Wissenschaftliche Referenzen

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Vielen Interessierten genügt es nicht wenn wir ihnen sagen: Auf gesundem Menschenverstand. Das ist begreiflich, denn wir modernen Menschen haben grösste Mühe mit den Worten «gesunden Menschenverstand». Wir wissen nicht mehr was es heisst: Mensch zu sein. Wir verstehen unser Handy, kennen jeden App, aber unseren eigenen Körper kennen wir nicht mehr.

Deshalb hier einen Auszug von Referenzen, von wisschaftlichen Arbeiten, die basierend sind für unsere erfolgreiche Tätigkeit – für unsere Aussagen:

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