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Gurgaon (the cyber city) . Know more….

The second biggest and most luxurious city of Haryana state, Gurgaon is known as the cyber city. Gurgaon is the hub of Multi National Companies and Real Estate Houses. This city is a part of NCR (National Capital Region) on NH-8. The area of Gurgaon is 732 Km2 and the population is 1514432.


Economy of Gurgaon

It has become the city with third highest per capita income after Mumbai and Chandigarh. It also has the offices of more than 250 Fortune 500 Companies. Gurgaon also ranks one of the biggest outsourcing centers in the world like Management Consultancy, Information Technology, Real Estate, Automobile, Brokerage and insurance, Business advisory, Engineering and procurement, Apparel Manufacturing and designing, shopping malls and other major industries.

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Recipe: Lemongrass Turkey Meatballs with Red Curry Coconut Sauce

his recipe was created exclusively for Greatist by Ashley Bare of Ludlow Kitchen.

These Asian-inspired meatballs are a nice departure from their Italian cousins. Easy, quick, and super filling, these meatballs are a great make-ahead meal for the week. Just reheat at the end of a long day and add the luscious sauce. Another option would be to make a Bahn Mi sandwich by adding some cucumber, cilantro, basil, mint, shredded carrots, and Sriracha mayonnaise on a crusty baguette.

Recipe: Lemongrass Turkey Meatballs

Lemongrass Turkey Meatballs Recipe

Makes 6 to 8 Servings, or 12 to 16 balls

What You’ll Need:
1 lb. of ground turkey (I use dark meat)
¾ cup of panko bread crumbs
1 tablespoon of minced garlic
1 teaspoon of grated ginger, approximately 1 inch of ginger root
2 tablespoons of finely minced lemongrass, 1 stalk
2 limes, zested
1 egg
1 ½ teaspoons of salt
¾ teaspoon of ground pepper
About ½ cup of olive oil

For the sauce:
1 can coconut milk
3 tablespoons of red curry paste (I use Masri brand)
1 small shallot, sliced or minced

What to Do:
1. Preheat oven to 375 degrees.
2. In a large bowl combine turkey, panko, garlic, ginger, lemongrass, lime zest, egg, salt and pepper. Mix well with your hands, making sure everything is well incorporated.
3. Shape the mixture into golf ball sized small meatballs. Place meatballs on baking sheet and put in the oven for approximately 15 minutes.
4. While the meatballs finish, place the onions in another small saucepan over medium heat with 1 tablespoon of olive oil. Let onions soften while continuously stirring for about 5 minutes. Add curry paste and continue to stir for about 2 minutes or until the mixture becomes fragrant.
6. Add the coconut milk and stir to incorporate the curry. Season with salt and pepper to taste and let simmer and thicken for 10 minutes.
7. Serve meatballs over rice, rice noodles, or pasta with drizzled sauce and a fresh herb garnish: dress cilantro, mint, and basil with a squeeze of lemon juice, a drizzle of olive oil, salt and pepper.

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Greatist Workout of the Day: Friday, March 21st

This series of GWODs was designed especially for Greatist by Bodeefit. For more information about the exercises in this workout, or to see video demos of each movement, follow the links below the graphic. Be sure to note the results of your workout so you can track your progress as you go. 

Before you tackle this killer workout, try this quick and effective full-body warm-up designed by Bodeefit. It’s just five simple moves but hits every major muscle group and gets your heart pumping.

GWOD The Combine

Complete 5 rounds of the following circuit as fast as is safely possible.

15 Air Squats
10 Elevated Push-Ups
Broad Jumps

Want to kick up the intensity? Hold a dumbbell or kettlebell in front of your chest on the air squats!

Don’t forget to check back tomorrow for a totally new (but equally awesome) GWOD!

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Recipe: Almond Joy Smoothie

Fantastic news! I transformed one of your favorite (and certainly my favorite) candy bars into a healthier breakfast smoothie. With unsweetened almond milk, refreshing coconut water, and a touch of cocoa powder and almond butter, this Almond Joy Smoothie is dairy-free and vegan too.

Almond Joy Smoothie Recipe

Serves 2

What You’ll Need:
1 1/2 cups unsweetened almond milk
1/2 cup coconut water
2 tablespoons unsweetened cocoa powder
2 tablespoons almond butter
2 dates, pitted
2 frozen bananas, in chunks

Optional Garnishes:
Shredded coconut
Sliced almonds
Cocoa nibs
Chia seeds

What to Do: 
1. Combine all ingredients in a blender and process until smooth.
2. Divide between glasses, top with your favorite garnish and serve immediately

Enjoy!

