Weight Reduction Medicine Market Growth Boosters, Technological Advancements And New Products 2021-2026

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Dec 03, 2020 (AmericaNewsHour) —
Covering the growth of the Weight Reduction Medicine Market in regions- North America, Latin America, Europe, Asia Pacific and Middle East & Africa region, the research analysts at Kenneth Research have compiled a study in order to understand the latest industry trends and opportunities that are expected to influence the expansion of the market over the next ten years. The detailed report encloses the information on production, demand and consumer analysis related to overall consumption of the product.

The report covers the forecast and analysis of the Weight Reduction Medicine Market on a global and regional level. The study provides historical data from 2013 to 2018 along with a forecast from 2019 to 2025 based on revenue (USD Million). The study includes drivers and restraints of the Weight Reduction Medicine Market along with the impact they have on the demand over the forecast period.

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Market Overview

The report begins from overview of Industry Chain structure, and describes industry environment, then analyses market size and forecast of Weight Reduction Medicine by product, region and application, in addition, this report introduces market competition situation among the vendors and company profile, besides, market price analysis and value chain features are covered in this report.
Product Type Coverage (Market Size & Forecast, Major Company of Product Type etc.):
        Liauid
        Tablets
Company Coverage (Company Profile, Sales Revenue, Price, Gross Margin, Main Products etc.):
        Roche
        GSK group
        Teva
        Sandoz(Novartis)
        STADA-VN J.V.Co., Ltd
        Hexal AG
        National Company For Pharmaceutical Industry
        Lunan Pharmaceutical Group Corporation
        Zein Pharmaceutical
        Hisun
        Taj Pharmaceuticals Ltd
        Kabir Life Sciences & Research
        Dm Pharma
        China Zhongshan Pharm
Application Coverage (Market Size & Forecast, Different Demand Market by Region, Main Consumer Profile etc.):
        Weight-reducing Aid
        Others
Region Coverage (Regional Production, Demand & Forecast by Countries etc.):
        North America (U.S., Canada, Mexico)
        Europe (Germany, U.K., France, Italy, Russia, Spain etc.)
        Asia-Pacific (China, India, Japan, Southeast Asia etc.)
        South America (Brazil, Argentina etc.)
        Middle East & Africa (Saudi Arabia, South Africa etc.)

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Competitive Analysis:
The Weight Reduction Medicine Market report examines competitive scenario by analyzing key players in the market. The company profiling of leading market players is included in this report with Porter’s five forces analysis and Value Chain analysis. Further, the strategies exercised by the companies for expansion of business through mergers, acquisitions, and other business development measures are discussed in the report. The financial parameters which are assessed include the sales, profits and the overall revenue generated by the key players of Market.

Key points covered in this report:
? The historical and current data is provided in the report based on which the future projections are made and the industry analysis is performed.
? The import and export details along with consumption value and production capability of every region is mentioned in the report.
? Porter’s five forces analysis, value chain analysis,

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Comparison for fitness, weight loss, and more

Biking and running are aerobic exercises that can greatly benefit a person’s health and fitness.

In this article, we compare biking and running for their capacity to burn calories, health benefits, injury risk, and cost.

The number of calories that cycling and running burn depends on several factors, such as speed, terrain, weight, and the person’s metabolism.

People who weigh more will burn more calories during either exercise, while those who weigh less will burn fewer calories.

The following table shows the approximate number of calories a male weighing 154 pounds (70 kilograms) would burn during cycling and running. Speeds are in miles per hour (mph) and kilometers per hour (km/h).

The table below provides an estimate of calories burned during 1 hour of activity for people of different weights. Weight is in pounds (lb) and kilograms (kg).

If a person wants to find out the number of calories they will burn for their specific weight for various activities, they can use a calorie calculator, such as this one.

Additionally, some people may be able to cycle for longer than they can run, which will also affect the number of calories they burn overall.

Cycling uses all the major muscle groups. It uses and builds up the leg muscles in particular, including:

  • quadriceps (rectus femoris, vastus lateralis, vastus medialis, and vastus intermedius)
  • hamstrings (biceps femoris, semitendinosus, and semimembranosus)

Some of the key muscles involved in running include:

Running and cycling both bring heart health benefits.

