Urbanization, Lifestyle Changes and Nutrition Transition

Due to the onset of urbanization the fresh market source is disappearing and more of processed food is being utilized by the public. High increase in the consumption of dairy and poultry is also seen throughout the world.  Due to such transitions in the diet several negative health implications are seen in in the public due to the presence of harmful components in food like pesticide, antibiotic residues and chemical fertilizers. The recent studies showed that genetically modified food have reported to increase obesity in the population

  • Organic food
  • Genetically Modified Food
  • Pesticide and chemical fertilizer residues in vegetables
  • Meat consumption and cancer risk

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