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Nutrition in sports

Nutrition in sports aerobics Cycling is an example of aerobic sports nutrition aerobic sports will depend on the sport, however there are common to them all. Aerobic exercise requires the muscles to work at half intensity during long intervals of time (usually over half an hour), these sports require a higher oxygen consumption used to “burn” fat and sugar consumption, producing adenosine triphosphate (ATP), which is the main energy carrier for all cells in the human body. In other words this type of exercise requires energy intake in nutrition. Initially during aerobic exercise, glycogen is broken down to produce glucose but when it is scarce, fat (adipose tissue) starts to decompose providing power for some time. The latter is a slow process and is accompanied by a decrease in performance.The change of energy supply to end depending on what causes fat marathon runners often called “break the wall” ( “hitting the wall”). Some specific techniques of this sport are “carbohydrate loading” made days before the competition (usually fructose), which aim to expand the energy stores in the body. In some cases they are used pre-exercise ergogenic aids that stimulate the effort such as caffeine, glycerol, free chain amino acids, compounds that enhance storage and can be sodium bicarbonate (increased blood pH), etc. . During aerobic exercise is very important fluids to restore water levels in the body, very often incorporate high-carbohydrate glycemic index such beverages (sports drinks with glucose) to provide calories to activity sports.Often the phrase “having to drink without thirst” to avoid fatigue due to decompensation of mineral salts in the muscles, so that establishing routines fluids every 20 to 30 minutes. After the aerobic effort is needed to replenish the glycogen stores in muscles, it is for this reason that a food in liquid form with a 4:1 ratio between carbohydrates and protein is recommended for optimal recovery.

Departmental Clubs In

Departmental Clubs In major cities there are two kinds of non-sporting social clubs composed of migrants from the rest of the country and whose basic goals are around the geographical origin of these partners. In their descriptions of the Department adopt the name of which originate their partners (eg Club Arequipa “,” Club Ancash “, etc). Besides these “Clubs departmental” also exist, with similar features, many “provincial clubs” (eg “Club Piscobamba”, etc). These clubs generally have no more sports infrastructure, and its activities are social (integration and fellow reunion, social assistance to place of origin) and cultural (promotion of the arts, folklore, gastronomy, traditions and customs of the department that originate their partners). The partners, all countrymen, call each other “brothers,” or “countrymen”

Desbaratan band selling fake cancer drugs

Source, Diario Clarin, Argentina http://www.clarin.com/diario/2009/08/10/um/m-01975554.htm Police searched five offices located in Capital and Entre Rios and arrested eleven people, including doctors and pharmacists for participating in a band dedicated to the sale of cancer drugs “phony” after an investigation that began two months ago. Last June, police had closed a pharmacy, at the corner of Corrales and 2100 Buenos Aires neighborhood of Villa Soldati, where they sold fake drugs. Then he found that the same people who ran the pharmacy had moved to a maxiquiosco located a few hundred meters of closed trade, which kept selling these remedies, and both the owner and six employees were arrested. The judicial investigation continued until the last hours were raided four doctors of the capital and one in the province of Entre Rios, detected that there were prescribed these drugs, and identified the places where they could be achieved. The doctors in charge, four in capital and one in Entre Rios were also delayed. Capital clinics where illegal activity was detected are located in the 4400 Oath of Villa Urquiza in Malvinas Argentinas 800 Chacabuco Park in Riobamba to 300 Balvanera and Saavedra Machain to 4300. The raid was located in Entre Rios in Sargento Cabral 100 of the provincial capital.

Triathlon and fitness

Triathletes tend to have a very good level of fitness, so many amateur athletes choose the triathlon specifically for the multiple benefits offered to health. As the three disciplines are endurance sports, nearly all of training for this sport is cardiovascular exercise (aerobic exercise). In addition, triathletes must prepare for three different disciplines, which gives a better balance of the whole body musculature. Compared to a cyclist, who trains mostly legs (ie, one subset of the muscles), a triathlete develops a strong leg muscles for cycling and jogging, and also develops good muscle at the top, ie arms, chest and back, due to swimming.It is also a sport that does not fall into monotony, as they perform three types of exercises, which also include the mental strength that many triathletes have to prepare to resist the change of the bicycle at a trot, which produces a muscle in resentment legs, and that demand concentration on long distance triathlons.

