NDTV has published an unscientific article on “healthy” sugar substitutes. Excessive sugar consumption is causing a serious and growing health crisis, and is equally harmful whether from added refined sugar, or from natural sources.
Another nutritional superstition from Rujuta Diwekar. I can’t believe that she is actually promoting chapattis plus jaggery plus ghee as a “nutritious” meal for children. In terms of nutrition, this is almost no different from bread with sugar and butter.
Dr Rupali Dutta from Fortis Hospitals is out of touch with the latest advances in nutritional science. She recommends that diabetics should eat less eggs. This is wrong. Diabetics should be told to eat less carbohydrates (grains, potatoes and sugar).
Every nutrition article you have read about cooking with oils, will mention something called “smoking point”. Many of these articles will also extoll the virtues of polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFA), with some specifically talking about Omega 3 fatty acids and others about Omega 6 fatty acids as well. How many