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TODAY’S CHANGING LIFESTYLE AND DIETARY PATTERNS AND IT’S SIDE EFFECT ON HEALTH W.S.R TO NON COMMUNICABLE DISEASES

Dukale Sachin Ramesh*, Bhosale Nilesh J. and Chavan Sandeep Asaramji

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Good nourishment is the secrete of healthy and happy life. A healthy diet is one that provides adequate level of vitamins, minerals, protein, carbohydrate and healthy fats from a variety of foods. An unhealthy diet is high in fat, saturated fat, trans fat, sodium and added sugars. These diets often contain a lot of processed or fast foods that are high in calories and too few nutrients. Recently the eating habits and lifestyle of human has drastically changed from those of previous generation and the popularity of fast food is greater due to the shortage of time. Because of the busy schedules the meal times having become irregular and when pangs of hunger strike it is easier to pick up ready to eat snacks rather than prepare a hot meal. The market is constantly flooded with new food products which are promoted attractively and this has greatly influenced the bad food habits of the human. Unfortunately today’s poor eating habits and sedentary lifestyle caused by the continuous evolution of high technology are some of the contributing factor on increasing health problem worldwide. Unhealthy diet causing serious side effects on body such as a Cancer, Stroke, heart disease, obesity, Diabetes, nutrient deficiency, osteoporosis, low immunity, gall bladder diseases, skin problem, fatty liver diseases, high cholesterol, oral problems and much more. To avoid these side effects eating healthy is the best way to stay happy and healthy.

Keywords: Dietary/Nutrition Transition, Physical Inactivity, Non Communicable Diseases, Diabetes, Cardiovascular Diseases, Cancer.


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