Regular cycling reduces the risk of cardiovascular disease and helps:

  • improve lung health
  • stimulate circulation
  • strengthen heart muscles
  • lower resting pulse rate
  • reduce levels of fat in the blood

A large-scale study on 263,450 participants found that cycling to work reduced the risk of cardiovascular disease, cancer, and all-cause mortality. The study also found that walking to work lowered the risk of cardiovascular disease.

Another study found that cycling was beneficial for people recovering from stroke and helped improve heart rate recovery after exercise.

Running also helps improve cardiovascular health. A 2019 review found that running reduced the risk of cardiovascular, cancer, and all-cause mortality.

The research suggests any amount of running is more beneficial than no running, and higher doses of running may not significantly improve mortality benefits.

Even small doses of running, such as 5–10 minutes per day at speeds of less than 6 mph (9.7 km/h), can substantially reduce the risk of cardiovascular and all-cause mortality.

A 2018 study from the journal Circulation looked at the effects of long-distance endurance running on heart health. The study suggests that running a full marathon creates more strain on the heart than shorter distances, such as a half-marathon or 10K run.

A full marathon is 26 miles (about 42 km), a half-marathon is 13 miles (about 21 km), and a 10K is 6.2 miles (10 km).

Scientists need to do further research to investigate the long-term effects of long-distance running on the heart.

Running may be better for long-term bone health than cycling. This is

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Intermittent Fasting Does Work for Weight Loss, Doctor Clarifies

There’s been a lot of talk about the effectiveness of popular weight-loss plan intermittent fasting. With many studies being done on this time-restricted eating plan, there’s also always new information being presented, but the end result is largely the same: intermittent fasting works for weight loss.

Recently, a study was published in JAMA that looked at time-restricted eating and its weight loss effects in both men and women. As the results were shared, some of the information seemed to get misconstrued, according to a doctor who now wants to clarify.

Monique Tello, M.D., MPH, a practicing physician at Massachusetts General Hospital, director of research and academic affairs for the MGH DGM Healthy Lifestyle Program, and clinical instructor at Harvard Medical School, was not involved in the study. But, she recently published a blog post on Harvard Health’s blog saying she had seen headlines about this study claiming that intermittent fasting doesn’t work and has a significant negative impact on muscle mass. She believes, though, that these research results have largely been misinterpreted. (Related: 5 Science-Backed Benefits of Intermittent Fasting.)

The original study tested 141 overweight patients over a period of 12 weeks. Some were put on a time-restricted eating plan while others followed a traditional eating plan. Dr. Tello points out that there was no true control group in the study because each patient was put on a schedule of some sort. A true control group would have been given no instructions or guidelines.

In the end, both groups lost weight, but the study showed that the intermittent fasting group lost more, including muscle mass that wasn’t identified in those on a traditional eating plan. But as Dr. Tello explains in her post, the study makes no mention about the quality of food both groups were eating.

“By the way, all of these folks may have been eating fried or fast foods, and sugary sodas and candy—we don’t know,” writes Dr. Tello in Harvard Health. “The study doesn’t mention quality of diet or physical activity. This isn’t how IF is supposed to be done! And yet the IF folks still lost between half a pound and 4 pounds.”

Plus, Dr. Tello notes that both groups were given a structured eating plan. Dr. Tello believes having a true control group, in which participants continued to eat as they normally would, could’ve made these research findings more conclusive.

She reiterated that the study did, in fact, show that intermittent fasting works for weight loss, it’s just that some of the results weren’t necessarily presented properly, and the study was, perhaps, a bit flawed in its setup.

“While this one negative study adds to the body of literature on IF, it doesn’t reverse it,” Dr. Tello writes in her post. “We simply need more high-quality studies in order to have a better understanding of how to most effectively incorporate IF into a healthy lifestyle.”

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Hospitals Straining Under Weight of Surging COVID Case Counts | Health News

By Robin Foster and E.J. Mundell
HealthDay Reporters

(HealthDay)

MONDAY, Oct. 26, 2020 (HealthDay News) — As the United States witnessed record-breaking daily coronavirus case counts over the weekend, public health experts warned that hospitals may soon reach a breaking point.