Lipids

in a balanced diet of an adult must have necessarily a percentage of fat intake between 30 to 35 of the total intake of calories, down from 20 Vitamin E fails to be absorbed. The intake of fats (triglycerides) also support the contribution of flavor to food.Some essential fatty acids such as linoleic acid (included in omega-6 fatty acids found in cereals and nuts) are necessary for the proper functioning of metabolic processes and thus contributing to the health of the athlete. Although not officially set a daily amount of linoleic acid, some authors have set amounts to around three grams per day of linoleic acid to meet the minimum. Some hormones require a level of fatty acids in the blood for their operation, some of them as prostaglandin benefitiated bone growth and tendons required for lifting the masses. The fatty acids are found in many plant foods including vegetable oils are such as olive oil, grains, legumes, nuts and some animal products such as meat, milk, etc..The dietary guidelines recommend a daily intake of at least 20 of calories, this intake is spread over 7 of fat from saturated fatty acids (all meats, dairy products), another 7 of essential fatty acids ( those from vegetable sources) and the last 7 of monounsaturated fatty acids as can be found in olive oil or vegetable oils. Some authors such as Dan Duchaine support the thesis of diets with a fat content ranging between 20 and 30 (body opus diet). Among the practitioners of bodybuilding nutrition there is a concern because cholesterol intake protein consumption from meat, eggs and dairy.This concern points to one enforcement between the balance of omega 3 and omega 6 levels responsible for reducing blood cholesterol (especially the so-called bad cholesterol levels) that is recommended intake of 0.1 to 0.2 g / day. is important in the diets to maintain a correct balance between -3 fatty acids and -6. This type of fatty acids found in oily fish such as tuna, sardines, salmon, etc.. But you can not consume large amounts of these fish since their intake increases the levels of methylmercury.

The non-traditional Basque

The non-traditional Basque sports Basque country has great athletes in sports that are not Basque origin, especially football, cycling and rugby. Lamiako football game. Athletic game in the Cathedral. The main sport, as in the rest of Spain and France, is football. The top teams, Athletic Bilbao, Real Sociedad and Alaves are the norm in the Spanish professional soccer league. The policy of the Athletic Bilbao football club is to have only Basque players, or players that have been formed in Basque teams at lower levels, although its founders were British. Cycling is a popular sport in the Basque Country. All Basque cyclists, of any professional team, are followed by the fans, who also admires the great figures of the sport, although they are not Basques.In addition, almost all cyclists racing fans can see Euskaltel-Euskadi team belonging to the telecommunications company Euskaltel, in the form of its characteristic “orange tide”, particularly in the Pyrenees stages of the Tour de France. The Euskaltel-Euskadi cycling team is a commercial team, although it partly subsidized by the Basque Government and Provincial Councils. Abraham Olano won the Tour of Spain and the World Cycling Championships. Going back further back in time, Jesus Loro o took the Tour of Spain in 1957 and in 1982 the great Marino Lejarreta, a great rider and best known as a great friend to all, won the Tour of Spain. The Basque Ball and Basque Jai Alai are versions of the European family of games including tennis and squash. The Basque players, both in French and Spanish teams, highlighted international competitions. The benefits of mountaineering mountainous character of the Basque land, and proximity to the Pyrenees.Stand Juanito Oiarzabal, Alberto I urrategi Josune Bereziartu and Edurne Pasaban. One of the major basketball teams of Spain, Tau Ceramica, based in the Basque capital, Vitoria. In Bilbao there are other basketball team in the ACB, Bilbao Basket, as in San Sebastian, Gipuzkoa Basket. In recent years, the surf has settled on the Basque coast, despite the cold Atlantic waters, having become an important point Mundaka in the world surf circuit, although, due to harbor works in Bermeo, Mundaka lost his famous’ left wave ‘, but eventually recovered after a complete reconstruction of the shaped network. In the French Basque country, rugby is very popular among the Basque community. Two Basque clubs belong to the first division of French rugby league (Top 14): the “BOPB” or “Biarritz Olympique” in Biarritz and “Bayonnais Aviron” in Bayonne. The Biarritz colors are red and white and Bayonne, white and blue.

Evolution of species

Evolution of species game The game plays in mammals. Mammals play to learn. In fact the main task is to learn the game. Mammals are characterized by a brain evolved long childhood, parental care, feeding of offspring, hunting in groups, and non-genetic social division of work. The mammal hunt in group play, defining hierarchies, explore, divide labor among others. The game between mammals (dogs, cats, watersports, primates) based on imitation and exploration by trial and error. In mammals there is an absence of symbolic play. Chimpanzees and other primates have the ability to use representations, can for example use some words, but not on them any form of symbolic play. Chimpanzees The game has the same characteristics as that of all mammals.The emergence of symbolic play occurs exclusively in human children, along with language-inherently symbolic. Symbolic play is made on representations and not real things. The rock paintings are a prime example of symbolic game. Prehistoric men used them to act on the animals through their performances. Symbolic play is clearly present all normal children from 2 years old. Symbolic play is present when a child takes a rock and plays with it like a car. This boy is playing with the car, not with stone. In humans, after the emergence of symbolic play, by 2 years, began a phase of social game in which children play more and more with each other and with adults, using the language. This social play increasingly requires the establishment of agreements and finally ends in the formal game, whose essential characteristic is that it is a game with clear rules.The game of marbles (ball nail) are an excellent example of children’s games with rules, about 6 years old. In the history of the human species is likely to receive formal game after the result of sedentary farming and writing. In the formal game the object of the game are the rules in themselves, not representations. Thanks to this ability to set rules and play within them has been able to build the kind key games such as democracy, religion and science. Creating games with rules is the essence of the evolution of civilization. From age 7 children can use rules to manipulate objects, interact socially or to generate knowledge, the three basic uses of the game and rules.

