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A Review on Clinical Laboratory Outbreak of Sudden Death Syndrome in Broiler Chicken in Kathmandu Valley Nepal
A Review on Clinical Laboratory Outbreak of Sudden Death Syndrome in Broiler Chicken in Kathmandu Valley Nepal
A Review on Clinical Laboratory Outbreak of Sudden Death Syndrome in Broiler Chicken in Kathmandu Valley Nepal
Kedar Karki ; Pragya Koirala
Central Veterinary Laboratory in Kathmandu Tripureshwor Nepal
Sudden death of broiler birds of above 40 days was suddenly increased in the month of August 2008 in Kathmandu valley. Birds which were presented for post-mortem examination in Central Veterinary Laboratory Tripureswor Kathmandu were usually found dead on their backs with wings out-stretched. Incidence of this condition recorded was between 1.5 to 2.5% of the flock. The mean mortality due to sudden death syndrome was 1.3 – 9.6% and mortality was peak after 6 week of age. Post-mortem necropsies of birds affected by Sudden Death Syndrome were well-fleshed with edema and general pulmonary congestion. Feed was present along the entire digestive tract and the gall bladder was empty. The liver and kidneys were slightly congested and have patchy subcapsular hemorrhage. The heart was containing clotted blood in the atria and the ventricles are most often empty. Microbial and Mycobial culture of tissue samples of liver, lung, spleen, Proventriculus revealed in majority of samples the growth of Penicillium and Aspergillus spp of fungus and E.coli and Staphylococcus spp of bacteria. On feed restriction, supplementation of glucose containing electrolyte, liquid toxin binder, Immunomodulaters, acidifier and antibiotic reduced the mortality. The condition seems to be related to fast growth rate . In extreme situations, feed restriction need to be practiced which will virtually eliminate sudden death syndrome. A practical approach seems to use diets with 5-7% reduction in nutrient density. Giving more space and supportive treatment with anti-stress medicine may be beneficial.
Sudden death syndrome , broiler birds, Microbial and Mycobial culture, Penicillium and Aspergillus spp of fungus, feed restriction, glucose containing electrolyte, liquid toxin binder, Immunomodulaters, acidifier,
Background of outbreak of Sudden Death Syndrome in Kathmandu Valley.
During the first week of August 2008 there sudden increase in mortality of broilers of above 6 week age. Just before death birds appear normal and it is common to observe that these birds will be feeding, drinking or walking normally. Birds exhibit clinical signs such as extending their neck, squawk and start wing beating as well as leg extension before fall back on their back and birds used to die suddenly. Post-mortem necropsies of birds affected by Sudden Death Syndrome were well-fleshed with edema and general pulmonary congestion. Feed was present along the entire digestive tract and the gall bladder was empty. The liver and kidneys were slightly congested and have patchy subcapsular hemorrhage. The heart was containing clotted blood in the atria and the ventricles are most often empty.
Material and Methods:
1: Clinical Epidemiological observation of affected flocks.
2: Post-mortem examination and Microbial and Mycobial evaluation of tissue samples.
3: Evaluation of possible treatment and preventive measure
Epidemiology of Affected flock with sudden Death Syndrome in Month of August 2008:
Population at risk
Postmortem finding of SDS birds:
Postmortem finding of birds which died of sudden death syndrome revealed all birds were well-fleshed with edema and general pulmonary congestion. Feed was present along the entire digestive tract and the gall bladder was empty. The liver and kidneys were slightly congested and have patchy subcapsular hemorrhage. The heart with containing clotted blood in the atria and the ventricles were most often empty. The edematous lung was observed. There was milky fluid in proventricular gland and intact food particles were present in gizzard, spleenomegally to spleeno atrophy was observed in almost all birds which were examined.
Laboratory Finding of Mycobiota and Micro biota of Postmortem Tissue samples:A total 86 tissue samples of lung,liver,speen,peoventriculus gizzard,were collected during postmortem examination and were subjected for both bacterial and mycological culture in respective media for culture and identification laboratory findings of which is presented below.
Bacterial spp isolated
Treatment and Preventive measure advised to rest of birds in flock:
All birds remaining in flocks were advised two restrict the feed up to 8-10% and feed to twice daily only. Along with this it was advised to supplement glucose containing electrolyte liquid toxin binders like toxolivum ,toxol, kokonil, immunomodulater like immunocare,and and simple broad-spectrum antibiotics were advised to provide in water while supplementation of multivitamin B complex was totally withdrawn .
