Peskov announced the absence of contacts between Putin and the isolated Lavrov :: Society :: RBC

Russian President Vladimir Putin has not had close contact with Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov after the latter self-isolated due to the risk of contracting the coronavirus. This was announced by the presidential press secretary Dmitry Peskov, RIA Novosti reports.

70-year-old Lavrov went into self-isolation on October 27, earlier he returned from a working trip to Greece. Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova explained that the minister had contact with a patient with COVID-19. According to her, the Foreign Minister feels well, but all his planned meetings and visits have been temporarily postponed.

Lavrov isolated himself after contact with infected COVID

Last week, the head of the Ministry of Health Mikhail Murashko isolated himself. One of his family members tested positive for COVID-19. The minister also felt good and continued to work remotely.

The spread of the coronavirus Covid-19 in the regions of Russia

Number of confirmed cases of infection

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The mayor of Izhevsk infected with coronavirus :: Society :: RBC

Oleg Bekmemetiev

(Photo: olegbekmemetev / VK)

The head of Izhevsk, Oleg Bekmemetyev, went into self-isolation, as he contracted the coronavirus. The mayor said this in a video message posted on his page in VKontakte.

“The disease is insidious, unfortunately, and I could not avoid this fate. And by my own example, I now know what it means to get infected with COVID-19, ”he said.

Two more Russian governors contract COVID-19

Igor Kobzev

Bekmemetyev said that he feels satisfactory and will continue to work from home. He also asked the residents of the city to wear masks and take care of their health.

At the end of May, the governor of Udmurtia, Alexander Brechalov, became infected with the coronavirus. Already on June 4, he announced that he was able to cope with the virus. According to him, his illness was mild.

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Trump at the election rally protests: “Turn on the TV and nothing else is heard, only Covid Covid Covid Covid Covid Covid”

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US President Donald Trump protests with the media. He does so at an election rally in Lumberton, North Carolina: “That’s all I hear now. Turn on the TV and you don’t hear about anything other than ‘Covid, Covid, Covid, Covid, Covid, Covid’ “. A word that the head of the White House repeats 6 consecutive times like a refrain in front of a crowd delirious for him: “Well, after November 4 you won’t hear this word again”

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Theater to feel like an intruder

A show conceived in a house, Can Pagans, to experience the intimacy of a couple from the bedroom, living room and kitchen, arrives tomorrow at the Teatre Ateneu de Celrà forcibly reformulated by the pandemic but with the will of preserve maximum proximity to the viewer. Elda & Daniel, the third joint production of the actors Meritxell Yanes and David Planas, premieres at the Temporada Alta festival with a different format from how the director and playwright Llàtzer Garcia had imagined it, but maintaining its essence.

The initial project, which they were rehearsing when the pandemic broke out, repeated the formula of Ventura, the successful production premiered in 2015 at the festival and which has been seen for five years: same tandem of performers and same stage, a house in Celrà for a small group of spectators to share a night with the protagonist couple, almost sent voyeur of a conversation with unsuspected confessions.

The health situation has forced a change in the space, but this feeling of “feeling intrusive” in the couple’s life is maintained, as far as possible (and with all the security measures), explains Garcia. That is why they have chosen to perform it with the public also on the stage of the theater, surrounding the performance. For now, they will have to comply with the version provided for cakes and later, if possible, return to the original.

The montage delves into the lives of Elda and Daniel, who have been together for ten years and have no children. The relationship begins to break up, and the viewer will witness the night when everything explodes.

“I didn’t want to write about a couple who break up, but about two people who have felt very alone and who have looked for very different solutions and who come across to combat this situation,” explains Garcia, who points out that the show “did not go both of an end and of a new beginning ”.

“At the time of writing there was nothing marked, everything has come out very organically and has ended up being a long conversation that goes through many moments,” says the Girona author, who is currently working on a show for at the TNC focused on the Font de la Pólvora neighborhood.

In this sense, it indicates that Elda & Daniel it also “goes from truths and lies, and from the game between representation and reality.”

After a preview at the end of September in Celrà, the show premieres for Temporada Alta tomorrow at six on the same stage, where it can also be seen from 5 to 7 November. In the coming months, it will arrive at La Planeta in Girona and Banyoles.