More than 41,000 COVID-19 patients are hospitalized across the country, a 40 percent rise in the past month, The New York Times reported.

But in sharp contrast to the early days of the pandemic, more of these patients are being cared for in sparsely populated parts of the country, where the medical infrastructure isn’t as strong as it is in metropolitan areas, the Times reported.

In Utah last week, hospital administrators warned Gov. Gary Herbert that they would soon have to ration access to intensive care units, and requested state approval for criteria to decide which patients should get priority, The Salt Lake Tribune reported.

“We told him, ‘It looks like we’re going to have to request those be activated if this trend continues,’ and we see no reason why it won’t,” Greg Bell, president of the Utah Hospital Association, told the Tribune, the Times reported.

In Kansas City, medical centers turned away ambulances this month because they had no room for more patients. In Idaho, a hospital that was 99 percent full has warned it might have to send coronavirus patients to hospitals as far away as Seattle and Portland, Ore., the Times reported.

Hospitals in hard-hit parts of the country are resorting to a tactic commonly used during the pandemic as it depletes medical resources: limiting other medical services, the newspaper said.

In Tennessee, the Maury Regional Medical Center on Saturday suspended all elective procedures requiring an overnight stay to make room for COVID-19 patients. In Texas, Gov. Greg Abbott has asked the federal government to authorize the use of a military hospital at Fort Bliss, outside El Paso, to treat civilian non-coronavirus patients, the Times reported. In places like Milwaukee and Salt Lake City, field hospitals are already being opened.

Things will likely get worse: The latest surge of coronavirus infections has brought the seven-day average of new daily cases to heights not seen since the pandemic began, CNN reported.

The seven-day average of new cases hit 68,767 on Sunday, topping the previous peak of 67,293 reported on July 22. Friday and Saturday were record-breaking days, with more than 83,000 new cases added each day, CNN reported.

Remdesivir gets full FDA approval to treat COVID-19

Last week, the antiviral drug remdesivir got full approval from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. The approval comes after the agency granted it emergency use authorization last spring. It is given intravenously to hospitalized patients.

California-based Gilead Sciences Inc. is selling the drug under the brand name Veklury. It cut the time to recovery from COVID-19 by five days — from 15 days to 10, on average — in a large study led by the U.S. National Institutes of Health, the FDA announced in a statement.

“Today’s approval is

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Dynamic Inertia Review – The Shake Weight Fitness Formula

The first time I heard about Dynamic Inertia was after I had watched the Shake Weight infomercial, loaded up their website and read through the details about this curious and fascinating new piece of equipment.

This is what the official website says about this concept:

Based on a completely new workout technology called Dynamic Inertia, which ignites the muscles in your arm, shoulders, and chest.

I searched high and low for more information about this new fitness concept but could find very little. Here is what I do know: Dynamic Inertia works when you use a product like the Shake Weight which has two spring like weights on either side that create resistance when they're shaken to and fro.

This stationary movement is supposed to work your muscles very quickly as the range of motion is close to nothing. The Shake Weight ad says that you can get up to 240 muscle contractions per minute. Naturally this sounds tempting but you should remember that such a high number of contractions is mostly due to the low motion range.

Obviously, dynamic intertia works very differently than regular weight lifting does. This is more of a static workout where tension is applied to the muscles continuously. This can be useful to a point but for optimal results you do need to engage your muscles in more traditional exercises as well.

As the Shake Weight is a highly popular product these days, I have no doubt that we'll continue hearing and reading more about how it works in the near future.

I recommend that even if you choose to use this new fitness technology, that you don't forget that real results take time and come from hard work both in cardio and weight training. In addition, remember that your nutrition also plays a key role so don't depend just on one machine or device.

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Lose Weight With the 60 Day Food and Fitness Program & Journal

Keeping a weight loss journal can double your weightloss, studies show. Studies also now support the idea that old-fashioned calorie counting works the best for losing weight. Put these two weightloss tips to work for you with The 60 Day Food and Fitness Program & Journal by Brad Peterson, one of the most comprehensive weightloss journals available.

