6
Oct 2020

Op-Ed: Interdisciplinarity

Information is worth nothing unless organized. Everything else is noise. Modern medical treatment of chronic and civilization disease suffers two major drawbacks. First, it only looks at symptoms and prescribes anti-medication. And secondly, the various specialists working for you on your health are not talking to each other. Big egos often times stand in the way of real treatments. Why listen to us? We are just "fitness trainers", right? Read my opinions here...
Julian Massler
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Sep 2020

Cardiovascular diseases: How does strength training improve heart health?

Various risk factors contribute to diseases of the cardiovascular system. These include high blood pressure, diabetes, elevated cholesterol levels and overweight. The usual suspects of the affluent modern society. We spoke about heart health to Anna Maria Schürner, a leading physician for cardiac anesthesia and intensive care medicine. Anna Maria came to her AURUM training after her night shift and three hours of sleep. She doesn't like to miss her training sessions. The heart doctor has been doing strength training since the age of 15.
Egle Paulauskaite
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Sep 2020

Op-Ed: Fit(necessity)

Newly discovered tribe in the Amazon rainforest, untouched by western civilization until now", the news anchor reports. Accompanied by pictures of men in loincloths with spears. Think about it, what is the picture in your head? They are extremely ripped, aren´t they? Why is that? And don´t give me the "they have a low-calorie diet" myth. Humans are gourmets, independent of which civilization level they are in. They have enough calories. That´s not the reason. Why are they so effortlessly fit? Read why here.
Julian Massler
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Sep 2020

Why don´t I feel healthy & fit? Years of suffering from these symptoms may be rooted in your teeth

Have you ever experienced something blocking you from living your best life? Could be a cardiovascular disease, a stroke, chronic fatigue or depression? Have you ever visited one doctor after another, got prescriptions for medication and tried different therapies? The problem may be rooted in your teeth. Let´s get to the bottom of it.
Larissa Brechbuehl
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