India has a serious hunger problem and an even worse nutrition problem. The Indian government is failing its people. All our neighbors are doing a better job. Source: https://www.ndtv.com/india-news/india-ranks-94-out-of-107-nations-in-global-hunger-index-categorised-serious-2311582?pfrom=home-topstories
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.
Most of the traditional Indian varieties of vegetables and grain are dead and no longer available in the markets. Nutrition in vegetables and grain has also declined. There are hundreds of traditional varieties of various types of grain. But even a well-educated person today, in any Indian city, can only
The damage caused by poor food and nutrition security to women (mothers) and infants is widely misunderstood. Intervention and funds from the government and the development sector are, therefore, often misdirected away towards education and skill development.
For many urban Indians, self-cooked food is not a healthy choice. If they can afford it, they will be better off not cooking their own food.Many urban Indians should get a cook or buy food from restaurants. There are many restaurants that now offer excellent, healthy, options. The reason is