Not Taste, Health first Today if we say that people give preference to tastes more than their health, then you will accept it. Because the hectic lifestyle and irregular eating habits have left no choice for us. We eat when we get time, we eat as we get to eat, just that tongue should taste it. Due to this, people take many diseases in their grip before time. In which obesity, diabetes, high blood pressure are important. Through some of these diseases, some other major diseases also go home in the body. According to a news report published in Dainik Bhaskar newspaper, in view of the increasing cases of cancer and diabetes type 2 and heart-related diseases among non-veg eaters in Britain, people are more than their taste. Health has started giving importance. Here during the last 10 years, about 20 percent of the people there have given up non-veg food.
According to research by Oxford University, people have either reduced or reduced non-veg food to stay healthy. This is the reason that there has been a significant reduction in the consumption of red meat here. While the trend of people towards eating chicken and fish has increased.
Reduction in consumption of red meat
Featured in Lancet Planetary Health Article According to this, during the last decade, the trend towards eating non-veg has decreased in the developed countries of the world with high income class. But the average of non-veg food is increasing worldwide. Research found that during 2008-09, where the consumption of 103 grams of red meat per person per day in the UK fell to 23 grams per person per day in 2018-19. Poultry consumption increased by 3.2 percent.
Oxford University found in its research that there is definitely a change in food and drink in Britain, but a lot of efforts will still have to be made for a healthy lifestyle.
Vegetarians increased from 2% to 5%
According to research from Oxford University, vegetarians in the UK have increased from 2 per cent to 5 per cent during the past decade. According to the National Food Strategy, the goal is to reduce the consumption of red meat in the UK by 30% by 2030. According to research, an increase in the number of non-veg eaters has also been recorded among people born after 1999. The reason for this is being told that there is an excess of non-veg in eating fast food.