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Nov 20 (10:58) High-Protein Diet: Eating Protein-Packed Meals May Help You Combat Obesity - Experts Reveal; 9 Food Tips (food.ndtv.com)
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High-protein foods to eat: The study found that high-protein meal led to increased fat oxidation and "negative fat balance".

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High-protein meal: Obesity has nearly tripled world-wide since 1975, reports WHO

Obesity is a major health concern among people across the globe. Obesity is associated to higher incidence of heart risks, diabetes, high blood pressure and more. As per the World Health Organisation, obesity has nearly tripled world-wide since 1975. "Obesity has reached epidemic proportions globally, with at least 2.8 million people dying each year as a result of being overweight or obese," read a report by WHO. Hence, experts often suggest a balanced lifestyle and healthy eating to promote healthy body weight.

While you may find a number of diet regimes for weight loss from around the world, a new study has found that including high-protein meals in your everyday diet may help burn excess fat more efficiently. Conducted by researchers at University of Alberta, findings were published in The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. As per the journal, the researchers compared the impact of a high-protein total diet replacement to that of a typical North American diet on key components of energy metabolism.

"Considering the prevalence of obesity worldwide and its impact on health, it's not surprising nutritional strategies such as total diet replacements and high-protein diets are becoming increasingly popular as weight management strategies; however, research around these topics has not kept pace with their growth in popularity," stated Lead author, Camila Oliveira, a doctoral student at the University of Alberta.

The small-scale research was conducted on a group of healthy adults, aged between 18 and 35. One group was given high-protein diet with 35 percent carbs, 40 percent protein and 25 percent fat; and the second group was fed with a diet that consisted of 55 percent carbs, 15 percent protein and 30 percent fats. However, both the groups were given same amount of calorie in their respective diets. It was found that high-protein meal led to increased fat oxidation and "negative fat balance".

Speaking about the same, Dr. Carla Prado, Professor, University of Alberta and the study's principal investigator, explained, "Although these results are restricted to a specific population of healthy, normal-weight adults, they can help nutrition scientists and healthcare providers better understand the real physiological effects of a high-protein total diet replacement in humans."

"In our opinion, it is imperative to first understand the physiological impact of a high-protein total diet replacement in a healthy population group so that the effects are better translated in individuals with obesity and its related comorbidities," Prado added.

Considering these factors, we bring you a list of high-protein food ingredients that can help you whip up protein-packed meal for your weight loss diet. Read on.

Also Read: Obesity Diet: What To Eat And Avoid To Manage Obesity

Here Are 9 Protein-Rich Food Options That You Must Include In Your Diet:

-Mushroom

-Dal (Moong, Masoor, Arhar etc)

-Chicken

-Eggs (especially egg white)

-Spinach

-Green peas

-Brocolli

-Rajma, Chana (legumes)

-Whole grains (oats, ragi, millet, barley etc)

Include these food ingredients in your everyday diet for a healthy living.

Eat healthy, stay fit!

(Note: These food suggestions are not part of the study)
Nov 19 (17:12) Immunity Diet: 6 Winter Recipes For Immunity We Swear By (food.ndtv.com)
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It is a good time to tweak your diet a bit. Perhaps replace all things cold with warm and comforting foods. There are many winter recipes that we swear by, and we bet they you would love them too.

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This year winters arrived much earlier than we expected, and while we are not really complaining, we also know that there is no scope to be reckless. We have to do all it takes to strengthen our immunity, as this is that time of the year when it tends to take a hit. Many people experience from cold, cough and flu during this transition phase. It is a good time to tweak your diet a bit. Perhaps replace all things cold with warm and comforting foods. There are many winter recipes that we swear by, and we bet they you would love them too.

Here Are 6 Winter Recipes For Immunity:

1. Masala ChaiFlavoured with spices like cardamom, cinnamon, cloves and star anise, this popular tea preparation is a bundle of disease-fighting antioxidants. Try it once and you'd know why it continues to be one of the most celebrated beverages of all time. Click here for the recipe.

