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Martin Grassberger - Das unsichtbare Netz des Lebens

Wie Mikrobiom, ökologische Vielfalt und Ernährung unsere Gesundheit erhalten

Der Erfolgsautor zeigt neue Wege auf, wie der Mensch sich vor schädlichen Umwelteinflüssen schützen kann.

Wie erhalten wir in Zeiten neuartiger Pandemien, chronischer Krankheiten, zunehmender Urbanisierung und medialem Dauerfeuer unsere körperliche und geistige Gesundheit? Basierend auf umfassenden ökologischen Betrachtungen und unter Berücksichtigung der neusten wissenschaftlichen Erkenntnisse der Mikrobiomforschung zieht Martin Grassberger Schlüsse über die fundamentalen Wechselwirkungen zwischen uns und unserer Umwelt und zeigt, wie wir trotz beunruhigender Entwicklungen ein gutes und gesundes Leben führen können. Martin Grassberger stellt in „Das unsichtbare Netz des Lebens“ den Menschen in den Fokus und erklärt, wie jeder Einzelne sich, seine Kinder und die Umwelt schützen kann.

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224 pages
format:140 x 215
ISBN: 9783701735358
Release date: 21.09.2021

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Martin Grassberger

Grassberger was born in 1972 and studied medicine and biology in Vienna. He lectures at the University of Vienna's Faculty for Natural Science and at the Faculty of Medicine of the Sigmund Freud University in Vienna, covering the fields of human biology, evolutionary medicine, forensic medicine and pathology. Grassberger is the author of numerous published works and practises regenerative ecological horticulture in Lower Austria. Published by Residenz Verlag: Das leise Sterben (2019).

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