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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.

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.

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.

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....

Scientific rationale behind the food we eat

It is not without reason that they say that one man's food is another's poison, there are so many scientific facts, myths and taboos associated with food...

How humans learnt to cook before eating

Cooking has considerably reduced the time humans spent on biting, chewing and trying to digest their meals. The accidental discovery of fire helped humans to completely softening meat particles. Now they just have to eat it.

How safe is the food you are eating?

As it is rightly said one man’s food is another poison, new data on the harm caused by foodborne illnesses underscores the global threats posed by unsafe foods, and the need for coordinated, cross-border action across the entire food supply chain.

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.

Eat right India among top visionaries selected by Rockefeller Foundation

Eat Right India is aligned with various Government flagship programmes such as POSHAN Abhiyaan, Anemia Mukt Bharat, Ayushman Bharat and Swacch Bharat Abhiyaan.

FSSAI guidelines for safe handling, and consumption of poultry, meat and eggs during Bird Flu

The Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) has issued a guidance document on “Safe handling, processing and consumption of poultry meat and eggs during bird flu

Freedom from trans-fats by 2022

India is the first country after Thailand and joins the club of around 40 countries that have enacted policies to eliminate trans-fats

Asparagus on compressed watermelon with goat cheese mousse

Asparagus on compressed watermelon with goat cheese mousse

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