Masala Chai is loaded with antioxidants

2. Carrot-Ginger SoupThis mild- flavoured soup is peppered with spices and herbs that truly make the soup all things enticing. Ideal for an early supper, this warm soup may help soothe your throat and soul at once. Click here for the recipe.

3. SaagSaag is an intensely desi and delicious preparation that makes winter worth the wait for many of us. Saag can be made with a blend of winter greens such as sarso, methi and palak. This thick and luscious treat often goes best with makki ki roti. Click here for the recipe. 

4. Masala GurGur or jaggery is a winter staple we can never get enough of. Jaggery is packed with antioxidants and minerals such as zinc and selenium that help rev up your immunity naturally. Masala gur is an interesting preparation that packs the goodness of many superfoods such as jaggery, ghee, ginger etc.

(Also Read: Winter Diet Tips: Masala Gur Can Promote Immunity And Keep You Fit From Within (Recipe Inside)

5. PanjiriPanjiri is a dry powdered preparation that is made with a whole lot of spices that could benefit your immunity. It is ideal for kids and adults, alike. Make sure you are not stingy with nuts and dry fruits here, they really bring out the flavour of this dessert. Click here for the recipe. 

6. Methi Thepla

Crispy and super thin parathas made with the goodness of methi leaves, ginger, chillies and choice herbs. Pair it with yogurt and chomp away. Click here for the recipe. 





Try these recipes and let us know which ones you liked the best. Comments(This content including advice provides generic information only. It is in no way a substitute for qualified medical opinion. Always consult a specialist or your own doctor for more information. NDTV does not claim responsibility for this information.)

About Sushmita SenguptaSharing a strong penchant for food, Sushmita loves all things good, cheesy and greasy. Her other favourite pastime activities other than discussing food includes, reading, watching movies and binge-watching TV shows.

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Nov 19 (17:11) GET THE DH APP AstraZeneca Covid-19 shot produces strong immune response in older adults (www.deccanherald.com)
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The University of Oxford confirmed that the Covid-19 vaccine it’s developing with AstraZeneca Plc produced strong immune responses in older adults in an early study, with pivotal findings from the final phase of trials expected in the coming weeks.

The results, published Thursday in The Lancet medical journal, shed more light on preliminary data released in recent months showing the experimental shot generated an immune response in older people, who are at highest risk of severe illness. Researchers are still eagerly awaiting late-stage trial results that will show whether the Astra-Oxford vaccine
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Also read — How the out-of-control Covid-19 pandemic is speeding the hunt for vaccines

Those findings will follow a flurry of positive news on the vaccine front. Pfizer, working with Germany’s BioNTech SE, said Wednesday that a final analysis of trial data showed its Covid vaccine was 95% effective, paving the way for the company to apply for the first U.S. regulatory authorization for a coronavirus shot within days. Moderna’s appears equally effective.

The results of Oxford’s phase 2 study show that the vaccine is better tolerated in older people and produces a similar immune response in old and young adults. The study involved 560 adults, including 240 over the age of 70. That follows findings in older participants unveiled last month and data in July that showed the vaccine generated robust immune responses in adults ages 18 to 55. Older patients have been hardest hit by the pandemic, with the vast majority of deaths occurring in those over 60.

Also read — Pfizer ends Covid-19 trial with 95% efficacy, to seek emergency-use authorization

“Inducing robust immune responses in older adults has been a long-standing challenge,” Angela Minassian, an investigator at Oxford, wrote in a statement. “To show this vaccine technology is able to induce these responses -- in the age group most at risk from severe Covid-19 disease -- offers hope that vaccine efficacy will be similar in younger and older adults.”

Oxford expects final-stage efficacy results in the coming weeks, according to its statement.