This recipe and photo were created by contributor Kelli Dunn of The Corner Kitchen. Learn more about Kelli and this recipe by checking out her accompanying post here. And while you’re at it, here are three more crazy-delicious recipes to try:

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Exercising On an Empty Stomach: The Surprising Benefits

It’s a debate that’s raged since the first weight was lifted: Is it better or worse to work out on an empty stomach? Wars have been waged and nations have fallen (okay, that’s a slight exaggeration) during the eternal battle of fed versus fasted exercise, but it’s time for this madness to end. We have the final answer.

“ It’s time to dismantle some old myths about eating and exercise. ”

Well, not the final answer. Different people work out best under different circumstances, and deciding whether someone should eat before training can be like telling them what time of day to work out or which diet they should follow—it largely depends on what works best for the individual. But it is time to dismantle some old myths.

Contrary to popular belief, research suggests that eating many small meals throughout the day won’t speed up the metabolism, skipping a meal won’t make you fat, and exercising on an empty stomach will not nullify a workout. In fact, skipping a meal or two, also known as “intermittent fasting” (IF), can be downright beneficial.

Optimizing Hormones (Fast)

If the fact that Huge Jacked-man practiced intermittent fasting to gain muscle for his latest Wolverine movie isn’t convincing enough, consider this: An empty stomach triggers a cascade of hormonal changes throughout the body that are surprisingly conducive to both building muscle and burning fat.

“ An empty stomach triggers a cascade of hormonal changes throughout the body that are conducive to both building muscle and burning fat. ”

The fasted state produces two significant effects:

1. Improved insulin sensitivity. Put very simply, the body releases insulin (a hormone) when we eat to help us absorb the nutrients from our food. The hormone then takes the sugars out of our bloodstream and directs them to the liver, muscles, and fat cells to be used as energy later on. The trouble is that eating too much and too often can make us more resistant to insulin’s effects, and while poor insulin sensitivity ups the risk of heart disease and cancer, it also makes it harder to lose body fat[1] [2] [3] [4] [5]. Eating less frequently (i.e. fasting more regularly) is one way to help remedy the issue, because it results in the body releasing insulin less often, so we become more sensitive to it—and that makes it easier to lose fat, improves blood flow to muscles, and even curbs the impact of an unhealthy diet [6] [7].

2. The second reason a good old-fashioned fast can promote muscle gain and fat loss comes down to growth hormone (GH), a magical elixir of a hormone that helps the body make new muscle tissue, burn fat, and improve bone quality, physical function, and longevity [8] [9] [10] [11]. Along with regular weight training and proper sleep, fasting is one of the best ways to increase the body’s GH: One study showed that 24 hours without food increases the male body’s GH production by 2,000 freakin’percent, and 1,300 percent in women. The effect ends when the fast does, which is a compelling reason to fast regularly in order to keep muscle-friendly hormones at their highest levels.

We can’t speak of muscle-friendly hormones without bringing up testosterone. Testosterone helps increase muscle mass and reduce body fat while also improving energy levels, boosting libido, and even combating depression and heart problems—in both men and women [12] [13] [14] [15]. Fasting alone may not have any effect on testosterone, but there is a surprisingly simple way to produce large amounts of both “T” and growth hormone at the same time, creating an optimal environment for building muscle and torching fat: Exercising while fasted [16].

The Fast Way to Improve Performance

Exercise, especially intense exercise that uses a lot of muscles (think compound movements like deadlifts and squats) causes a big surge in testosterone—which is why it can make good sense to combine exercise and fasting [17] [18]. Many studies have found that training in a fasted state is a terrific way to build lean mass and boost insulin sensitivity, not just because of the nifty hormonal responses, but also because it makes the body absorb the post-workout meal more efficiently.

“ Many studies have found that training in a fasted state is a terrific way to build lean mass and boost insulin sensitivity. ”

In short, fasted training helps to ensure that carbs, protein, and fats go to the right places in the body and are stored only minimally as body fat [19] [20] [21] [22] [23]. Exercising on an empty stomach has been shown to be especially great for fat loss, and it’s even been shown that people who train while fasted become progressively better at burning fat at higher levels of intensity (possibly because of an increase in fat-oxidizing enzymes)) [24] [25].

