Nutrition

Good Reasons for Cooking the Groceries – Part 1

According to mythology, Prometheus taught people how to use fire. Vulkanos is the god of fire. We know from history that the Roman vestals had to guard the sacred fire on the altar of the goddess Vesta, deity of the local hearth, and were not allowed to let it go

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Macrobiotics – Philosophy, Nutrition & Medicinal Cuisine

Macrobiotics translated from ancient Greek means great life. The macrobiotic diet is based on the common sense inherent in humans and on an intuitive understanding of the relationship between the environment and human life. It is also based on a perception of balance and dynamic harmony between the opposing and

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The microbe is nothing, the milieu is everything

The microbe is nothing – the milieu is everything

The microbe is nothing, the milieu is everything. Of course, this sentence is not true. The microbe ain’t nothing – but the harmful microbe cannot cause any damage in the basic milieu. The tissue milieu has such a dominant position that it determines disease or health. In 1912, the French

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Is Cholesterol Important To Our Health? Yes!

Cholesterol is a fat-like substance that is made in the liver. It is an important basic substance that is found in all cells in the human body. The body can cover all of its cholesterol requirements by itself (around 1 to 1.5 g per day), so that no additional cholesterol

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Is agave syrup a healthy sweetener? No! Vivoterra

Name: Agave americana Overview: Agave syrup (also called agave nectar) is a sweetener that is produced in Mexico from various species of agave. Agave syrup is sweeter than honey, but less viscous. It is produced in the Mexican states of Jalisco, Michoacán, Guanajuato and Tamaulipas. History: Agave has been used

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The recovery of heart and family health

What is the difference between a family and society as a whole? It was once thought that members of a family had similar blood quality. Hence expressions such as “bloodline” and “blood relatives” arose. These expressions symbolize the fact that the biological quality of the members of a family is

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Be careful with the glycemic index

The glycemic index (GI) is a measure for determining the effect of a carbohydrate-containing food on the blood sugar level. Sometimes the term “Glyx” is used for this. The higher the value, the more sugar there is in the blood. How quickly and how high the blood sugar level rises

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Am I eating something healthy when I eat seaweed?

But I’m eating something healthy when I eat seaweed. Here’s a good example of how to turn healthy into dirt. Ingredients: Brown algae 79 % (wakame), dried mushrooms (Judas ears), sugar, sesame seeds, thickener (E 406), sesame oil refined, table salt enriched with E 535, rice vinegar refined, soy sauce

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Prevent dehydration in summer heat

The body is made up of over 70 percent fluid. Hence, dehydration can pose a serious threat to health. When the temperature rises and you lose a lot of water through sweating, here are some tips to keep your body from becoming dehydrated: Drinking a lot is a must when

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