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Oysters Maca Active Capsules - 74 g
Oysters Maca Active Capsules - 74 g

Food supplement for HER and HIM with oyster concentrate, prickly pear blooms, royal jelly, zinc, vitamin E and the potential out of the Peruvian maca root. Oysters Maca Active capsules complete the daily alimentation with these important energy-giving substances. Zinc helps maintain normal levels of testosterone in the blood.

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Aloe Vera Wellness Bath - 500 ml
Aloe Vera Wellness Bath - 500 ml

This "feel-good spa" contains the caring, skin-friendly ingredients of Aloe Vera (50%) together with harmonious fragrances, resulting in a bathing experience full of relaxation and enjoyment. The natural moisturising factors and the healthy active substances of aloe vera help to maintain your skin smooth and supple. The unique eudermic qualities of aloe vera have already been known since the antiquity, why the “Queen of the desert” is not only much appreciated by people with skin problems.

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Organic Frying Oil - 750 ml
Organic Frying Oil - 750 ml

This high quality organic frying oil is cold-pressed from the best, controlled, organically grown high-oleic sunflower seeds and then deodorized. It has excellent heat stability and is therefore perfect for frying, cooking, roasting, deep fat frying, for wok dishes and for fondues etc. Fried foods are crispy on the outside and sty succulent inside. With its mild, neutral taste and its high content of unsaturated fatty acids, this oil is also perfect for food and dishes when the oil's own aroma should not be tasted e.g. for mayonnaise, salad dressings or marinades.

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Milk Thistle Capsules - 61 g
Milk Thistle Capsules - 61 g

The milk thistle (Silybum marianum) is a remarkably pretty, violet-flowering plant with spiky stems and leaves which belongs to the composite plants. It is mainly to be found in the Mediterranean region, and grows there on dry, stony ground, at the sides of paths and livestock pastures. From its seed-like fruit, an effective substance complex can be obtained which is named based on the scientific designation for the milk thistle, Silymarin. Only healthy livers can produce bile, which is important for the digestion. This is why we have added the substance choline, which is like a vitamin and is proven to contribute towards a normal lipometabolism and helps maintain and normal, healthy liver function. The trace element zinc is a component of many enzymes and makesan important contribution towards a normal metabolism, inlcuding fats, fatty acids, carbohydrates and proteins. Each capsule contains 200 mg dry extract of milk thistle fruits.

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What is sustainability?

Sustainability is the ability to meet the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet thei...

Sustainability is the ability to meet the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. It involves finding a balance between social, economic, and environmental factors to ensure that resources are used in a way that preserves them for the long term. This can include practices such as reducing waste, conserving natural resources, and promoting renewable energy sources. Overall, sustainability aims to create a world where people and the planet can thrive together for generations to come.

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What distinguishes strong sustainability from the normal concept of sustainability?

Strong sustainability goes beyond the traditional concept of sustainability by emphasizing the importance of maintaining the integ...

Strong sustainability goes beyond the traditional concept of sustainability by emphasizing the importance of maintaining the integrity of natural systems and the well-being of future generations. It recognizes that certain natural resources and ecological processes are irreplaceable and cannot be substituted by human-made alternatives. Strong sustainability also prioritizes the protection of biodiversity and the resilience of ecosystems, rather than solely focusing on reducing environmental impacts or achieving short-term economic gains. In essence, strong sustainability requires a more holistic and long-term approach to environmental and social stewardship, placing a greater emphasis on intergenerational equity and the preservation of essential ecological functions.

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What is economic sustainability?

Economic sustainability refers to the ability of an economy to support current and future generations by balancing economic growth...

Economic sustainability refers to the ability of an economy to support current and future generations by balancing economic growth with social and environmental responsibility. It involves ensuring that resources are used efficiently and equitably to meet the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. This includes promoting long-term economic development, reducing inequality, and minimizing negative impacts on the environment. Overall, economic sustainability aims to create a stable and resilient economy that can thrive over the long term.

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Keywords: Resources Growth Environment Development Stability Conservation Equity Production Consumption Balance

What are sustainability strategies?

Sustainability strategies are plans and actions implemented by organizations to minimize their negative impact on the environment,...

Sustainability strategies are plans and actions implemented by organizations to minimize their negative impact on the environment, society, and economy, while maximizing their positive contributions. These strategies often involve setting goals for reducing carbon emissions, waste, and resource consumption, as well as promoting social responsibility and ethical business practices. Sustainability strategies can also include efforts to engage with stakeholders, such as employees, customers, and local communities, to ensure that their needs and concerns are taken into account. Overall, sustainability strategies aim to create long-term value for both the organization and the broader ecosystem in which it operates.