Not interested in training like a bodybuilder? There are also potential benefits for endurance athletes, since fasted workouts can improve muscle glycogen storage efficiency (say that three times fast!) [26]. What that means, basically,  is that running on empty can make the body better at using its energy stores. The occasional fasted training session can improve the quality of “fed” workouts (or races) later on. In a nutshell: When the body learns to exert itself without any food, it gets better at performing when it does have fuel in the tank. Some studies have also shown that fasted workouts can significantly improve endurance athletes’ VO2 Max, which measures a person’s capacity to take in and use oxygen during exercise and is a pretty decent way of measuring someone’s fitness [27] [28] [26] [30].

“ When the body learns to exert itself without any food, it gets better at performing when it does have fuel in the tank. ”

Now, we would be remiss if we didn’t acknowledge that some studies have shown impaired performance as a result of fasted exercise. That said, many of these studies are of Ramadan fasts, which don’t allow the consumption of fluids (which is not advisable when engaging in athletic activities) [16] [32] [33]. Still, the prevalence of people who do eat before exercise is pretty good evidence that exercising after eating can work. Heck, there are even studies showing that eating before exercise can lead to fewer calories consumed throughout the day [34]. But that doesn’t discredit the evidence that fasted workouts, even if occasional, can reap a lot of benefits.

So You Want to Fast Before Exercise? Your Action Plan

We know what you’re thinking. “I can’t handle intense exercise without food in my belly!” Firstly, give yourself a little credit! You’re capable of more than you think with the right frame of mind. Secondly, there are several tips you can follow to help you out with this new approach to eating:

  • You can consume more than just water. Feel free to quell cravings and get an energy boost with black coffee, plain tea, caffeine pills, Branched Chain Amino Acids, creatine, or any kind of drink or supplement that’s virtually calorie-free. According to the leading experts on the subject, Brad Pilon and Martin Berkhan, even Diet Coke or sugar-free gum won’t break the fast.
  • Break your fast whenever you’d like. A lot of people like their first meal right after exercising, since the fast improves the absorption of the post-workout meal, but it’s actually no big deal if the fast lasts for a while longer. Even if you exercise in the morning and don’t eat until the evening, the wave of growth hormone you’ll be riding all day should prevent any muscle loss [35]. However you decide to approach this, your body’s got you covered.
  • Eat as many meals as you’d like. Note: We didn’t say as many calories as you like. But it’s not necessary to eat many meals throughout the day. Despite some long-held myths that the body can only absorb a certain amount of protein at a time, we’re completely capable of digesting the day’s intake in one big meal (of course, this doesn’t mean that you need to!). Studies have shown that doing so results in no strength or muscle loss, and some have even shown that concentrating food intake into one or two meals each day can be a better way to build lean muscle mass [36] [37] [38] [39]. A lot of protein just takes longer to digest and be utilized, but it still gets digested. Even after eating a normal-sized meal, amino acids are still being released into the bloodstream and absorbed into the muscles five hours after eating [40].  So play around with the feeding times and styles that work best for you.

The short of it: Metabolism and the digestive system are simply not as temperamental as some might believe.

The Takeaway

Eating is perhaps the most ingrained habit we have, and humans are well and truly creatures of habit. Disrupting that habit by skipping a meal or two can be profoundly difficult for some people (particularly those who have wrestled with disordered eating). It’s true that intermittent fasting takes some getting used to as the body learns not to expect food so frequently. That discomfort usually does pass, but if fasting just isn’t for you, then there’s no need to keep it up—just don’t be afraid to try it out. IF is just one approach to health and fitness, and certainly not the only one that can get you results.

“ If fasting just isn’t for you, then there’s no need to keep it up—just don’t be afraid to try it out. ”

But myths and misconceptions do need to be dispelled, and this article is here to say this: In general, there is no need to eat before exercise. If you feel better when you do, then by all means, keep it up! However if choking down a pre-workout banana or bowl of oatmeal is a dreary chore that you only do because it’s supposed to help you avoid muscle loss/fat gain/growing antlers, then it’s time to relax. You’re completely free to eat whenever you want. Just listen to your body—it’s got you taken care of.

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Birth control ‘does not result in more promiscuous women

ritics of free birth control programs have previously suggested that giving women free contraception will encourage them to engage in more risky sexual behavior. But a new study published in the journal Obstetrics and Gynecology finds that this is not the case.

