India signs cooperation agreement with World Food Programme for 2023-27
Survey finds half of pregnant women have excessive sodium intake during early pregnancy Maternal nutrition and lifestyle habits before and during early pregnancy are important determinants for the foetus’s growth and development. A survey conducted
Infertility is a global health concern affecting 48 million couples and 186 million individuals worldwide With an emphasis on fruits, vegetables and legumes, the Mediterranean diet has long been applauded for its multiple health benefits.
To serve 100 million Indians by making scientifically backed and tested low-carb products Bajo Foods, the parent company of Bengaluru-based Keto Brand – Lo! Foods, has raised funding of $2 million for its two new
A significant correlation between the dietary habits in fruit and vegetable consumption of lactating women and the polyphenol content in their breast milk The breastfeeding rate in Hong Kong has been increasing steadily over the
Dr Nikhil Bangale, Head – Medical Affairs, Consumer Health Division, Bayer India Hidden hunger, also known as micronutrient deficiencies (MiNDs), is the umbrella term used to represent the lack of essential vitamins and minerals required
Nutritional limitations of switching from animal protein to plant-based protein The availability of foods based on plant proteins to substitute for meat has increased dramatically as more people choose a plant-based diet. At the same
High pesticide residues in spices especially turmeric and chilly have been a grave concern and impediment to the dietary and food supplement industry Kerala-based Arishina Life Sciences, manufacturers of spices and botanical extracts, has resorted
Pawan Agarwal, Founder and Chief Executive of Food Future Foundation and Former Chief Executive Officer, Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) Today, people buy and eat food just to fill their bellies or
Converting native starches to dietary fibre that can be added to food to make it healthier Researchers at RMIT University, Australia have worked with Microtec Engineering Group, a technology-based engineering company that supplies starch processing equipment,
Laboratory research finds a low-protein diet can enhance standard treatment for colon cancer Cancer cells need nutrients to survive and grow. One of the most important nutrient sensing molecules in a cell is called mTORC1.