Global Journal of Health Science | VOL. 10

Food and Nutrition Systems in India Change as a Result of the Nutrition Transition: The Implications on the Food and Nutrition System in Relating to Changes in the Food Supply and Dietary Intakes

Publication Date Aug 11, 2018


This review examines the implication of changes in nutrition system of India and relates these changes to shifting the dynamics of dietary intakes and food supply. As countries develop economically and socially, the nutrition transition will change the nutrition system. The nutrition transition began to take place in India due to increasing income and urbanization. As the result, there are important issues occurring, increasing the poor diets, obesity, non-communicable diseases, and inactivity.


Nutrition Transition Food Supply Non-communicable Diseases Dietary Intakes Supply Intakes Dietary Supply Poor Diseases Dietary Food Food System Changes In System

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