Compare Indian School meal plan with Japan

Compare Indian School meal plan with Japan

Here all the attention was focused on improving the quality of food, but in Japan, lunch is more than just eating, it’s an opportunity to learn proper manners before, during and after a meal, hygiene and even how to grow your own food. Can you imagine something like this in our public schools? India’s Free Lunch (2008): India’s new policy of providing free midday meals to primary-school students has many Western governments taking note. Since…

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How healthy are you eating by taking Indian Food ?

How healthy are you eating by taking Indian Food ?

The staple Indian diet consists of rotis, dals (lentils), beans and pulses, along with vegetables, rice, chicken and meat curries, and other meal accompaniments like idlis, dosas, chutneys, and uttapams. Given the length, breadth and diversity in this country, it’s next to impossible to list each and every snack and dish here. But, basic meal components like these stand out: Vegetables Dal or lentils Curries – Either beans or pulse based, or chicken or meat…

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