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Murashko assessed the timing of receiving test results of a new vaccine against COVID :: Society :: RBC

The Russian Ministry of Health expects to receive the results of studies of the third domestic vaccine against coronavirus infection in December. This was stated by the head of the Ministry of Health on the air of the TV channel “Russia 1”.

“The third vaccine, research is currently underway on it, and we expect results for it by mid-December,” he clarified (quoted by RIA Novosti).

Popova called the possible terms of registration of the third vaccine against COVID-19

According to him, the population groups that will be vaccinated will now be determined.

The Center for Research and Development of Immunobiological Preparations named after V.I. M.P. Chumakov RAS. As the head of Rospotrebnadzor Anna Popova noted on October 15, it can be registered in Russia in a month.

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A survey shows the physical and psychological distress associated with anemia due to chronic kidney disease, with 41% of patients reporting that they feel socially isolated

ADDLESTONE, England, May 23 / PRNewswire / – – More than half of the patients surveyed said that their illness determines their everyday lives

– Experts demand more understanding and better support

– Astellas Pharma Europe Ltd. today published the results of a European survey of 200 nephrologists and 203 patients with chronic kidney disease anemia. The study reveals the stress on the physical and mental health of patients caused by the disease. Over half of the patients surveyed reported that their illness determines their everyday life (57%), with 41% of the patients expressing feelings of social isolation due to their condition. Experts believe that a deeper understanding of the patient burden of chronic kidney failure anemia is needed among healthcare professionals, along with a greater focus on patient quality of life in daily routine.

Anemia is a common complication of chronic kidney disease, affecting one in five people.1 It leads to symptoms such as lack of energy, fatigue, and shortness of breath2 that can affect patients both at work and at home. The results of the survey show that the symptoms influenced the everyday life of 83% of the surveyed patients, which led to absenteeism of more than eight days per month on average. For almost half of the patients surveyed (44%), their condition meant that they had to stop working for an indefinite period of time. In addition to the work, more than two-thirds of the patients surveyed (67%) reported that they needed help around the house, which further illustrates the far-reaching effects of the anemia caused by kidney failure on the quality of life of the patients. The survey infographic provides additional insight from patients and nephrologists about the diagnosis, management, and the stress of living with anemia due to kidney disease.

Astellas appointed a team of five external experts to provide their views on the survey results. The team of experts included two senior nephrology professors (United Kingdom and Spain), a specialist renal nurse (United Kingdom), the president of a European association of renal nurses and the president of a national patient group (Spain). A detailed overview of the survey results and the assessments of the expert team can be found in the comprehensive survey report. The following key observations and actions were identified by the team of experts for future condition management:

“There is a clear need for a better understanding of what aspects of a patient’s condition affect their quality of life.” Jennifer Ann Williams, Specialized Kidney Nurse, Abertawe Bro Morgannwg University Health Board, UK.

“It’s no surprise that patients experience social isolation because of their condition. They’re tired and don’t want to go out or meet friends. They just don’t want to do anything.” Kidney Diseases (ALCER), Spain.

“It is important to consider the individual characteristics of the patient when it comes to the effects of anemia on everyday life.” Professor José Portolés Pérez, nephrologist at the University Hospital Puerta de Hierro de Majadahonda, Spain.

Together, these findings from patients, nephrologists and experts show that nephrologists need a better understanding of the psychological and physical stress on patients caused by anemia in renal insufficiency and that the patient’s quality of life needs to be given greater consideration in the treatment of the disease.

“At Astellas, tomorrow’s change is the ethos that guides everything we do. We recognize that addressing unmet needs is often best achieved in collaboration with others. This survey is just one of the initiatives we are engaged in with patient groups and professional organizations work to provide value to people with chronic kidney disease, their loved ones and the healthcare professionals who treat their condition. ” Gino Ciotti, Medical Director for Medical Affairs, Nephrology, Astellas.

To learn more about chronic kidney disease anemia, visit us at: www.astellas.com/eu/therapy-areas/nephrology

About Beyond CKD: The Hidden Truth Behind Anemia

Between January and February 2020, research firm Research Partnership conducted a survey on behalf of Astellas Europe Limited to investigate the assessment of patients and nephrologists regarding chronic kidney disease and the anemia it causes.

The participants were recruited through online committees and were suitable if:

– a patient has been diagnosed with anemia due to renal insufficiency.
– a nephrologist who has been practicing for at least two years and who has treated at least eight patients with anemia due to renal insufficiency from the third stage. The participants took part in a 25-minute quantitative online survey.