Review of literatures:
Sudden Death Syndrome is an acute heart failure disease that affects mainly male fast growing chickens that seem to be in good condition. The birds suddenly start to flap their wings, lose their balance, sometimes cry out, and then fall on their backs or sides and die; usually all within a minute (Satya 1).Sudden Death Syndrome kills 0.1% to 3% of broilers in European Countries. UK survey of broiler ascites and sudden death syndrome in 1993(The Welfare of Broiler Chicken 2). H.A. Upandra reported that Broilers that die of sudden death syndrome show no specific abnormalities. Birds usually male, appear healthy and are often above average flock body weight. Just before death birds appear normal and it is common to observe that these birds will be feeding, drinking or walking normally. Birds exhibit clinical signs such as extending their neck, squawk and start wing beating as well as leg extension before fall back on their back. Hence some farmers call this condition as cases of heart attack. Death occurs within minutes. Post mortem examination fails to exhibit any specific lesion. Hence it is also considered as a Behavioral Disease. However many workers who recorded behavioral pattern of birds concluded that there is no single behavior pattern can be attributed to this condition.
Pathology of sudden death syndrome is studied many workers and they found that birds affected by sudden death syndrome are always well-fleshed with edema and general pulmonary congestion. Feed is present along the entire digestive tract and the gall bladder is usually empty. The liver and kidneys may be slightly congested and have patchy subcapsular hemorrhage. The heart may contain clotted blood in the atria and the ventricles are most often empty. The edematous lung observed in cases of SDS was thought to be the contributing factor of death but in all probabilities it is a normal observation in birds that on their back for some time.
A number of studies have been aimed at correlating changes in tissue mineral, electrolyte and fat content as it relates to Sudden Death Syndrome. Sudden Death Syndrome affected birds showed elevated levels of liver calcium and reduced iron in lungs and kidneys. A small but statistically significant reduction in the potassium content and an increase in sodium content of heart tissue are also reported in Sudden Death Syndrome birds. However it is not known if these changes are causative or the consequence of Sudden Death Syndrome.
Because female broilers have a much lower incidence of Sudden Death Syndrome and Leghorns of either sex rarely show the condition, a comparative study was made in male broiler birds using either female broilers or Leghorn birds as control in studying the blood parameters. Male birds consistently exhibited elevated levels of blood glucose, Blood uric acid and lactate dehydrogenase as compared to females birds. As far as blood electrolyte study is considered, Sudden Death Syndrome birds had higher levels of blood potassium. These data again pose the question of how to interpret biochemical profiles of Sudden Death Syndrome birds, because in most instances, birds have been dead for some time prior to blood sampling.
Other factors such as diet texture and restriction programs have been studied with a view to isolating causative agents in Sudden Death Syndrome . It is reported that feed restriction can reduce mortality due to Sudden Death Syndrome in broiler chicks but feed restriction can reduce the body weight of these birds. It is concluded that Sudden Death Syndrome can be prevented by growing birds at a slower rate.
Diet protein per se seems to have little effect on Sudden Death Syndrome . Relatively little research aimed at investigating the role of dietary aminoacids on incidence of SDS is taken up. Taurine is considered to be a non-essential amino-acids for poultry. While avian species are assumed to synthesize sufficient taurine, reduced cardiac taurine levels have been associated with heart tissue degeneration in turkeys. Furazolidone is known to cause heart muscle degeneration in turkeys and this is accompanied by reduction in tissue taurine levels. Feeding up to 0.2% taurine to broilers resulted in a small reduction in incidence of Sudden Death Syndrome.
Use of various sources of energy in the diet has also been suspected in affecting the occurrence of Sudden Death Syndrome. The replacement of carbohydrate by fat is suspected to be a factor. The occurrence of Sudden Death Syndrome seems to be increased by feeding hydrogenated fat such as coconut oil as compared to birds fed comparable levels of unsaturated sunflower oil.
Biotin has been singled out most frequently among vitamins as a possible factor in Sudden Death Syndrome. It is suggested that biotin may be an important factor in increasing the occurrence of Sudden Death Syndrome if it is complicated by the incidence of fatty liver and kidney syndrome. The Sudden Death Syndrome seems to be worse when biotin is marginal and other Vitamin B are in excess.
