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.
One on ten people in India will get cancer. This is an extremely worrying number. Whoever you are, reading this article, please know that one or more of your loved ones from your family or your friends will get cancer. There is no point in staying in denial or avoiding
India ranks at number 102 out of 117 countries on the Global Hunger Index. This number is much worse than our neighbors Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Myanmar, or Nepal, which do much better at ranks 86, 67, 68, 72, respectively.
Cancer rates have increased a lot in India in the last two years. The economic distress of the previous 2-3 years may have had a critical role to play in this, by causing a change in the dietary pattern for a lot of people.
I believe that the tide has started to turn, and we will win the war against lifestyle disease. This will happen because the group of educated people adopting and promoting low carbohydrate or slow carbohydrate diets is reaching a critical mass.