Showthread - Diet discussion
We offer a range of advice on contemporary diets. We also talk about the available food you can eat to make yourself healthier. Another good way to find healthy food is to try a range of cuisines:
The list of overseas food recipes is growing in Asian cuisine day by day. Japanese, Arabic, French, Mexican food recipes all have become hot favorites in Asia. Many number of fast food snacks have been chucked out of the restaurants and homemade food recipes. These increasing numbers of international food recipes are available at the click of the computer mouse and television food programmes on television day by day. The new food recipes have carried with them adulterated and food practices which are bad for your health and it is the main concern for them.
In the packet food recipes, from 'idli-dosa' dough to chutneys and easy-to-make 'chappathi' and 'payasam', danger of unhygienic and non-complimentary mixtures looms large. Use of excessive chemicals to make the products endure, introduction of new types recipes of desserts on the shelves that have heavy doses of sugar and citric acid, fruits that are no longer limited to seasons and are able to be bought throughout the year- are all signboards to bad food health.
Get in touch with us about your experiences with diets, be they good or bad. We’re always interested to hear differing opinions on this divisive topic.
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