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    Finding the trigger. Food rotation

    The heat brought back some memories. How often do you experience these recollections of the past through your senses? I had mine some weeks ago and it made me experience a vivid memory of an event that took place 11 years ago. 11 years!  It was in the middle of June, a very hot Berlin summer, when I experienced for the first time in my life a cold sensation in some of my extremities. My hands and feet suddenly went numb and I could feel a shivering cold invading my body to the point where I lost all sense of feeling. A very awkward sensation. On that exact day, I…

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    Recovery Soup

    Wash all vegetables and herbs thoroughly 1 tbsp. algae-vegetable broth (1 tbsp. extra) 2 medium-sized carrots, peeled and chopped into small cubes 2 medium-sized parsnips, peeled and chopped into small cubes 1 medium-sized parsley root, peeled and chopped into small cubes 5 large potatoes, peeled and chopped into small cubes 1 small broccoli, cut into thin slices 1 small cauliflower, cut into thin slices 10 medium-sized green beans cut into small cubes 1 small turmeric root, peeled and chopped into small cubes 1 small ginger root, peeled and chopped into small cubes 1 small bunch of cilantro, chopped for garnish 1 small bunch of parsley, chopped for garnish 2 cloves…

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    Great tips to prevent and heal infections in winter

    Winter has arrived in the northern hemisphere and with it come the extreme changes of temperatures and climate conditions both indoors and outdoors. Heaters are turned on, windows remain closed, and people begin congregating in enclosed spaces with no air circulation. This type of environment is the perfect place for many kinds of infectious organisms to develop because droplets can live longer and, consequently, spread more easily. Heaters usually pump dry air out, which provides a better medium for droplets to stay suspended in the air, creating a longer period of exposure for everyone sharing the same space. The “common cold”, therefore, is caused by a number of germs called viruses…