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Food & Kitchen Secrets

Roasted or raw food… what would you prefer?

From discovering the importance of fire and water to the art of growing crops - man's quest for food has taken bizzare turns from eating pigs to roasting humans for self preservation....

Easy to cook meals have made life easy for women

The art of cooking has made all the difference-- in good old days Indian women used to spend 6-7 hours a day in the Kitchen, in comparison an average American woman spends merely 27 minutes a day - preparing meals for the family.

FSSAI’s initiative to stop wastage of food

FSSAI's new initiatives -‘Save Food Share Joy’ and Indian Food Sharing Alliance (IFSA) - aim to create a network of food collection/recovery agencies in India.

Eat Right – Stay fit and healthy 365 Days a year

Over the last few years, there has been a shift in mortality from communicable to non-communicable diseases like diabetes, hypertension, heart disease, cancer and so on, not only in India but also across the world. The four main factors to prevent non-communicable diseases are a healthy diet, physical exercise, avoidance of tobacco and alcohol.

Dietary secrets to keep your heart healthy!

There are people who live to eat and others who eat to live whichever group you may belong to, eventually everything depends on what your heart allows you to do. Improving your heart health is not difficult if you know what to eat, how and when.

What should you be eating- vegetarian beans or (human) beings?

Recent studies made by modern medical science have suggested that the human body is not naturally designed to digest and assimilate non-vegetarian food. That is why today most of the medical practitioners recommend a healthy vegetarian diet to their patients who are suffering from lifestyle disorders.

Cook Right – A step closer to a Trans Fat Free world!!

FSSAI is constantly making efforts to educate consumers to reduce the consumption of salt, sugar and fat in their diet as a part of the ‘Eat Right India’ movement

What is the Shark doing in your soup bowl?

Ironically over 100 million sharks are killed every year for a tip of their tail in the soup bowl. But what makes the practice called 'shark fining' even more cruel and repulsive is the fact that the fins of living shark are cut off, and their squirming bodies are thrown back into the ocean for the Shark to die in pain.

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