All diaper brands in India, Pampers, Huggies, Himalaya and Patanjali, have high phthalate levels according to an article in The Print.
Almost 50% of the COVID 19 deaths in India are of people below the age of 60, which is very different (lower) from deaths in the developed world. So what’s going on? Also, why on earth would a food, water, and air safety website write about this? The devil is
The excessive cereals consumed by most Indians in their food is a huge problem. In essence, this is true not only for rice and wheat but also for jowar, bajra, ragi, etc.
Hydrogenated fats are a source of trans saturated fats (trans fats), and are already banned in some parts of the world. Trans fats are a cause of many lifestyle diseases. These diseases include diabetes, hypertension, heart disease, cancer, and more.
The processed food industry, combined with flawed dietary guidelines since the 1960s, have contributed to an obesity epidemic in the developed world. The same thing is happening in India for the last 30 years, because of the processed food industry, cheap sugar, subsidised grain production, and dietary superstition.