Гендиректор рейтингового агентства «Эксперт РА» Сергей Тищенко рассказал, что будет с ценами на бензин в 2021 году. Его слова приводит РИА «Новости».
По мнению эксперта, цены на топливо для конечного потребителя будут относительно стабильными — рост цен не будет выше уровня официальной инфляции.
«Это связано с тем, что розничный топливный рынок – социально чувствительный для государства, поэтому он по сути государством же неформально регулируется», — объяснил Тищенко.
Ранее вице-премьер России Александр Новак заявлял, что цена на бензин Аи-92 в прошлом году выросла на 2%. Инфляция же в 2020 году составила 4,91%.
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White bread rolls made with a newly-created ingredient lower blood sugar levels by 40 per cent when compared to traditional recipes, a new study reveals.
The standard milling process exposes starch from wheat flour, which makes it easy for the digestive system to break down, and this results in a spike in the body's blood glucose levels.
This response is natural, but overstimulation of this due to poor diet has been linked to increased risk of type 2 diabetes and obesity.
However, substituting wheat flour for a new type of flour made from chickpeas protects starch inside its natural casing, and therefore makes it much harder for the body to break it down.
Because the body can not reach the starch to digest it, the body's glycaemic response — conversion of food into sugar — is far lower.
Researchers hope that the new ingredient could be integrated into other foods and help combat cases of type 2 diabetes and obesity.
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The new ingredient, called PulseON, was made by researchers from King's College London (KCL) and the Norwich-based Quadram Institute with funding from the UKRI.
In a peer-reviewed study published in the journal Food Hydrocolloids the researchers explain they used PulseON to replace either 30 or 60 per cent of wheat flour in a bread roll recipe.
These were given to 20 study participants who alternated between eating one of the enriched baps and a normal roll every morning for breakfast.
Their blood sugar levels were monitored daily and revealed the new ingredient caused a 40 per cent drop in blood glucose levels.
The study participants were healthy individuals aged between 18 and 45 and also reported that the enriched bread had a similar taste and texture to rolls made with traditional wheat flour.
Many pulses, including chickpeas, beans and lentils, are naturally high in a type of starch which is resistant to digestion and broken down slowly by the body, dubbed 'Type 1 starch'.
However, this natural benefit is lost during the process of milling as it breaks down the cell walls which protect the starch.
The researchers drew up a new technique which preserves the cellular integrity, ensuring it is broken down into glucose at a much slower rate by the body.
Lab analysis of the enriched breads reveals the reason they have a lower glycaemic response is due to them being harder to digest.
Regular wheat flour was fully digested in a test tube within two hours whereas the resistant chickpea-derived ingredient remained undigested.
This not only lowers blood glucose levels, but also increases fibre and protein content, the researchers say.
'Incorporating our new type of flour into bread and other staple foods provides an opportunity to develop the next generation of low glycaemic food products to support public health measures to improve health through better diets,' said Dr study author Cathrina Edwards from the Quadram Institute.
Previous research has found the innovative milling process could also be applied to lentils and beans, opening up the possibility that a range of low-carb flour substitutes could be manufactured in the future.
Upcoming research will seek to determine what other foods the resistant PulseON can be integrated into besides bread.
'Alternative processing methods that preserve cell integrity are a new, promising way to provide healthier low glycaemic staple foods; we anticipate that this will improve dietary options for diabetes care,' the researchers write.
You can’t celebrate if you don’t score; perhaps Arsenal and Crystal Palace are onto something.
In a week where footballers have been pilloried for breaching Covid protocols by continuing to embrace when celebrating goals, these two teams found an effective way of avoided any controversy.
Here’s hoping it doesn’t catch on. In fairness, as goalless draws go this was relatively entertaining - and by the end neither Mikel Arteta or Roy Hodgson would have been too disappointed with a point.
Though, Palace striker Christian Benteke - who missed a series of glorious chances - may feel differently.
And victory wouldn’t have flattered the Eagles, either. But a point at the Emirates isn’t to be sniffed at - Hodgson knows that more than most.
The form couldn’t have been more contrasting heading into this encounter; Arsenal, off the back of four consecutive wins were in the ascendancy - slowly overcoming the dreadful start to the season that saw them flirt with the relegation zone.
