Foundation Diet and Health
Foundation
Diet and Health
Switzerland
The best perspective for your health

Ernst Erb

Ernst Erb, picture from the year 2018
Founder, President, CEO; Author

Biography

My special resume motivated me to found, finance, and develop the “Swiss Diet and Health Foundation.” In the article, “Tragedies, Fatal Disease, Health, and Life!”, I describe some of this, including my time as an organic farmer in Santa Ursula, Tenerife exporting organic bananas and organic avocados to Germany. An equally important point is the experience gained from setting up Radiomusuem.org: too many people develop serious illnesses from the age of 65 on.

To live as long as possible is not the goal, but rather being as active, positive, and happy as possible. The path of the least resistance does not lead to this. Only in suffering can greater personal change be achieved. At 41 years of age, the fear of death as a result of my cancer diagnosis caused me to reflect on my life and take responsibility for my own illness.

It was never my goal to become rich, but to build-up something individually and intelligently so that it might be successful. Nevertheless, I can now afford to use my experience and opportunities to build something that can benefit interested people. Fortunately, the young people who work on “diet-health.info,” also give me the feeling of real teamwork. With Skype and TeamViewer, it is possible to work with geographically dispersed employees.

Even professors or doctors participate in this special project by contributing to their own texts. Our subject areas actually capture everything what makes us humans: health – principles/general – medicine – nutrition – production/trade – drugs – activity – lifestyle – politics – wellness – nature – environment – personality – ethics – social affairs/religion.

I do not know yet whether “diet-health.info” will be able to attract the necessary attention with this attempt to “just” communicate solid facts to people. But I think that there are reflective people who want to understand the correlations instead of pursuing each fashion trend like a lemming or allowing themselves to be seduced into an easy path.

Do they also have the necessary will to read? I was missing such a comprehensive source that provides unbiased answers to the most important questions. For this reason, I am trying to build this “port that was previously sought in vain.” Hopefully, I have the time and power to do so.

Receiving the Sigillum Magnum award, from the University of Bologna of all places, the title "Marconista del XXI secolo,” and the recognition of diet-health by Italy’s largest animal welfare organisation, the LAV, give me further courage.

Motivation

Today, I am happy that I had to go through tough phases in my life. This enabled me to change my lifestyle so that, even in my 80th year of life (2015), I can work more than 60 hours per week on the PC and remain productive at the same time. It is wrong to spend so many hours sitting (it used to be more). Still, I try to compensate for it with endurance sports (fast walking, mountain hiking) and, unfortunately, not daily executed exercises (7-minute iPhone workout).

I can assume that after seven years of “pure” raw food vegan without products, the long-term vegan diet consisting of approx. 80-90% raw food content (unfortunately interrupted by the Pesci-vegan diet) gave me back my health. Unfortunately, it is not my genes that keep me healthy. As the oldest of 7 siblings, I experienced the early death of four of them. Fortunately, I was able to defeat my Mantel Cell Lymphoma in 1978 on my own, which, with medical treatment, only has a life expectancy of around three years. Today, this can be cured (too rarely) with a successful bone marrow transplant. 

Even as an employee, I never saw my work as a job, but as a hobby that interests me. After about five years at IBM, I set up my own service company. The well-being of my employees was particularly important to me. Success or failure depended to a large extent on them.

Social Media

LinkedIn
YouTube

Honors, awards, patents, etc

Auszeichnungen:
1963: 100 % Club 1962, durch IBM (Erhalten Frühling 1963 in Cannes).
1995: Innovationspreis "Technologiestandort Schweiz".
1999: Anerkennungspreis für die Verdienste um die Dokumentation historischer Funktechnik, durch GFGF Deutschland.
2010: Honorary Fellowship, durch WECWRA (Erhalten in Guangzhou, China).
2010: Ernennung zum Ehrenmitglied, durch GFGF (Ges. der Freunde der Geschichte des Funkwesens e.V. Deutschland).
2018: Sigillum Magnum, durch Alma Mater Studiorum Bologna (Universität Bologna).
2018: Marconista del XXI secolo, durch Fondazione Guglielmo Marconi, Bologna.
2018: Recognition for the creation and build-up of www.diet-health.info, durch LAV Italy, Rome (50'000 Mitglieder).

