How important is a healthy sleep quality?
In addition to the direct effects on physical and mental health, sleep efficiency also has indirect benefits. Increased sleep quality leads to increased energy levels and an improved mood.Read more
Resveratrol: natural anti-aging
The polyphenol resveratrol was discovered by Michio Takaoka in Japan in 1939. 25 years later, resveratrol was first isolated from the root of the knotweed. But how does the antioxidant help with the anti-aging effect?Read more
Red Rice: Regulate your blood lipid levels naturally
Red rice extract is often cited as a natural alternative to statin drug therapy. During fermentation, the important active ingredient monacolin K is formed. How does this help with high cholesterol?Read more
Natural cell energy: L-glutathione
Glutathione is able to reactivate other antioxidants such as vitamin C, vitamin E and alpha-lipoic acid, which is why it is often referred to as the "master antioxidant". What other advantages does the herbal vital substance have?Read more
Phytotherapy: the power of plants
Knowledge of the healing powers of plants already existed in ancient times and spread across all continents and cultures. It describes the science of plants that can be used for medicinal purposes. Where are plants used for healing today?Read more
Reishi: Nootropic mushroom of Eternal Life
Medicinal mushrooms as a center of health: Medicinal mushrooms have been known in traditional Chinese medicine for over 4000 years. A large variety of applications makes them particularly popular. Find out more about the Reishi effect here.Read more
How do I strengthen my immune system?Our immune system ensures the survival of our organism, summer and winter. Without us noticing, we are constantly surrounded by pathogens, bacteria and viruses. The immune system is one of the most complex systems in our body - but how does it work? Read more
Chlorophyll - the green elixir of life
Chlorophyll is a phytochemical that gives plants their green color. The red blood pigment hemoglobin is confusingly similar to chlorophyll. But what does chlorophyll do in the body?Read more
Spermidine: the anti-aging effect
The spermidine content in cells and the body's own production of spermidine decreases sharply with advancing age. Research has high expectations that spermidine could be the key to smart aging.Read more
Women's vitamins: chaste treeMonk Pepper Cure:
Scientific studies have proven the effectiveness of chaste tree when trying to have children, against PMS and symptoms of menopause.Read more
Dried fruit healthy or unhealthy?
Fruit is an important part of a healthy diet. Comparing freeze-dried and sun-dried fruit reveals pros and cons.Read more
Aronia: The native berry is rediscoveredAronia berries are full of secrets. Find out everything about the origin, ingredients, effects and areas of application here. Read more
power of bitter substancesHerbal bitter substances play an important role in Indian Ayurveda, traditional Chinese medicine and the teachings of Hildegard von Bingen. Read more
Why is hibiscus tea so healthy?
Valuable phytochemicals and the high vitamin C content create a unique, healthy medicinal tea.Read more
Green tea: how healthy is the miracle cure?
Green tea is said to help with weight loss, improve the complexion and even cure diseases.Read more
Natural vitamins from food
In order to counteract a vitamin deficiency, synthetic vitamin preparations are often used. However, these often have some disadvantages compared to natural vitamins.Read more
Bioactive Plant Substances
Bioactive plant substances can be directly absorbed and used by the body.Read more
The bioavailability is individually dependent on the nutrient itself - each nutrient group has a different bioavailability.Read more
Adaptogens: Plant substances that stimulate the immune systemKnown from Indian Ayurveda - the bioactive effect on a molecular level. Read more
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