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We add garlic and ginger when cooking because of their characteristic aroma and sharp taste. Rosemary – just crush it between your fingers to release the aroma of Italian cuisine! Turmeric – its bright yellow shade lends any food a touch of sunshine. Have you ever wondered why plants need this diversity of colour, aroma...
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Adults catch cold 2-4 times a year, while children experience 6-10 episodes per year. Approximately 30% of absences at school and 40% of absences at work are due to having a cough and runny nose. What causes the common cold? One of about 200 known viruses, usually – the rhinovirus. Where are viruses found? Viruses...
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Meditate for 20 minutes twice a day, exercise at least 30 minutes a day, avoid processed food, eat organic fruits and vegetables, spend more time outdoors and less inside, get enough sleep, don’t stress about things you can’t control, don’t argue, throw away your TV – these are the 9 main necessities for your immunity....
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Taking additional minerals and vitamins through dietary supplements is part of the foundations of a healthy diet, right? It may not actually be the case. The highly acclaimed Annals of Internal Medicine has called multivitamins a waste of money that does not provide the promised health benefits. At the same time, it has also indicated...
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Two species of Echinacea were included in an overview of effectiveness of various substances in preventing and treating colds1. Analysis of data from 60 studies measuring the effectiveness of Echinacea on the frequency and severity of cold symptoms, so far suggests that only products containing Echinacea Purpurea are promising2.  Echinacea Angustifolia root extract, which is...
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Adults catch cold 2-4 times a year, while children experience 6-10 episodes per year. For example, in the USA 30% of absences at school and 40% of absences at work are due to having a cough and runny nose. Echinacea is one of the most widely used plant products for reducing cold symptoms. How justified...
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The link between susceptibility to seasonal diseases in winter and low levels of vitamin D has also been proven in a study about the flu. The group of schoolchildren taking vitamin D3 (30 micrograms per day from December to March) caught the flu by 8% less than the placebo group. Vitamin D3 provided special protection...
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The chemical formula of synthetic vitamin C and natural vitamin C found in fruits and vegetables is identical. However, fruits and vegetables are rich in micronutrients (vitamins and minerals), fibres and biologically active compounds (such as bioflavonoids), which improve the body’s ability to efficiently absorb vitamin C1. A study involving 430 children showed that administering...
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It is a logical scientific conclusion that in winter people with depleted vitamin D levels fall ill more often. Vitamin D activates and boosts the activity of various immune cells123 and it is necessary for the formation of antimicrobial substances (alpha- and beta-defensin) in saliva, tears and sweat. For example, a 6-month study was performed...
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The role of vitamin C in preventing and treating colds has been a cause of disagreement for 70 years already. Does vitamin C reduce the risk of catching a cold, the duration of a cold or severity of symptoms? When is it most effective – when used continuously or upon appearance of the first symptoms?...
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