The study shows the vaccine causes few side effects and provokes a response in T-cells that target the virus within 14 days of the first dose and a protective antibody response within 28 days of the booster dose, according to the report. Neutralizing levels were achieved by 14 days after a boost vaccination in 208 of 209 recipients.

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Nov 19 (11:34) Weight Loss After Diwali: 5 Simple Ways to Get Back in Shape (www.news18.com)
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The major Hindu festive season in India starts with Navratri-Dussehra and ends with Diwali and Bhai Dooj. During this almost two-month-long season, celebration and indulgence become second nature. Sweets, desserts, rich curries and deep-fried food are not just cooked but shared with every loved one. And while this spells a good time for your soul and spirit, it does not bode well for your waistline, weight and overall health.

This is precisely the reason why most people look for ways to shed the holiday weight soon after Diwali is over. If you are looking to do the same right now, then the first thing your need to know is that adopting extreme methods is not going to help you lose weight the healthy way. If you choose starvation or extreme dieting then the likelihood of losing muscle mass along with fat becomes very high, and so does the risk of health issues like anemia, malnutrition and weakness.

Instead of adopting an extreme method to shed the kilos, you may want to take smaller, healthier and more powerful steps to detox your body properly. This will neither be as fast nor as harmful as the extreme methods, but you will lose weight and become more active at the same time. The following are the five weight loss tips you need after the festive season.

1. Go sugar-free

One of the key foods that people indulge in too much during the festive season is sugar. From petite Indian sweets and desserts to chocolates, cookies and cakes, this season offers up a lot of sugar and most people consume it in excess. Excess sugar consumption is one of the most important obesogenic behaviours, so cutting it off completely for at least a while after Diwali can help you a lot in controlling weight gain and may even help you maintain your blood glucose levels better.

2. Hydrate more

Nothing cleanses the body as well as water. Many studies reveal that drinking at least two litres of water every day can not only help you burn the accumulated fat but also flush out the toxins. Now if you feel like buying into a juice cleanse instead of drinking plain and simple water, think again, because most juices end up having high concentrations of sugar and won’t help you lose weight like drinking plenty of water will. Drinking a lot of water is also likely to make your skin clear up and glow, which is always a great bonus.

3. Do a veggie cleanse

Vegetables are often disregarded during the festive season but when it comes to the post-festive weight-loss season, nothing matches their power. Almost all vegetables are low in calories while being packed with water, dietary fiber, vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. Eating more of them can keep you feeling full for longer, curb cravings and naturally detoxify the body. Moreover, eating vegetables can also give your immune system a boost and help keep diseases at bay.

4. Get exercising

No matter what you choose to eat or not eat, weight loss is impossible without some good old exercise. Not only does working out help burn fat, build muscles and lose weight properly, but it also releases the hormone endorphin which elevates the mood, keeps you happy and gets rid of those post-Diwali blues. Working out for at least 30 minutes every day can help you get yourself back in shape while keeping you motivated.

5. Improve sleep

You might not have realised it during the festive season itself but sleep is often compromised for the sake of late-night parties and preparations for the next day. But it’s very important to remember that sleep is vital for weight loss and you need to get sufficient amounts of it to lose weight properly. Getting enough sleep can help you feel motivated enough to exercise the next day. Studies even show that those who sleep less tend to have unhealthy eating habits which lead to weight gain. So, make sure to get enough rest after Diwali.

For more information, read our article on How to lose weight fast and safely.

Health articles on News18 are written by myUpchar.com, India’s first and biggest resource for verified medical information. At myUpchar, researchers and journalists work with doctors to bring you information on all things health.



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The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention plans to send daily texts to those who are vaccinated for the first week and then weekly texts for six weeks, while the Food and Drug Administration will also be monitoring side effects in real time

Regulatory authorities are gearing up for a deluge in people reporting side effects when the new Covid-19 vaccines go into use. Even if the vaccines prove safe — a reasonable assumption based on current information — managing the reporting and follow-up of what are known as adverse drug
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reactions will be critical to keeping to the high levels of public participation needed for a vaccination program to be successful.

