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Dr. Nicole Avena Recommends Healthy-Living Tips in Honor of Mens Health Month – Yahoo Finance

According to Harvards Health Watch, men were three times more likely than women to have not seen a doctor in the previous year, and more than half of all men reported not having a physical exam or cholesterol test within the previous year. To help bridge the gender gap, National Mens Health Month was established to educate the public and encourage prevention and early disease for men. Nicole Avena, Ph.D., offers health and wellness tips to help empower men and their loved ones towards a healthier, happier life.

"During National Mens Health Month, I encourage men to take time to evaluate their health, and ensure they are doing all they can to take charge of their health," says Dr. Avena. "I recommend that they be proactive and either continue or start developing healthy routines, nutrition, and mindset."

Dr. Avena offers these simple tips for men to consider:

"Making mindful adjustments in ones lifestyles including diet modifications, physical activity, and a positive outlook can help make effective and lasting changes that will allow men to feel confident and in control of their health," adds Dr. Avena.

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Nutrition: Reliable online tools for healthy living – Duluth News Tribune

One of my least-favorite activities is deleting email from my ever-growing daily accumulations. Not the ones I receive from readers, mind you. These are the ones I never asked for that remind me daily of a special product or service that I most certainly may need.

Some messages I truly enjoy, however. Especially the Food and Nutrition Updates from the USDA Agricultural Research Library (yes, Im a nutrition nerd).

First, these emails arrive just once every 3 months. They dont try to sell me anything. And they give me trusted and reliable information based on sound science. I like that.

In a recent message from these food and nutrition experts, I received a great list of online nutrition tools and handy apps. And they are free!

Here is a partial list of what you will find when you open this page: https://www.nutrition.gov/topics/basic-nutrition/online-tools.

Start Simple with My Plate: Download this free app on your phone to help you set eating goals, track your progress and even celebrate your successes.

Foodkeeper: Should I toss those eggs that have been in my fridge for 6 weeks? Toss em, says this app. Properly refrigerated eggs in the shell should be consumed within 3 to 5 weeks. Download this app or access at https://www.foodsafety.gov/keep-food-safe/foodkeeper-app to look up safe storage for any food item.

Body Weight Planner: Want to lose a few pounds? Plug in your weight, sex, age, height and level of physical activity at https://www.niddk.nih.gov/bwp. Then put in your weight goal and if you intend to increase you daily exercise and by how much (be honest). This handy site will then calculate your daily calorie needs to reach your goal and even help you set measurable goals to get there in your desired amount of time.

Evaluate health information: I remember chuckling over a spoof that said, I lost $2000 on an internet weight loss plan. Ask me how! So how do we decipher the trusted information from the trash? Heres a reliable site from that can help: https://medlineplus.gov/evaluatinghealthinformation.html.

Herbs at a Glance: Find out the facts (and the science) behind herbal or botanical products at https://www.nccih.nih.gov/health/herbsataglance or download the free app called Herblist. Both sites are maintained by the National Center for Complementary Medicine and Integrative Health (NCCIH) and include facts sheets, safety and potential interactions with medications and other information.

Oh, and heres another fact I just learned. If you see an s after the http on a website address, it means the site is secure and the information you send or get through that site is private. Trusted websites usually have the https designation.

Barbara Quinn is a registered dietitian nutritionist affiliated with the Community Hospital of the Monterey Peninsula. Email her at to barbara@quinnessentialnutrition.com.

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Father’s Day 2020: Expert Gives 6 Health Tips That All Fathers Must Follow – Doctor NDTV

Father's Day 2020: Exercise regularly, go for routine health check-ups and manitain personal hygiene. Here are 6 health tips that all fathers must follow.

