In this era of global industrialization and advancement of technologies, the life style of the people has changed a lot. In this changing life style, the demand for ready to eat foods like extruded foods has increased. Among ready to eat foods, junk food form an important part of Indian diet. These products are rich in starch, fat and energy but depleted in fiber. Various epidemiological studies have shown that the diet lacking in fiber may be the cause of various gastrointestinal and cardiovascular diseases.
Ambika Chauhan and Inteli
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