The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention plans to send daily texts to those who are vaccinated for the first week and then weekly texts for six weeks, while the Food and Drug Administration will also be monitoring side effects in real time.

It’s not clear if the UK’s monitoring system will have similar capabilities by the time the vaccine is rolled out. The country’s Medicines & Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency issued an urgent tender notice (recorded last month in a European Union public procurement journal) for an artificial-intelligence software tool to help deal with the expected high volume of reported effects. (The roughly $2 million contract went to outsourcing firm Genpact.)

The agency didn’t mince words in explaining the reasons for the urgency: Its legacy system would be overwhelmed by the volume of reports and could not be retrofitted to cope with the new vaccine. The absence of a new tool would “hinder its ability to rapidly identify any potential safety issues within the Covid-19 vaccine." That in turn would represent a “direct threat to patient life and public health."

Even if the language may have been partly crafted to exempt it from normal EU tender requirements, it underscores what’s at stake for governments around the world as these brand new vaccines are rolled out with unprecedented speed to a far wider public than ever before. As with any new drug, the range of these adverse drug reactions — unintended, harmful events linked to the medication — will only be known when a very large number of people have been vaccinated.

A reported adverse effect doesn’t mean a vaccine isn’t safe, and in some cases it may not be related to the inoculation at all. But ADRs help doctors, pharmaceutical companies and regulators monitor the impact of licensed drugs. They can identify misuse of a drug, compromised batches or simply side effects that need to be disclosed even if it doesn’t change the safety profile.

Effective monitoring is especially important given these vaccines will be released with less safety follow-up than is typical for widely used shots. Having a robust system to log, analyze and allow for prompt feedback from reported side effects is essential to ensuring public safety. Combined with clear communication, it will also be central to building confidence in the new vaccines.

In general, most side effects appear soon after an injection and remain only for a short period. A small percentage of people will experience them from any well-established vaccine, or even your typical pain relief medication. Most people are willing to accept that small level of risk for massive benefit — to their children and public health generally — from vaccination programs.

The UK’s Yellow Card system might receive one report per 1,000 immunizations. But if you dramatically increase the number of people being vaccinated, the amount of reported effects can be expected to increase proportionately. With Covid vaccines likely to go to the oldest and most vulnerable first, there may be even more ADRs reported than usual. Even if they aren’t related to the vaccine, they can spook the public.

The side-effect reports have the potential to be a gold mine for anti-vaxxers. Vaccine skepticism is higher in the US, but the UK bears the scars of the now thoroughly debunked linking of the MMR vaccine to autism. In a survey last week by the London Assembly Health Committee, only three in five respondents said they are likely to or will definitely get vaccinated; almost half of those who said they wouldn’t or might not do so cited lack of trust in government guidance or drug companies.

Such concerns aren’t entirely irrational. If vaccines have traditionally taken up to a decade to win approval, people wonder how can we trust the safety of one produced in a small fraction of the time.

One answer is that in the battle against Covid, no effort, brainpower or resource was spared. That intense, global competition has borne impressive fruit. The technology has also advanced so rapidly that past timetables aren’t a very good guide. The so-called messenger RNA technology used by the two leading inoculation candidates from Moderna Inc. and the partnership of Pfizer Inc. and BioNTech SE, is already revolutionizing vaccine development, as my colleague Max Nisen explains.

With all of this in mind, it’s vital governments educate the public about what they might expect. The side-effect profiles so far seem nothing to be concerned about. Still, they may be a bit harsher than a typical flu shot, which is the only reference point most of us have. If people know what to expect, they’ll be less likely to worry or flood hotlines.

These may well be modern day miracles, but as the saying goes, vaccines don’t save lives, vaccinations do. With vaccines expected to cover as much as a third of the population by the first part of next year, effective monitoring and total transparency will be essential if we are to defeat not just this pandemic, but the next one too.

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