did you know that...we are facing individual imbalances?
at many fast-food restaurants, a single meal gives more than two times the recommended daily intake of fat, cholesterol, salt, and sugar?
worldwide - more than 1 billion adults are overweight, and at least 300 million of them are obese?
addiction to drugs, alcohol, smoking, sex, gambling or work may be an expression of the fact that people are unable to handle presence and intimacy?
the air inside the typical home is on average 2-5 times more polluted than the air just outside - largely because of household cleaners and pesticides?
most people spend 90 percent of their time indoors?
many people remain concerned about the effects of lifelong exposure to the chemicals in sanitary products such as e.g. tampons?
app. 300 million people will be suffering from diabetes in 2020?
50% of deaths in the world are linked to diet, tobacco and lack of physical exercise?
eating disorders affect 70 million individuals worldwide?
partly due to chemical pollution 14% of European couples are now affected by fertility problems?
in 1992, economists estimated that health problems caused by pesticides led U.S. health care costs to increase by $786 million each year?
sugar triggers the production of the brains natural opioids, and the brain becomes addicted i the same way as with morphine and heroine?
12 million US citizens are addicts of gambling?
medication against shyness and an anti-shopping pill are some of the later news from the medicine-industry?
in 2001 the Danes ate more than 54 million daily doses of anti-depressants?
1 out of 4 persons who recieve anti-depressants could have been without them?
in Sweden the costs of stress-related diseases and their consequences was 80 billion kr. in 2001?
did you know that...we are facing collective imbalances?
half the world live on less than $2 a day - an EU-cow gets approx. $2 a day in farm subsidies?
99% of American families with children work 47 hours per week. 56% also work in the weekends. 72% work overtime?
the average father spents the same amount of time shopping for groceries as for looking after his children, 24 minutes a day?
it would approx. cost $ 6 billions to provide basic education for all - world military expenditures in 2001 were estimated at $2.3 billion a day?
you receive at least 2000 inputs from commercials every day in the public space?
the average lifetime of a mobile phone is 1,5 years?
in the UK 52.649 incidences with a racist motive where reported to the police in 03-04?
in the United States, the annual spending on private security reached $52 billion in 1990, compared with a $30 billion budget for the countrys police forces?
it is being estimated that from 2010 consumers will be introduced to aprrox. 500 million new products per year?
the western population comprimises only 20% of the worlds total population but consumes approx. 80% of the worlds resources?
only 9 cent of each dollar spent at conventionel food markets goes to the farmer?
in Hungary and Estonia people spends 50% of their free-time watching television?
the developing world now spends $13 on dept repayment for every $1 it recieves in grants?
the anti-spam producers ”Spamfighter” protects people in 207 countries from spam and daily 1000 new users subscribe?
according to a large group of leaders the most important quality the ”leader of tomorrow” has to have is empathy?
the market for ”silence retreats” is rapidly growing? 20% of the people in the world account for 86% of total private consumption expenditures?
did you know that...we are facing environmental imbalances?
globally in 1998 the consumption of oil amounted to 11 billion liters of oil a day?
by burning fossil fuels, people released some 6.44 billion tons of carbon into the atmosphere in 2002?
the total weight of fossil fuels and chemicals used to produce a 2-gram memory chip is 630 times the weight of the chip itself?
by 2005, consumers worldwide will have stockpiled approx. 500 million cell phones that are likely to end up in landfills, where they could leach as many as 142 tons of lead?
only 0.6% of the approx. 5000 billion plastic bags, that factories around the world produced in 2002, were recycled?
according to a study, the annual cost of environmental damage caused by industrial farming in the U.S. is $34.7 billion?
a comparison of the nutritional content between organic and factory farmed, conventional vegetables showed organic produce to have higher nutritional value?
out of the 250,000 species of higher plants, only 2-5% have actually been studied for medicinal use?
we lose about one plant species every day? Last year more than 70 billion 1/2 liter non-degradable plastic bottles were produced worldwide for the market for tapped bottle water?
a study of over 8,200 university field trials showed that farmers growing GMO soybeans use 2-5 times more weed killer than farmers growing natural varieties?
1 kg of organic bluberries flown from new Zealand to England use 10.738 grams of CO2 in transport. 1.3 billion people have no access to clean water?
water’s global availability has dropped from 17,000 cubic metres per capital in 1950 to 7,000 today?
three generations; grandmother, mother and daughter have at least 18 manmade chemicals in their bodies?