Monthly Archives: August 2014

Gut Bacteria – The Million Secret Agents of Your Intestines

You are never alone. No really! You are the host of a micro cosmos of bacteria, living a symbiotic relationship in and on your skin, eyes, respiratory system and excretory organs. We have been evolving with these tiny, for us … Continue reading

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The Liver – a Silent Multitasker

Located under the right arch of the rib cage, the liver silently performes it’s never ending tasks of detoxifying, metabolizing, decomposing, building and rebuilding. This metabolic organ, weighing about 1,5 kg (3,5 lb), is vitally important and we have no … Continue reading

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