You can find out more about the survey at www.astellas.com/eu/media-centre/media-resources.

About chronic kidney disease and anemia

Renal insufficiency is characterized by a progressive loss of kidney function, which is caused by damage to the kidneys as a result of symptoms such as high blood pressure, diabetes or immune-regulated inflammatory conditions.3 One in ten people worldwide lives with chronic kidney disease.4 In Europe, one in eight people lives with it chronic kidney disease.4 According to data from the United Kingdom, every fifth patient with chronic kidney disease has anemia. In people with the most severe kidney disease (stage 5 kidney failure), this rate increases to every second patient.1 Globally, it is forecast that chronic kidney disease will be the fifth leading cause of premature death by 2040.5 It is a critical health problem worldwide, the one brings great and growing unmet medical needs with it.

Anemia is a common complication of chronic kidney failure, 6 resulting from the failure of the kidneys to produce erythropoietin, decreased oxygen uptake, and increased hepzidine and iron deficiency due to chronic inflammation. This is related to significant morbidity and mortality in both dialysis and non-dialysis patients, increasing in both incidence and severity as kidney disease progresses.7 Anemia in kidney disease increases the risk of adverse effects on the cardiovascular system, deteriorating kidney outcome and can have a negative impact on patients’ quality of life.8-10

About Astellas

Astellas Pharma Inc. is a pharmaceutical company operating in over 70 countries worldwide. We support the focus-area approach, which aims to identify opportunities for the continuous development of new drugs to treat diseases with high unmet unmet medical needs by focusing on biology and modality. We also look beyond our fundamental Rx focus to create Rx + ® solutions for the healthcare sector that combine our specialist knowledge and experience with cutting-edge technology in the various fields of activity of external partners. With these accomplishments, Astellas is at the forefront of healthcare change to turn innovative science into value for patients. For more information, please visit our website at https://www.astellas.com/eu.

Astellas warnings

This press release contains statements relating to current plans, estimates, strategies, and beliefs and other statements that are not historical facts but forward-looking statements about Astellas’ future performance. These statements are based on the current assessments and beliefs of management in view of the information currently available to it. They involve known and unknown risks and uncertainties. Various factors could cause actual results to differ materially from the forward-looking statements. These factors include, but are not limited to: (i) changes in the general economic situation and laws and regulations pertaining to the pharmaceutical markets, (ii) currency fluctuations, (iii) delayed launches of new products, (iv) poor marketing by Astellas of existing and new products, (v) Astellas ‘inability to continue effective research and development of products that are accepted by customers in highly competitive markets, and (vi) third party infringement of Astellas’ intellectual property rights.

Any drug information (including products currently under development) featured in this press release is not intended to be used as advertising or as medical advice.

SOURCES

1 Dmitrieva O, de Lusignan S, Macdougall IC, et al. Association of anaemia in primary care patients with chronic kidney disease: cross sectional study of quality improvement in chronic kidney disease (QICKD) trial data. BMC Nephrol 2013;14:24.

2 National Kidney Foundation. Anemia and Chronic Kidney Disease. Erhältlich unter: https://www.kidney.org/atoz/content/what_anemia_ckd. [Letzter Aufruf: Juni 2020]

3 Ojo A. Addressing the Global Burden of Chronic Kidney Disease Through Clinical and Translational Research. Trans Am Clin Climatol Assoc 2014;125:229-246.

4 International Society of Nephrology. Chronic Kidney Disease. Global Kidney Health Atlas 2017. Erhältlich unter: www.theisn.org/global-atlas (http://www.theisn.org/global-atlas) [Letzter Aufruf: Juni 2020].

5 Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME). Findings from the Global Burden of Disease Study 2017. Seattle, WA: IHME, 2018. Erhältlich unter: http://www.healthdata.org/sites/default/files/files/policy_report/2019/GBD_2017_Booklet.pdf [Letzter Aufruf:: Juni 2020].

6 McClellan W, Aronoff SL, Kline Bolton W, et al. The prevalence of anemia in patients with chronic kidney disease. Curr Med Res Opin 2004;20:1501-1510.

