Food production in it's most rudimentary or traditional sense would include what we cook at home. I come from a country and culture wherein we make more things at home than purchasing it from somewhere else. While we've never killed our own meat, except for crabs that still come to my home alive, we've done … Continue reading Cooking to Live
One of my favourite quotes on health and food is from Michael Pollan. In his book, In Defence of Food, he simply puts forth a mantra:"Eat food. Not too much. Mostly plants." This really does some up everything you will ever need to know about being healthy. Food today is a complicated term that used … Continue reading Consumption Patterns: Are you really on a diet?
The world as we know it is fast changing. Innovation, globalization and the rapid growth of technology is causing the world around us to shrink while doubling up our opportunities. We are moving towards a tomorrow where time is optimized and menial jobs are outsourced to machines. These advancements are causing mammoth changes in our … Continue reading Nature v/s Technology: the changing face of food
Anybody that is interested in health, exercise or even basic nutrition must know of whey. Some of us know it in its liquid form while others are more familiar with the powdered supplements, hydrolysates, isolates or concentrates. The most common forms of whey found in the market today are: sweet whey, acid whey, chocolate whey and … Continue reading Industrialisation of Whey