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  1. We often hear people in India forcing their friends who don't drink scotch, beer, vodka or any other alcoholic beverage, to give red wine a shot. The reason they give is that it's 'good for health'. In fact, we all have also heard the same statement quite often, thanks to the Internet. So, let's get into the true story behind this haywire talk that has deceived many. Wine is actually an alcoholic drink, made from fermented grapes, and is considered a relatively healthier option compared to other alcoholic beverages, because of the presence of certain healthy compounds in it. Generally, the colour of the wines we have is either red or white, but there can be various shades of the two colours. Red wine is considered to be more beneficial of the two. © Thinkstock The Roots Of Wine According to the 2011 study in the Journal of Enology and Viticulture, by J. M. Guilford & J. M. Pezzuto, “It has been estimated that the medicinal use of wine dates back to 2200BC, making it the oldest known medicine. Historically, wine has been used as an antiseptic, a painkiller, and to treat dermatological conditions and diges­tive disorders… There is also a large body of evidence that supports the health benefits derived from grapes, grape juice, and grape seed extract (GSE). These products have been used to treat a variety of conditions, including cancer, cardiovascular dis­ease, ischemic stroke, neurodegenerative disorders, aging, hy­pertension, hyperlipidemia, and dental caries… Although the chemical constituents of grapes and wine vary to some degree, similar therapeutic effects have been attributed to wine. Some investigators believe these benefits may actually be enhanced in wine, perhaps due to additive effects with the alcohol component of wine and/or to an increased bioavailability of wine polyphenols as a result of the fermentation process.” What's Resveratrol And The Myth Surrounding It © Thinkstock The major hue and cry, when it comes to red wine and health benefits are from the polyphenolic compound found in grapes (especially red wine) called resveratrol. Wine is vulnerable to fairly rapid destruction by light and oxygen, the fact that wine is stored in air-tight, cool conditions away from sunlight protects the resveratrol content. Only immediately after a bottle of wine is opened is the maximum resveratrol potency available. Since making wine also involves the potential damage from alcohol and preservatives, many people prefer a dietary supplement source. Resveratrol, according to a 2006 study in the journal Current Drug Targets, by a research team led by French Researcher D. Delmas, is a plant toxin, which is produced in the grape skin, to protect itself from infection from a plant pathogen named Botrytis Cinerea. Resveratrol is also found in other fruits and berries like raspberry, acai berry, plums, tomatoes, peanuts and peanut products like peanut butter, and supplements like Grape Seed Extract etc. In a 2004 study in the Journal of Drug, Metabolism, and Disposition, T. Walle and fellow researchers, found that resveratrol has a high absorption rate but low bioavailability in the human body, especially from oral ingestion. Most of the oral resveratrol taken during the study was found to pass out of the body through urine and very less amount was found in the body for use. Before You Have Enough Resveratrol From Drinking Wine, You Will Die Of Alcohol Poisoning © Thinkstock What one needs to focus is on the fact that 500mg of resveratrol, which has been used in many of the studies, equates to almost 40 litres of wine. If you try your hand on this amount of wine, you would probably die of alcohol poisoning, before you could even think of any health benefits. One would need to drink roughly 1300 glasses of red wine every day to match the resveratrol content from the studies. According to the research by examine.com, “There appears to be no difference between the resveratrol in food and wine compared to capsule form. However, resveratrol has low bioavailability anyways at around 10% of the ingested dose being bioactive.” Now, having a drink or two of Red wine or for that matter, any alcoholic beverage is not the issue. There is no need to convince yourself or anybody, why you like to booze. The aim is to stay in moderation when drinking, and not to worry about health benefits the drink can incur. So, shut your 'Internet fitness freak friend' up and make him read this.
  2. Foreign Office Spokesperson Dr Muhammad Faisal on Thursday, June 21, 2018, said Pakistan does not differentiate between 'good and bad Taliban.' Photo: Geo News file ISLAMABAD: Foreign Office Spokesperson Dr Muhammad Faisal on Thursday said...
  3. 'Assassin's Creed' needed a long-awaited reboot that we finally got with 'Origins'. It explored new avenues in storytelling and also featured a fresh combat system. The same can be said about the upcoming 'Assasin's Creed Odyssey', however, it has something more in store. The game has been in development for almost three years and Ubisoft Quebec has transformed the franchise into a proper RPG. From the E3 gameplay teaser, we could derive that the game has taken cues from the Witcher franchise, specifically Wither 3. © Ubisoft We now have a branching dialogue that will make the game more immersive than ever before and even introduces us to quest choices, which were not that fledged in previous games. There are consequences tied to each decision you take and Ancient Greece will look more believable thanks to these new changes. © Ubisoft In a YouTube gameplay video, we say the protagonist assigned a side-quest. You can play as Kassandra or Alexios where you are tasked by Socrates to handle a prisoner situation. After completing the mission, you will either have the choice to save him or kill him. The prisoner is known to be a renegade, however, will also be a valuable asset to the rebellion. It will be up to you as a player to take a decision that will have decisive consequence. For example, in this gameplay session, the player chose to save the prisoner, who in turn went on a rampage and assassinated an ally. It was a consequence that nobody would have predicted and this exact set piece is why this year's 'Assassin's Creed' will be different. © Ubisoft Let's not forget, we still have the traditional 'Assassin's Creed' mechanics on top of everything we've talked about so far. You will still be able to climb buildings, do stealth assassinations and hide in bushes. The combat system is almost similar to 'Origins' and you even have a more detailed skill tree this time around. This is the first time Ubisoft has adopted RPG elements to the 'Assassin's Creed' franchise and we hope the bold move works in the game's favour.
