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Die Ernährungs-Sanduhr – Dr. Kris Verburgh  

Vielen denken, dass das Alter ist eine unvermeidliche Folge der Abnutzung des Körpers. Forschung zeigt jedoch, dass Altern nicht nur das Ergebnis von Verschleiß. Altern ist nicht unvermeidbar Verschleiß und kann sowohl durch unsere Gene und unser Lebens und Ernährungsgewohnheiten beeinflusst werden.

ISBN: 978-3-442-17506-2

Dumm wie Brot (The grain brain) –  David Perlmutter MD

„Forscher wissen schon seit längere Zeit, dass Entzündung der Grundstein für alle degenerativen Erkrankungen, einschließlich Herzkreislauferkrankung (CVD) und Störungen des Gehirns. Aber Sie haben bis jetzt nicht dokumentiert, was die Anstifter dieser Entzündung sind. Die ersten Fehltritte, die diese tödliche Reaktion auf fordern.

Und was sie finden, ist, dass Gluten, und eine kohlenhydratreiche Ernährung, gehört zu den prominentesten Stimulatoren der Entzündungswege, die das Gehirn zu erreichen. “
Dumm wie Brot: Wie Weizen schleichend Ihr Gehirn zerstört“

ISBN: 978-3-442-39257-5

Superfoods – David Wolfe


“Calcification is the hardening of body tissues by calcium salts or deposits. Although calcification itself is not considered a disease, it has been shown to be a significant contributing factor in nearly every known illness and aging condition, including heart disease, kidney stones, gallstones, chronic inflammation, arthritis, cancers, cataracts, eczema, psoriasis, and even wrinkles.”

Healthy Heart – Paul C. Bragg MD


“Longevity is really a vascular question. A man is only as old as his arteries, a man of 28 years may have the arteries of a sixty year old, and a man of forty may have vessels as degenerated as they could be at eighty”

Prevent and reverse heart disease – Caldwel B. Esselsteyn Jr. MD.


“This tragic sequence helps explain the fearful loss of cognition in coronary artery bypass patients. But neuroradiologists also report that using magnetic resonance imaging, they can detect little white spots in the brains of Americans starting at about age fifty. These spots represent small, asymptomatic strokes (see Figures 18 and 19 in insert). The brain has so much reserve capacity that at first these tiny strokes cause no trouble. But, if they continue, they begin to cause memory loss and, ultimately, crippling dementia. In fact, one recently reported study found that the presence of these “silent brain infarcts” more than doubles the risk of dementia. We now believe, in fact, that at least half of all senile mental impairment is caused by vascular injury to the brain.”

The CHINA Study T. Colin Campbell

ISBN: 978-193210066-2

“So how does the plant manage these complex reactions and protect against errant electrons and free radicals? It puts up a shield around potentially dangerous reactions that sponges up these highly reactive substances. The shield is made up of antioxidants that intercept and scavenge electrons that might otherwise stray from their course.”