The researchers, from Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, MO, say their findings show that providing women with free birth control does not increase the likelihood that they will have sex with multiple partners.

They used data from the Contraceptive CHOICE Project, which followed 9,256 women in St. Louis whose risks were high for accidental pregnancy.

The women were between the ages of 14 and 45 years old, and 32% had a high school education or less, the researchers note.

The women were provided with free contraception of their choice, which included intrauterine devices, implants, birth control pills, patches and rings. A previous study involving these women showed that providing them with free birth control significantly reduced unintended pregnancies and abortions, the team says.

For this recent study, they wanted to know whether providing the women with free birth control would increase the number of sexual partners they have and recurrence of intercourse during the year after they received the free contraception.

The researchers add that both are indicators of sexual risk behaviors associated with pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections (STIs).

First study author Gina Secura, project director of the CHOICE project, says:

“Having multiple partners is a known risk behavior. If sexual behavior were going to change after women received free contraception, you would expect to see that change soon after they got the birth control.”

‘Contraception does not drive sexual behavior’

For the study, the women were surveyed about their sexual behaviors 6 months and 12 months after receiving the free contraception.

A month supply of the birth control pill
The recent study found that providing women with free contraception does not encourage risky sexual behavior.

The survey included questions about how often they have had sex in the previous 30 days and how many partners were involved. In total, 85% of the women completed both surveys, of which 49% had never had a child and 62% had a previous unintended pregnancy.

Overall, the percentage of women who stated they had multiple partners declined during the study.

While 5.2% reported having sex with more than one male sexual partner at the beginning of the study, only 3.5% reported this at 6 months, and 3.3% reported this at 12 months after receiving free contraception.

Around 70% of the women surveyed reported no change in their number of sexual partners at 12 months, while nearly 14% reported a decrease and 16% reported an increase.

And of the women who did report an increase in their number of partners, over 80% had an increase from no partner to just one.

Senior author Dr. Jeffrey Peipert says:

“The notion that women will have sex with more partners if you give them free birth control didn’t pan out in this study. Providing no-cost contraception did not result in riskier sexual behavior.”

Though the study shows an increase in frequency of intercourse – from four episodes at the start of the study to six episodes at the 12-month mark – the researchers note that this increased frequency did not increase incidence of STIs.

“Increasing access to no-cost contraceptives doesn’t translate into riskier sexual behavior. It’s not the contraception that drives their sexual behavior,” Dr. Peipert concludes.

Though the study size was large, one limitation is that it involved self-reported data, which leaves room for the women to falsely report their data.

In early 2013, Medical News Today reported on a study that suggested 233 million women will not have access to contraception by 2015.

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Protein synthesis studied in stem cells for the first time

A new breakthrough in stem cell research has occurred, thanks to scientists at the Children’s Medical Center Research Institute at UT Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas, Texas.

The researchers claim that protein synthesis – an essential biological process – can be studied in adult stem cells. This is something that scientists have been previously unable to accomplish.

It is believed that many degenerative diseases and some cancers are linked with mutations that affect the process of protein synthesis. But experts have been unable to pinpoint why this happens.

Therefore, the team’s discovery is important in improving understanding of protein synthesis and why changes in the process are linked with the development of disease.

The research built on previous work that used a modified antibiotic, called puromycin, to make it possible to see and measure the amount of protein that is being synthesized in the body.

Stem cells require a regulated rate of protein synthesis

a laboratory mouse
When the ribosomal mutant mice and the Pten mutant mice were bred together, stem cell function returned to normal and the development of leukemia was greatly delayed.

Using this reagent, the team at the Children’s Medical Center Research Institute (CRI) found that different types of blood cells produce different amounts of protein per hour. Also, stem cells synthesize much lower amounts of protein than other blood-forming cells.

The paper’s senior author, CRI director Dr. Sean Morrison, says this discovery “suggests that blood-forming stem cells require a lower rate of protein synthesis as compared to other blood-forming cells.”

The researchers tested their findings using mice. They found that when a genetic mutation in a component of the machinery that makes proteins – called the ribosome – was present, protein production in stem cells was reduced by 30%.

In another group of mice, the scientists tried to increase the rate of protein synthesis by deleting the tumor suppressor gene Pten in blood-forming stem cells. This had the effect of impairing stem cell function.

These observations confirm that blood-forming stem cells require a highly regulated rate of protein synthesis. Therefore, any increase or decrease in the rate of synthesis caused the stem cells to work less effectively.

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