  4. Representational image. Photo: FileEven if marriage is sometimes more a bed of nails than roses, living into old age with a partner may help ward off heart disease and stroke, researchers said Tuesday.A sweeping survey of research conducted over...
  5. Humans have carried loads ever since existence. Be it primitive weapons to hunt or to carry a dead animal, we were built to pick up weight and walk. Even today, we do the same. We pick our bags, grocery, babies and what not. Only that the loads have gotten way too lighter and more than that, we look for easier ways to move heavy loads. This has resulted in something I term as 'strength leaks'. A strength leak happens when you think you are strong but fail at real life (outside of the gym) instances of moving heavy weights from point A to B. While you can be really good at heavy dead-lifting, rowing and squatting, you might just not fare well in a loaded carry or farmer's walk. Here's a challenge that you can take up to first judge and then improve your strength. Let The Old School Carry Teach You © YouTube Just like the deadlifts, loaded carry is one movement that works the body as a whole. Moreover, it teaches you to be mobile under heavy loads. If that doesn't scream pure strength training, I don't know what does. You train your grip strength, core strength and stability, traps and the entire posterior chain. The Challenge 1) Get two dumbbells or kettle bells each weighing half of your body weight. So if you are 70 kilos, each piece should be 35 kilos. 2) Find a clear patch at the gym or just take this outdoors. A lot of new gyms also have separate sled pushing tracks too. Use those. 3) Now hold both the dumbbells and walk while carrying them for 30 seconds. Cover as much distance as you can. 4) At 30 seconds, drop the weights. Rest for 20 seconds. 5) Pick the weights back up and now walk for 40 seconds. With every round, the time to hold and walk goes up by 10 seconds. Rest time remains 20 seconds flat. 6) Repeat till the time you can't do it anymore. What Your Aim Should Be © YouTube Your goal here is to progress not only with weight but with the time you carried them for, as well. Either way, if you can carry the same weight for longer duration and more distance or more weight for same distance, you are progressing.
  6. It is Eid, and 'Race 3' has finally hit the theatres. While we are busy minding our own business, when a ton of A-listers gather together we make that our business. The star studded 'Race 3' screening saw all the who's who of Bollywood come up to show their support. We bring you the latest pictures of who was wearing what and how. Take a look for yourself and see and decide who looks yay or nay. Salman Khan First off, the Bhai himself. Salman Khan showed up in what can be called the only colour he has in his wardrobe- black. Wearing a black round neck T-shirt paired with cargo style pants(with multiple zippers), Salman finished the look with black shoes and his lucky bracelet. © Viral Bhayani Anil Kapoor Daddy Cool Anil Kapoor showed up wearing navy blue polo T-shirt with dark-wash jeans (washed at the knees) and Ascis white shoes.He finished the look with a blue jumper style jacket. © Viral Bhayani Bobby Deol Bobby's Gucci Black Cat print T-shirt is just lit AF. Combine it with those white distressed jeans and grey boots, and well, Bobby seems to be making a fashionable comeback! © Viral Bhayani Saqib Saleem The youngest star of the ensemble, Saqib was seen wearing a white round neck T-shirt with blue ripped jeans and black slip on shoes. Talk about scribble artwork, Saqib just wore it with that white open shirt . © Viral Bhayani Remo D'souza Direct Remo's all black T-shirt and Jeans look was completed with a denim jacket and brown rugged boots. Don't forget the director's black hat on top. © Viral Bhayani Sohail Khan Sohail looked like a college dude with that grey round neck T-shirt with green sleeves tucked inside those ripped jeans and boy sneakers. © Viral Bhayani Aayush Sharma Bollywood newbie Aayush's black jacket with that red hood and those Alexander McQueen sneakers are the only things that got us gawking. © Viral Bhayani Kartik Aaryan Kartik showed up wearing an encore T-shirt as seen on Bobby. Though he paired it with blue jeans, white sneakers and a denim shirt on top, we can't help but wonder what happened when Bobby and Kartik saw each other! © Viral Bhayani Ajay Devgn Ajay looked rather regal in a black kurta with white pathani salwar and juti-style sandals. Ajay surely dressed up for the screening! © Viral Bhayani
  7. I am sure that you're aware of the fact that your body needs the energy to digest the food that you eat. Therefore, your body burns calories while it makes an effort to digest it. So, wouldn't it make more sense to consume more 'calorie-less' foods if your target is to lose fat and weight? After all, the more calorie deficit you create, the more reason you give your body to utilize all the stored fat reserves in the body. Though there isn't any food item that has zero calories as such, there are certain food items that have less number of calories than what your body needs to burn. Following is the list of such food items: 1) Beets © Pixabay Easily available at your nearby vegetable market, beets serve as a very good option to be taken as a part of a salad or to prepare them as cooked vegetables. Beets have only 55 calories per cup of around 130 grams. A cup of beets is enough to douse your hunger pangs for some time, while hardly adding anything to your calorie intake for the day. 2) Carrots © Pixabay Available in two colors, orange and red, carrots have only 50 calories in a serving of about 120 grams. A one-cup serving of carrots also fulfills your daily requirement of vitamin A by more than a hundred percent. Carrots can also be used as part of regular green salads or could be cooked with other vegetables. 