Father's Day 2020: It is important for fathers to exercise regularly

Father's Day 2020 is observed on June 21. All of us have seen the popular ad, where the child says, "my daddy strongest." Given the current circumstances the world is going through, it is important for fathers to be healthy, so that they can take care of their family during this difficult period. Spending more time at home due to work from home/ lockdown has led to a decrease in physical activity for a lot of men and that can have an adverse effect on their health. Here are some simple tips, which you can adopt to keep yourself healthy & fit for your family.

1. Daily dose of exercise:Hitting the gym is not the only way fathers can keep fit. There are a lot of simple exercise techniques which can be done while staying at home. Physical exercise is not only good for the body but also refreshes your mind and breaks the monotony while you are home. 4-5 thirty-minute sessions per week are a must to keep your body in shape

2. Do not keep your emotions bottled up: Fathers usually tend to keep all the problems to themselves and this can have an adverse effect on their mental and physical health. It is vital that during this tough period, we discuss whatever is going through our mind with our partners/ friends/ colleagues. If required, professional counselling services can also be availed online

3. Do not overeat: A lot of father's I interacted with have gained weight during the lock-down. This was due to a combination of over-eating and lack of physical activity. Although, your better halves would pamper you will all the delicacies they have learned during this period, you need to stick to a balanced healthy diet

4. Routine health checkups: One thing which I promised myself when I had my daughter last year was to get a preventive health check up done once every 6-8 months. These check-up's help in the early detection of a lot of lifestyle diseases and cancer at an early stage. In fact, this is something which one should gift themselves every year on their birthday after they turn 30

5. Maintain personal hygiene: We are bound to become lethargic and ignore personal hygiene since we are mostly at home these days. Wash your face at least twice a day using a facial cleanser or face wash, brush twice a day, floss and scrub your tongue at least once a day. Shave regularly and use beard grooming products appropriately. Apply lotion to your body and moisturize your lips. Do not feel shy in discussing with your medical professional on the habits you should practice basis your skin type

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Healthy Living: The pros and cons of a vegan diet – Longford Leader

There is a big trend at the moment for the vegan diet. The number of people choosing a vegan lifestyle has increased significantly over the last few years.

Some are doing it with animal welfare and our planet in mind as a vegan diet is less of a drain on the environment compared to a meat and dairy diet.

Others are doing it for the health benefits which are numerous. A vegan diet has been shown to be helpful for some health conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis and multiple sclerosis, and a meat free diet may help to lower your cholesterol and blood pressure.

This may be because Vegan diets tend to include a lot more fruit and vegetables which are rich in vitamins and minerals and high in fibre.

Eating more fruit and vegetables can decrease the risk of diseases such as bowel cancer. Vegans also tend to eat more wholegrains, soy and nuts, all of which can help to protect your heart.

Of course with any strict diet or lifestyle change comes disadvantages and the vegan diet is no different.

One of the common problems seen with a vegan diet, especially those who are doing it for environmental and animal welfare reasons and not for the benefits to their health, is they become reliant on highly processed vegan products.

Going vegan doesnt automatically mean you have a healthy diet. You could be a vegan and still have chips, biscuits, sweets and alcohol every day. Its important to remember that there is a vegan alternative out there for every junk food!

So lets take a closer look at things to be mindful of on a vegan diet.

* Some people who go on a vegan diet become over reliant on processed food. They replace milk, cheese and meat with foods manufactured to look and taste as though they are the real thing. In order for food manufactures to replicate the taste and texture of these animal products, they use non-foodstuff, including stabilisers, gums, thickeners and highly processed protein extracts.

Moreover, you may be counting your vegan cheese in as a source of protein, when many of them are actually made from carbs.

* Vegan diets do not provide the fat soluble vitamins A & D.

Although you may be led to believe you get vitamin A from carrots, you dont. What you do get from carrots is the precursor to vitamin A, which is beta carotene, and yes although you can convert beta carotene into vitamin A this conversion is quite insignificant.

It would take a massive amount of carotene to convert to equal amounts of vitamin A. And this conversion wont happen at all if you have impaired digestion, low thyroid function or a lack of health fats in this diet.