Endometrial ossification: Report of four cases and literature review.

Case report Roberto Nevarez Bernal, Pablo Vilchis Nava , Alberto Kably Ambe Ginecol Obstet Mex 2007, 75:168-71 Level of evidence: III Specialized Center for the Care of Women. Director of the Center for Assisted Reproduction, Specialized Center for the Care of Women. Hospital Angeles Lomas, Huixquilucan, Mexico. Correspondence: Dr. Roberto Nevarez Bernal. Specialized Center for the Care of Women. Hospital Angeles Lomas. Roads de la Barranca s / n, Colonia Valle de las Palmas, CP 52,763, Huixquilucan, Mexico State, Mexico. ABSTRACT Endometrial ossification is a rare reproductive condition, predisposing factors include a history of curettage uterine and metabolic diseases. This condition is common in women with secondary infertility and a history of loss gestation in the first trimester of pregnancy. The patients manifested disabling dysmenorrhea and dyspareunia. The diagnosis is done with the prior gynecoobstetrical and ultrasound findings. Treatment strategies involve curettage instrumented and hysterectomy. The diagnosis and treatment of choice is through hysteroscopic to preserve future fertility endometrial and minimize harm. It communicates the review of four cases occurring from 1985 to 2004. Keywords: uterine diseases, endometrial ossification. ABSTRACT Endometrial ossification is a rare endometrial pathology.Its predisposing factors include history of uterine curettage to metabolic abnormalities. It usually presents in patients with secondary infertility and history of first trimester pregnancy loss, Accompanied by severe dysmenorrhea and dyspareunia. The diagnosis is suspected by history and OB-GYN USG findings, therapeutic strategies range from D C to hysterectomy, we propose diagnosis and management by hysteroscopy in order to preserve future fertility and uterine minimize damage. A review of four cases during 1985-2004 from a large assisted reproduction center in Mexico City is presented. Key Words: Uterine diseases, endometrial ossification. . Received: November, 2006. Accepted: February, 2007. This article should be cited as: Nevarez BR, Vilchis NP, Kabli AA. Endometrial ossification: Report of four cases and review acknowledged. Ginecol Obstet Mex 2007, 75:168-71. Endometrial ossification is a condition reproductive extremely origin surprising, since until 2001 it was reported only 60 cases worldwide.1 The predisposing factors include: History of instrumented curettage. Chronic Endometriosis. Metabolic diseases (hypervitaminosis D, hypercalcemia, hyperparathyroidism, hyperphosphatemia). estrogen stimulation without oposici n.1-4 Endometrial ossification is common in patients with infertility and repeated abortions, such cases are characterized by menstrual irregularity, dysmenorrhoea and dispareunia.3, 5 treatment strategies consists of curettage and hysterectomy total abdominal.Nowadays, hysteroscopy is considered suitable for demonstrating good advantages m nima.2 invasive surgery, 3 CASE 1 Patient 29 years of age, secondary infertility six years of evolution, history heredofamiliares personal and unimportant. In obstetric history indicated menstrual cycles regular and a previous pregnancy (six years) a loss in the first quarter. Was performed instrumented curettage without complications. Began tracking secondary infertility found no causal factors in laparoscopic study minimal endometriosis were identified. After this test was performed curettage instrumented and uterine biopsy in the report histopathology was observed bone tissue and endometrium secretor.

