Healthy Food

Digestive Health Food and Drinks Market 2021 Present Scenario on High Demand to 2031| Clover Industries, Danisco, Danone

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Jan 29, 2021 (MarketResearch.biz via Comtex) —
Market.us updated new market research study work on “Digestive Health Food and Drinks Market“, where users can benefit from the complete market research report with all the required useful information about this market. The report also focuses on the major driving trends and challenges that affect the market and the vendor landscape.

Today’s world facing two pandemics simultaneously such as health and economy. The global COVID-19 analysis on Digestive Health Food and Drinks market has been driven

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Healthy Food

Food Brands Exploring New Health Propositions for Targeting Consumers in Organic Pasta Market, Valuation to Clock CAGR of ~11% during 2019

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ALBANY, N.Y, Feb. 4, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — The health-conscious population is rising around the world, expanding the horizon for businesses in the food industries. Manufacturers of organic pasta and food products have expanded their offering with health ingredients especially targeted toward children. Organic pasta brands are keen on leveraging gluten-free, chemical, and whole grain ingredients to enhance the nutritional profile of their products. While both high-quality hard wheat and soft wheat mixtures are used, the former is losing its sheen due to its limited availability. Companies keen on unlocking new revenue streams in organic pasta market are adopting processes

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Healthy Diet

Ask the Doctors: Both probiotics and prebiotics key to healthy gut | Health, Medicine and Fitness

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Dear Doctor: My big New Year’s resolution was to get my gut into better shape. I’m not talking about a flat stomach — after having three kids, that ship has sailed — but about the gut microbiome. Do I need to take probiotics?

Dear Reader: Considering the abundance of foods and drinks with which many of us celebrate the weeks between Thanksgiving and Jan. 1, the new year is a logical and appropriate time for a gut reset. And, yes, we’re talking about the gut microbiome here, which is the collection of trillions of microorganisms that call our digestive tracts

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Healthy Lifestyle

Prince Harry launches new mental health project as he opens up about military life

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Prince Harry and William ‘advised’ by Prince Philip says expert

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Joining Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison, the Duke of Sussex helped launch Peak Fortem, an online resource for first responders. The programme intends to help workers work through stress and trauma, and is based off of a UK model. Harry and his brother Prince William have been outspoken on mental health, with the Sussex and Cambridge royals both committing to improving conversations around the subject.

Harry issued a statement in support of the new programme, and referenced his own experience in the military.

He said:

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Healthy Lifestyle

Coping Through COVID: A day in the life of a mental health specialist during the coronavirus pandemic

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CLEVELAND, Ohio — In April, six staff members at FrontLine Service tested positive for COVID-19. As a result, many of FrontLine’s workers made the sudden transition from holding face-to-face behavioral health appointments from the office to telehealth appointments out of their homes.

Hundreds of behavioral health workers in Cuyahoga County and beyond continue to deal with the stress and other challenges of seeing patients remotely during a pandemic that’s limited their access to people in need, and in some cases, creating a unique host of mental-health challenges.

“This work, some positions could be done more seamlessly in a remote setting,”

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Healthy Lifestyle

‘Fat but fit’ is a myth when it comes to heart health, new study shows

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“This has led to controversial proposals for health policies to prioritize physical activity and fitness above weight loss,” he said. “Our study sought to clarify the links between activity, body weight, and heart health.”

Researchers used data from 527,662 working adults from Spain insured by an occupational risk prevention company, with an average age of 42.

 

They were put into groups according to activity level and groups by body weight: 42% of participants were normal weight, with a body mass index (BMI) of 20-24.9; 41% were overweight, BMI 25-29.9; and 18% were obese, BMI 30 or above.

 

Then researchers looked

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Healthy Lifestyle

Early childhood development in conflict-affected countries is key to life-long health, wellbeing and prosperity, says WHO and partners

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The early years in a child’s life are critical in building a foundation for optimal development through a stable and nurturing environment. However, for infants and young children living in humanitarian settings, risks such as forced displacement, migration, malnutrition, limited access to health services and insecurity threaten their chances to survive and thrive.

In 2018, more than 29 million children were born into conflict-affected areas, and an estimated 43% of children under-5  years in low- and middle-income countries—inclusive of humanitarian contexts—are currently at risk of not reaching their developmental potential. As the number of crisis-affected people continues to rise, so

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Healthy Food

Consumers Energy, food banks and Grace Health partner to address food insecurity in Battle Creek

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Having access to quality food is important for maintaining a healthy lifestyle, but that’s a challenge for many people in Battle Creek. 

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Healthy Lifestyle

In a global pandemic, health care positions top “Best Jobs” list

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Nearly half of the nation’s top 100 jobs for 2021 are in health care, perhaps no surprise amid a worldwide pandemic that has been raging in the U.S. for almost a full year.

Forty-two of the 100 jobs included in U.S. News and World Report’s annual “Best Jobs” list this year fall under health care or health care support roles, like physician, dentist, anesthesiologist and occupational therapist.

“One thing the global pandemic has reinforced is the need and value of health care professionals,” Antonio Barbera, consumer advice editor at U.S. News said in a statement. “This year’s rankings

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Healthy Eating

Sleep, exercise, and healthy eating can boost young people’s mental health

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A new study conducted by researchers from the University of Otago highlighted three ways that consumers can boost their mental health: getting quality sleep, exercising, and eating more raw fruits and vegetables.

The researchers learned that young people who prioritized these three key areas were more likely to have better overall mental well-being, and they also reduced their likelihood of developing depression-related symptoms. 

“Sleep, physical activity, and a healthy diet can be thought of as three pillars of health, which could contribute to promoting optimal well-being among young adults, a population where the prevalence

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