Remember vitamin A & D are fat soluble vitamins so they wont be absorbed if the diet is low in healthy fats.

* It has been shown that vegans are often low in B12 which comes primarily from animal foods.

Contrary to popular belief, theres no reliable plant source of vitamin B12. You need to pay attention to this nutrient, as it helps to keep your blood and nerve cells healthy. It also protects your all-important DNA.

Low B12 can also lead to raised levels of the amino acid homocysteine. Raised levels of homocysteine have been shown to be a risk factor for cardiovascular disease and dementia. If you are planning to start a vegan diet or already on one, you may benefit from taking a high-quality B-12 supplement.

* Along with iron, vitamin D, vitamin A and omega-3 fatty acids, calcium is another nutrient thats likely to be low on an exclusively vegan diet.

This essential mineral not only maintains strong bones and teeth, but it also contributes to normal metabolism. Luckily there are some excellent plant sources of calcium such as, broccoli, kale, rocket, soybeans, chickpeas, beans and fortified non-dairy milks to name a few.

* Protein sources are plentiful in a vegan diet and can be got through nuts, seeds, grains, lentils and soybeans, however it is important to remember that plant protein is not a complete protein as no one source contains all the essential amino acids. However with careful meal planning you can overcome this by combining different sources to make a complete protein, for example combining rice and beans will give you all the essential amino acids.

* Like protein, there are plentiful sources of iron in a vegan diet. However plant sources of iron are not as well absorbed as it is from animal sources, which is the most bioavailable form of iron.

The same can be said for Zinc which, although plentiful in the vegan diet bioavailability, is reduced.

As with any diet, variety and food choices are important. The vegan diet has many health benefits but it is also possible to have a very unhealthy vegan diet if you choose to swap animal products for highly processed alternatives, which lets face it arent actually food but products made in a factory!

If it came from a plant, eat it;

If it was made in a plant, dont.

Michael Pollan

Are you a vegan but worried about not getting all your nutrients or are you thinking of trying a vegan diet but dont know where to start? Get in touch and make an appointment and let me guide you on how to get the balance right. There is no time like the present!

My clinic is back open and I am taking bookings for new and existing clients, so just pop me a message if you would like to schedule an appointment. Contact details below.

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Government attacked for ignoring expert advice on nutrition in food parcels – The Guardian

The government has been accused of a shocking disregard for the basic nutrition of the most vulnerable members of society during the pandemic by a group of leading food policy academics.

A letter written by Tim Lang, professor of food policy at Londons City University, was sent early in the Covid-19 crisis to George Eustice, secretary of state for the environment, food and rural affairs, and Duncan Selbie, chief executive of Public Health England.

It called for the creation of an expert committee on food and nutrition to oversee the contents of food packages sent to 1.5 million people required to shield during the pandemicand to the 1.3 million children eligible for free school meals. The letter was co-signed by Erik Millstone, emeritus professor of science policy at the University of Sussex, and Terry Marsden of Cardiff University. They proposed a committee that would mirror the work of Sage, the Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies, which has informed government policy throughout the crisis.

In its response Defra said that PHE is responsible for the health of the public and the effect of nutrition on our immune system. In turn, PHE replied that the matters raised were for ministers. In effect, neither arm of government believes itself responsible for overseeing nutrition.

Lang described the response as shocking. It shows a troubling failure to put nutrition right at the heart of policy. Its stupid and shows a poor understanding of how inequalities get accentuated in a crisis, he said.

Many of those receiving the free food packages, provided by food service companies Brakes and Bidfood, noted that while they contained fresh fruit and vegetables, they were heavy on simple carbohydrates and low in protein. As schools closed and children eligible for free school meals were given food service company parcels, concerns were also raised about their contents.

Peter Overton, a primary school head teacher in Bristol, posted a picture of one to Twitter, describing it as shameful. The bulk of it was crisps, chocolate biscuits, a loaf of cheap bread, and a block of fat marked for cooking only.