Why Keep a Weightloss Journal

Often people believe they are eating much less than they actually are. They don’t pay

attention to portion size and often estimate that they are eating many less calories than they actually consume. We kid ourselves that that little handful of chips or that cookie didn’t really count.

Keeping a weightloss journal allows you keep track of all the calories you actually eat throughout the day and stop estimating.

You might even see some interesting patterns, like empty calories spent on snacks or eating too much after dinner and before bedtime. You’ll see lots of ways you can save calories by keeping the journal.

What you’ll find in the 60 Day Food and Fitness Program & Journal

The 60 Day Food and Fitness Program & Journal focuses on keeping track of not only the foods you eat but the exercise you get to burn those calories and shrink those inches. There is great information provided in the front and back of the book relating to setting goals and how to reach them, with a page to write out your own goals. There are also charts on how many calories you burn with different activities and nutritional information on various foods, with a section just on fast food. There are also several pages of healthy recipes and a place to write in your own favorites.

The 60 Day Food and Fitness Program gives you a page to list all the foods you eat in a given day and helps you keep track of calories, fat and time of day that you ate. The opposite page is where you list your fitness activities, duration and calories burned. There is also a comment section to write down any notes and boxes to check off for each glass of water you drink. (There is a great article in the book about why drinking water is important to a weightloss program too!)

Once a week, there is a weight in page where you keep track of your weightloss and set your goals for the coming week. You can also keep track of your shrinking measurements. Other charts in the front of the book help you set up a fitness program and track your progress as well.

To lose a pound of fat, you need to burn 3,500 calories. No matter what weightloss plan or diet you adhere to, this fact won’t change. You can cut 3,500 calories from your diet – perhaps 500 calories a day – or you can do a combination of cutting calories and increasing exercise to burn those calories and you will lose weight. A weight loss journal can …

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The Health Benefits of Juicing and Weight Loss

You can take fruits as whole, blend them with the pulp or juice them. Juicing is the process of squeezing the juice out of fruit or vegetable without the pulp.

When juicing, you are restricted on the food groups and maybe calories. Many people are skeptical of the health benefits that come from juicing.

However, if you are looking forward to losing weight, juicing is a great way to achieve your objective quickly. This is especially true if you make juice out of vegetables and reduce fruits with high sugar content like mangoes and bananas.

Health benefits of juicing

1. Juicing ensures more nutrient absorption in the body. This is because the body doesn’t have to digest fiber. When you take the juice, nutrients are introduced directly into your blood stream. Juicing therefore ensures effective absorption of nutrients without having to eat too many vegetables during the day.

2. Juicing allows you to intake a wide variety of vegetables. You can juice carrots, kales, spinach, celery and so much more. There are so many recipes and options; you are only limited by the vegetables and fruits available to you.

3. Juicing can improve digestion by introducing healthy enzymes which make the gut work optimally. Introducing good bacteria to the gut and removing toxins improves your overall body health. Vegetables and fruits are rich in prebiotics which introduce healthy enzymes and bacteria into the gut.

4. Juicing lowers high cholesterol levels in the body. While juicing, you significantly reduce your intake of high cholesterol foods and your body turns to fat for energy which lowers cholesterol and overall body fat percentage. But it is not the juicing in itself that lowers high cholesterol; it is the overall change in diet! Avoid intake of fried foods and unhealthy fat.

5. Juicing helps to detoxify the body. It removes toxins from the gut and replenishes the same with nutrients. Juicing also gives your digestive system time to rest since there is no intake of fiber that the gut needs to digest.

Juicing and Weight Loss

In a study to show whether juicing aids weight loss, 20 healthy participants consumed 6 bottles of different juices a day for three days. After the three days, the participants lost an average of 1.7 kgs. Two weeks after the cleansing, it was found out that their weight remained an average of 0.91 kgs less than before.

Juicing is effective in aiding weight loss; and it works even better when accompanied with a complete change in diet. You should also engage more in physical activity and avoid a sedentary lifestyle.

There are many juice blends or recipes you can use when juicing. You can also choose to do juicing together with a diet: only take juices for a certain period or take them together with supplements. However, it is important to note that juicing is not a long term solution to weight loss or wellness. It should be done occasionally to improve gut health or aid in weight …

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