For the best nutrition, go local
Here is all about local foods nutrition:
Products available locally are not only fresh and cheap, but they are often very nutritious.
Roti, Kapada Aur Makan (food, clothing, and home) are basic human needs. The Constitution of India in articles 21 and 47 recognizes certain fundamental and fundamental rights, guarantees the protection of livelihoods, and declares that it is the duty of the State to raise the level of nutrition through various means. But, unfortunately, confusion, myths, and misconceptions about nutrition, especially the diet of children, pregnant/nursing mothers, continue to be disturbing in our society.
Complete diet versus a balanced diet
The food we eat can be “whole food”, which means that it contains almost all the important components; Carbohydrates, proteins, fats, minerals, vitamins, etc. However, a “balanced diet” is a diet that contains all of these components in proportion. Milk is a complete diet, but sadly it is not a balanced diet. In fact, there is no balanced diet in our universe. Therefore, we must combine different food sources to provide balanced nutrition.
- Biryani, pulao, poha, upma, etc. are a cereal-based diet where the basic grains (rice/wheat) are cooked in oil/ghee along with nuts, peanuts, vegetables, etc. to form a balanced diet.
- Milk-based foods like Kheer, Dahlia, Suji, etc. can also be balanced with various cereals, nuts, etc.
So we can get nutritious dyes available locally
Human milk remains the best nutritious food available for all practical purposes, as it is “species-specific”, that is, adapted to the growing needs of the offspring.
It is rightly said that breast milk is “tailor-made” for the baby, and breast milk cannot be reproduced or produced in any laboratory.
Benefits of consuming local foods nutrition
Here are the reasons for including local foods nutrition:
- Homemade: Emotions and emotions of parents, grandparents, or other relatives
- Fresh: Fresh, cleaner, more hygienic and has a safer practice compared to canned or packaged food.
- Availability: They are readily available and useful even at odd hours and you don’t have to go to the store to satisfy hunger.
- Expensive: These local foods nutrition is many times less expensive than commercially available packaged foods.
- Preservatives: Packaged foods can contain many additives and preservatives to make them more attractive and prevent them from spoiling or spoiling prematurely. These chemicals are also dangerous to the human body and can cause many allergic disorders and diseases.
Homemade food vs junk food
Junk food contains not only preservatives and additives, but also sugar, salt, and fats (including trans fatty acids), which are undoubtedly harmful to a person’s health. The most serious downside to junk food is that once a person becomes addicted, it can be difficult to go back to home cooking.
One of the main concerns of the Kovid-19 epidemic is the safety of packaged foods.
The Government of India has a number of laws and regulations to regulate the production, distribution, supply, use, and sale of such foods.
Some of them are:
Infant Milk Substitution Act (IMS), Food Safety and Standards Act, Regulations related to the sale of junk food within fifty meters of the school and university facilities.
Myths and misconceptions
There are several myths and misconceptions about eating local foods nutrition:
- A) Most people measure quality with a price tag. They believe that nutrition is better than locally available, cheap, seasonal fruits, and should only eat expensive imported fruits stored in cold rooms. For them, fruit juices are healthier than whole fruits. However, the reality is different, the whole fruit provides fibre and forage. The fact is, canned or preserved juices can be dangerous for a variety of reasons.
- B) Protein drugs or healthy tonics with “exaggerated claims” are good for nutrition, as they are rich in minerals and vitamins compared to natural proteins.
- C) It would be nice if celebrities promoted some food. Unscrupulous partisan promotion or advertising is neglected even by those who are highly qualified.
- D) Processed, refined, attractively packaged, expensive and stored foods promoted by multinational corporations are “magic foods” for many.
- E) Some of us think that artificial commercial foods are innovative and take hours.
We live in a bogus world where “junk food” (artificial and commercial food) is promoted at the expense of nutritious food, natural resources, and locally available. The key is to be a user with information and authority who is not easily fooled by unscrupulous, biased promotions, or false advertising. To contribute to the health of our loved ones, we are committed to providing the best local foods nutrition.