Earlier this month Northumbria Universitys Healthy Living Lab reported a massive decrease in fruit and vegetable intake among pupils eligible for free school meals. Just over half of the children studied said they had eaten no fruit or vegetables in a three-day period after the introduction of lockdown.

Funding for free school meals is now through a weekly 15 voucher per child, which can be spent at nominated retailers. Last week a campaign by Manchester United and England footballer Marcus Rashford forced the government to extend the policy over the summer holiday. While this U-turn was welcomed by child poverty campaigners, there is mounting concern about the nutritional value of the food being eaten by the poorest families.

There has been a real danger that without some sort of oversight we lose focus on basic nutrition, said Naomi Duncan, chief executive of Chefs in Schools, a charity working to improve school meals, which is supporting 850 families during the crisis. The voucher scheme is a financial solution, not a nutritional solution. Theres been a 30-year struggle to get better nutrition at the heart of school food provision and there is a risk of that being lost, she said.

In its response to Lang, Defra argued that leading supermarkets are working to ensure people have the food and products they need. Lang describes this as the key to the problem. Its the leave-it-to-Tesco approach, he said. It shows the weakness of Public Health England.

In a statement PHE said that any decisions about establishing an advisory committee on nutrition would be for ministers to take. Defra declined to comment.

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Exactly How Bianca Lawson, 41, Is Seemingly Aging In Reverse – Women’s Health

Bianca Lawson's been playing a teenager on screen since 1993 and it's really no surprise why. With roles in Save The Last Dance, Buffy The Vampire Slayer, Saved By The Bell and Pretty Little Liars, the 41-year-old, blessed with youthful skin, had us all fooled.

Now, when it comes to how shes managed to do this, her fans have their theories. From her locating the fountain of youth to unicorn tears, theyre convinced Biancas complexion can only be thanks to some mystical secret no one else can get their hands on. And while Bianca hasnt technically refuted these supernatural hunches, she has opened up about the more attainable ways she gets her skin looking so good. Instead of regular facials or falling into trendy beauty traps, the actress mostly credits holy grail drugstore products she's been using for years.

"Ive been using the same products since high school. I feel like the more you leave yourself alone, the better. When people are constantly changing products and doing what the new thing isit drives your skin, hair and body crazy. Stick with whats working and listen to your body, Bianca told Vibe.

Sounds easy enough, right? Ahead, everything Bianca Lawson does to look like that.

"I absolutely do not think expensive equals better. Usually, its actually the opposite," Bianca told FabFitFun. "I honestly have better results with the less expensive stuffthe simpler the better." The Queen Sugar star is all about drugstore finds including Cetaphil's Gentle Skin Cleanser and Cetaphil creamwhich she keeps handy in her purse to treat her "really sensitive and dry skin."

Like many celebs, Bianca chalks up her beautiful skin to staying hydrated. "Ive always been a water drinker. My mom never had soda and stuff in the house," she told Vibe. Water makes a big difference in skin health, Rachel Nazarian, MD, a board-certified dermatologist at the Schweiger Dermatology Group in New York City and an assistant clinical professor of dermatology at Mount Sinai Hospital previously told Women's Health. Without adequate water intake, skin appears duller, and wrinkles and pores more prominent." In other words, it's a biggie when it comes to anti-aging. Water can also balance out the amount oil in the skin which helps keeps pores from getting clogged and blemishes from making an appearence.

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To keep herself looking and feeling youthful, Bianca focuses on enjoying life and dedicating herself to her passion, according to Black Girl Nerds. More than skincare products, she believes youth is a mentality that can affect how you look. For Bianca, that means "living a healthy lifestyle, staying out of trouble, and keeping things very simple." She doesn't have any vices to report, she keeps away from coffee, sticks to tea, natural sweeteners, and fills up on greek yogurt for her protein fix, according to FabFitFun. Taking care of her body, engaging in life, and feeling fulfilled is a must.

