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If you've been on TikTok recently, you've likely seen this tortilla trend gaining popularity on the app, and we figured it was time to give it a try ourselves. Even if you're not familiar, the concept is pretty simple—you create a small slit in your tortilla, divide your tortilla into four different sections with food and pack it full of delicious fillings. Everyone's take on the tortilla trend is different and unique.What makes this recipe unique is the way the tortilla is folded. The ingredients all come together in the middle, similar to a burrito, yet it's cooked on the stove like a quesadilla…but also a little bit like a sandwich, too. We're not sure exactly what to call it, but all we know is that it tastes delicious. We packed ours with grilled chicken and black beans for double the protein, green and red bell peppers for vitamin C and fiber, as well as some shredded cheese to bind everything together. We even threw in some salsa for an added kick, rounding up this folded tortilla to about 409 calories a serving. Once you give this TikTok tortilla trend a try, we're confident you'll want to keep adding it into your lunch recipe rotation.Here's how to make it, and for even more healthy recipe ideas, be sure to check out our list of 100+ Best-Ever Comfort Food Recipes.@_eatthisnotthatWe had to hop on this trend! 😍 ##tortillatrend ##tortillahack♬ follow tj_yeslad – TJ Makes 1 serving Ingredients 1 10-inch tortilla1/4 cup chicken breast, chopped1/4 cup black beans1/4 of red bell pepper, cut into matchsticks1/4 of bell pepper, cut into matchsticks2 Tbsp shredded taco cheese1 Tbsp of salsaDrizzle of olive oil How To Make It Cut one straight line from the center of your tortilla to the end. Turn the tortilla so the cut is on the bottom half of the tortilla.Place the chicken on one section of the tortilla, followed by the black beans on another.Then sprinkle the cheese on the next section along with the peppers. This gives the peppers something to stick to, once the cheese melts on the stove.In the final section of the tortilla, spread your salsa—this will act as a binder for the entire tortilla.Fold the chicken section over onto the black beans. Then, fold once again over the cheese and peppers, and then finally over the salsa.Once all folded together, place on a non-stick pan drizzled with olive oil over medium-high heat.Cook for 2 to 3 minutes on each side.Serve and enjoy!Get even more healthy recipe ideas straight to your inbox by signing up for our newsletter!
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To no surprise, Biden's COVID Task Force found that Trump's Operation Warp Speed had no vaccine distribution plan besides dumping them to the states. While now multiple COVID-19 vaccines are approved it's time to stop safekeeping the vaccines while targeting efforts to hard to reach and vulnerable populations. Read on for my thoughts, as a doctor, and to ensure your health and the health of others, don't miss these Sure Signs You've Already Had Coronavirus.I Propose We Leverage the Tech Network to Distribute the VaccineAs the virus gains momentum, we lack execution in protecting our communities. Now that we have safe and effective vaccines, we need to vaccinate as many people as speedily as possible.If J&J and AstraZeneca's vaccine's data prove to be safe and effective, there's reason to believe that it won't receive FDA's Emergency Use Authorization. And then, supply will no longer be a problem. But are we ready to mass vaccinate almost three hundred million people? At this time we are not.Biden's Task force should leverage the tech industry network, and gig economy service providers to assist in getting COVID vaccines into people's arms.The phasing of distribution with tiered approach was doomed to fail, and we must change that. The virus doesn't spread through tiers 1a, 1b, 1c. SARS-CoV-2 spreads quickly, and as we recently learned, it mutates just as fast. Some new variants are more infectious, and some others may escape life-saving monoclonal antibody treatments. In the race to contain this ongoing health crisis, with a botched vaccination plan, the time require us to act in parallel. Instead of prioritizing the elderly, and expecting them to sign up on online forms, and wait for their appointment, we should release the red tape around the vaccines and allow for every adult over 16 to get the vaccine now. Uber could drive health care providers to nursing homes, and long term living facilities for surgical measures. Allocating the upcoming single dose vaccine from J&J to those targeted communities, we could have a broader scale vaccination program as soon as March. One of the hurdles Biden's team will face is reaching remote and rural communities, and mobile teams sponsored by innovation service providers like Uber could help with access. Still, people need to be educated about vaccine benefits, and have access to up-to-date information on the safety profile of those immunotherapy drugs. DoorDash has a massive platform for education, while vaccine hesitancy is a virtual plague, we could certainly benefit from partnering with online campaigns, and further, delivering meals to those health care workers and volunteers doing the vaccinating.It is too early to assert that a COVID vaccine prevents the spread of the vaccine, but the science behind it allows us to postulate that this is likely to become true as new data rolls in. To end this crisis, nearly every American must produce immunoglobulins against this virus, and the sooner we get there, the better for us to rebuild our society and Re-start our future.The tiered approach slows the inoculations, by making the vaccine available for everyone now, and letting states execute the targeted vaccination efforts on nursing homes will help us recover quickly.RELATED: If You Feel This, You May Have Already Had COVID, Says Dr. FauciThere Are Ways to Speed This UpTo improve speed, Biden's Task Force should create digital vaccine passports, vaccinate adults in local pharmacies, and get the private sector to help with targeted measures. While we won't for sure if COVID immunity prevents the spread of the virus, and we research studies will take a long time to prove that concept, one thing is sure. We will relive 2020 again if those vaccines keep sitting in warehouses.Pretty soon, we'll be at a run rate where 50% of vaccines administered daily are 1st doses and 50% are 2nd doses. So to actually vaccinate 1 million NEW people each day, we'll have to be able to deliver 2 million vaccines a day — 1 million FIRST doses and 1 million SECOND doses. Get your vaccine as soon as it's available to you, and to get through this pandemic at your healthiest, don't miss these 35 Places You're Most Likely to Catch COVID.Dr. Leo Nissola is a medical doctor, and immunotherapy scientist focused on immunodeficiencies, late-stage cancers, and COVID. Follow him on Twitter @LeoNissolaMD.
