Do vaccinations really help prevent diseases in the body? A vaccination, usually a shot, is intended to prevent diseases in the body and prepare your body to fight the disease faster and more effectively so that you become immune to certain diseases and sickness. They are required in most school settings and health care related fields. In the year 1798 Edward Jenner created the first vaccination: the smallpox vaccine using Cowpox puss, and in 1980 the World Health Organization declared smallpox an eliminated disease. But did it really help the body and its immunity system?
These food items offer more fiber for a vegetarian weight loss diet compared to the refined ones. They also do not result to sudden increases and reduction in blood sugar levels. The Risks of Soy In A Vegetarian Weight Loss Diet Vegetarians usually look to soy as a source of protein. However, excessive use of anything may result to more
In “Should I Become A Vegetarian?” (2002), the author explains that by shifting to a vegetarian diet; one can lower the risk of coronary heart disease. Also, he adds that vegetarians have lower LDL, which is the bad cholesterol, and higher HDL, which is the good cholesterol. The author also adds that a vegetarian diet has less calories and fat, but is rich in fibers. This means that vegetarians have a slightly lower risk of obesity than non-vegetarians does. This is for example seen with most vegetarians, as they are often skinnier and look healthier than meat eaters.
Processed Corn – Corn derivatives such as corn oil, corn starch fructose corn syrup are often used by food processing firms because they are inexpensive and plentiful. Processed corn can lead to high blood sugar causing an increase to insulin and thereafter an inflammatory response. 2. Sugar – Although sugar is marketed as a natural product, the cells found in sugarcane cells are often removed during the refining process. Unlike refined sugar, molasses retains originals minerals such as iron.
In some African countries, rice is the primary source of food and therefore improving the quality of rice means bettering the nutritional intake of the poorer population especially children. Dr Momma and collegues at the University of Kyoto revealed that genetically modified rice contained 20% more protein than normal rice. However studies have shown that genetically modified food expose a threat to our biodiversity since the food has more resistance over the natural wild varieties and be fatal to other organism in the ecosystem. We have skipped the impact of animal health when designing genetically modified food and animals can suffer from nutrient imbalance, insulin problem, and dangerous side effects such as allergies which can even lead to death of certain species of animal like
Found that The average direct costs paid for adult vaccination were lower in pharmacies compared with medical settings by 11%-20%. (12) In the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, there are 12,506 licensed pharmacists according to the law regulating Saudi pharmacy practice working in approximately 7,322 community pharmacies. (13) Furthermore, the cost of vaccination is a function of the growing pressure of health expenditures on the government budget. Hence the benefit of getting the vaccine at a community pharmacy will remarkably reduce this pressure on government budget and thus promote prevention of disease since the community pharmacies have the advantage in comparison with other healthcare providers of extended opening hours, access to professional knowledge, more suitable locations without requiring an appointment or waiting and do not charge visit fees. While the limited number of published articles and quality of available studies in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia makes it difficult to directly compare pharmacist interventions to other strategies for improving immunization coverage, it is clear that vaccination at community pharmacies will make a significant contribution towards strengthening immunization programs to adult
THE BENEFITS OF GENETICALLY MODIEFIED FOOD GMO means genetically modified organisms, in this essay I will focus on genetically modified food and its benefits. Genetically modified food is genetically improved food which changes the crop or the plant to have something they don't have usually. For example it could make a crop have some nutrients the they didn't usually have or they you could make some the plant resistant to herbicides. People usually don't like the GMO because they think of it as chemicals and side effects. The genetically modified food helps the people through increase the economy, it also improves the environment and may be the health to the in habitants and the plants themselves.
Thai indigenous chicken has been adjacent to Thai culture, traditional and way of life for a long time. They are easy raise and well adaptive in local environment, they are then popularly raised in every region of Thailand. Moreover, indigenous chicken meat is tastier and healthier with low fat and cholesterol than commercial broiler meat, resulting in its higher price in the market. However, there are some limitations of Thai indigenous chicken which are lower growth rate and less production than broilers. At present, local farmers normally lacked of knowledge of suitable breeding plan, especially, they have been selectively bred to a small size and agility for being a fighting cock.
b) There are a few advantages of genetically modified food and many disadvantages associating with genetically modified foods. Advantages: • Creating foods that will be better resistant to weeds, pests or other diseases. • Foods with better textures, flavours and nutritional values. • By using the process of genetic engineering farmers can have a higher income • Less deforestation as there will be sufficient food to feed the growing population • Decrease in Global Warming as more plants and crops can be grown and at more areas, including those areas which were previously unsuitable for farming. • Decrease in food prices due to higher yield and lower costs which also mean reduction of poverty.
Some advantages of genetically modified foods include: a higher yield of crops per hectare, this means that we put a lesser strain on the environment in order to meet our agricultural needs. The GM foods also has more nutritional value which aids in combatting malnutrition in less developed countries. Insect/pest resistance also increases drastically, according to the Nuffield Council on Bioethics. Disease resistance also increases, an example would be the bananas newfound resistance to the Black Sigatoka fungus which can reduce the yield of bananas by up to 70%. GM foods are also able to tolerate herbicides, an example of this would be Argentina in 2002 where 90% of the soybeans grown were genetically modified to tolerate herbicides.