In 2014, the National Crime Records Bureau of India reported 5,650 farmer suicides. The highest number of farmer suicides were recorded in 2004 when 18,241 farmers committed suicide. The farmers’ suicide rate in India has ranged between 1.4 and 1.8 per 100,000 total population, over a 10-year period through 2005.Source: Wikipedia One can address the solution only if the nature of the problem has been … Continue reading Farmveda! Choose Healthy And Support The Farmers Of India
DuPont, a global leader in nutritional health had organized a bloggers meet recently to creadte an awareness Probiotics and its health benefits. The topics of discussions lead by industry experts included: Probiotics – The Good Bacteria by Mr. Prateek Nag The Science & benefits of Probiotics by Dr.Anders Henriksson Trends & Perception around Probiotics by Mr. Kiran Punjabi Probiotics in Food vs Probiotics in Medicine by … Continue reading The Important Role of Probiotics in Our Health!
Kesari bath is a popular south Indian sweet dish made from Rava (semolina) and is usually prepared for breakfast or during festivals in south India. Here is a step by step recipe to prepare this prominent sweet dish. Kesari Bath Recipe Ingredients (1 cup = 255 ML) 1 cup of rava ½ cup ghee Few cashew nuts, raisins /dry fruits of your choice 1½ cups … Continue reading How to make Kesari Bath|Popular south Indian sweet dish
In India, mothers generally focus on the physical growth of a child and not the overall brain development and immunity levels. The diet normally followed in Indian households is rich in macronutrients like carbohydrates, fats and proteins, supporting only physical growth but lack in micro nutrients, which is necessary for overall mental and brain development. Gaps in daily nutrition with nutritional quality lead to nutrient … Continue reading Micro Nutrient Deficiency: A Macro Problem