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What is the sustainability triangle?

The sustainability triangle is a concept that illustrates the interconnected relationship between social, environmental, and econo...

The sustainability triangle is a concept that illustrates the interconnected relationship between social, environmental, and economic factors in achieving sustainability. It emphasizes that for a system or activity to be truly sustainable, it must balance and integrate these three dimensions effectively. By considering the social, environmental, and economic impacts of our actions, we can work towards creating a more sustainable future for both current and future generations.

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Keywords: People Planet Profit Triple Bottom Line Environment Social Economic Balance

What exactly does sustainability mean?

Sustainability refers to meeting the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own...

Sustainability refers to meeting the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. It involves balancing economic, social, and environmental factors to ensure long-term well-being for both people and the planet. This includes practices that promote resource efficiency, social equity, and environmental protection to create a more resilient and equitable society for all.

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Keywords: Environment Resources Conservation Balance Renewables Responsibility Future Ethics Development Community

How can sustainability be assessed?

Sustainability can be assessed through various methods such as conducting life cycle assessments, measuring environmental impacts,...

Sustainability can be assessed through various methods such as conducting life cycle assessments, measuring environmental impacts, evaluating social and economic factors, and analyzing the overall resilience of a system. Key indicators such as carbon footprint, water usage, biodiversity impact, social equity, and economic viability can be used to evaluate the sustainability of a product, project, or organization. By using a combination of quantitative data, qualitative analysis, and stakeholder engagement, a comprehensive assessment of sustainability can be achieved. Regular monitoring and reporting of these indicators over time can help track progress towards sustainability goals and identify areas for improvement.

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Keywords: Indicators Metrics Evaluation Criteria Performance Analysis Measurement Reporting Assessment Monitoring

What about sustainability in banks?

Sustainability in banks refers to their commitment to environmental, social, and governance (ESG) principles in their operations a...

Sustainability in banks refers to their commitment to environmental, social, and governance (ESG) principles in their operations and decision-making processes. Banks can promote sustainability by incorporating ESG criteria into their lending and investment practices, supporting green initiatives, and reducing their own carbon footprint. By integrating sustainability into their business models, banks can contribute to a more sustainable and responsible financial system that addresses key global challenges such as climate change and social inequality. Additionally, banks that prioritize sustainability may also benefit from improved risk management, enhanced reputation, and increased customer loyalty.

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Keywords: Green Investments Ethical Practices Transparency Renewable Accountability ESG Carbon Footprint

What does political sustainability mean?

Political sustainability refers to the ability of a political system or government to maintain stability and continuity over time....

Political sustainability refers to the ability of a political system or government to maintain stability and continuity over time. It involves ensuring that policies and decisions are made with the long-term well-being of society in mind, rather than focusing solely on short-term gains. Political sustainability also involves fostering trust and cooperation among different political actors, as well as promoting transparency and accountability in governance to ensure the system's resilience and effectiveness.

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Keywords: Stability Continuity Resilience Endurance Viability Durability Consistency Longevity Permanence Robustness

Does sustainability bring you joy?

Yes, sustainability brings me joy because it allows me to live in a way that aligns with my values and contributes to a healthier...

Yes, sustainability brings me joy because it allows me to live in a way that aligns with my values and contributes to a healthier planet for future generations. Making sustainable choices, such as reducing waste, conserving energy, and supporting ethical and eco-friendly products, gives me a sense of purpose and fulfillment. Knowing that I am doing my part to protect the environment and promote social responsibility brings me a deep sense of joy and satisfaction.

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What is a sustainability triangle?

A sustainability triangle is a concept that represents the interconnected relationship between environmental, social, and economic...

A sustainability triangle is a concept that represents the interconnected relationship between environmental, social, and economic sustainability. It emphasizes the idea that in order for a system or activity to be truly sustainable, it must consider and balance all three aspects. Environmental sustainability focuses on minimizing negative impacts on the natural world, social sustainability looks at the well-being and equity of people, and economic sustainability considers the financial viability of a system. The sustainability triangle encourages a holistic approach to decision-making and problem-solving, taking into account the long-term implications on the environment, society, and economy.

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Is sustainability important to you?

Yes, sustainability is very important to me. I believe that we have a responsibility to take care of the environment and ensure th...

Yes, sustainability is very important to me. I believe that we have a responsibility to take care of the environment and ensure that future generations have a healthy planet to live on. I try to make sustainable choices in my daily life, such as reducing waste, conserving energy, and supporting eco-friendly products and practices. I believe that small individual actions can make a big difference in creating a more sustainable world.

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Keywords: Environment Ethics Conservation Responsibility Future Resources Green Renewable Eco-friendly Balance

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