But after just one victory in seven, Palace and Roy Hodgson’s approached this in worrying form. And while it’s now one victory in eight - the manner of this point will encourage the with Palace connections.
Not that the Eagles were stifled by their disappointing run as they started this clash on then front foot.
Eberechi Eze, who started despite his Covid protocol breaking trip to QPR on Saturday, was lively down the left while Wilfried Zaha - inevitably - seemed intent on making Arsenal pay for not signing him two summers ago.
Arsenal, on the other hand, were lethargic and passive. No urgency nor invention.
Eze fired a free kick from an inviting position over the bar before Christian Benteke misfired from just seven yards out when he should really have put Palace ahead.
All the Gunners had to show for their opening was a Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang strike that stung the hands of Vicente Guaita and David Luiz’s back post header that the Palace keeper comfortably claimed.
Arsenal improved as the first half drew to a close, but not substantially enough to convince Mikel Arteta that his team were shifting into gear.
Indeed, James Tomkins provided the Gunners with an almighty fright six minutes before the break, glancing a delicate header from Eze’s pinpoint free kick onto Bernd Leno’s bar before James McArthur’s follow up was blocked.
Arteta breathed a huge sigh of relief; he knew his team had got away with one.
The Spaniard could have any complaints, however, if Tomkins’ header had crept under the bar.
Arsenal simply weren’t at the races, their manager didn’t need to be told.
Arteta’s side were let off the hook again before half-time, Leno at full stretch to claw out Benteke’s towering header from Tyrick Mitchell’s cross before the Gunners keeper stopped Zaha’s rebound.
The Gunners boss couldn’t get his team in quick enough as Andre Marriner blew up for half time.
In contrast, Hodgson would have been quietly content with his side’s opening 45 minutes. Without being sensational, they showed intent and purpose.
The Palace boss may only have six months to run on his contract, but his players still appear to be fully behind the 73-year-old.
His concerns at half time were obvious, however. Could he rely on his team being as accomplished? Could he rely on Arsenal being as feeble?
Indeed, inside the first 60 seconds of the second half, the Gunners showed more ambition than they did during the entire first half.
Hector Bellerin went within whiskers from opening the scoring almost directly from kick-off as Arsenal - fired by Arteta’s half-time rocket - came flying out of the blocks.
Guaita then denied Bukayo Saka a minute later before Rob Holding headed the resultant corner narrowly wide.
Suddenly there was a bounce in Arsenal’s step; Arteta sensed the change too as he fiercely egged his team on.
Finally there was some tempo in Arsenal’s play. Having looked like the only team going to score, Palace were retreating - they had no choice.
Alexandre Lacazatte rippled the side netting in the 55th minute as the Gunners continued to venture forward, though the effort would have at least gone to VAR as the linesman raised his flag.
Ainsley Maitland-Niles was next to test Guaita, firing a fierce shot from the edge of the box straight down the keeper’s throat in the 63rd minute.
It was the England international’s final meaningful contribution as he was replaced by record signing Nicolas Pepe as Arteta went for the kill.
But with the pace of Zaha, Eze and Andros Townsend, Palace were always going to offer a threat on the counter attack.
The anguish was etched all over Hodgson’s face when Bentreke and Townsend wasted promising opportunities to breakaway with heavy touches.
Arteta threw the dice again in the 69th minute; introducing marquee summer signing Thomas Partey - who was returning from injury - in place Dani Ceballos.
But it was Palace who squandered the best late opportunity, Benteke wasting an excellent headed chance in the 70th minute as the game ended goalless.
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Спикер Госдумы Вячеслав Володин заявил, что США и их союзники в НАТО намерены вмешаться в выборы в Госдуму. Об этом сообщает ТАСС.
Он напомнил, что избирательная кампания намечена на сентябрь 2021 года.
Спикер указал на необходимость пресечь попытки иностранного вмешательства, чтобы выборы прошли «открыто, конкурентно и легитимно, в строгом соответствии с национальным законодательством».
«Исходя из прошлых выборов и сегодняшней ситуации мы понимаем, что вмешиваться, как и прежде, будут. И во главе этих процессов США и их союзники по НАТО», — подчеркнул Володин.
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