I received an email that talks about some top diet & nutrition trends in the US for 2014. Some of the listed trends are anti-wheat sentiment, reviving ancient grains, fading of low-fat diets, keeping health in mind while shopping, increase in misinformation about nutrition from unqualified persons, and so on.
To draw a parallel in India, I think that the following will be popular in our country –
On another note, tomorrow (10th January) is being observed as Dietetics Day in India. This is in recognition of the science of nutrition & dietetics, and also to promote the qualified professionals.
The Bangalore Chapter of the Indian Dietetic Association will celebrate 50 years of its existence by organising a Nutrition Expo on Saturday, September 21, 2013. The expo is open to all and the entrance is free. It will be held on the lawns of Apollo Hospital, Bannerghatta Road, Bangalore from 11 am to 4 pm. The expo will be inaugurated by the celebrity international athlete, Ms Reeth Abraham.
Visitors to the expo can avail of free blood sugar check, blood pressure, body weight. There will also be educational material, games and quizzes on nutrition. You can meet dietitians and get tips from them.
Do come along and bring your family, friends and neighbours as well. Hope to see you on Saturday.
Hello Readers! Nutrition, Wellness & Writing – my 3 passions. I’ve decided to combine the 3 and start a blog. Of course, I’ll also write on diet, food and health. There’s already a mountain of information on these topics so why a blog on the same stuff, you might wonder. Well, I’ve no answer to that yet………but I’m going to write and it’s not mandatory for you to follow. I’ll share with you some thoughts, beliefs, experiences, events, anecdotes, interviews, reviews, recipes, and short articles – all related to food, nutrition, diet, health, wellness and ecosystem.