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Panic attacks10 June 2020

Anxiety is an emotion characterized by feelings of tension, recurring intrusive thoughts or concerns and physical changes like increased blood pressure. They may also have physical symptoms such as sweating, trembling, dizziness or a rapid heartbeat.

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Candida - prevention and support the body in the fight against fungi.4 May 2020

Candida is a type of fungal infection that is caused by Candida yeast naturally occurring in small quantities in our bodies. The overgrowth can cause an overwhelming desire to eat sweets, short-term memory problems, difficulty concentrating, inability to focus for a long time on a task, bloating, digestive problems, depression, anxiety, or chronic illness.

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Osteoporosis – Myths and Facts10 November 2019

A study shows that people with accumulation (deposits) of calcium in their coronary artery have a much higher risk of future heart attack or stroke, despite other high risk factors such as diabetes, high blood pressure or high levels of bad cholesterol.

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Pine pollen with oligosaccharides for a strong immune system25 October 2019

About 80% of the immune system is located in the gastrointestinal tract. In the large intestine, there is a large population of microorganisms, which meets the incoming substances and pathogens.

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Vitamin B628 December 2019

Vitamin B6 is also known as pyridoxine and is absolutely necessary for many of the metabolism processes. It is closely related to the metabolism of carbohydrates, fats and proteins and appears as a coenzyme in approximately 80 biochemical processes, one of which is the conversion of the powerful neuromediator serotonin from amino-tryptophan. When the level of the serotonin is low, migraines, depression and lowered concentration in children appear. The concentration of vitamin B6 in the brain is approximately 100 times higher than that in the blood. Vitamin B6 is involved in the synthesis of 3 of the most basic neurotransmitters in the brain: serotonin, dopamine and gamma-amino butyric acid (GABA).

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Vitamin B330 October 2019

Vitamin B3 allows the body to use proteins, fats and carbohydrates. It plays a role in the formation of red blood cells as well as in the bloodstream – it is thanks to it, among other things, that the oxygen is transported in the cells. The digestive and nervous systems rely on vitamin B3, and it also allows the synthesis of sex hormones. Let’s add the following roles for niacin: neurotransmitter production, cholesterol reduction and growth.

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Vitamin B95 January 2020

Vitamin В9 has several roles and several names. When we mean his natural form, we're talking about folate. Deficiency of Vitamin B9 can lead to serious malformations of the fetus and premature birth. In addition- its role in the nervous system allows to reduce the risk of dementia or Alzheimer's. Vitamin B9 helps the brain and the nerve metabolism.

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Pine pollen for bodybuilders and fitness maniacs23 October 2019

The androgenic compounds in the pine pollen, such as testosterone and DHEA, are bio-identical, which means they are in the same form that produces our own body. Unlike TRT (testosterone replacement therapy), the presence of these hormones in the pine pollen does not stop the body's own hormonal production, which is often a side effect of TRT. The pollen is useful for use by athletes actively involved in bodybuilding and fitness.

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Properties of bamboo26 September 2019

Along with chrysanthemum, the plum and orchid bamboo is defined by the ancient Chinese sages for one of the four noble plants. The pine, the bamboo and the plum were called "the three friends for the winter", because only they best resisted the cold gusts of the winter wind. Bamboo was valuable mainly because of its qualities related to health, longevity, endurance, flexibility, growth forward, upward and step-wise, simplicity, honesty and spiritual exaltation.

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Nutritional properties of pine pollen Part 220 September 2019

"Pity that people know little about the new recipes for longevity. Break well and mash the pine pollen and consume it daily with food, so you will always be healthy! " Wang Shixiong Qing Dynasty (1644-1911)

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Nutritional properties of pine pollen Part 119 September 2019

"Pity that people know little about the new recipes for longevity. Break well and mash the pine pollen and consume it daily with food, so you will always be healthy! " Wang Shixiong Qing Dynasty (1644-1911)

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Have you heard of "natto" (fermented soy), which is one of the traditional foods in Japan?0 0000

The word "natto" derives from the expression "preserved" and it refers to traditional Japanese food, which is obtained by fermentation of soya beans, using a bacterium called "Bacillus subtilis". The relatively low calorie content, combined with the chemical composition, rich in a large number of biologically active substances, makes it an extremely useful food product.

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What is depression and the benefits of taking pine pollen and natural supplements against depression0 0000

Depression is a common and serious medical illness that has a negative effect on the way you feel, the way you think and the way you act. Fortunately, it can be influenced. Depression causes you to feel sad and / or lose interest in activities you have previously liked. It can lead to various emotional and physical problems and may reduce a person's ability to function normally at work and at home.

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Main causes of weight gain and obesity0 0000

Obesity is one of the biggest health problems in the world. It is associated with several concomitant conditions known as metabolic syndrome. These include high blood pressure, high blood sugar and a poor blood lipid profile.

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Max Gerson and his method of fighting cancer1 August 2019

The Gerson's therapy is based on the conviction that the disease is caused by the accumulation of toxins or by a deficiency in the body.

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