"Interestingly, makeup artists used to put way more makeup on me when I was younger," Bianca told FabFitFun. "Now I actually wear far less makeup, which I prefer. I hate having tons of makeup on, and I pretty much never wear make-up in my day to day life." But when she does, Bianca says she uses Neutrogena Oil-free Eye Makeup Remover to breakdown the products she's worn all day long.

If you dont remove your makeup at night, everything thats been sitting on your face all day long can contaminate your skin and clog your pores, makeup artist Adriana Aude previously told Women's Health. The process also wipes away free radicals that can speed up aging.

On more than one occasion, Bianca's discussed having great genes. The rest of her familywhich includes mother actress Denise Gordy and father actor Richard Lawson looking this good too is a "huge factor," she told Vibe.

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Taking Care Of Your Gut Is Key To Stronger Immunity – The Star Online

The Covid-19 pandemic has turned the world upside down, bringing about an unprecedented new world order. We are all plagued by uncertainty, knowing that things will never be the same as they were before. However, there are things we can do to stay in control.

The World Digestive Health Day 2020 is a reminder for us to take care of our gut. We have all heard of the saying health is wealth. If the body is a temple, then the gut is the foundation of that temple.

Hippocrates once said that all disease begins in the gut. Housing trillions of both good and bad bacteria, the composition of bacteria in the gut environment, known as the microbiome, greatly affects both physical and mental well-being.

Understanding Gut Bacteria

The good bacteria known as probiotics, work with our cells to keep us healthy. Apart from discouraging and fighting off harmful, invading organisms, the good bacteria also work to support our digestion, nutrient absorption and immune system.

Studies have also indicated that mental health and emotions are closely linked to gut health. We have already established that good gut health is the cornerstone of good health, but what is the key to good gut health?

Just as how Malaysians have adapted to the new normal of social distancing and the wearing of face masks, we need to take the necessary steps to maintain good gut health. Photo: Cotra Enterprise Sdn Bhd

The term probiotics is nothing new today. Thanks to its function of restoring gut bacteria to healthy levels, probiotics have increased in popularity in recent years.

In 2017, a local landmark clinical research conducted by Pusat Perubatan Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia titled Modulation Of Intestinal Dysbiosis In Patients With Constipation-Predominant Irritable Bowel Syndrome Using Lactobacillus-Containing Cultured Milk Drink and published in Clinical Gastroenterology in 2018, demonstrated the efficacy of two probiotic strains Lactobacillus acidophilus and Lactobacillus paracasei which are found in Vitagen, to have a positive impact on gut health and the immune system.

Statistically speaking, 96% of respondents showed significant improvement in relieving constipation while 45% of respondents required a shorter time to defecate. The study also showed that by consuming the probiotics contained in Vitagen, the body produces less pro-inflammatory chemicals, which reduces inflammation and enhances the immune system.

Reality Check To Managing Our Lifestyles

It goes without saying that living a healthy lifestyle is our single best defence against harmful bacteria and viruses. Every part of the body can benefit from a healthy diet, sufficient sleep and a positive, stress-free environment all of which help promote a stronger immune system that stems from the gut.

Malaysians are constantly surrounded by unhealthy food options, so it is crucial to boost gut health with probiotics and foods that will naturally help build up our immune systems. Photo: Cotra Enterprise Sdn Bhd

However, it is not always easy to stay healthy. We are all guilty of excessively eating unhealthy foods, sometimes on a regular basis. Add a sedentary lifestyle to the mix and it is likely that you are increasing your risk of developing various digestive disorders or diseases such as inflammatory bowel disease and many non-communicable diseases such as hypertension and heart disease.

For many, the pandemic is a wake-up call to start taking health seriously. We need to stop abusing our bodies and start boosting our gut health with probiotics and foods that will naturally help build up our immune systems.

