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10 home remedies for headaches - diet

No resultShow all results No resultShow all results No resultShow all results1 minute readingOften headaches are caused by a lack of fluids. Therefore, drink enough water and also eat fruits and vegetables for the vitamin supply. (Image: Lana_M / fotolia.
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Lactose intolerance symptoms and therapy

Living with lactose intolerance Lactose intolerance (lactose intolerance) is a special form of food intolerance, in which those affected react to the consumption of milk and milk products with various symptoms and diseases. This is due to an enzyme deficiency that can be congenital or acquired.
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Sharp ingredient in ginger worked against strong bad breath

Study: Ginger helps against bad breath The ginger contained in the ginger 6-gingerol stimulates a saliva enzyme that breaks down malodorous substances. It ensures fresh breath and a better aftertaste. Scientists from the Technical University of Munich (TUM) and the Leibniz Institute for Food Systems Biology found this out in a recent study.
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Greenwashing: Natural cosmetics are often not that natural

Greenwashing tricks: natural and organic cosmetics under the false flag More and more consumers want to take care of themselves as naturally as possible and therefore rely on natural and organic cosmetic products. But often these are not that natural, report consumer advocates who exposed greenwashing tricks by cosmetic manufacturers in a check.
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Pain below the kneecap

Pain under the kneecap Pain below the kneecap occurs especially in young and active people. The complaints are most noticeable when going downhill, climbing stairs, hiking, running or getting up from a crouched position. With these movements, the load or the pull and the pressure on the patella and the patellar tendon in which it is embedded is particularly strong.
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Type 2 diabetes: fish oil supplements do not help

Fish oil supplements for people with diabetes? According to the latest research, people with type 2 diabetes should not be encouraged to take omega-3 fish oil supplements. No benefit was found in a review of various studies, and the University of East Anglia's latest study found that people with type 2 diabetes had no benefit from taking omega-3 fish oil supplements.
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