Among many drugs used in poultry the role of anticoccidial drugs perhaps have received more attention than other drugs. There is some evidence of higher Sudden Death Syndrome mortality when anticoccidial drugs are used. Historically the occurrence of Sudden Death Syndrome does coincide with the introduction of the ionophore anticoccidials. However the involvement of ionophores in Sudden Death Syndrome is far from clear and typical pathological lesion of ionophore toxicity have not been reported in Sudden Death Syndrome diagnosed birds.
It is obvious that there is no one treatment or preventive system for the control of SDS in broilers. The condition is undoubtedly related to fast growth rate and as such management techniques to reduce the early maximum genetic potential for growth after the best preventive measure. One of the most successful techniques used to hamper early growth rate is a step-down lighting programme. Broilers are subjected to reduced day light between 5-18 day of growth. This effectively reduces feed intake and so hampers early growth rate. In extreme situations, feed restriction can also be practiced and this will virtually eliminate Sudden Death Syndrome. A practical approach is to use diets with 5-7% reduction in nutrient density. Giving more space and supportive treatment with anti-stress medicine may be beneficial (H.A. Upandra). Sudden death syndrome in fast growing broiler chickens has been recognized as a patho-physiological entity for four decades, but its pathogenesis still remains unknown. More recent investigations provided evidence that link SDS to cardiac arrhythmia, but the mechanism triggering arrhythmogenesis and factors responsible for fatal outcome are poorly understood. In order to understand the chain of events leading to Sudden Death Syndrome in broilers, the present study focused on putative mechanisms that trigger arrhythmia and mechanisms that predispose the myocardium to fatal arrhythmia. Susceptibility of broilers to cardiac arrhythmia under stress conditions was evaluated using a simulated stress test with epinephrine. Detailed histopathological evaluation of the broiler heart was undertaken to identify structural features that may predispose the myocardium to fatal arrhythmia. The simulated stress challenge revealed that many broilers are highly susceptible to stress induced cardiac arrhythmia. In some broilers the stress challenge induced severe ventricular arrhythmia, and the life threatening nature of this arrhythmia was evidenced by the fact that several birds showing the most severe arrhythmic responses, died suddenly within several days after the stress challenge. Examination of hearts of broilers that died of Sudden Death Syndrome revealed microscopic lesions in the cardiomyocytes, and widespread changes in the sub-endocardial and mural His-Purkinje system (HPS). Immune staining for Caspase-3 confirmed that numerous Purkinje cells in the left ventricular myocardium from broiler chickens that died of SDS were undergoing apoptosis. The observed lesions suggest that the electrical stability of the myocardium was compromised. Taken together, our findings indicate that stress is a most likely trigger of cardiac arrhythmia in broilers, whereas the pathological changes seen in the myocardium and in the HPS in fast growing broilers provide a very conducive milieu for sustained ventricular arrhythmia. In cases where the electrical stability of the myocardium is compromised, even an episodic arrhythmic event may readily degenerate to catastrophic ventricular fibrillation and sudden death. We conclude that the combination of stress and changes in the cardiomyocytes and HPS are the key requisite features in the pathogenesis of SDS (4 A A Olkowski, C Wojnarowicz, S Nain, B Ling, J M Alcorn, B Laarveld). A condition of broiler chickens of unknown cause, possibly metabolic. It can be induced by lactic acidosis and about 70% of birds affected are males(5 www.thepoultrysite.com/diseaseinfo/146/sudden-death-syndrome-flipover ). Sudden death syndrome usually occurs in heavy, fast-growing and healthy-looking broilers. Most of the affected birds are males. The characteristic necropsy changes are seen in well-fleshed broilers with edema and generalized pulmonary congestion, recently ingested feed in the crop and gizzard, distended intestine with creamy content and empty gall bladder. The liver and kidneys are slightly enlarged and the latter have patchy areas of subcapsular hemorrhage. The heart contains clotted blood in the atria but the ventricles are often empty and the left ventricle in particular assumes a hypertrophied appearance (6 J.C. Ononiwu, R.G. Thomson, H.C. Carlson, and R.J. Julian). A syndrome specifically associated with broiler breeders. Clinical signs – Mortality ranging from 0.5 to 8% per week with most of the birds dying at feeding time. No evidence of respiratory infection. Commences as flock reaches about 5% production and being worst about 20-30% production. It is believed that this is most likely to be due to a mineral imbalance associated with low potassium as the flock comes into lay. Treatment including 3.5Kg/tonne of potassium carbonate has reduced the incidence (7 members.tripod.com/poultryworld/dis_dir.htm).
