Celebrating the first International Food Research Day

New Delhi [India], September 2 (ANI / Target Media) – Any food we eat or drink to survive can not be described as one of the things we need to live a normal life.

More precisely, food supports life, supports growth and facilitates the necessary metabolism, and facilitates the survival of an organism, including human beings.

Therefore, nutrition is important for a healthy, physically, mentally, and physically healthy person as well as for the next generation.

Nature produces a variety of foods in the form of plants, microbes, and animals. Once we begin to understand our body’s health and nutritional needs and seek out the same natural sources, it will lead us to a healthy meaning in food and ultimately what we might call “practical foods”! They can be isolated and have protection against medical conditions in the form of physiological benefits. It contains ingredients such as Curcumin, Glutathione, Astaxanthin, Tocotrienol, Fenugreek, olive oil, omega-3 fatty acids, and more.

Speaking to The Nutracetuical Man of Sandeep Gupta of India, he said, “When you are constantly in contact with the Apex Regulator, the main gap and lack of industry reference is to format the scientific data and evidence, so why not provide some? Facts through such a reinforcement that can be used as a reference point for some key elements. The overall focus of this summary is on some of the most important Nutraceuticals clinical studies and evidence that have been developed in public health management. Both in terms of health and basic medical conditions can add value and prevent a series of complications. Along with the main course of treatment, they can reduce the risk of treatment and improve the health of people in the event of an illness. “.

Practical foods are rapidly becoming part of the global diet with health benefits and better delivery across continents. With that in mind, innovation and health research efforts have led to many different types of food products, such as pharmaceuticals, fortified foods, health foods, active ingredients, dietary supplements, dietary supplements, nutritional supplements, and so on. However, the concept of all these products is the same, that is, “increasing the sense of health in food.”

In a comprehensive review ten years ago [Khanuja and Shukla, 2011, Human health and nutrition: Functional foods, Horticulture to Horti-Business, pp 433-445], Edible herbal crops or food crops that have the potential to be used as food supplements or supplements.

Different perspectives on horticultural crops and products, such as food, grains, and juices, should be altered with changes in nutrition. Horticultural crops are gaining momentum due to their metabolic ability to compete with conventional medicinal plants.

Professor (Dr.) Porter Singh Khanuja FNASc, FNAAS (spskhanuja@gmail.com) InnovationTechnology Mentor Expert, International Executive Advisory Board of the Professional Nutrition Council (ENACreg;) Founder Chaman , Fragrance and Science Foundation Food Innovation, SKiES India Special Professor, Bio-Engineering Food Technology Sholini University, Solan, HP , Former Director of India, CSIR, (Pharmaceutical Institute, Luke) This story was reported by the target media. ANI is in no way responsible for the content of this article. (ANI / Target Media)


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