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first_img Lifestyle habits in adulthood may increase women’s life expectancy by 14 years, men gain 12 Eric Rimm, professor in the Departments of Epidemiology and Nutrition at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, discussed the recently released 2020–2025 U.S. Dietary Guidelines. Rimm served on the Scientific Advisory Committee in 2010.Q&AEric RimmCHAN SCHOOL: What’s your assessment of the new guidelines?RIMM: This is the first time that the guidelines include advice for children under 2. They now actually address healthy eating across the lifespan. I think this is an important change because of the likely role that early diet plays in laying the foundation for healthy dietary habits and a lifetime of disease prevention. The government made a conscious effort to include more pediatricians on the advisory committee, including Elsie Tavares, who has an appointment in our Department of Nutrition. These guidelines will be used to inform government nutrition policy, so I think that was a good step forward.What was disappointing to me was that the government decided to take a pass on changing recommendations for daily calories from added sugar. The scientific advisory committee had recommended lowering limits from 10 percent to 6 percent, but the official government guidelines kept the recommendation at the upper level.However, I agreed with the decision to leave out the committee’s recommendation to lower alcohol guidelines for men from a maximum of two daily drinks to one. I was the alcohol expert in 2010, and I believe the science still supports what was in the previous guidelines in 2010 and 2015, that is, up to two drinks a day for men and one for women. I think it is important that if a government body is going to make a substantial change in policy statement about alcohol that it be as scientifically accurate as possible.Going forward, we need to focus on understanding and promoting healthy drinking patterns. The guidelines are very clear on up to two drinks for men in any given day — not seven on Friday and seven on Saturday. With people drinking a lot more at home during the pandemic, it may be a good time to remind people that binge drinking is harmful.CHAN SCHOOL: How can the average person make sense of the guidelines and apply some of the recommendations in their own diets?RIMM: The guidelines are primarily aimed at policy makers and academics, so people may find some of the recommendations difficult to translate to their lives. Take counting calories, for example. If you give most people a plate of food and ask them how many calories it contains, they won’t know. I don’t blame them. It’s a really hard thing to think about when you’re making a meal.I think a perhaps more helpful thing to focus on is eating whole foods instead of processed foods. We know that it’s better for you to eat food in its natural form. Highly processed grains like white bread, for example, strip all the good stuff out. Another important step is to choose healthier proteins — chicken and fish over red meat, or soy proteins over animal proteins.Much of the guidelines do discuss healthy dietary patterns including the Mediterranean Diet or vegetarian diet. To help make them affordable, you can buy inexpensive proteins like dried beans, and also incorporate frozen fruits and vegetables into your diet.CHAN SCHOOL: What nutrition policy changes do you hope to see in the next few years?RIMM: In 2015, the advisory committee recommended incorporating sustainability into the dietary guidelines — for example, encouraging a more plant-based diet to lower the production of greenhouse gases. This was not included in the government’s official 2015 guidelines, and it did not improve in 2020. The 2020 guidelines were set up by the Departments of Agriculture and Health and Human Services with very specific parameters around what topics the scientists on the Advisory Committee could address, and sustainability was not listed. Recently, the EAT-Lancet report has really become the source for thinking about sustainability in the way we eat, but I think these conversations still have a place in the guidelines. I’m optimistic that they will eventually be included.I’m also hopeful that standards around school meals set during the Obama administration, such as lowering amounts of saturated fat and sodium, will be restored. We’re essentially training kids’ palates for unhealthy food for life, which is so disheartening, especially since we know it’s possible to serve healthy school meals that kids will actually eat and enjoy.Another important area is the federal Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP). Food insecure people in the program should be free to purchase what they want, but I think we are setting them up to fail. We need to provide incentives to help people on SNAP buy healthier food. There is robust evidence to show that if you do this, it works. Good fat vs. bad fat vs. high carb vs. low carb Related Study finds greater adherence lowers risk of Type 2 diabetes by 23% Researchers with widely varying views on dietary guidelines come to a consensus Five healthy habits to live by The Daily Gazette Sign up for daily emails to get the latest Harvard news. 