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The author is president,Centre for Policy Research For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsFollowing on a major structural reform last year the $670 million Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research (CGIAR) continues to reorganize the research efforts at its many centers into crosscutting programs Meanwhile donors worried about food security and global development—mostly foundations and developed countries—have been increasing their contributions by about 8% a year If they step up to 12% CGIAR will be on track to reach its goal of a billion-dollar budget by 2013 says Jonathan Wadsworth executive secretary of the CGIAR Fund "My impression is that the outlook is very good" he says The funding situation and research portfolio have been impacted by two big changes that happened last year In April 2010 a CGIAR Fund was created to encourage governments and other donors to give unrestricted funds rather than provide grants for specific projects at particular centers "The problem with the large number of individual agreements is that it is quite difficult to fit them together in a coherent way" Wadsworth says At the same time the centers created a consortium to set 16 overarching research priorities "For the first time in 40 years we’re united around a common vision" says Lloyd Le Page head of the CGIAR consortium Five programs previously announced include rice forests drylands maize and climate change Yesterday the consortium announced six more: Policies Institutions and Markets ($2656 million) Roots Tubers and Bananas ($2073 million) Agriculture for Improved Nutrition and Health ($1914 million) Meat Milk and Fish ($1197 million) Wheat ($1136 million) Aquatic Agriculture Systems ($594 million) These programs will total $477 million over 3 years to be paid by the CGIAR Fund to centers from existing donations and pledges Counting funds pledged to other partners the six programs represent $957 million Kenneth Cassman of the University of Nebraska Lincoln who chairs the consortium’s Independent Science and Partnership Council explained in an e-mail to ScienceInsider: "The key point is that these new global programs start with defining the scientific issues of greatest importance to the goals of hunger and poverty alleviation improved nutrition and conservation of natural resources in developing countries Once identified each program develops a workplan to leverage global resources—including the Centers national research programs in developing countries research institutes and universities in developed countries NGOs and private sector—to make measurable progress towards achieving these goals as efficiently and effectively as possible"Written by Ishi Khosla | Published: August 19 2017 2:23 am Scientific studies and research have shown that besides genetic factors longevity is strongly linked to food and exercise habits Top News Immortality is impossible but living a long life isn’t Some cultures like the Vilcabambans of the Ecuadorian Andes the Hunza of Pakistan and the centenarians of the Okinawa island in Japan are known for their long lives and may help scientists dealing with life expectancy Okinawa for instance is home to the world’s healthiest elderly with the longest recorded life expectancies Scientific studies and research have shown that besides genetic factors longevity is strongly linked to food and exercise habits Low-calorie healthy diets and high physical activity in these extraordinarily healthy societies are the secrets for their extended lifespans with virtually no reported incidence of diseases like high blood pressure heart disease cancer diabetes and other degenerative diseases such as rheumatism osteoporosis Alzheimer’s and vision problems So what are the dietary secrets to longevity Eating less has been found to be critical and seems to be the centrepiece of longevity In animal experiments researchers have demonstrated that calorie restriction has now been clearly proven to be effective and up to 30 per cent calorie restriction leads to extended years in a manner believed to be similar to genetic modification Additionally high intake of vegetables fruits whole grains soy fish and eating less fat along with healthy lifestyle seems to explain protection from diseases and increased lifespan A study reported that healthy older Okinawans eat an average of seven servings of vegetables seven servings of whole grains two servings of soy products; fish twice or thrice a week and very little sugar and added fats Their diets include little meat and no margarines hydrogenated fats or trans fat Although the impact of good nutrition on health and disease begins very early in life it’s never too late to make changes According to researchers at age 65 men and women in high- income countries still have a life expectancy of a further 15 and 19 years respectively The older one becomes the longer one is likely to live and thus by the time men and women reach age 75 life expectancy is still 9 and 11 years respectively This dispels the common assumption that changes in lifestyle to improve health are no longer worthwhile in old age In fact the prevalence of heart disease diabetes hypertension obesity and arthritis is highest in the older population Studies demonstrate that it is still worthwhile for older people to make lifestyle changes like diet modification weight reduction sodium restriction saturated fat restriction smoking cessation — and that these changes make life in later years healthier more active and less dependent Clearly living long is not a coincidence It is a result of many factors and when it comes to health and longevity the sum of the dietary components is greater than its individual elements The important thing to be remembered is that these scientifically proven secrets of the world’s healthiest and long-lived people are simple to say the least Adopting them with common sense can certainly extend your later years with vibrancy and vitality Super-centenarian diet * Eat less and eat well- low calories and nutrient dense foods *Choose a diet particularly rich in phyto-chemicals (antioxidants) vitamin B6 B12 folic acid zinc calcium iron chromium vitamin D & E and omega-3 fats * Eat good carbohydrates good fat high-quality proteins and fibre * Include plenty of whole grains fruits and vegetables into your dietary plans *Include protein-rich foods such as fish soy legumes — peas and beans seeds nuts fermented milk products buttermilk & fermented foods Author is a clinical nutritionist and founder of wwwtheweightmonitorcom and Whole Foods India For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Agencies | Jammu | Published: October 3 2012 5:27 pm Related News Demanding ban on the screening of the film ‘Oh My God’ for alleged anti-religious contentBajrang Dal and Hindustan Shiv Sena activists today held protests and tore posters of the film in cinema halls here Led by District coordinator Bajrang DalRakesh Sharmaover 100 activists tore and removed the film posters from the walls of cinema hallswhile HSS members burnt director Umesh Shukla’s effigy Bajrang Dal workers also briefly clashed with policewho objected to removal of the posters in cinema halls “We are demanding ban on the screening of the film OMG due to anti-religious depiction of various characters There have been scene in the film in which waters from holy Ganges have been mixed with liquor and God and Goddesses have been portrayed in bad language” Sharma told reporters here today “The Hindu society will not tolerate this at all…film industry should stop portrayal of Gods and Goddesses in bad picture” he saidadding”J&K government and other states should ban the screening of the film otherwise Bajrang Dal would intensify its agitation” Over 80 activists of Hindustan Shiv Sena also took out protest rally in the city and raised anti-OGM slogans demanding ban on the film The movie has generated controversy over depiction of Hindu Gods and Indian spiritual traditions Complaints have been lodged against the lead actors for hurting religious sentiments of Hindusand a notice was also sent to them ‘Oh My God’ is a 2012 Bollywood fantasy-comedy movie that satires organised religion It is produced by Akshay Kumar and Paresh Rawal and based on a Gujarati play called Kanji Virudh (vs) Kanjiand with a plot similar to that of the Australian film The Man Who Sued God For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related Newsthe number of such incidents might come down. Officials at the city police stationhoweversaid no FIR in this regard has been lodged If such incidents happenwe should be informed so that the matter can be resolved But no FIR has been recently lodged? ? Rahul waved at me. “In these attacks three persons have received serious injuries while nearly ten have received minor ones; we are filing a consolidated FIR in Gauriganj, We are not seeing any significant churn. Acting in-charge of Kutubsher police station B P Singh said FIRs have been lodged from both sides. signalling and telecom network,In this instance,Written by Shubhangi Khapre | Mumbai | Updated: December 2

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