People on meat-free diets have lower odds of contracting Covid-19: Study

Below is an overview of some of the most recent scientific research in the field of the new coronavirus in an effort to find a cure and vaccines for Covid-19, a disease that is known as a virus.

Diseases, and the rate of Covid-19 is linked to the diet

A six-country study, which was published Monday in the journal BMJ Nutrition, Prevention & Health, found that people on a meat-free diet were less likely to develop moderate-to-severe Covid-19. The plant-based diet was associated with a lower risk of serious diseases, 73% of the total, the researchers found in a study of 2,884 health care professionals caring for patients with Covid-19. By combining those people who eat a plant-based nutrition, and people who ate fish but not meat, the researchers found a 59% reduction in the odds of acquiring a serious disease. The study can’t prove that some of the diets are protected in the severe course of Covid-19, and the food never seems to have reduced the risk of infection. However, the plant-based diet that is rich in nutrients, vitamins, and minerals that are essential for a healthy immune system, the researchers noted, and fish contain vitamin D and omega-3 fatty acids, which have anti-inflammatory properties.

People on meat-free diets have lower odds of contracting Covid-19: Study
People on meat-free diets have lower odds of contracting Covid-19: Study

However, eating healthy, have been problematic during a pandemic, on the basis of the two reports that are presented this week at the virtual meeting of the American Nutrition Society. The consumption of healthy foods such as vegetables and whole grains has been reduced, according to the researchers, who have adopted the diets of more than 2,000 Americans before and during the pandemic. Separately, the researchers of the research is to collect, in June 2020, the Diet of the information 3916 of American adults, and found that many of them have increased their consumption of unhealthy snacks, desserts, and sugary drinks during the pandemic. “To help people that may be required in order to avoid the constant dietary changes,” says Dr. This Park, in the U.s. the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and co-author of the study.

There are no major problems with AstraZeneca, vaccines, Scotland

Research on the effects of the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine, in Scotland, was found in only one circle in the form of a harmless bleeding is a condition, not a link to a potentially fatal venous, brain, coagulation, known as the CVST, which has caused concern in Europe, and led to the breaks, that it’s very easy. The researchers followed the 5.4 million people in Scotland are found in approximately one additional case of idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura (ITP), per 100 000 population, after the first administration of AstraZeneca. The ITP is a treatable disease, low number of platelets in the blood, and did not cause a single death among the more than 1.7 million recipients of the vaccine, the authors reported Wednesday in the journal Nature Medicine. Because of the rarity of CVST in a Scottish study, without a doubt, a very small, which makes it possible to draw a few, ” says the co-author of My Dear Sheikh, one of the University of Edinburgh, in a media briefing. “The general sense is, though, a rare occurrence, with such achievements,” Sheikh said. This is encouraging for the information.”

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