7 Stauffer ME und Fan T. Prevalence of Anemia in Chronic Kidney Disease in the United States. PLoS One 2014;9:e84943.

8 Mohanram A, Zhang Z, Shahinfar S, et al. Anemia and end-stage renal disease in patients with type 2 diabetes and nephropathy. Kidney Int 2004;66:1131-1138.

9 Weiner DE, Tighiouart H, Stark PC, et al. Kidney disease as a risk factor for recurrent cardiovascular disease and mortality. Am J Kidney Dis 2004;44:198-206.

10 Eriksson D, Goldsmith D, Teitsson S, et al. Cross-sectional survey in CKD patients across Europe describing the association between quality of life and anaemia. BMC Nephrol 2016;17:97.

Press contact:

Director
Product communication
Kate Burd
Tel.: +44 7771 803076
Email: kate.burd@astellas.com

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Aleix Font: “Girona is the ideal place to play and feel important”

Aleix Font, after spending almost ten years at Barça in training teams, “dreamed” of succeeding in the first team, with which he has already made his debut, but due to the circumstances this summer he has ended up leaving. Zaragoza made him a proposal for four years but the first will be transferred to Bàsquet Girona, the LEB Or, with the aim of finishing exploiting and making the final leap to the ACB, where last year end the Obradoiro. The escort is the one who has closed the staff that Carles Marco will have under his orders, a luxury reinforcement for a project that overflows with “ambition”.

“He is an ACB player, he will play there sooner rather than later. He represents the example of the player profile we are looking for, he has many qualities, and he will enrich us every day “, reflected the sporting director, Jordi Plà, during this Thursday’s presentation in Fontajau. Font, meanwhile, 22, says he’s coming to finish “developing and taking the step I’m missing. I want to play and feel important again and Girona is the ideal place to do it “.

The escort ended up convinced after talking to Plà and coach Carles Marco. He says that he arrives “with the utmost enthusiasm to start a new project. I am looking to improve and acquire maturity. When you have been a professional for 4 years, it seems that you have to have it, but sometimes you lack small nuances and here I will have the right atmosphere ”. Aleix Font was very pleased with the staff and stressed that when I was offered to come here the first thing I thought was “what a pity!” and I did my best to make it a reality.

With plenty of experience at LEB Or after playing for the Barça subsidiary at the age of 17, Font was also at the German Bamberg, although he did not make his debut there, and at the Obradoiro, before breaking up with Barça club and signing for Zaragoza. Girona’s interest has allowed him to leave for a year on loan to explode definitively.

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Half of consumers still feel unsafe and 65,000 bars will close

The first days of phase 1 of the de-escalation, the majority of Spaniards took to the streets and the terraces of the bars, eager to resume a social life that for more than two months they had abandoned due to the forced confinement. But over the weeks, consumption outside the home has been fading, on the one hand due to the economy, which does not let many out of everything they would like and, on the other, due to lack of confidence due to a virus which is still very present.

A recent Nielsen report details that 45% of consumers still do not feel safe to consume away from home again. And in businesses such as the hospitality industry, trust is key to recovering pre-pandemic figures. Today’s consumer is more sensitive, he seeks the trust of his environment, of his neighborhood. For this reason, it is understood that three out of four Spaniards are opting for their usual bar to go out, according to the report.

89% of consumers refer to disinfection of the table as something essential to decide between one terrace or another, as well as the distance between tables. 87% want disinfection items in the bathrooms, and 83% demand that waiters and cooks wear a mask and gloves.

Thus, the return to consumption outside the home is being more timid than expected, with figures almost 50% below those of last year and 72% less if we talk about establishments without a terrace, according to the Nielsen Hospitality Panel. At the end of July, one in five stores were still closed. Thus, the sector estimates that some 65,000 bars and restaurants will close this year.

According to figures from the Hospitality Industry of Spain, So far, 4,000 businesses have already closed and if the health crisis worsens, they estimate that closures could increase to 85,000. Faced with this scenario, almost half of businessmen believe that billing figures prior to the pandemic will not recover until 2022 and nearly 40% believe that we will have to wait even longer.

In a country where the service sector represents a very important part of employment, the lack of income from the hospitality industry could mean losing 400,000 direct jobs, and the losses reaching 67,000 million euros. According to Social Security data, in June there were about 300,000 fewer workers (-17%), totaling less than 1.5 million employees in the hospitality industry.