3) Cucumbers © Pixabay This vegetable is consumed on a large scale in urban as well as rural areas, due to its easy availability and low pricing. Since they are mostly water, a single serving of cucumber gives you only 10 calories from 50 grams of cucumber. You can use them as a side dish with your other food items to increase the satiety index of the food, while keeping your calorie intake in check. 4) Iceberg Lettuce © Pixabay A standard for every Caesar salad, lettuce is one of the healthiest calorie-less food items. It is rich in vitamin A, K and also has good folate content in it. A single bowl serving of around 70 grams of lettuce has only 10 calories. Lettuce can easily be added to salads and sandwiches and offers great taste too. 5) Mushrooms © Pixabay A meat substitute for vegetarians, mushrooms can be cooked in various delicious ways. A cup of 70 grams of a serving of mushrooms gives you only 15 calories. Its easy availability also makes it a good choice for diet conscious people. 6) Zucchini © Pixabay Another low-calorie vegetable that's commonly used in soups and salads; Zucchini has only 15 calories in one serving of 120 grams. It can also be used in preparing sandwiches to enhance the flavor or can be added in chicken Caesar or veg Caesar salads. 7) Spinach © Pixabay Spinach has a good amount of Vitamin K, A and folate and is also high in protein than the majority of the green vegetables out there. Two cups of serving of spinach weighing around 100 grams have only about 25 calories. Spinach can be cooked with cottage cheese as part of gravy dishes or can be consumed in the form of soups. Make sure that you follow a structured diet along with the above food items in your daily diet regime. This should be complemented with a good workout program at least 5 days a week so see better results. Anuj Tyagi is a Certified Personal Trainer, Certified Sports Nutritionist and Therapeutic Exercise Specialist From American Council on Exercise (ACE) . He is the Founder of the website where he provides online Training. Though a Chartered Accountant by education, he has been closely associated with Fitness Industry since 2006. His motto is to transform people Naturally and he believes that the secret formula for Fitness is Consistency and commitment towards your Training and Nutrition. You can connect with him through Facebook and Youtube.
  8. He said there is no reason why Pakistan and India cannot do the same, beginning with a dialogue on Kashmir whose heroic people have resisted and rejected Indian occupation-Photo: FileLAHORE: Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz President Shehbaz Sharif has...
  9. Photo: Horror Freaks LOS ANGELES: In a movie where everything goes wrong for a family, ?Hereditary? is doing everything right, with film critics hailing it as a modern masterpiece in the horror genre.Opening in US movie theaters on Friday,...
  10. Mahendra Singh Dhoni needs no introduction in a cricket-crazy nation like India. For a man whose commendable leadership skills helped the Indian cricket team to scale new heights, Dhoni has managed to earn a lot of respect in the cricket fraternity and is equally loved by his fans. While some questioned his ability to perform at the age of 36, Dhoni seems to have silenced the naysayers on the back of an astounding Indian Premier League (IPL) season this year. Reuniting with his old club, Dhoni guided Chennai Super Kings (CSK) to their record-tying third title after they edged past Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) in the pulsating final. © BCCL He also turned the clock around by scoring 455 runs including three fifties for CSK this season. From his blistering batting, lightning quick glovework to shrewd tactics as the captain, Dhoni has mesmerised us all with his exploits on the cricket field. But, his success isn't just restricted to cricket. Shooting gun is so much more fun than shooting ads A post shared by M S Dhoni (@mahi7781) on Apr 14, 2018 at 12:55am PDT As good as he is in the gentleman's game, Dhoni gave us a glimpse of his efficiency in pistol shooting. In an unbelievable video posted on his Instagram page, Dhoni is seen showcasing his skills in what appears to be a shooting range. Living up to his honorary rank with the Indian Army, the Jharkhand cricketer took aim with the pistol and was then seen successfully hitting the target like a pro. After enthralling his fans with his cricketing skills, we reckon, Dhoni can make a mark at the 2018 Asian Games for India in the pistol shooting category.
  11. In the scientific advisory, the authors note that eating at least two weekly servings of fish - especially those with lots of omega-3 fatty acids - can help lower the risk of various diseases.-ReutersPeople who eat at least two servings a week of...
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