Result and Discussion:
All the birds remaining in all affected flocks responded to the above treatment management and there was marked improvement in controlling of the syndrome.As todays broiler birds are genetically so engineered that they are suppose to achieve maximum body weight gain during the schedule period of 45days there is trend of using feed additives which also exerts some health problem in broiler as well they causes the problem like tibial dyschondroplacia in heavey weight broiler has been reported by many workers in Europe and elesewhere.As today universally a total of 30-35 grains are being contaminated with one or other toxigenic fungus whose deleterious effect on livestock and poultry health has been well documented were it causes sudden death also coincides with finding of this observation. Further more especially during hot humid season whish increases stress to birds as well as there is a conducive environment for the growth of mold and fungus also provides higher risk to the birds for the deleterious effect of mycotoxin in broiler health.Still today so far in the management of mycotoxin and mycosis only there is practice of using toxinbinders only during feed formulation process in feed mills.Which alone is not suffient to minimize effect to fungal contamination during storage if poultry especially broilers of finisher age have to protected some management pattern need to be changed.
Conclusion and recommendation:
All clinical laboratory and epidemiological patterns observed in this investigation indicates that broilers in good body weight condition when not harvested timely and remain in poultry shade for prolong time due to the congestion of space enhances a stress factor. Along with this with increase in humidity and hot season favors the growth of mold and fungus in stored feeds there was increasing the risk of birds to mycosis. Under such circumstances birds are in danger to be affected by mycotoxicosis under such situation if a proper preventive measure to prevent the deleterious effect of mycotoxin is not under taken any time an unexpected syndrome may appear in poultry establishment. As this was a sudden mortality in broiler has been reported for first time finding of this invested need to be looked into.
1: Satya Feb 06: The Real Cost of Cheap Chicken by Joyce D’Silva www.satyamag.com/feb06/dsilva.html – Retrieved on 8 August 2008
2:The Welfare of Broiler Chicken ciwf.org.uk/publications/…/the_welfare_of_broiler_chickens_2000.pdf – Retrieved on 8 August 2008
3: SUDDEN DEATH SYNDROME:Dr. H.A. Upandra, Associate Professor, Dept. of Clinical Veterinary Medicine, Veterinary College, UAS, Bangalore: www.vetcareindia.com/halchal_sudden%20syndrome.htm – 15k – Retrieved on 8 August 2008
4: Res Vet Sci. 2007 Sep 26; : 17904171 (P,S,E,B,D) A study on pathogenesis of sudden death syndrome in broiler chickens. A A Olkowski, C Wojnarowicz, S Nain, B Ling, J M Alcorn, B Laarveld : lib.bioinfo.pl/pmid:17904171 – 62k. Retrieved on 8 August 2008
5: Sudden Death Syndrome, ‘Flipover’ ThePoultrySite Quick Disease Guide www.thepoultrysite.com/diseaseinfo/146/sudden-death-syndrome-flipover- Retrieved on 8 August 2008
6 : Pathological Studies of “Sudden Death Syndrome” in Broiler Chickens
J.C. Ononiwu, R.G. Thomson, H.C. Carlson, and R.J. Julian
:www.pubmedcentral.nih.gov/articlerender.fcgi?artid=1789498- Retrieved on 8 August 2008
7: THE A-Z POULTRY DISEASE INDEX: members.tripod.com/poultryworld/dis_dir.htm- Retrieved on 8 August 2008
We would like to extend our sincier thanks to Dr.Dev Raj Adhikari SVO and incharge of Central Veterinary Hospital Tripureshwor, Kathmandu for providining early indication of problem. Our gratitude goes to the all broiler farmers of Kathmandu Valley for cooperating with this investigation team through out the observation period. Mr.Bal Bahadur Kunwar Srnior Vet.Technician and Mr.Bhimsen Adhikari Vet.Technician of Microbioly Unit of Central Veterinary Laboratory for their tedious work in lab for cultureing and processing of all samples deserves a special thanks. We would like to extend our heartfelt gratitude to Dr Esmeraldo M. Cabana, DVSM, MVSt (VPath) Veterinary Pathologist Animal Health Laboratories
Diagnostic Services Branch Department of Primary Industries and Water, Australian Government service Tasmania.and Dr.Lin, Tsang Long,Avian Pathologist and Dr.Hooser, Stephen B Head, Toxicology Sect. & Asst. Director,Animal Disease Diagnostic Laboratory Purdue University U.S.A for their continuous guidance through Email for this investigation and its documentation.Last but not least Dr.Poornima Manandhar chief of CVL Tripureshwor deserve a special thanks from this investigation team for her continuous inspiration
Dr.Kedar Karki.M.V.St. Preventive Veterinary Medicine CLSU Philippines
Senior Veterinary Officer
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What is possible? Have you ever come up with a great idea or had
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is that really possible? Whether it is a quick gut check out of
fear or our limiting beliefs speaking, it seems the safe way out
and a way to maintain the status quo. I am certain that a
million great personal and professional journeys get stopped
right at this question.
