Altered Diet and Responses on Human Health

Dietary transitions in human records were suggested to play essential roles within the evolution of the human race. The main purpose of public health intervention is to boost health and prevent diseases but the problems of changing food habits result in both positive and negative impacts on human health. The diet of an individual is determined by the process, the supply, and taste property of foods. A healthy diet includes storage ways and preparation of food that may preserve nutrients from oxidation, heat or natural process. Research in nutrition terms may make it easier for us to make better food choices and keeps us healthy. Contemporary dietary patterns have led to acceptable results like increased nutritional efficiency, decreased the risk of allergies and also diseases like prevention of hypertension, cardiovascular diseases, and chronic diseases. It may give negative results such as causing skin irritation, difficulty in breathing, headaches, cancer due to pesticides; obesity, food poisoning, diabetes, dental problems, high blood pressure and depression due to processed foods; and arthritis, meningitis, inflammation of joints and ciguatera from fisheries.

  • Nutrient Deficiencies
  • Toxicities
  • Nutrient Imbalances

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