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NAD, a coenzyme found in all living cells

NAD, a coenzyme found in all living cells, is a key player in numerous processes, from energy metabolism to DNA repair and gene expression. As we age, our NAD levels naturally decline, potentially leading to age-related diseases. However, you have the power to maintain your NAD levels. Here are some simple strategies you can proactively try:

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UTILISATION OF VEGETABLE OILS

People use vegetable oils for health. It's an old idea in many cultures worldwide. Now, natural and sustainable lifestyles are more important. Vegetable oils have become more significant. They're critical for nutrition, hair and skin care, and brain function and well-being. Soursop oil, Moringa oil, and Botana oil are central to this. They come from plants with unique properties and uses. Soursop oil is known for its anti-inflammatory properties. It can be applied to the skin or used for hair care. Moringa oil is used as a dietary supplement. It's also used in moisturising creams.

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Propolis – The Sun Medicine

The natural product propolis is antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory and promotes wound healing. Honey bees make propolis to seal and clean their hive. They use resin from trees and shrubs, along with wax and saliva. The "building material" also contains vitamins, minerals, and protein building blocks. The composition changes based on where the hive is and what plants are around. The season also plays an important role. The propolis colours vary, making it difficult to prove its effectiveness. The antimicrobial effect is beneficial for bee colonies. Inside a beehive, lots of nutrients lead to higher humidity and temperature. This lets viruses, bacteria, fungi, and parasites grow fast. The corresponding growth-inhibiting effect on these organisms has confirmed for propolis.

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Shilajit and Moringa

Shilajit and moringa have been used in traditional natural medicine for centuries. They recently gained popularity due to their potential health benefits. Shilajit is a sticky, tar-like substance found in the rocks of the Himalayan mountains. In Ayurvedic medicine, the ancient remedy treats many health problems. Including chronic fatigue, debility and old age. Fulvic acid (natural humus component), humic acid and minerals are abundant in shilajit.

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Light diet

Alkaline nutrition for detoxification, deacidification or bowel cleansing can be integrated into everyday life without too much effort. Fresh foods are valuable here. The call to avoid ready-made products is becoming louder in specialist circles. When the stomach and intestines rebel, herbs, teas, and herbal mother tinctures help, which is well documented. In such cases, you should also concentrate on pureed or finely chopped food, favour light, fat-free meals, and avoid animal products. Use less spicy seasoning and avoid alcohol and cigarettes.

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Taking care of the body’s purification system

Kidneys need warmth. It is not without reason that motorcyclists, for example, wear a kidney belt. It is advisable to protect the kidney area in summer and winter. Vests are an issue. Sleeping naked is generally a problem because you don't notice when and where your body gets cold. Tying a light jumper around your waist in rooms with air-conditioning is advisable. Even in summer and refrain from consuming drinks from the fridge.

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More independence with weight loss

Stews: Vegetables, lentils, potatoes, chickpeas, various trimmings and seasonings can be combined in many ways and are easy to prepare. Tip: use a large pan, even in a single household, portion the stew and freeze. With creativity, you can eat healthy and varied food for several days, saving money and time, such as tofu, salad or hummus side dishes. For instance, cauliflower can be prepared in many different ways. Inspirations at stirnrunzler.com. Cauliflower gently cooked in the oven or cauliflower pizza.

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A medicinal kitchen herb

Rosemary This finely scented, evergreen shrub with needle-like leaves has been used in the Mediterranean since ancient times and was dedicated to the goddess Aphrodite as a symbol of love and beauty. Known as a medicinal herb since the Middle Ages, rosemary remains indispensable in the kitchen today. Rosemary contains iron, potassium, calcium, magnesium, and vitamins A and C. The fresh "needles" (shoot tips) of rosemary are a key spice used throughout the year in Mediterranean cuisine and, depending on people’s taste, go well with almost everything. When vegetables, pizza, meat, cheese and salads are prepared with rosemary, its delicate scent is immediately recognisable in the kitchen.

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Series – Tips from the World of Naturopathy

Salads, vegetables, fruit and berries should be carefully and thoroughly washed. The best way to do this is to briefly place them in a salad strainer along with cold diluted vinegar before draining and rinsing two or three times in cold water. Place on a kitchen towel to dry or use this to wipe them down. Vinegar has an antibacterial effect. Cleaning fruit and vegetables in this way removes pesticides and chemical substances. A whitish film will often form on the surface of the water. This consists of substances that have been washed away – ones that in all likelihood no one would want to eat with their meal. This type of cleaning is particularly important when fruit and vegetables are being eaten raw. Add 100 millilitres of vinegar to a bowl of water. Berries can be added with some lemon juice and a pinch of sea salt. Always be sure to rinse well and dry.

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Which food and protein supplements to choose and why?

Some food supplements are indispensable, such as Vitamin B12 for vegans. It is often assumed that a healthy diet automatically contains everything required. However, the human body is constantly working, a lot is demanded of it during and after illness and diets are often not balanced. There are a large range of herbal remedies and aids which can be used to improve (and maintain) quality of life and to prevent disease.

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