#FridayFacts – L-Arginine

The amino acid L-arginine is an important protein building block and involved in numerous functions in the body. Various studies have already shown that hypertension can be positively influenced by L-arginine. Arginine is found mainly in various kernels, nuts and legumes as well as cereals, but also in fish and meat. Ingestion of L-arginine can …

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#FridayFacts – Base powder

A possible cause of high blood pressure is an acidification of the organism in many cases caused by a high consumption of food that forms acid. As a result, important nutrients cannot be transported to all corners of the organs. Naturally, this is done by the red blood cells, which, however, can no longer function …

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#FridayFacts – Magnesium

In various scientific studies it has been observed that magnesium deficiency may result in hypertension. Magnesium deficiency with normal nutrition can often not be completely compensated. The causes are many: A lack of magnesium, for example, by increased absorption of magnesium in the bones arises. Depending on the doses, magnesium tablets therapy has been shown …

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#behindthescenes: Café / Bar

Our café with outdoor terrace is always open for guests and employees. It can be used as a flexible workplace or meeting point. After work, the café turns into a bar that invites you to have an after-work drink and chat with colleagues.

#FridayFacts – Beetroot

#FridayFacts You cannot influence you biological age – but your vascular age! If early vascular aging and a beginning hypertension are detected at an early stage, you can counteract this with simple and natural means. But even if you are already in drug therapy, the use of supplements may have a positive impact on your …

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Happy Holidays

A little surprise for our employees at the start of the holiday season…#iemgmbh  #holidays #summer

#FridayFacts – Myth: Coffee has a negative effect on high blood pressure

A popular belief is that coffee is bad for people with high blood pressure because caffeine increases blood pressure. In studies, however, this fear has not come true: even in people with hypertension, drinking coffee was not associated with an increase in blood pressure. However, such an all-clear cannot be given for other beverages containing …

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#FridayFacts – Nocturnal aircraft noise triggers cardiovascular events

A Swiss study now suggests that nocturnal aircraft noise could be responsible for some of the fatal cardiovascular events. According to WHO data, the risk of developing coronary artery disease (CHD) increases by eight percent for every 10 dB of prolonged traffic noise. Experimental studies also showed how the body reacts to environmental noise in …

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