The Mysteries of Sleep: How This Small Death Helps Us Live
We learn why the intermediate stage between life and death is such an important, essential, and very productive part of our life. Our internal clock.
What I did when I was diagnosed with a deadly cancer
Ernst Erb was diagnosed with a deadly mantle cell lymphoma in 1978. Today, at the age of 82, he still enjoys good health and great endurance.
What happened when I switched back from raw to cooked food
After a deadly cancer diagnosis, Ernst Erb ate raw vegan for seven years. What happened when he switched from vegan raw food to cooking?
From Lucerne to Zurich at the Age of 80
On his eightieth birthday, Ernst Erb walked from Lucerne to Zurich, showing that the best way to maintain overall health is to eat a natural, plant-based diet.
Diagnosed with Terminal Cancer in 1978 —Walked 55 km in 2016
In 1978, Ernst Erb was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin’s cancer (with a statistical life expectancy of 2½ years). In 2016, he walked from Lucerne to Zurich.
Can a Vegan Raw Food Diet Cure Cancer? | Ernst Erb
In 1978, Ernst Erb was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin’s cancer (statistical life expectancy of 2½ years). Afterwards, he decided to follow a raw vegan diet.
From Lucerne to Zurich in one day (short version)
On his eightieth birthday, Ernst Erb walked from Lucerne to Zurich. Check out the long version of this video as well!
The mathematics of weight loss | Ruben Meerman
When you lose weight, where does the fat go? Ruben Meerman shows that 84% of a fat molecule’s mass becomes carbon dioxide (which we breathe out) and 16% - water
Hiking the Juf - Maloja Trail at the age of 82
At the age of 82, Ernst Erb accomplished another hiking project - the Juf-Maloja trail, ~1000 m ascent and ~1300 m descent, approximately 16.5 km in 5 hours.
Why Exercise is so Underrated (Brain Power & Movement Link)
Exercise is good for the heart and makes you look good. However, there are much more compelling reasons to exercise regularly.
Why Sitting is Bad for You - Murat Dalkilinç
But nowadays, our lifestyles make us sit much more than we move around. Are our bodies built for such a sedentary existence?