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MCT Oil  500 ml
MCT oil contains the mediumchain, saturated fatty acids caprylic acid (C8) and capric acid (C10) from natural coconut oil in the ratio 60:40. In contrast to the longchain LCT fats, which are contained in other common vegetable oils, as well as butter and margarine, MCT fats require a much lower digestive effort, do not deposit in the fatty tissue and are quickly converted into energy by the body. MCT oil is tasteless, it contains no carbohydrates and is therefore ideally suited as part of a ketogenic, i.e. a low carbohydrate, diet. Highly recommended as a cooking oil in cold food preparation, for salads, shakes, smoothies or even trendy bulletproof coffees. Since the valuable fatty acids are not very heat resistant, do not use MCT oil for frying and baking.
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Safflower Oil  750 ml
High quality oil  ideal for a cholesterolconscious diet. Safflower oil, also called safflower oil is extracted from the seeds of safflower (Carthamus tinctorius L.). Sanct Bernhard Safflower oil is a very high quality edible oil with a very high content of oleic acid (high oleic, minimum 74%) and natural vitamin E. Due to the fact that substituting saturated fatty acids with unsaturated fatty acids in the diet helps maintain a normal cholesterol level in the blood, safflower oil should not be missing from any cholesterolconscious diet. With its mild, neutral flavor it is ideal for cold dishes, as for salads, raw food dishes, mayonnaise and the like. Due to its high heat resistance, it can equally well be used for dishes that require high heat. It is also suitable for cooking, boiling, baking and frying.
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Organic Rapeseed Oil  1 litre
Highquality, purely vegetable cooking oil from controlled organic cultivation with a high content of unsaturated fatty acids. Rapeseed oil impresses with a wide range of uses in cold and hot cuisine. With its pleasant nutty flavour, it is ideal for salads, but also for cooking, frying and baking. Help yourself and enjoy!
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Sweet Nature Erythritol  1 kg
Tabletop sweetener on the basis of erythritol Erythritol is a virtually caloriefree, naturally occurring and tooth friendly sugar substitute, which is gaining in popularity due to the number of positive attributes. Erythritol provides around 7080 % of the sweetness of standard household sugar, without any of its negative aspects. It has a glycemic index of 0, does not let the blood sugar rise and does not need to be taken into account in the carbohydrate balance. In contrast to artificial sweeteners such as aspartame or saccharin, which are produced synthetically, erythritol is not a foreign substance to the organism. Sweet Nature erythritol can be used wherever you would usually use sugar: for cooking and baking, to sweeten coffee or tea, with fruit, in muesli or in yoghurt. Tabletop sweetener on the basis of erythritol• As sweet and tasty as sugar! • No calories• Glycemic index: 0• Kind to teeth• No artificial sweeteners• Used like sugar• Ideal for cooking and baking
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Organic Coconut Flour  1000 g
Rich in fibres. Glutenfree. This topclass, powderfine coconut flour is obtained from the fresh. partially deoiled meat of coconuts from controlled organic cultivation. It represents an excellent alternative to conventional grain flours. Those having to or wanting to watch their nutrition can simply take this glutenfree, highfibre coconut flour to 100% instead of conventional flour to produce cakes, biscuits and even bread. Even for classic baking recipes, up to 25% of conventional flour can be replaced through coconut flour in order to obtain additional fibres and proteins and to reduce sugar consumption. With its touch of natural sweetness and its fresh, slightly exotic aroma, coconut flour can refine many meals. It is also superb for binding sauces and as an additional source of fibre in yoghurts, mueslis or protein shakes.
Price: 8.16 £  Shipping*: 14.50 £ 
Organic Mango Strips  200 g
Dried, no sulphur, no sugar added. Delectable mango strips from ripe, sunbathed fruits that have been organically grown. Carefully dried and then freshly packed. Ideal for snacking, baking and creative cooking ideas, for example exotic rice and vegetable dishes. Organic Mango Strips can also be soaked before consumption, e.g. in water, apple juice or in an alcoholic beverage for a tropical fruity cocktail.
Price: 7.28 £  Shipping*: 14.50 £ 
Organic Coconut Oil · cold pressed  500 ml
