Climate change may cause these food items to become extinct!
Climate change may cause these food items to become extinct!

These effects are globally being discoursed upon, however, there's one thing that's not being considered – Food.

Desh Da Swaad: Discover the taste of Bhopal- Part II

Check out the taste of Bhopal in today's episode of Desh Da Swaad with our anchor, Chef Harpal Singh Sokhi.

Desh Da Swaad: Discover the taste of Bhopal

Check out the taste of Bhopal in today's episode of Desh Da Swaad with our anchor, Chef Harpal Singh Sokhi.

Intake of fruits and vegetables low in Indians: Survey

Indians, across all age groups, consume less than half the quantity of fruits and vegetables recommended by World Health Organisation, a study revealed.

What influences our food choices

 Childhood socio-economic status might influence an individual's food choices as adults, says a study, adding that growing up poor has a long-term impact on eating patterns.

Jaunpur: Girl invents solar dryer to prevent wastage of food

Maanvi Singh haling from Jaunpur, invents a device which she calls Solar Dryer. This device prevents grains from rotting and in turn getting wasted. Watch the full video to know more.

Reduce plate size to reduce weight

Besides running on treadmill for hours to cut down unnecessary fat from your body, using smaller plates can also be highly effective.

Aid convoy reaches starving Syrian town of Madaya

 An aid convoy entered a besieged Syrian town on Monday where thousands have been trapped without supplies for months and people are reported to have died of starvation.

Roti's instead of alms to beggars in Azadpur's fruit market

The traders of Azadpur's fruit market has taken the initiative of filling the hungry stomachs of beggars instead of giving alms to them by bringing home-made lunch packs for them.

Diners eat more when served by heavy waiters!

The amount of food you order at a restaurant may depend on how heavy your waiter is, a new study suggests. The study of 497 diners in 60 restaurants showed that diners who ordered their dinner from heavier wait staff were four times more likely to order dessert, and ordered 17 per cent more alcohol.

Crows too know how to make and use tools!

If you thought only humans or primates can forge and use tools, you are wrong. Crows can make, use, and even store for re-use certain tools while foraging for food, a new study shows.

Not looking at food pictures on Facebook, Pinterest and Instagram will help you lose weight!
Not looking at food pictures on Facebook, Pinterest and Instagram will help you lose weight!

Being technologically advanced has a long list of benefits, but has a downside too!

Slow chewing keeps childhood obesity at bay

The University of California study found that waiting 30 seconds in between bites of food allows children to realize they're no longer hungry before they overeat, preventing excessive weight gain.

Top five controversial food items that didn't go down our systems too well!

Here are some of the most shocking controversial food items that shocked India in 2015.

Smaller food portion sizes could help tackle obesity: Study

Researchers have found the 'most conclusive evidence to date' that people consume more food or drinks from larger size portions or packages, and when using larger items of tableware.

Willow: where street food meets exotic taste in a cafe setting
Willow: where street food meets exotic taste in a cafe setting

The English country-style Willow Cafe boasts of a strong menu with a rich variety of Indian street food and popular British and continental dishes

Cooking with tap water and salt can make food toxic: Study

 Cooking with chloraminated tap water and common table salt may put potentially harmful toxins in your food, researchers have warned.

Recipe:  Masoor Dal Curry Soup
Recipe: Masoor Dal Curry Soup

Welcome the winters with delicious Masoor dal curry soup! The dish is protein-rich and tasty. Read on to know how to make a mouthwatering bowl of dal curry soup.  

Birds sacrifice food for love
Birds sacrifice food for love

 Scientists found that mated pairs of great tits chose to prioritise their relationships over nutrition in a novel experiment that prevented couples from foraging in the same location.