Patente:
Nur angemeldet, damit niemand Royalties verlangen kann, damit das Prinzip frei ist, dann fallen gelassen.
Priorität 1993-10-05: Zapf-Parkplatz für Elektromobile (Battery recharging and parking bay for electromobile) CH 688 598-A5
Priorität 1993-11-01: Zapf-Platz für Elektromobile CH 688 599-A5 (...) CH 688 599-A5

Publications

Sachbuch published
1989
Radios von gestern

Erb E. Radios von gestern: Wie entstehen Funk, Rundfunk; Entwicklung des Radios, Radiofirmen pro Land; Verwandte des Radios; Röhrenentwicklung; Sammeln - aber wie!; Radios restaurieren, Technik, Radios reparieren; Geschichte der Funkamateure; Sachverzeichnis mit ca. 5000 St.W. 456 Seiten A4. Erstauflage 1989. (1., 2. und 3. Aufl. Luzern: M und K Computer-Verlag. 4. und 5. Auflage Verl. für Technik und Handwerk. 6. Auflage BoD 2022.

Sachbuch published
1998
Radiokatalog Band I

Erb E. Radiokatalog: bd. 1. Luzern: M+K Computer-Verl; 1998. 400 p.

2. Auflage als vth-Fachbuch, ISBN: 978-3-88180-686-2 (2.6.2010). 3. Auflage BoD.

Sachbuch published
2006
Radiokatalog Band II

Erb E. Radiokatalog. 2: Deutschland, Österreich, Schweiz, 1. Aufl. Baden-Baden: Verlag für Technik und Handwerk; 2006. 400 p. (vth-Fachbuch). ISBN: 3881806520.
2. Auflage BoD, ISBN: 9783755736981.

Avtivity on our site

Texts

1 Nutrition
2 Raw Food? No, Thanks!
3 Why Raw Food?
4 Types of Raw Food Diets
5 Exclusively Raw Food? Really?
6 Preparations Before Switching to Raw Food (Transition)
7 The Transition to Raw Food
A Vegan Diet Can Be Unhealthy. Nutrition Mistakes
Basic knowledge
Book review "MILK The Deadly Poison" by Robert Cohen
Book Review "Milk, better not!" by Maria Rollinger
Book Review "The food lie" by Hans-Ulrich Grimm
Book review of “Milk, Money, and Madness” by N. Baumslag
Book Review: The Giessen Raw Food Study by Carola Strassner
Book Review: “Don’t Drink Your Milk!“ by Frank A. Oski
Book Review: “Lies lobbies food" by I.Reinecke +P.Thorbrietz
Book Review: “Salt Sugar Fat” by Michael Moss
Book Review: “The China Study” by T. Colin Campbell
Ecology: Grassroots movements AND political action required
Erb Muesli — Exceptionally Healthy Breakfast, a Swiss Muesli
First organic bananas from Tenerife, the 20 banana letters
Food products with market prices
Is raw food healthy? + Recipes
Lose weight healthily
Nutrients explained
Our mission
Recipes with ingredients
The Four Fundamental Forces of Evolution
Tragedies, Fatal Disease, Health, and Life!

Recipes

Raw Sweet Potato Chips — Almost Like Real Potato Chips
Healthy Raw Chocolate Cream with Carob and Avocado
Erb Muesli - lactose-free, gluten-free (vegan, raw, clean)
Nettle Tea (Stinging Nettle Tea)
The Daily Apple: An Apple a Day Keeps the Doctor Away
Daily Requirement for Selenium: Brazil Nuts
Erb Muesli with Rolled Oats

Ingredients

Amaranth, raw (amaranth seeds, kiwicha)
Apple, raw, with peel
Avocados, raw (organic?)
Blueberries (blueberries), raw (organic?)
Coconut oil (coconut oil, coconut fat, organic?, raw?)
Dulse (dried, raw?, organic?)
Hemp seeds, unpeeled, raw (organic?)
Hokkaido pumpkin (Hokkaido pumpkin)
Honey (bee honey, raw?, organic?)
Japanese loquat, raw (medlar, loquat, nispero, organic?)
Lupin flour (lupin protein, raw?, organic?)
Oat cream, oat cuisine, cream (organic?)
Oat flakes (raw?, organic?)
Oats (seed oats, real oats, raw? organic?)
Onion granules or onion powder (organic?, raw?)
Palm oil (palm fat, organic?)
Parsley, fresh, raw (leaf parsley, parsley)
Peanuts (raw?, organic?)
Peanuts, roasted without salt
Prickly pear, raw (prickly fruit, organic?)
Quinoa, raw, peeled (organic?)
Raspberries (wild raspberries), raw (organic?)
Red seaweed sheet for sushi (nori, organic?, raw?)
Sauerkraut, pasteurized (sauerkraut)
Strawberries (organic?)
Wakame, raw (organic?)

Nutrients

20:5 n-3 eicosapentaenoic (EPA) / timnodonic
22:6 n-3 docosahexaenoic (DHA)
Beta-sitosterol (β-sitosterol)
Isoleucine (Ile, I)
Linoleic acid; LA; 18:2 omega-6
Selenium, Se
Sodium, Na
Valine (Val, V)