Diabetes is the world’s most widespread lifestyle disease: the International Diabetes Federation (IDF) expects that, by 2030, 35 million people in the United States and over ten million in Germany will suffer from diabetes.
Whether it’s a patient’s first or tenth Mayr treatment programme, there are certain questions that crop up repeatedly. Dr Peter Gartner has summarised his answers to the most frequently asked questions.
The gut is a complex organ, but what appears at first glance to be a huge hullabaloo is actually an ingeniously functioning system. The bacteria in the gut influence health to a great extent.
Did you know that zero-calories fasting leads to a starvation response and reduces metabolism? This places considerable strain on the body, and skyrocketing weight gain once fasting has ended.
Part II of our small series of articles about fermenting. We give you a short tutorial on how to do it yourself and make a plea for sauerkraut and kimchi. And we reveal which vegetables you should start with when fermenting.
Preserving, drying and pickling: What once belonged to the kitchen ABCs of our grandmothers is now trendy like never before. One of these preservation techniques is fermentation, which is experiencing a veritable renaissance.
The trend in dementia worldwide is increasing. When the human brain gradually dies, it is a very painful journey for those affected and their relatives. But there is hope: namely prevention.