This firstclass coconut oil is made from the pulp of the ripe coconut from controlled organic cultivation and is mechanically pressed. It contains a high amount of lauric acid which makes this oil very precious. Its delicate coconut flavour makes it a popular ingredient in Oriental and Asian dishes as well as in the European cuisine. Coconut oil is particularly heatresistant and, therefore, very suitable for cooking, baking, roasting and frying. Connoisseurs use coconut oil as a spread or simply as an alternative to conventional butter or margarine. A real treat you should try!
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Organic Coconut Oil 1000 ml cold pressed  1 litre
This firstclass coconut oil is made from the pulp of the ripe coconut from controlled organic cultivation and is mechanically pressed. It contains a high amount of lauric acid which makes this oil very precious. Its delicate coconut flavour makes it a popular ingredient in Oriental and Asian dishes as well as in the European cuisine. Coconut oil is particularly heatresistant and, therefore, very suitable for cooking, baking, roasting and frying. Connoisseurs use coconut oil as a spread or simply as an alternative to conventional butter or margarine. A real treat you should try! It can equally be used as a precious cosmetic oil for hair and skin.
Price: 12.90 £  Shipping*: 14.50 £ 
Organic Coconut Oil 1000 ml · cold pressed  1 litre
This firstclass coconut oil is made from the pulp of the ripe coconut from controlled organic cultivation and is mechanically pressed. It contains a high amount of lauric acid which makes this oil very precious. Its delicate coconut flavour makes it a popular ingredient in Oriental and Asian dishes as well as in the European cuisine. Coconut oil is particularly heatresistant and, therefore, very suitable for cooking, baking, roasting and frying. Connoisseurs use coconut oil as a spread or simply as an alternative to conventional butter or margarine. A real treat you should try! It can equally be used as a precious cosmetic oil for hair and skin.
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Organic Sacha Inchi Oil  250 ml
Sacha Inchi oil is extracted from the Inca nut (Plukenetia volubilis), a plant native to the tropical regions of the Peruvian Andes. The oil, which is obtained from the seeds of the plant by purely mechanical cold pressing, is considered one of the best oils in the world. It has a mild, slightly nutty flavour that goes very well with salads and cold dishes. Due to its high smoke point (255 °C) it can also be safely used for cooking, frying or baking. The exceptionally high proportion and ideal composition of the omega3, omega6 and omega9 fatty acids contained are remarkable. Further positive characteristics, which have quickly been shared amongst nutritionconscious users, make Sacha Inchi Oil a valuable "superfood" that really deserves this name!
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Organic Yacon Syrup  250 g
Yacon (Smallanthus sonchifolius) is a plant native to South America which has been used as nutrition for centuries. The syrup, which is obtained from the juicysweet tuber, is an excellent, delicious alternative to conventional granulated sugar. Its high fructooligosaccharide content (FOS) and indigestible fibres make Yacon syrup a lowglycaemic index sweetener with low calorific content and therefore of interest to all those wishing to reduce the amount of sugar in their diet. Our 100% pure, natural organic yacon syrup is manufactured from yacon roots, which are cultivated in Peru according to stringent ecological principles. It is characterised by a wonderfully mild taste with a light, fruity sweetness. Yacon syrup is highly flexible in use and is superb for sweetening, for example, drinks, desserts and mueslis, but also can be used for cooking and baking.
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Copper Tablets  40 g
Copper is a trace element required by the human body to perform essential functions. Copper contributes towards a normal function of the nervous system and the energy metabolism, a healthy immune system and maintenance of connective tissue. In our food, copper is mainly contained in chocolate, liver, cereal, vegetables and nuts. Copper deficiency is rare in humans but certain illnesses and taking high doses of zinc, iron or molybdenum can lead to lower copper levels in the body. Each tablet contains 2000 μg copper.
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Which distribution form is more commonly encountered: normal distribution or skewed distribution?
The normal distribution is more commonly encountered in realworld data compared to skewed distributions. This is because many natural phenomena and human characteristics tend to follow a normal distribution, such as heights, weights, test scores, and IQ scores. Skewed distributions, on the other hand, are less common but still appear in certain types of data, such as income distribution, where a large number of people have lower incomes and a smaller number have very high incomes, resulting in a rightskewed distribution.

