All diaper brands in India, Pampers, Huggies, Himalaya and Patanjali, have high phthalate levels according to an article in The Print.
Someone needs to educate this semi-literate politician on the nutritional value of eggs, and the severe malnutrition problems amongst Indian children. He also probably does not know that over 75 percent of Indians are non vegetarians. So much for his idiotic comment that non-vegetarianism is “against Indian traditions”. https://www.financialexpress.com/india-news/madhya-pradesh-egg-anganwadi-bjp-leader-gopal-bhargava-says-eating-meat-can-turn-children-into-cannibals/1750690/
Please stop believing the statement, “Breakfast is the most important meal of the day.” Breakfast is definitely not the most important meal of the day, and likely not important at all for adults. “Breakfast is the most important meal of the day” is a marketing slogan invented and used by
While the plan to ban the advertising of High Fat, Sugar and Salt (HFSS) products near schools is very welcome, it is not enough. HFSS products are more damaging to the health of children than tobacco. If there is a ban on the sale of tobacco products near schools, there
Our children are being subjected to more of a “sugar attack” than ever before. An increasing number of children in India now suffer from adult lifestyle diseases. Obesity is merely one of them. What’s more, thanks to their sugar laden diet as children, children are now far more susceptible to lifestyle