What would our world be like today if people like Thomas Edison,
Louis Pasteur, or Marie Curie asked themselves that question and
just gave up? What if all the legendary artists and musicians
compromised or listened to some authority figure telling them to
“get a real job”?
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little time to “play” our best ideas come to us. So, consider
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The Man in Yellow
Unless you have been living under a rock, you have at least
heard about Lance Armstrong’s comeback from cancer to win the
Tour de France an unprecedented 7 times in a row. As a cyclist
and fan, I’ve read and watched more than my share of Lance
related news and features. However, there are a few key points
that I think are worth pondering for a few moments as we look at
“what is possible”.
When Lance was diagnosed with metastasized cancer in 1996 as he
was emerging as a champion cyclist, all bets from the top
medical professionals in the land were that this guy had 30%
chance or less to survive yet alone return to his profession as
a cyclist. What if Lance looked at the odds and asked himself
“what is possible” and just gave up? It would have been easy
enough to do, but he didn’t even consider that as an option. He
set his mind and body on the singular focus of recovery and came
through beating all odds.
Well, that’s beating impossibility enough, isn’t it? Well, no,
it’s not; he may have beat cancer, but what about being a
competitive cyclist? Surely most people would consider the
question “what is possible” and then go find a desk job
somewhere. Nope. Not this man, he chose to ignore what was
possible and decided to create his own possibility.
But surely, it is not possible for this man to be competitive
yet alone win the toughest and most physically grueling bike
race on the planet (over 3000km in 20 days of racing with untold
meters of climbing). Well, the impossible must be possible
because on July 24, 2005 he won it for the 7th time in a row and
has dominated his sport like no other in the history of cycling.
Not only that but through his non-profit foundation he directly
impacts the lives of many in the cancer community while pushing
the scientific community to take research to a new level.
Be strong. Pain is temporary but quitting lasts forever. – Lance
Besides the belief that it is possible, the ability to carry on
and not quit even when things look bleak makes all the
difference in defining what truly is possible. While life offers
no guarantees, belief, attitude, and hard work most certainly up
your odds and bring the impossible closer to possible. For
millions of people, especially those affected by cancer, this
man has redefined the realm of possibility.
Some Flightless Waterfowl
What would a bunch of penguins have to do with defining
possibility? I mean, really they are birds and cannot even fly!
Well, I recently went to see the most remarkable documentary
movie March of the Penguins. It is an unforgettable tale of
love, determination, and the seemingly impossible existence of
the emperor penguin.
Each winter, in the coldest, most inhospitable climate on the
planet, Antarctica, the emperor penguins begin a journey they
have taken for millions of years. While I couldn’t begin to do
the tale justice, the bottom line is these creatures walk
hundreds of miles in sub-freezing temperatures, go without food
for months, and risk their lives daily all for the singular
focus of bringing forth new life.
Now I know these penguins are not sitting around the iceberg
eating fishes and analyzing the intellectual possibility and
probability of this journey. But, you just have to say, after
watching the film, how the heck is that possible? Was Mother
Nature off her rocker the day she designed this? Well, maybe
it’s because the penguins don’t ask, they just do what they need
to in order to live and thrive and that is what makes the
What’s Possible for You?
While these little examples exemplify the notion of “impossible
made possible”, my hunch is that you see examples like these,
feel a huge sense of inspiration, but often take not another
step forward because you think – but it’s not possible for me.
So, this month, do a little mid-year exploration of your goals
and dreams. What has been stopping you from taking that first
step? Has it been the “is it possible” question?
If so, take a few minutes to explore things from the belief that
possibility is infinite. From the vantage point of knowing
anything truly is possible, ask yourself, “What will I do
different today, tomorrow, and in the future to make my dreams a
reality”? Spend some time journaling or brainstorming about it
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Liverpool â âThe World in One Cityâ
Among other things, Liverpool promises that creative industries, culture and tourism will form the basis of the 2008 project and that the year will be a continuous festival that will feature something for everyone. In addition to this, long term projects including the regeneration of the waterfront and various cultural centres, such as the Tate Liverpool, will ensure that the development is sustainable and that the improvements will continue to benefit the city long after the title has been passed on.