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Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, and especially now that the vaccine is here, the word "immunity" is brought up often. While getting the vaccine itself offers immunity to the deadly virus, there are other things you can do to boost your immunity in general. During T.D. Jakes's Conversations With America: Unpacking the COVID-19 Vaccine panel on Monday, Dr. Anthony Fauci, the chief medical advisor to the President and the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, and other top medical experts offered a few easy tips on how to boost immunity. Read on to find out what they are—and to ensure your health and the health of others, don't miss these Sure Signs You've Already Had Coronavirus. 1 Dr. Fauci Says You Should Enjoy Good Nutrition Maintaining a healthy and nutritious diet is one way you can improve immunity, according to Dr. Fauci. "Good nutrition is essential in keeping current and future generations of Americans healthy across the lifespan," adds the CDC. "People with healthy eating patterns live longer and are at lower risk for serious health problems such as heart disease, type 2 diabetes, and obesity. For people with chronic diseases, healthy eating can help manage these conditions and prevent complications." 2 Dr. Fauci Says You Should Reduce Stress Stress reduction, or "lack of stress or alleviation of stress," is crucial to maintaining immunity, says Dr. Fauci. Science supports him, as multiple studies have found that experiencing stress can weaken the immune system and have physical health repercussions. 3 Get Your Z's, Says Dr. Fauci Getting "plenty of sleep" is also important, according to Dr. Fauci. Multiple scientific studies have found this to be true. 4 Dr. Fauci Says Amp Up Your Vitamin D Intake, If You Are Deficient Dr. Fauci also suggests amping up your vitamin D intake—but only if you are deficient. "One of the things among the so-called vitamin type approaches is that we know from tuberculosis and other disease, that vitamin D deficiency is a very important parameter of lack of host defense to fight against certain infections, particularly demonstrated in tuberculosis, but certainly in other diseases," he explained. "So I don't think you should load up with thousands of units of vitamin D, but you should make sure you're not dealing with an unnoticed vitamin D deficiency. And for that reason, you want to make sure that people are not vitamin D deficient." 5 Don't Forget to Manage Your Pre-Existing Conditions Dr. Onyema Ogbuagu, a Yale Medicine infectious disease specialist and associate professor at the school of medicine, also pointed out that staying on top of any pre-existing, underlying conditions, or chronic diseases—including HIV and diabetes—is incredibly important. This includes making sure you are taking meds. "I think it's critically important that, you know, in the face of the disruptions, the medical care that have occurred with COVID, it comes even more, more important for our health systems to pay attention to those who have these conditions and be innovative," he continued. "We're using a lot of telehealth and telemedicine, for example, to make sure that those who have underlying conditions can have appropriate care during the very difficult and challenging time." 6 Get Vaccinated, Advised One of the Vaccine's Creators Dr. Kizzmekia Corbett, one of the researchers behind the vaccine, said that while maintaining immunity is important, nothing replaces getting vaccinated when it's your turn. "Keeping your immune system healthy, keeping yourself healthy in general is great all across the board, but it is definitely no surrogate for vaccination and the specific type of immunity that vaccines provide," she pointed out. "And so I think that the two need to be separated into real distinct categories. And so one of the reasons why you hear us talking about vaccines is because of the understanding of the specific type of immune responses that vaccines generate that just vitamin D or rest, or, any other stress relievers, et cetera, will not do." 7 Here's What Isn't Going to Boost Immunity, Says Dr. Fauci Things like "taking steam" or eating "onions" are simply fads, according to Dr. Fauci, who explains that "things like rest, diet, lack of stress or alleviation of stress, do more than many of the things that are claimed to boost immunity." In a previous interview he told actress Tiffany Haddish that elderberry juice falls into the fad category as well. "It seems rather simplistic when we talk about things that would boost the immunity. If you have a normal immune system, there are very few things that are going to boost your immunity that have been shown in clinical trials to actually have an enhancement of immunity," Dr. Fauci said. RELATED: If You Feel This, You May Have Already Had COVID, Says Dr. Fauci 8 How to Get Through This Pandemic as Healthy as Can Be Follow Fauci's immune-boosting tips—and his public health fundamentals and help end this surge—wear a face mask, social distance, avoid large crowds, don't go indoors with people you're not sheltering with (especially in bars), practice good hand hygiene, get vaccinated when it becomes available to you, and to protect your life and the lives of others, don't visit any of these 35 Places You're Most Likely to Catch COVID.