Food & Kitchen Secrets
In the meat and poultry food industry, animals such as sheep, goats, turkeys, chickens, ducks, and game birds etc, are considered halal, but they must be prepared according to Islamic laws in order for their meat to be suitable for consumption.
Asparagus on compressed watermelon with goat cheese mousse
India is the first country after Thailand and joins the club of around 40 countries that have enacted policies to eliminate trans-fats
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
Eat Right India is aligned with various Government flagship programmes such as POSHAN Abhiyaan, Anemia Mukt Bharat, Ayushman Bharat and Swacch Bharat Abhiyaan.
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.
An advantage of microwave cooking is that the energy heats only the food, not the whole oven compartment. In fact, foods cooked in a microwave oven retain most of their vitamins and minerals, because microwave ovens can cook more quickly and without adding water.
Logically one-half of your plate should be made of fruits and vegetables. As Hippocrates the ancient Greek physician and father of modern medicine said "Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food.”
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.
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
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 new initiatives -‘Save Food Share Joy’ and Indian Food Sharing Alliance (IFSA) - aim to create a network of food collection/recovery agencies in India.
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