Best Cooking Oil

Best Cooking Oil

ndia consumes about 25 million tonnes of edible oils, which is about 19 kg per person per year. Unable to meet the demand through local production, India imports 60% of its requirement of edible oil. Palm oil from Malaysia and Indonesia will take the lions share at 60 per cent, followed by South American Soy oil taking a 24 per cent. Soybean, rapeseed, mustard, groundnut, sunflower are the primary sources, while oil palm, coconut, rice bran, cotton seeds and tree-borne oilseeds, are the secondary sources of production of edible oil in India. 

Most Dangerous Snack – Biscuits

Most Dangerous Snack – Biscuits

I love biscuits and I have survived a lot of my travel only with biscuits. Since it is nicely packed and with a variety of choices, I have always loved it. Quick to buy it with its attractive packing, I always thought of biscuits as the best hygiene option for on the...

SUGAR – A Sweet Poison

SUGAR – A Sweet Poison

By estimate, up to 40 percent of men with type 2 diabetes have low testosterone. One of the more starkly revealing studies showing the impact of sugar consumption on testosterone levels was done in 2013 and published in the science journal Clinical Endocrinology. A...

STOP Consuming Chemicals

STOP Consuming Chemicals

We are exposed to more than 200 chemicals daily as we stay inside our safe home. In addition to food chemicals and agrochemicals in the food chain, we are exposed to specialty chemicals, which finds usage in daily products.

MILLETS

MILLETS

Native millets has been a part of Indian diet since the ancient times.  But it has been forgotten lately due to change in dietary habits that predominantly contain foods rich in sugar, salt and fat. This change has lead to various lifestyle diseases like Diabetes, Alzheimer, Cholesterol, cancer and many more.