Daily consumption of probiotics is easy with Vitagen. It is delicious to drink and contains billions of live probiotic cultures that are clinically proven to be beneficial to gut health. It is recommended that you take at least two bottles of Vitagen daily for best results.

Vitagen contains two beneficial probiotic strains to boost gut health and help prevent disease. Photo: Cotra Enterprise Sdn Bhd

This new normal that we are facing may last for quite some time. We have all been inundated with enough information on the seriousness of this pandemic, but how many of us are actually doing something about it from a health standpoint? We need to ponder this question.

In every crisis, there is opportunity. We have two options: one is to go back to our old, unhealthy ways and take life for granted. The second is to re-evaluate our habits and cultivate new, healthy ones that will stay with us for life. Without our health, we are nothing, and that is something that should never be taken for granted.

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Gut reaction: How the gut microbiome may influence the severity of COVID-19 – The Conversation CA

The risk of severe COVID-19 infection is more common in those with high blood pressure, diabetes and obesity, conditions that are all associated with changes to the composition of the gut microbiome the community of bacteria, viruses and fungi that live in the intestines. This raises the question of whether the gut microbiome has a role in dictating COVID-19 severity.

Lets recap what we know about COVID-19. COVID-19 is a new disease caused by a very contagious virus called SARS-CoV-2.

In most infected individuals, the virus does not cause serious illness. However, it causes a very serious respiratory disease and even death in a minority of patients. Through many studies of people with COVID-19 over the past few months, we have learned what characteristics are more likely to be linked to mild versus severe forms of the disease.

Children and young adults are less likely to develop symptomatic COVID-19, although infection readily occurs in young people with equally high viral loads in the airway, suggesting that they can certainly infect others. In contrast, people of older age and those with pre-existing chronic conditions are highly at risk and very likely develop symptomatic, severe disease.

If we consider the gradient of severity of the disease, children are at one end, and the elderly and patients with chronic conditions are at the other end.

The information collected by researchers from many countries all points to similar characteristics and health conditions that are more commonly seen in patients with severe disease. These include older age, high blood pressure, diabetes and obesity.

The strength of these associations is even more prominent among younger individuals, as younger patients with obesity and diabetes are more likely to have serious disease.

In New York City, 5,279 patients tested positive for COVID-19 between March 1 and April 8, 2020. Of these, 22.6 per cent had diabetes and 35.3 per cent were obese.

Obesity was associated with an increased rate of hospital admission and critical illness. Similar findings were provided by investigators in the United Kingdom about the outbreak in Britain, where obese patients were twice as likely to develop severe disease.

Do these findings raise the possibility that the mechanisms underlying high blood pressure, diabetes and obesity may help explain why these conditions lead to severe COVID-19 disease? Before exploring this question, lets zoom in on cellular and molecular mechanisms known to be involved in COVID-19 disease.

When the virus enters the body, it mostly goes to the airways and the gastrointestinal tract. The virus then binds to specific receptors present on the surface of epithelial cells to enter these cells. Viral replication within the cells leads to cell damage and cell death. This results in the release of specific signalling molecules that alert the local immune system.

Armies of immune cells are then dispatched to initiate an antiviral response. Some of these cells are specialized to locate and identify the virus, while others mount a specific immune attack. The immune response results in the release of cytokines, chemokines and antibodies, which in many cases can defeat the virus, and the patient recovers.

Sometimes the immune system is dangerously at high alert and overreacts. In this case, the immune cells mount an especially strong inflammatory response one that goes beyond what is required to kill the virus. This extra-strong attack releases cytokines and chemokines on a massive scale throughout the body, resulting in a cytokine storm, which causes widespread inflammation and tissue damage in patients with severe COVID-19.

One of the reasons for an abnormal, overreactive immune response lies in the gastrointestinal tract. Millions of interactions are constantly occurring between the immune system and trillions of non-dangerous microbes that live within the body. These interactions educate the immune system in how to function and, importantly, in how not to overreact to infectious microbes. Could this help explain why some people are more likely to develop uncontrolled inflammation upon COVID-19 infection?