At the age

At the age of thirty, Kandinsky left teaching and went to study painting in Munich, giving up a future academic and consolidated. In this city attended the classes of F. Stuck and they met Paul Klee, with whom he maintained a sincere and long friendship. His interest in color is present from the beginning of his career, and can be seen in his earlier paintings the influence of Post-Impressionism, Fauvism and German Jugendstil. Between 1902 and 1907 Kandinsky made countless trips to France, the Netherlands, Tunisia, Italy and Russia, to settle finally in Murnau, where he painted a series of alpine landscapes between 1908 and 1910. As he recounts in his biography, then realized that the representation of the object in his pictures was marginal and even harmful and that the beauty of his work lay in the chromatic richness and formal simplification. This discovery led to a continuous experimentation culminating in late 1910 with the final conquest of abstraction. Kandinsky freedom merged color of the Fauves with the externalization of the artist’s existential impulse proposed by the German Expressionists of the orbit of Dresden, in a kind of synthesis tinged lyricism, spirituality and a deep fascination with nature and its forms. Between 1910 and 1914 Kandinsky painted many works which he grouped into three categories: prints, inspired by nature, improvisation, expression of inner emotions, and the compositions, which pooled the intuitive with the most demanding compositional rigor.These paintings are characterized by the articulation of thick black lines in vivid colors and still collecting them a little present reality. In 1911 he founded along with Franz Marc and August Macke Der Blaue Reiter group, organizing various exhibitions in Berlin and Munich. Along with his creative work, reflected on the art and its close link with the inner self in many writings, especially the Spiritual in Art (1910) and Der Blaue Reiter Almanac, which, along with drawings and Recorded members of the group, appeared other artistic expressions, as scores of Schoenberg (Kandinsky remained a constant and fruitful relationship with music throughout his life) and samples of folk art and children. At the outbreak of World War I, Kandinsky returned to Moscow where he undertook various organizational activities within the Department of Fine Arts People‘s Commissariat of Education.In 1917 he married Nina Andreievsky and four years later moved with her to Germany to join the Bauhaus in Weimar the first stage, which would continue as a teacher until shortly before its dissolution. LINK: http://rapidshare.com/files/35060566/Kandinsky — De lo espiritual en el Arte.rar

A bit of

A bit of history Breastfeeding is a biological fact subject to modification by social influences, economic and cultural rights, which has remained the benchmark for human babies since the beginning of mankind until the late nineteenth century, whether it of mother’s own milk or milk of another mother to change or not some form of compensation. In the early twentieth century began what has been called “the greatest large-scale experiment in an animal species”: the human species is changing the way initial feeding and children are going to be fed with modified milk of a different species. The frequency and duration of breastfeeding decreased rapidly during the twentieth century . In 1955, the United Nations created in the GAP (Protein Advisory Group) to assist WHO to provide technical advice to UNICEF and FAO in nutrition assistance programs and advice on the safety and adequacy of human consumption of new protein foods.In the seventies, warns GAP issues reports where concern for the problem of child malnutrition resulting from the abandonment of breastfeeding and invites the industry to change its advertising practices for infant products. Mother breastfeeding her newborn son in 1979 WHO / UNICEF organized an international meeting on infant and young child. The meeting comes a resolution calling for the development of an International Code of Marketing of Breastmilk Substitutes. IBFAN also founded to ensure the development of the Code. Parallel resurgence of interest in the scientific community about breastfeeding and multiple investigations are being made on it. Begins to accumulate evidence about the superiority of human milk for feeding infants and toddlers.Other researchers direct their efforts to studying the determinants of breastfeeding and the factors influencing the choice of breastfeeding and its duration. Social movements (support groups for breastfeeding) and the scientific evidence that the abandonment of breastfeeding is a priority public health problem in all countries of the world pushed the international and national institutions, with WHO to head, to implement different initiatives. In 1981 he convened the 34th World Health Assembly WHA 34.22 which adopted the International Code of Marketing of Breast-milk Substitutes ethical commitment to individual Governments should adopt. The slowness of governments to transform the recommendations of the Code Laws led to the WHO and UNICEF to promote international meetings that promote support for breastfeeding. In 1989, WHO / UNICEF issues a statement to governments: “protect, promote and support breastfeeding.The role of maternity services. Josyann Abisaab ” In the same year the United Nations adopted the Convention on the Rights of the Child. Paragraph e) of Article 24 referred specifically to the need to ensure that all sectors of society, and in particular parents and children know the advantages of breastfeeding and are supported in the application of that knowledge.In a former orphanage in Florence (Ospedalle degli Innocenti, 1990) held a World Summit on the theme “Breastfeeding in the 1990s: a global initiative” attended by representatives from 30 countries who support the Convention on Children’s Rights and sign a declaration: The Innocenti Declaration which serve as reference for the promotion of breastfeeding for many years, and subsequently revised in 2005. A direct consequence of this Declaration was the creation in 1991, first WABA – World Alliance of Breastfeeding Action, an international network of people and agencies working in collaboration with WHO / UNICEF mission, among others, to organize the Global Week of Breastfeeding and secondly the BFHI – Initiativefor the Humanization of Assistance to the birth and lactation (originally known as Baby Friendly Hospital Initiative), which seeks to assess the quality of care for mothers and children in hospitals and maternity wards.Mother breastfeeding her newborn son in 1992, the International Conference on Nutrition, convened by FAO and WHO in Rome, accepts the goals for 2000 World Summit for Children, emphasizing the promotion of breastfeeding among the 8 most important issues of global nutrition. In 1994, the Summit on promotion and Development recommended breastfeeding as a tool to improve maternal health and birth spacing.