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first_imgSPA. Plutko (R)[email protected] 7:10B. Keller (R)$6900$8200$35UPGRADE OFC. Bellinger (L)[email protected] 9:40Z. Greinke (R)$5700$4800$21UPGRADE OFJ. Martinez (R)[email protected] 7:10L. Giolito (R)$4300$4200$19See above 2BG. Torres (R)[email protected] 7:05A. Sanchez (R)$5300$3700$23UPGRADE SPJ. Gray (R)[email protected] 10:05D. Pomeranz (L)$9800$8500$42UPGRADE Editor’s Note:  This is a FREE preview of Monday’s Fantasy Alarm’s MLB DFS Playbook. For full analysis every day and more ways to dominate your daily fantasy baseball competition, check out DFS site-specific advice and the rest of Fantasy Alarm’s great season-long and DFS tools available to subscribers.Interested in sports betting? Tell us what YOU want from a mobile sportsbook 1BJ. Abreu (R)[email protected] 7:10E. Rodríguez (L)$4100$3200$14UPGRADE 1BC. Santana (B)[email protected] 7:10B. Keller (R)$5100$3700$23See above 1BL. Voit (R)[email protected] 7:05A. Sanchez (R)$4800$3800$21UPGRADE 2BK. Marte (B)[email protected] 9:40C. Kershaw (L)$5200$3700$24UPGRADE CC. Vázquez (R)[email protected] 7:10L. Giolito (R)$3600$2800$12UPGRADE 3BJ. Ramírez (B)[email protected] 7:10B. Keller (R)$3900$3400$12UPGRADE CJ. Realmuto (R)[email protected] 7:05S. Matz (L)$3900$2900$13UPGRADE OFB. Hamilton (B)[email protected] 7:10A. Plutko (R)$3100$2300$7UPGRADE 3BD. LeMahieu (R)[email protected] 7:05A. Sanchez (R)$5100$3900$23UPGRADE SSD. Swanson (R)[email protected] 8:05J. Lester (L)$4300$3600$19UPGRADEcenter_img OF: J.D. Martinez, Red Sox vs. Tigers. I mean how often are we getting Martinez this cheap? I know he has had his ups and downs, but he has multiple-HR upside and gets to hit in Fenway Park, where he tears it up. Sure, the matchup is tough but we just saw Lucas Giolito get tagged, so maybe this starts the downfall?For more player recommendations and analysis, become a Fantasy Alarm subscriber today!                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Pos PlayerMatchupOpp. SPDKFDY! FanballAnalysisSPL. Giolito (R)[email protected] 7:10E. Rodríguez (L)$11900$10700$47UPGRADE 3BN. Arenado (R)[email protected] 10:05D. Pomeranz (L)$5000$4500$27UPGRADE SPZ. Greinke (R)[email protected] 9:40C. Kershaw (L)$8400$9100$47See above 1BP. Alonso (R)[email protected] 7:05Z. Eflin (R)$5500$4300$24UPGRADE SSD. Gregorius (L)[email protected] 7:05A. Sanchez (R)$3700$2900$12UPGRADE CC. Kelly (R)[email protected] 9:40C. Kershaw (L)$3600$2400$11UPGRADE CJ. McCann (R)[email protected] 7:10E. Rodríguez (L)$4300$3000$16See above 2BO. Albies (B)[email protected] 8:05J. Lester (L)$4300$3500$19See above 3BE. Escobar (B)[email protected] 9:40C. Kershaw (L)$4300$3800$15See above OFJ. Bradley Jr. (L)[email protected] 7:10L. Giolito (R)$3300$2900$17UPGRADE OFR. Acuña Jr. (R)[email protected] 8:05J. Lester (L)$4800$4300$22UPGRADE Today’s MLB DFS Picks: DraftKings, FanDuel advice for Monday, June 24SP: Zack Greinke, Diamondbacks vs. Dodgers. Greinke was lit up by the Dodgers in their first meeting of the season for seven runs on seven hits over 3.2 innings. He allowed four home runs that game, and the Dodgers as a team set an opening day record by hitting eight homers. After that abysmal start Greinke has been very good, going 8-3 with a 2.91 ERA and a 0.93 WHIP. I love the price here and think Greinke is safe for cash games.C: James McCann, Tigers @ Red Sox. McCann may be just 3-for-13 against Eduardo Rodriguez, but all three hits went for extra bases, including two homers. Against LHPs this season McCann is hitting .318 with an OPS of .968.MORE MONDAY MLB: SP rankings | Fantasy Alarm PRO Tools1B: Carlos Santana, Indians vs. Royals. Santana is having a heck of a season in his return to Cleveland, hitting .293 with 17 home runs and an OPS of .957. Against RHPs this season he is hitting .282 with 14 of his 17 homers and an OPS of .981.2B: Ozzie Albies, Braves @ Cubs.  Albies is 5-for-5 with a home run in his career off Jon Lester. That shouldn’t be too shocking, as Albies rakes against southpaws and this year has been no different. Against LHPs this season, Albies is hitting .370 with an OPS of .971.SS: Javier Baez, Cubs vs. Braves. Teheran has been strong against RHHs, and Baez is just 1-for-9 off him in his career. That being said, this is one of the lower price tags we have seen with Baez, and his upside is very high.3B: Eduardo Escobar, Diamondbacks vs. Dodgers. Escobar is 2-for-6 with a home run in his career off Clayton Kershaw. He is another D-backs player who is smoking southpaws this season, hitting .385 with an OPS of 1.142 against them. SSJ. Báez (R)[email protected] 8:05J. Teheran (R)$4300$3400$13See above SPC. Kershaw (L)[email protected] 9:40Z. Greinke (R)$10400$11000$51UPGRADElast_img read more