National tourism

And if there is a sector that is closely related to hospitality, it is tourism. In fact, the data reveal that where bars and restaurants are doing the worst this summer is in the most touristy areas, such as the Levante or the archipelagos. The Minister of Tourism herself, Reyes Maroto, explained this week that although they knew that this summer was going to be very difficult, When the borders were opened on June 22, they had “better expectations”, since the outbreaks have greatly conditioned the situation.

And although all countries are having these outbreaks, the decision of the United Kingdom to force its citizens to quarantine for 14 days when returning from their holidays in Spain, or the latest recommendation from Germany not to travel to certain areas of Spain, has fact that cancellations increase.

The Minister of Tourism of the Balearic Islands also confirms that his forecasts were better and that although national tourism has grown a lot, “It is impossible that I can compensate for the lack of foreigners” in a market in which 70% came from the United Kingdom and Germany.

For this reason, although there are areas of the north and interior that are experiencing a summer with a national occupancy record –Cantabria, areas of Castilla y León and Asturias–, the large hotel companies have decided to launch last-minute sales to save what they consider to be the worst August the history. Thus, Meliá offers discounts of 30% on its website, Iberoestar and NH offer 25% and RIU reaches 40%. In addition, a date change policy is offered like the one that large airlines have already taken to try to encourage demand.

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Florida proposes reopening schools when parents and teachers feel comfortable

He then argued that “as the prevalence of the virus has increased in recent weeks, fear and anxiety have also increased,” an unavoidable feeling that the governor proposes to “put aside” because “challenges must be faced with determination. and resolution, guided by evidence, because we cannot afford to be paralyzed by fear. “

The governor did not mention the controversial state order calling for the reopening of schools in late August in early July, nor the lawsuit filed by the Florida teachers’ union, the Teachers Association, in which teachers allege that the constitution The state demands a “healthy and safe” environment and that “the resurgence of the virus is alarming and is out of control.”

Instead, the Governor put forward his view on why he believes schools should reopen as soon as possible.

“Let’s be honest, (distance learning) is a far cry from the (quality of) in-person instruction and it puts a tremendous burden on working parents,” he said.

School districts

The position of school authorities, spearheaded by the School District’s proposal to Miami-Dade, the fourth largest in the nation, is to maintain distance learning “as long as cases continue to increase at the current rate,” since, according to the Center for Communicable Diseases, “the ideal environment to reopen schools would require less than 10% of people who get tested in Miami-Dade County are diagnosed with COVID-19. ”

Currently, the rate of tests and infections in Miami-Dade exceeds 20%, reached 28.1% just four days ago, although the new calculation methodology of the county government ensures that it is 19.5%, as published last night, Wednesday, July 23 .

That same county report recognizes the 2,723 new cases that were reported yesterday by the state Health authority, although the good news is that more than 60% are asymptomatic and younger than 50 years, which means better physical conditions to deal with the virus.

The new report no longer publishes the percentage of occupancy in intensive care units (ICU, or ICU in Spanish) in the hospital network, it does mention the figures that allow the calculation: With an inventory of 400 beds in the ICU network , there are 527 patients admitted who require intensive care, which denotes an occupation of 131.75%, which is the same as saying that there is an over-occupation of 31.75%.

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Almost all Germans feel stressed / supply of nutrients is important for coping with stress

Berlin (ots) – A terrifying number: 91 percent. That is the proportion of Germans who have recently felt stressed professionally or privately due to the corona crisis. This was the result of a representative survey by the FORSA Institute on behalf of the Working Group on Food Supplements (AK NEM) in the German Food Association. A balanced diet with an adequate supply of nutrients is also important for coping with stress, according to the AK NEM.

Stress in the corona crisis

Of the stressed Germans, 22 percent experience stress frequently and 37 percent sometimes. There are also 32 percent who are stressed at least once in a while. Only 9 percent can never be disturbed. Roughly every second r specifies the contact restrictions to curb the COVID 19 pandemic as a reason for the feeling of stress, because this means that there is no exchange with friends and family (49 percent) or leisure activities such as sports, cinema or dining out are restricted (48 percent) . Almost one in three (30 percent) felt stressed due to changing working conditions such as overtime, home office or the introduction of shift work – and one in four (26 percent) because there are fewer vacation options.

