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Elemental Hair Analysis

Want to start taking supplements but have no idea where to start?

EHA is an analysis of 29 of the most important elements in the body, helping you determine the condition of your organism.

It will provide you with a personalised, optimal supplementation programme.

This blog post discusses everything you need to know about Elemental Hair Analysis.

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Yerba Mate

Looking for a stimulating, invigorating drink without the sudden surges in blood pressure and heart palpitations caused by coffee?

Yerba mate, the "sacred herb" of the South American Indians, is healthier than coffee and tea, gives a lot of energy and is not addictive.

This blog post discusses the many properties and benefits of Yerba Mate, the different types of Yerba Mate, how to make it, and more.

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Collagen

Until the age of 25, collagen is produced in the correct amounts (i.e. we produce as much as we lose).

Thereafter, we produce less and less of this substance (about 1% of collagen is lost annually, both quantitatively and qualitatively, with collagen bonds becoming weaker).

This blog post discusses the importance of collagen for our organism, its main properties, key sources of collagen and more.

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