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This book offers an inspiring thoughts on how to perceive an athletic lifestyle. Rich has laid down his own struggles while combating his quest for participating in the Ironman event. The amount of dedication goes to his transformation is proven from his detailing over the food preparations. Although the tips he shared would’ve pleased the financially well, perhaps remains expensive for the rest. It is always interesting to see the end results and this book lends a helpful hand to be motivated and determined.

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Recently i came across a program on the Indian star plus channel and shocked to find the truth about toxic foods. India is a developing country, population wise it is highly challenging to cater the needs for all. In order to meet the cultivation needs, farmers have started using pesticides to get more quality oriented foods leaving the permanent scar of these pesticides into the foods that are consumed.

There are many agricultural institute boards that exist to check the permissible levels to use for the cropping perhaps it goes in sane. The most important for the farmers are to crop them for a business purpose who do not bother about the implications of the consumers. It is disappointing to know how these farmers are trying to grow organic foods for themselves by giving pesticides foods to the general consumers. Further to this, some of the cashew-nut growers are spraying with a pesticide called “Endo sulphan” that causes lots of poisoning incidents around the world. You can get more information from this link http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Endosulfan.

I think some of the farmers are to be educated towards use of pesticides free cropping. It is a responsibility of the consumers to select organic foods for our families. By increasing the demand of the organic foods, shall hope to find more pesticides free foods in the near future.

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It all started by checking an organic food store in Chennai, India. Initially could not understand the millet varieties they were selling, but after doing some online research wanted to give a try on them. I have read a few millet recipe blogs that literally blown my taste buds away. It is amazing to feel how millet’s can replace our regular recipes by giving more fibers and other minerals with less carbohydrates.

Traditionally in India, many millet varieties were used by the country people. Let me, explore the recipes and wish me a bon-appetite.

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