The 7 days –Arthrosis – Healthy treatment

Improvement of diseases through proper nutrition and healthy diet!

Those who can get well with the help of proper nutrition and who have the chance are happy to be patient, and those who complain of pain like arthrosis, fibromyalgia, rheumatism, gout anyway.

One is always amazed at experiment how beneficial other diets are for health.

The “7 days arthrosis health cure”

Consists of 7 days and 7 nights in the basisch vegetarian Hotel Naturion® and 7 days of “base-strong” nutrition according to the recommendations of Rosemarie Muth.

Individual nutritional questions are answered by the former housekeeper Rosemarie Muth. The program of the first 7 days cannot be divided or narrowed, but rather extends.

Book your 7 days stay here!

The 7-day cure usually arrives on Sundays at 4:00 p.m. and on Saturdays at 11:00 a.m. In between you can experience the fullness of a SEVEN-DAY COURSE, in which pretty much everything that characterizes the Naturion is packed. Seven times in a row, the hotel offers a daily routine that you couldn’t ask for better, starting with the fruits for breakfast, which brings you the benefits of a basic diet.

All the guidelines have been clearly mentioned at the Naturion cookbook BASENSTARK, knowing well what positive impulses a breakfast like this would bring for the whole day. Eat basic and the day is saved because the body does not have to constantly deal with the health disadvantages of an acid-forming diet. Therefore fruit and nothing but fruit in the morning. The further order like raw food, followed by a basic muesli so that you don’t feel hungry.

You experience the advantages of the strong base food and look forward to the warm dinner, every day at 6:00 p.m. all the more so that maybe everything was packed into the day that makes it exciting.

This daily basic food is plentiful, very tasty and varied.

No one is hungry!

  • “ARTHROSE, das basenstarke Naturion-Kochbuch” by Rosemarie Muth (Former owner of Naturion Hotel), published in 2013
  • “Arthrose heilen mit basischer Ernährung” by Rosemarie Muth, published in 2018 by Hans Nietsch-Verlag

She presented during the preparation of the dishes, answer the questions of the guests and give extensive advice.

From the book “Arthrose heilen” by Rosemarie Muth

Foreword by Prof. em. Dr. rer. nat. Claus Leitzmann:

The importance of a plant-based and therefore basic-looking diet has a long history, which began in antiquity. Pythagoras founded vegetarianism, and Plato already recommended eating vegetarian, since only meat eaters would need a doctor.

Paracelsus and Hildegard von Bingen also recognized the positive effects of plant-based food. Later it was pioneers such as Maximilian Bircher-Benner with his raw food and especially Ragnar Berg who recognized that a plant-based diet is mainly metabolically basic. Knowledge of our body’s acid-base balance has always played a role in naturopathy. This knowledge is increasingly recognized and implemented through the knowledge of Lothar Wendt.

Different nutritional components have an influence on the acid-base balance, whereby the sulfur-containing amino acids as well as chloride and phosphorus are regarded as acid generators and sodium, potassium, calcium and magnesium as base formers. With tissue acidosis or latent acidosis, acids from the connective tissue are not transported to the kidneys. A diet that consists predominantly of animal products and is therefore acidic leads to the development of a whole range of different diseases of civilization – such as arthrosis, rheumatism, migraines, strokes, heart attacks and the like. a. – which are due to acidification of the organism, especially the connective tissue surrounding the cells. The various metabolic disorders arise when excess acids are temporarily held in the connective tissue during transport from the cells to the blood – or vice versa. The extent of latent acidosis is influenced by the type of diet. Various vascular diseases and rheumatic complaints have been shown to be related to disorders of the connective tissue metabolism.

It should be emphasized once again that it is our entire way of life that influences our health, as Hippocrates said: “A simple diet, sufficient exercise and moderation in all things in life is the best recipe to grow old in health.” I wish to heal osteoarthritis with a basic diet so that the protective and healing effects of plant-based foods are used by as many people as possible. Anyone who wants to contribute to their own well-being and improve their quality of life will benefit significantly from the recipes in Rosemarie Muth’s book.

We wish you much success and joy with the delicious recipes for a healthy and sustainable lifestyle

Claus Leitzmann (Professor of Nutritional Science, University of Gießen)

Gießen, in Spring 2018