Changes in national and international perceptions regarding Liverpool pave the way for potentially profitable investment opportunities. This is because, as the foundations are laid for its transformation into a city of world class proportions, investment into the city becomes an increasingly attractive option. And of course, property is the ideal long term investment. Two million additional tourists are expected in Liverpool in 2008 – they will need food, and more importantly accommodation for the duration of their stay, meaning that there is a small fortune to be made off property ownership in the city. Central to this opportunity is the development of the residential wing of the new Kingâs Waterfront by David McLean and City Lofts which is set for completion at the end of 2007.
Although residential property investment can be a source of stress because of the inconvenience of finding and managing tenants, City Lofts will manage your property and ensure that the process is smooth and that both the tenant and the landowner are satisfied. This detracts from the nuisance of owning property and makes investment into the new Liverpool development even more viable. Investing in property also ensures a comfortable nest egg for retirement, either as a mortgage-free home in cosmopolitan Liverpool, or as a source of income for those choosing to remain where they are. Either way, with the property market set to boom and the utility and security associated with property investments, it would be a mistake for those wishing to invest money, not to consider the new City Lofts development in Liverpool.
Hollywood Undead Swan Songs Track 11: City Let’s watch it burn Let’s watch it burn Let’s watch this city burn the world Let’s watch this city burn From the sky over top the world Til there’s nothing left of her Let’s watch this city burn the world watch things turn to ash With two empty cans of gas The only evidence they have Is the police catch on my mask And its hardly time to ask If you can save my heart for last And its hard to face the facts When the darkness fades to black It’s not just make beleive When they make me take a seat And they put amphetamines in the air and make me breath So come on and grab your children Look out for burning buildings And civillians who perish they kill them by the million And billionss of people die For a lost cause So now I pray for my nation thats destroyed under god (it’s the end of the world) All my battles have been won But the war has just begun Let’s watch this city burn From the sky over top the world Till there’s nothing left in her Let’s watch the city burn away The city looks so pretty Do you wanna burn it with me? Till the skies bleed ashes And the fuckin sky crashes We make ashes just with matches To ignite the flame And all the hopes of a young teen Fuckin insane stays the same Take the pill And go get drunk And go get killed Double dose Acid life and acid death Breathing till there is no breath I will not die in the night but in the light of the sun and the ashes of this world in my lungs But who am I to say Lets all …
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How To Lose Weight From A Low Carbohydrate Diet Plan
With the sudden boom of dieting in the country, different diet programs have been introduced in the country. Although many experts believe that proper exercise and not only diet can lose those pounds in a healthy way, many people still believe in the power of diet programs and diet plans. One of the most controversial kinds of diet plans is the low-carbohydrate diet program, which focuses on the reduction of carbohydrate consumption in the body.
According to the theory, when carbohydrates are no longer being taken in, the body will be forced to use fats and water as alternative sources of energy; thereby helping to shed off those unwanted pounds.
Fats, unbeknownst to many, can actually be converted to energy. The body just doesn’t use it as the first priority because it is more complex in structure and therefore, harder to break down and convert into energy. Among the popular low carbohydrate diets in the country is the Atkins diet.
Despite arguments from its critics, low carbohydrate diet has proven its effectiveness in terms of losing that extra weight. To date, it counts millions of followers not only in the country but also outside America.
Actually, cutting down on carbohydrates in the diet is a practice that people have been doing for years. When people cut down on their rice or bread or do not eat rice at all, they are reducing their carbohydrate intake. Of course, because it is not an official diet plan they are not really restricting themselves completely. When you are under a diet plan, you are not allowed to eat any kind of carbohydrates.
One of the advantages of low carbohydrate diet is the fact that it can actually increase the levels of good cholesterol in the body. This is really good news to people who have a heart problem. This is perhaps the reason why Atkins diet was used for cardio patients. This diet plan can also reduce the amount of triglycerides in the body. Triglycerides can be dangerous when combined with a high level of LDL or bad cholesterol. Both can increase the risk for heart attack and heart disease.
Low carb diet plans are also found to be good in balancing mood swings. They will not be prone to extreme lows such as depression or extreme high. People who are under the program are found to have fairly stable energy levels unlike those with high carbo levels.
