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In our Health Portal, you’ll find science-backed information and tips on health, nutrition and fitness. Our experienced health editors and nutritionists have researched some of the most current scientific studies and medical findings to share with you in a fascinating way.
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Women’s health: what is the function of estrogen?Sarah Vordermeier, 01.03.2021
Women’s health and women-specific health topics prompt us to ask important questions about a specific gender gap in health. Why do women tend to live longer...
What is heavy metal poisoning – why does it happen?Moritz Jaax, 15.11.2021
What are heavy metals and what is heavy metal poisoning? Toxic heavy metals such as arsenic, lead, cadmium and mercury can enter the environment – that is...
Hba1c: what is a normal blood sugar level?Erdim Özdemir, 20.09.2019
Normal blood sugar levels are difficult to maintain for a great proportion of the world’s population. A total of 422 million people worldwide suffer from ...
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Diet and fitness: science-backed tipsLuisa Kindinger, 07.12.2021
Unhealthy diets, obesity and a lack of exercise are widespread problems in Ireland: just over 25 per cent of Irish people are considered obese. But findin...
Vitamin D supplements: how much vitamin D should I take?Moritz Jaax, 06.12.2021
Why do we need vitamin D? Without consuming vitamin D through nutritional supplements, it is difficult to truly optimise your vitamin D levels all year ro...
Why do we need sleep: science-backed factsMoritz Jaax, 26.11.2021
Why do we need sleep? While we sleep, parts of our bodies continue to work at full speed. Did you know that one-third of people in the United States have ...
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We need to consume minerals – more specifically, trace elements and bulk elements through food. Find out how to prevent mineral deficiency in our blog!
Stomach aches, itching, fatigue, sniffly nose – allergies and intolerances can cause a wide variety of symptoms and problems. Find out more in our blog!
Macronutrients, including carbohydrates, fats and proteins, provide us with the energy we need. Gain insights into the most important macronutrients here!
With a few exceptions, we cannot produce vitamins ourselves; we have to consume them in through our diet. Find out how to boost your vitamin intake here!