The gut microbiome is the community of micro-organisms living inside the gastrointestinal tract, mostly in the large bowel. The microbiome contains bacteria, fungi (yeast), viruses and protozoa, all of which contribute to maintaining a balanced ecosystem and human health. These microbes collectively perform many beneficial functions, including educating the immune system.

When studying the microbiome, scientists examine the composition (what is there) and function (what are they doing) of this ecosystem. We have learned that both composition and function of the gut microbiome are important features linked to human health. In certain conditions, the balance of the gut microbiome composition and function is disrupted in a way that leads to disease, a phenomenon called microbiome dysbiosis.

There is accumulating evidence from animal and human studies that gut microbiome dysbiosis has a causal role in metabolism dysregulation manifested as diabetes and obesity the risk factors of severe COVID-19 disease.

The gut microbiome regulates host defences against viral infections including respiratory viruses, such as influenza virus. This occurs through the activation of immune antiviral mechanisms and the prevention of excessive inflammation.

Different species of the gut microbiome have pro- or anti-inflammatory properties and play different roles in regulating the immune system. In the context of COVID-19, a recent preprint study (not yet peer reviewed) showed that specific members of the gut microbiome were associated with severe disease and with immune markers known to be elevated in severe disease. The association of these gut bacteria with the immune markers was even higher than that of the known risk factors of COVID-19 severity: age and obesity.

Further work is needed to confirm that pro-inflammatory microbial species can contribute to the immune responses that make severe COVID-19 more likely, but based on what we know about the microbiome, this is certainly a possibility. This also could mean that beneficial gut microbiome species, the type that promote low inflammation, have the potential to prevent or remediate the immune alterations that lead to severe COVID-19.

The research community is working very hard to develop and test safe and effective vaccines and treatments against COVID-19. Tapping into the potential of the gut microbiome is another avenue that we can pursue to identify potential safe and affordable probiotics for prevention and treatment. This is not unprecedented in the context of viral respiratory diseases: probiotics and prebiotics can affect the immune response to the flu vaccine, and may improve outcomes in flu-like illnesses.

Until effective treatments are available, mind your microbes and maintain a healthy lifestyle.

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Testosterone Replacement Therapy Market: Global Industry Trends, Share, Size, Growth, Opportunity and Forecast 2020-2026 – Cole of Duty

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The global Testosterone Replacement Therapy market is divided into different market segments according to different parameters. This smaller segmentation enables greater control and accuracy over the data collected. The report segments that market into smaller regions based on locations around the world. These different regions include Asia-pacific, North America, South America, the Middle East, Africa, and Europe. This segmentation also presents the market share occupied by each of these regions and categorizes them based on the ones that have the largest global market share. The scope of growth of these different regions is also presented in the report for the forecast period from the year 2016 to the year 2026.

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Research Methodology:-

The data used to compile the Testosterone Replacement Therapy market report has been collected from different primary and secondary sources. This data has to then be analyzed to verify the accuracy while also being error-free. The data is analyzed according to different parameters, one of which is the SWOT analysis. The data is analyzed to identify the strengths and weaknesses of different companies along with the opportunities that can be exploited and the threats that they face from different directions and opponents.

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Key Players:

The global Testosterone Replacement Therapy market report identifies different companies that occupy a large market share in the Testosterone Replacement Therapy market. These companies are then subjected to a comprehensive analysis to identify different parameters that have contributed to the growth of the market. The popular trends that these companies use to increase the market share that they occupy are also identified. The different advancements in manufacturing technology that has enabled them to gain an edge over other competitors are also listed. The data related to each of the companies has been presented from the year 2016 to the year 2026 and is predicted for the forecast period from the year 2016 to the year 2026.