Which distribution box?
The distribution box is typically a metal or plastic enclosure that houses electrical connections and circuit breakers for distributing power to different areas of a building. It is usually located near the main electrical panel and serves as a central point for routing electricity to various circuits throughout the building. The distribution box is essential for ensuring that electricity is safely and efficiently distributed to different areas, helping to prevent overloads and electrical hazards.

How is the distribution function created in a uniform distribution?
In a uniform distribution, the distribution function is created by assigning equal probability to all possible outcomes within a specified range. This means that each value within the range has an equal likelihood of occurring. The distribution function is a constant value over the range, reflecting the uniformity of probabilities. This type of distribution is often used when all outcomes are equally likely, such as in the rolling of a fair sixsided die.

What is the difference between frequency distribution and probability distribution?
Frequency distribution is a table or graph that shows the number of times a particular value or range of values occurs in a dataset. It represents the frequency or count of each value. On the other hand, a probability distribution is a mathematical function that provides the probabilities of occurrence of different possible outcomes in a sample space. It represents the likelihood of each value occurring. In summary, frequency distribution deals with the count of occurrences, while probability distribution deals with the likelihood of occurrences.

Is lotto calculated using the binomial distribution or the hypergeometric distribution?
Lotto is typically calculated using the hypergeometric distribution. The hypergeometric distribution is used when the outcome of each trial is dependent on the outcomes of previous trials, which is the case in lotto where the numbers are drawn without replacement. This distribution is used to calculate the probability of getting a certain combination of numbers out of a specific set.

Why is the binomial distribution used instead of the hypergeometric distribution?
The binomial distribution is used instead of the hypergeometric distribution when the sample size is relatively small compared to the population size, or when the population size is very large. In these cases, the hypergeometric distribution becomes computationally complex and approaches the binomial distribution. Therefore, it is more practical to use the binomial distribution in such scenarios. Additionally, the binomial distribution assumes sampling with replacement, which is often a reasonable approximation in realworld situations.

What does the density distribution of the normal distribution look like?
The density distribution of the normal distribution is bellshaped and symmetrical. It is characterized by a peak at the mean, with the density decreasing as you move away from the mean in both directions. The tails of the distribution extend infinitely in both directions, but the density becomes increasingly small as you move further from the mean. The density distribution is also characterized by its standard deviation, which determines the spread of the distribution.

What is distribution accounting?
Distribution accounting refers to the process of tracking and recording the flow of goods or services from the manufacturer or producer to the end consumer. It involves managing the financial transactions and inventory movements related to the distribution of products, including sales, purchases, and expenses. Distribution accounting helps businesses monitor the costs and revenues associated with the distribution process, and provides insights into the efficiency and profitability of their distribution channels. It also helps in making informed decisions about inventory management, pricing, and sales strategies.

How do you calculate using the binomial distribution and the normal distribution?
To calculate using the binomial distribution, you use the formula P(X=k) = (n choose k) * p^k * (1p)^(nk), where n is the number of trials, k is the number of successful outcomes, and p is the probability of success. This formula gives you the probability of getting exactly k successful outcomes in n trials. To calculate using the normal distribution, you use the formula z = (x  μ) / σ, where x is the value you want to find the probability for, μ is the mean, and σ is the standard deviation. You then use a standard normal distribution table or a calculator to find the probability associated with the zscore. In both cases, you use these formulas to find the probability of a certain outcome or range of outcomes occurring in a given situation.

What is the difference between a stationary distribution and a limiting distribution?
A stationary distribution is a probability distribution for a stochastic process that remains unchanged over time, meaning that the distribution of the process at any given time is the same as the distribution at any other time. On the other hand, a limiting distribution is the longterm behavior of a stochastic process as time goes to infinity. It represents the distribution that the process will eventually converge to, regardless of its initial conditions. In summary, a stationary distribution remains constant over time, while a limiting distribution represents the ultimate behavior of a process as time goes to infinity.

Who connects the new subdistribution board to the main distribution board?
An electrician or a qualified electrical technician typically connects the new subdistribution board to the main distribution board. This process involves ensuring proper wiring, connections, and safety measures are in place to effectively distribute electricity to the new subdistribution board. It is important to hire a professional to carry out this task to ensure compliance with electrical regulations and to prevent any potential hazards.

Are math experts familiar with the normal distribution and the binomial distribution?
Yes, math experts are familiar with both the normal distribution and the binomial distribution. The normal distribution is a continuous probability distribution that is commonly used in statistics to model realworld phenomena such as heights, weights, and test scores. The binomial distribution, on the other hand, is a discrete probability distribution that is used to model the number of successes in a fixed number of independent trials. Both distributions are fundamental concepts in probability and statistics, and math experts are wellversed in their properties and applications.
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