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Darmmikrobiom: Wusstest Du, dass wir nur 10% Mensch sind?

Was ist unser Darmmikrobiom? Der Darm bezieht sich auf den Ort, an dem Nahrung verdaut, metabolisiert und absorbiert wird, um in die Zellen abgegeben zu werden und den Körper mit Energie zu versorgen. Dies ist wichtig, um die Beseitigung von “Abfällen” zu ermöglichen. Bei diesem Prozess des Abbaus von Lebensmitteln entstehen bioaktive Verbindungen, die entweder…

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Gut Microbiome: Did you know we are only 10% human?

What is our Gut Microbiome? The gut refers to the place where food is digested, metabolized, and absorbed to be delivered into the cells and provide the body with energy. It is essential in allowing for the removal of waste – this process of breaking down food creates bioactive compounds that either help support health…

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Monthly favorites/ August

Hey there, welcome back! Can you believe that it’s already September? Slowly it’s getting colder and soon we will be having autumn season. Today, I want to show you my favorites of the month August. What I discovered, bought and am loving: Please enjoy reading. My 3 months program I am very excited to announce…

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Kalorienreduktion vs. Pflanzliche Ernährung

Was ist die beste Strategie, um den Spiegel des krebsfördernden Wachstumshormons IGF-1 zu senken? Hunderttausende Todesfälle in den Vereinigten Staaten werden jedes Jahr auf Fettleibigkeit zurückgeführt, die das Rauchen als möglicherweise vermeidbare Hauptursache für Krankheit und vorzeitigen Tod überholt. Insbesondere übermäßige Körperfettwerte sind laut einer Metaanalyse der bisher durchgeführten Studien eine wichtige Ursache für die…

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Caloric Restriction vs. Plant-Based Diets

What is the best strategy to lower the level of the cancer-promoting growth hormone IGF-1? Hundreds of thousands of deaths in the United States every year are attributed to obesity, now overtaking smoking as perhaps the main preventable cause of illness and premature death. In particular, excess body fatness is an important cause of most…

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Just as smoking was healthy in the 50s, so is eating animal products today

Welcome back to my weekly blog post! Today, I am summarizing the Food as Medicine Part. 1 – Part. 3 recommendations on how to eat to live long and why we are not doing it. Please enjoy reading: If you look at four of the major dietary quality scoring systems, which have all been associated…

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Food as Medicine Part. 3, Diabetes

Welcome back to my weekly blog post! Today, I am talking especially about diabetes and how to prevent or reverse it. Please enjoy reading: Next on the dreaded list is diabetes and vision loss, which go together, since diabetes is the leading cause of preventable middle-aged blindness. Even with intensive diabetes treatment—at least three insulin…

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Monthly favorites/ July

Hey there, welcome back! I hope you are all save and healthy. This week, I want to show you my favorites of this month July. What I discovered, bought and am loving: Please enjoy reading. My IIN Mid- Certificate Since the beginning of 2020, I am learning the art of transformational coaching at the Institute…

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Food as Medicine Part.2, High BP

Welcome back to my weekly blog post! Today, I am talking especially about high blood pressure and how to prevent or reverse it. Please enjoy reading: High blood pressure affects nearly 78 million Americans—that’s one in three of us, and as we age, our pressures get higher and higher, such that by age 60, it…

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Preventing and treating the most dreaded diseases with Food as Medicine

Welcome back to my weekly blog post! Today, I thought I’d address some of the worlds most dreaded diseases, and cancer tops the list. The #1 cancer killer in the United States, of both men and women, is lung cancer. But, if you look at the rates of lung cancer around the world, they vary…

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