LOW CARB DIET 101
Indeed, a lot has been said about various diets and how these work for some people. There’ s the Atkins Diet, the South Beach, the After-Six Diet plan and so on goes on the list of diet crazes that swept the western world and even Asian regions. Among all these, one type of diet has become popular than the others it’s called the Low Carb Diet.
Basically, low carb diet actually emphasizes cutting down on from a person’s daily food intake. This diet allows the dieter to take in all foods except those that have carbohydrates. Although there are many testimonies that prove that low carb diet really works, you must be very knowledgeable first about its pros and cons before deciding to go with the hype.
People who have tried low carb diets say that its advantages include:
1. Faster and quicker weight loss compared to fasting.
2. The diet may result to higher protein intake and absorption.
3. It stabilizes blood sugar levels and is extremely beneficial to those who suffer from diabetics.
Experts say that the disadvantages of low carb diets may include:
- High cholesterol levels due to the lack of protein-rich and fatty foods that has saturated fats.
- Increased blood pressure due to elimination of whole grains products that help lower blood pressure.
- It can lead to osteoporosis because there will be no enough supply of calcium.
- In some cases, this diet can lead to diarrhea, constipation, and severe headaches.
- Low carb diets increase the possibility of lower mental acuity.
- Instead of losing weight, this diet can lead to weight gain.
If you are planning on taking low carb diet, here are some helpful tips to keep you in track:
1. Make sure to drink lots of water to avoid dehydration and constipation.
2. Consider taking in more fiber and vitamin supplements.
3. Cease from consuming products that has sugar.
4. Cut down on taking in products that contain caffeine.
5. Monitor your daily carbohydrate intake.
6. Don’t mind calories, they are allowed in this diet.
7. Acquire a carbohydrate counter to keep you updated.
8. Do regular physical activities and exercise to reach ketosis easily.
9. Brace yourself for diarrhea that may last for a couple of days.
10. If possible, avoid eating foods that have saturated fats.
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Mountain Biking Accessories
When you first start out with mountain biking, it can be a bit overwhelming when you walk into a bike store to buy your first mountain bike and see all of the available accessories you’ll need when you first start riding.
There are several mountain biking accessories and related products that you can purchase. Although the sales staff will try to sell you anything they can, the real question for those on a budget isn’t what’s cool, but what accessories you need to make your rides more safe and enjoyable. By starting with these accessories, you’ll be just fine when you hit the trails.
The bike helmet is the most important mountain biking accessory that you can buy. No one should ever be on a bike without a helmet. There have been many people who have experienced serious head injury, when it could have prevented by wearing a helmet. All mountain bike helmets are comfortable and stylish and everyone who rides on the trails wears one.
Mountain bike gloves
No matter what season you ride in, your hands can take a beating. Beginners will normally keep a death grip on the handle bars, which can be very brutal for their hands. When you crash, your hands will be the first thing to hit the ground – and everyone crashes at some point. Mountain bike gloves are a must have accessory, as they will take the beating for you.
Mountain bike shorts
After the first few mountain bike rides you take, you’ll notice that your rear end will be quite uncomfortable. Even though your body will adjust, bike shorts are great to have as they will help keep it at a bare minimum. You can get shorts that are very comfortable, making them a great addition to your mountain bike ride.
Mountain bike shoes
Depending on the type of pedals you have and the type of riding you do, you’ll want to pick your mountain bike shoes accordingly. If your bike has clipless type pedals, you’ll want to get shoes to accept the special cleat for your pedals. Good mountain bike shoes are durable, comfortable, and also a stiff sole for better efficiency when pedaling. Also, you should make sure to get the right shoe for the terrain you’ll be riding in as well.
If you get something in your eye, you can run off the trail in a matter of seconds. Sunglasses or clear lensed glasses can help keep your eyes safe from debris, as well as protect them from the wind. When you buy your glasses, make sure they are non-breakable.
Bringing a water bottle or hydration backpack with you is always a great idea. It’s very easy to get dehydrated so you should always bring water with you and drink it on the trail to ensure that your body stays properly hydrated at all times.
Trail repair kit
It’s easy to get stuck in the woods or on the trail if you don’t bring the proper repair kit for your bike. To be on the safe side, bring a multi-tool designed for bike repair, tire levers, and a patch kit for fixing flat tires.