Market Analysis by Regions:

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Testosterone Replacement Therapy Market Research: Global Status & Forecast by Geography, Type & Application (2016-2026)

In 2019, the global Testosterone Replacement Therapy Market size was US$ xx million and it is expected to reach US$ xx million by the end of 2026, with a CAGR of xx% during 2021-2026.

Testosterone Replacement Therapy Market is segmented by Type, and by Application. Players, stakeholders, and other participants in the global Testosterone Replacement Therapy Market will be able to gain the upper hand as they use the report as a powerful resource. The segmental analysis focuses on revenue and forecast by Type and by Application in terms of revenue and forecast for the period 2015-2026.The Report scope furnishes with vital statistics about the current market status and manufacturers. It analyzes the in-depth business by considering different aspects, direction for companies, and strategy in the industry.

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The report additionally provides a pest analysis of all five along with the SWOT analysis for all companies profiled in the report. The report also consists of various company profiles and their key players; it also includes the competitive scenario, opportunities, and market of geographic regions. The regional outlook on the Testosterone Replacement Therapy Market covers areas such as Europe, Asia, China, India, North America, and the rest of the globe.

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Top key players @ Endo International, AbbVie, Eli lilly, Pfizer, Actavis (Allergan), Bayer, Novartis, Teva, Mylan, Upsher-Smith, Ferring Pharmaceuticals, Kyowa Kirin, and Acerus Pharmaceuticals

The main goal for the dissemination of this information is to give a descriptive analysis of how the trends could potentially affect the upcoming future of Testosterone Replacement Therapy Market during the forecast period. This markets competitive manufactures and the upcoming manufactures are studied with their detailed research. Revenue, production, price, market share of these players is mentioned with precise information.

Global Testosterone Replacement Therapy Market: Regional Segment Analysis

This report provides pinpoint analysis for changing competitive dynamics. It offers a forward-looking perspective on different factors driving or limiting market growth. It provides a five-year forecast assessed on the basis of how they Testosterone Replacement Therapy Market is predicted to grow. It helps in understanding the key product segments and their future and helps in making informed business decisions by having complete insights of market and by making in-depth analysis of market segments.

Key questions answered in the report include:

What will the market size and the growth rate be in 2026?

What are the key factors driving the Global Testosterone Replacement Therapy Market?

What are the key market trends impacting the growth of the Global Testosterone Replacement Therapy Market?

What are the challenges to market growth?

Who are the key vendors in the Global Testosterone Replacement Therapy Market?

What are the market opportunities and threats faced by the vendors in the Global Testosterone Replacement Therapy Market?

Trending factors influencing the market shares of the Americas, APAC, Europe, and MEA.

The report includes six parts, dealing with:

1.) Basic information;

2.) The Asia Testosterone Replacement Therapy Market;

3.) The North American Testosterone Replacement Therapy Market;

4.) The European Testosterone Replacement Therapy Market;

5.) Market entry and investment feasibility;

6.) The report conclusion.

All the research report is made by using two techniques that are Primary and secondary research. There are various dynamic features of the business, like client need and feedback from the customers. Before (company name) curate any report, it has studied in-depth from all dynamic aspects such as industrial structure, application, classification, and definition.

The report focuses on some very essential points and gives a piece of full information about Revenue, production, price, and market share.

Testosterone Replacement Therapy Market report will enlist all sections and research for each and every point without showing any indeterminate of the company.

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It provides pin point analysis of changing competition dynamics and keeps you ahead of competitors

It helps in making informed business decisions by having complete insights of market and by making in-depth analysis of market segments

TABLE OF CONTENT:

1 Report Overview

2 Global Growth Trends

3 Market Share by Key Players

4 Breakdown Data by Type and Application

5 United States

6 Europe

7 China

8 Japan

9 Southeast Asia

10 India

11 Central & South America

12 International Players Profiles

13 Market Forecast 2019-2025

14 Analysts Viewpoints/Conclusions

15 Appendix

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