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  • GARLIC AGIANST STOMACH CANCER

    People who regularly eat raw or prepared garlic seem to be better protected against stomach and intestinal cancer. This is the result of a study undertaken in the USA at the University of North Carolina.
  • GENERAL ADVICE - FOR BOTH THE HEALTHY AND THE SICK

    The following advice is general and does not consider particular health problems, individual biochemical conditions, e.g. blood type, or individual metabolic conditions.
  • GET IN SHAPE FASTER AFTER SURGERY

    If you need surgery, you can do a lot to promote the healing process. If the operation is planned, you can start half a month before. Even two days’ warning makes a difference.
  • GET IN SHAPE WITH VITAVIVA

    Exercising not only helps you maintain a slim figure, it also improves your physical fitness and general well-being. Even depression is reduced when you exercise regularly; and there are plenty of sports to choose from!
  • GINKGO BILOBA MAY PROTECT AGAINST OVARIAN CANCER

    A new study indicates that women who use Ginkgo biloba for at least 6 months will reduce their risk of ovarian cancer by 60%.
  • GLUCOSAMINE IS MORE THAN JUST GLUCOSAMINE

    Watch out. Read the declaration carefully, when you buy Glucosamine for your osteoarthrosis.
  • GOOD LEGS

    Bicycling is not only a practical and economical mode of transport. It is also an excellent type of exercise which gives you good, strong legs.
  • GOOD REASONS FOR SEX – AS IF WE NEEDED THEM!

    A good relationship and a good sex life are important factors when regarding physical and mental well-being. People with a good sex life are more at peace and have a lower risk of becoming sick.
  • GREATER NEED FOR VITAMIN B12

    Middle aged and elderly women’s need for vitamin B12 is with great certainty 2.5 times larger than previously believed. A daily vitamin pill is often not enough.