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The cold hard steel of the harpoon’s point Struck deep into its side. We played out line and backed the oars And took the cruel sleighride. The term “Nantucket Sleighride” was coined by the whalers to explain what happened after they harpooned a whale. (Nantucket Island was considered the whaling capital of the world during the 19th century.) The first strike of the harpoon was not intended to kill the whale but only to attach it to the whale boat. The whale would take off pulling the whale boat along at speeds of up to 23 mph (37 kmh). The whale would eventually tire itself out, the leading officer in the boat would then use a penetrating lance to kill the whale. Nantucket Sleighride is Dedicated to Owen Coffin who was cabin boy aboard the whaler Essex, which was destroyed by a sperm whale in 1819. Owen ended up in the lifeboat with Captain Pollard, his uncle. Two other lifeboats also put out. During the next 3 – 4 months, the lifeboats separated. One was never seen again, but some of those on the remaining two boats were eventually rescued. During those long months at sea (and on desert islands), many of the men died. The remainder eventually had to resort to cannibalism to survive. After the dead of natural causes were consumed, the men determined to draw lots to see who would sacrifice his life for the others. Owen Coffin “won” the lottery. The Captain tried to take Owen’s place, but the youth insisted on his “right”. The executioner was also drawn by lot. That …
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Probability And Investment!
If I want to be good as an investor, then I need to be good at arithmetic to analyze the odds of an investment. Also, I need to be able to read and write. There is where scholastic education plays an important role. Scholastic education teaches me how to read, write and do arithmetic. It is one of the three vital educations as highlighted by the Rich Dad’s series by Robert Kiyosaki. The other two vital educations are professional education and financial education.
How does arithmetic play a part in investment? To answer this question, I need to explain a little on the probability using the example of a coin.
What happen when I throw a coin and let it lands onto the table? It is obvious that the coin is either going to show head or tail. What if I throw 2 times, what are the chances of the coin showing head?
I cannot really be sure what are the chances. I may get 2 heads in a row. I may get 1 head and 1 tail. I may get 2 tails.
What if I throw a 100 times? How many times is the coin showing head? I will find that the number will be somewhere near 50. In other words, I will find that there is a 50 percent chance of getting a head if the number of throws is large enough. The probability of getting a head is the chances of the coin showing head out of a large number of throws. That is the probability of getting a head is 0.5.
Similarly, if I have thrown a six-sided dice, the probability of getting a six in a 100 throws is about 1/6. But I can do something to increase my odds of getting a six. I can use a modified six-sided dice that has a higher probability of showing a six compared to a normal six-sided dice. In this way, the probability of getting a six is increased.
And this is what a professional investor does to make money from an investment. He increases the probability of winning by identifying and managing the risks involved. He does not invest for the sake of investment. He has a plan for investment that includes risk management. Yes, investment is a plan based on what I have understood from the Rich Dad’s series by Robert Kiyosaki.
A good example will be looking at how a professional trader makes use of probability to his advantage.
In a stock market, the price of a share can go up, go down or remain the same. That is the probability of the share price going up is 1/3. Remember, the probability only holds if there is a sufficient large amount of trades. Like in the case of throwing a coin, the probability of 0.5 is true only if there is a large number of throws.
Let imagine that I have an initial capital of ,000 to invest in shares. If I invest ,000 in a single trade, what is the probability of the share price going up? There is no way to predict or tell. This is like throwing a coin once and try to guess whether it will show head or tail upon landing.
If I invest 0 in each trade, then I can make at least 100 trades. That is the number of times that the share prices will go up in a 100 trades is near 33. This is like throwing a coin a hundred times and the number of times that I will get a head in a 100 throws is near to 50.
A professional trader understands the fact that probability is only true if there are a sufficient large number of trades. Thus, he only risks a small amount of this capital in each trade.
Another way to apply this probability is to limit the loss of each trade to 0. That is, I can invest all my capital in the share of a single company. If the share price goes down and my loss hit 0, I will sell off my position and exit the stock market. Of course if the share price drops too suddenly, I will end up losing much more money than I am willing to loss. Thus, this approach is not that advisable.
In addition, the professional trader makes use of technical analysis to increase the odds of winning. He analyses the chart for indication of to buy and sell. Also, he uses a few other techniques to increase his chance of winning. All these are included as part of his investment plan.
The above description is based on my understanding by reading a book. I have gathered from the Rich Dad series by Robert Kiyosaki that investment plan is different for each individual. If I read more books, I will definitely find more approaches and methods for trading. Different professional traders have different investment plans and thus they will do things differently.
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