Dealing with stress correctly: Nutrition is also important

The strategies for dealing with stress are different. One result of the current survey is that many combine several methods of stress reduction: sports and exercise in the fresh air help every second respondent. It also helps the stressed out to meet with family and friends (38 percent), take care of their own health (37 percent) or pursue a hobby (34 percent). Almost a third (29 percent) pay attention to a balanced diet by eating varied and varied, another 15 percent take time to eat to relax.

Ensure an adequate supply of nutrients

Because with stress it is all the more important to make sure that the body is well supplied with all necessary nutrients, especially vitamins and minerals. A healthy and balanced diet can help you manage stress better. A sufficient supply of vitamins and minerals via the diet is important so that the body is well equipped to cope with additional stress. At least 10 percent of stressed Germans are currently doing this, according to the survey. In order to achieve the recommended intake amounts, it can be useful to supplement the diet with food supplements, according to the AK NEM.

Diet and stress: watch out for these micronutrients

With regard to stress, the substances that are responsible for the energy metabolism and the function of the nervous system are of particular importance:

– Vitamin C and A: Vitamin C is required to produce the hormone adrenaline. A quarter of an hour of stress can consume more than 300 milligrams of it. This can also affect the immune system, which is why all the nutrients that are important for this should be adequately supplied. In addition to vitamin C, these are primarily vitamin A, folic acid and zinc. Vitamin C is found in many fruits such as citrus fruits, black currants, sea buckthorn or kiwis, as well as vegetables such as peppers or red cabbage. Vitamin A and the provitamin beta-carotene can be found, for example, in yellow and red vegetables such as peppers, tomatoes and carrots.
– Pantothenic acid: Pantothenic acid contributes to normal synthesis and metabolism of steroid hormones, vitamin D and some neurotransmitters. The stress hormone cortisol is one such steroid hormone. Pantothenic acid also helps reduce tiredness and fatigue. Sources of pantothenic acid include peas, beans, lean meats, poultry, fish and whole grains.
– Vitamin B1, B6, biotin, niacin, iron and copper all contribute to maintaining a functioning nervous system. Vitamin B1 is e.g. B. in whole grain bread, yeast, peas, cauliflower and pork. Vitamin B6 is found in liver, sardines, eggs, cheese and curd cheese, for example. Sources of niacin include fish, poultry, liver and eggs. Iron is found in liver, green vegetables, legumes and whole grains, for example. Copper can also be found in liver, for example, but also in other offal, as well as in fish, shellfish and nuts.
– Vitamins B1, B2 and B12, biotin, niacin, C as well as iron, iodine, copper and manganese – like pantothenic acid – play a role in the body’s energy production. Sources of vitamin B2 include liver, wheat germ, cheese, eggs, curd cheese and yogurt. Vitamin B12 can be found, for example, in liver, mackerel or camembert. Manganese is found in whole grains, legumes, seedlings and walnuts.
– Vitamin E: Vitamin E supports cellular oxygenation and has an antioxidant effect. It occurs in foods with a high content of polyunsaturated fatty acids such as vegetable oils and nuts. Another source are whole grains.
– Magnesium: This mineral is an essential co-factor in more than 300 enzymatic reactions and plays an essential role in the supply and transfer of energy in the body. Under stress, the body needs more energy, which only works smoothly with very high enzyme activity. This in turn presupposes that sufficient magnesium is available. Unfortunately, stress leads to an increased loss of magnesium from the tissue, especially when this mineral is urgently needed. Sources of magnesium are whole grains, spinach, lentils, pumpkin seeds, bananas and milk products. The report and infographics can be downloaded here (https://www.lebensmittelverband.de/de/presse/pressemitteilungen/pm-20200723-covid-19-pandemie-corona-sommer-stress):

Working Group on Food Supplements (AK NEM)

Under the umbrella of the Food Association Germany, the Working Group on Food Supplements (AK NEM) is a platform for advocacy and for the professional exchange of legal and scientific questions about food supplements. In addition to the manufacturers of food supplements, its members also include raw material manufacturers and service providers.

Lebensmittelverband Deutschland e. V.

The Food Association Germany e. V. is the umbrella organization of the German food industry. It includes associations and companies from the entire food chain “from field to plate”, ie from agriculture, handicrafts, industry, trade and gastronomy. In addition, its members also include private investigation laboratories, law firms and individuals.

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