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Fast food promotes genetic diseases, Rice & Pulse as best Indian Food

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Fast food promotes genetic diseases, Rice & Pulse as best Indian Food

New Delhi Food and food have been given special importance in Indian culture. In our food, food is respected as a deity. Researchers have now found its scientific basis. Scientists believe that many such qualities are hidden in Indian food, which can also beat genetic diseases. The research has also explained in detail the effect on health from the prevalent fried foods of western countries.

Research at the University of Lübeck in Germany has revealed that simple Indian food such as lentils and rice are a repository of properties. These Indian meals have the ability to fight many major diseases. Not only this, these Indian foods are very effective in fighting genetic diseases. This is the first such research done on the effect of Indian food on serious diseases.

DNA is not only responsible for serious diseases

According to the researchers, only DNA disturbances are not responsible for serious or genetic diseases. Our food style also plays a very important role in this. Due to this, diseases can arise and they can be controlled. The research, conducted by three scientists led by Professor Rolf Ludwijz of Lubeck University, was published in the latest study of Nature magazine. The team of researchers who researched Indian food included Dr. Artem Vorovyev of Russia, Dr. Yaska Shejin of Israel and Dr. Tanya Gupta of India.

Indians fight with diseases

Research conducted for two years on Indian food and Western foods has revealed that high-calorie diets of fried foods promote genetic diseases. In contrast, Indian food has very low calories (low calories), which play an important role in fighting diseases. Research published in Nature magazine states that till now only DNA was responsible for all the genetic diseases that we get from our ancestors and parents. In this research, these diseases were focused on the food used in everyday life.

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