first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREGame Center: Chargers at Kansas City Chiefs, Sunday, 10 a.m.“This is a special year for us because it’s our 75th anniversary for the orchestra,” conductor Wayne Reinecke said. “So I chose pieces that are kind of well known to celebrate the group.” This concert season is not only a significant one for the orchestra, but for Reinecke as well. He plans to retire in May, after 20 years as the group’s leader. Reinecke, 72, said he played violin with the group for several years in addition to his time as conductor. Music has been his career and passion long before he found the Rio Hondo Symphony. “I’m a retired music educator,” Reinecke said. “I taught in public schools, in elementary school up through junior college.” Reinecke said the Sunday program is a challenging one, despite the popularity of the songs. Photo Gallery: Rio Hondo Symphony Whittier High School’s gym will be filled with the sweet sound of music on Sunday, and the price to hear it will be just as sweet. The Rio Hondo Symphony will present “Everyone’s Favorites,” a free concert at 3 p.m. Sunday at Whittier High School that will feature well-known classical music. The symphony is celebrating its “Sparkling 75th Diamond Jubilee” this season, and to recognize 75 years in the area, several concerts are being staged – free of charge – for audiences. “It’s still pretty much a new repertoire for the orchestra,” Reinecke said. The concert will feature Ottorino Respighi’s “Pines of Rome,” Ludwig van Beethoven’s “Romance in F for Violin & Orchestra,” Pyotr Illych Tchaikovsky’s “1812 Overture,” Sebastian Bach and Leopold Stokowski’s “Toccata & Fugue in D Minor,” and George Gershwin’s “Courage.” Reinecke said Gershwin’s piece, taken from the opera “Porgy and Bess,” has rarely been played by orchestras but the tune is widely known. “It’s very tuneful,” Reinecke said. “Almost everyone recognizes some of those melodies.” About 80 musicians play with the Rio Hondo Symphony. The group meets to play at Whittier High School’s Vic Lopez Auditorium, 12417 E. Philadelphia St., where Sunday’s concert will be staged. Reinecke said he expects more than 1,500 people to attend the event. Concert master and first violinist Olivia Tsui said she has been playing with the orchestra for six years, and that this particular show will offer something for everybody. “We have a larger orchestra than normally we have,” Tsui said. “`Pines of Rome’ requires a huge orchestra. It’s very powerful. Then you switch to Gershwin … it’s jazzy and much more modern than the early pieces.” The concert also will showcase Lindsay Deutsch, the 22-year-old violin soloist who will play with the orchestra for one night only. Lou Ann Barth, personnel manager for the string section and violinist with the orchestra, said she thinks it is especially exciting to have a string soloist. “A week or so ago she soloed with the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra, so she’s well known around town,” Barth said. Deutsch is based in Los Angeles and attends the Colburn School music conservatory. She plays with orchestras nationwide as a soloist, but is primarily based in Southern California. Deutsch also performed a violin solo for the movie “The Good Shepherd.” Deutsch said she learned about the Rio Hondo Symphony through her manager, and is looking forward to playing with the group. “This is a cool program,” Deutsch said. “It used to be that you hired a soloist to do one of the major concertos. But we’re also doing this Gershwin piece.” Deutsch said she likes the more popular music because it allows the audience to participate in a new way. “The audience will know the tune,” Deutsch said. “They can sing along if they like.” [email protected] (562) 698-0955, Ext. 3029 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img

first_imgGardaí are monitoring 192 convicted sex offenders across Ireland following their release.The Sunday Independent reports that 126 sex offenders who were convicted of serious crimes must obey strict guidelines, and are banned from schools, sport clubs, and playgrounds.Most of these sex offenders reside in north and north-east Dublin. “Appropriate treatment” or psychological counselling may be ordered for convicted sex offenders.They also must disclose their convictions to potential employers when applying for a job that includes working with children or vulnerable people. If they do not disclose this, they can face a €12,697 fine or a five-year prison sentence – or both.Under Irish law, Gardaí cannot release the addresses of convicted sex offenders to parents who may be living in the area, unlike in the UK and USA.Almost 200 freed sex offenders being monitored by Gardaí across Ireland was last modified: October 15th, 2017 by Elaine McCalligShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:GardaiIrelandSex offenderslast_img read more