You may or may not have the basic ideas of food, nutrients, health, disease, etc. But most of us try to be healthy and happy to maintain the quality and standard of living. Our exposure directly or indirectly influences our food-related decisions. Sometimes, people are stressed or panicked about certain foods based on the information, partially true or wrong, received.
Do we need to be?
Is it bad for us?
Are you becoming malnourished?
Let’s discuss this in detail:
If you are misguided, you may suffer in each stage of purchasing, processing, consumption, etc. of selected foods or nutrients such as fast foods, processed foods, fats, sugars, etc. As a result, you become vulnerable to being malnourished.
Md. Khurshidul Zahid Ph.D. is an Associate Professor at the Institute of Nutrition and Food Science (INFS) of The University of Dhaka (DU) of Bangladesh. He has completed his Ph.D. in Nutritional Sciences from the Department of Nutritional Sciences at Texas Tech University
(TTU), USA. He was a finalist in the Emerging Leaders in Nutrition Science Competition organized by the American Society of Nutrition (ASN), Experimental Biology (EB) meeting held in Boston in 2015. He was also awarded a gold medal by “Professor Dr. Quazi Salamatullah trust
foundation” of INFS, DU in 2005.