90% of our cells consist of bacteria, only 10% are human. Most of the bacteria are active in the gut. They ensure that we attract enough materials to survive from our food - no matter whether they consists of burgers or green stuff.
One kilo of meat eats a German man per week on average. The recommendation is 300-600 grams.
STADA was founded 1895 in Dresden as a pharmacists' cooperative.
212 bones together form the human skeleton. Together they account for around 14% of our body weight.
33.33% - one in three women will suffer from osteoporosis after menopause. This is due to hormonal changes, usually with negative consequences for bone metabolism.
23,000 - the number of genes that are needed to save the human genome.
About 40 million children under five years bring, according to WHO, too much on the scale. Obesity is thus also with the little ones a growing problem.
About 18 million people in Germany suffer from a migraine.
400,000 - so many people in Germany suffer from a gluten intolerance (celiac disease).
66-90% of all women in Germany suffer during menopause at the typical menopausal symptoms. These are mainly hot flashes and sweats, insomnia and depressive moods. http://www.stada.de/service-gesundheit/stadapedia-lexikon/k/klimakterische-beschwerden.html