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People often disagree about what is and isn't healthy. Learn more about hotly disputed health topics and find out about the latest research.
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In the interview, the resilience expert Patricia von Moos explains how to prepare ourselves for difficult situations.
Its appearance is pleasing on the eye & sends forth a ripple of hope. It lives up to its promise: the passionflower nip panic attacks in the bud.
The bright yellow colour of the Far Eastern spice bodes well: turmeric is a scientifically recognised remedy for digestive problems.
Ivy leaves are highly effective for bronchitis and coughs: the contents are conducive to expectoration and dissolving mucus, thus making breathing easier.
The harbingers of spring also bring with them a spring awakening for your health: the cowslip is a medical all-rounder.
Improve your vision, even when it is dark: the blueberry makes it possible. And what's more, in dried form it helps to alleviate diarrhoea.
Did you already know? Cinnamon has an alleviating effect. It stimulates digestion, promotes blood circulation and much more.
Omega-3 fatty acids, vitamins E, B1, B2 and B3, zinc, magnesium and potassium: the composition of the walnut makes the small grey cells dance.