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Food Itself a Medicine: Just A Matter of Intake Type, Time And Quantity

@inproceedings{Singh2015FoodIA,
  title={Food Itself a Medicine: Just A Matter of Intake Type, Time And Quantity},
  author={Rajinder Singh},
  year={2015}
}
In modern world with advancement in technology, science and other aids which facilitated our lives with comfort security and well-being there are a number of side effects fluttering around the tree of advancement. In this review discussion is about different types of food, processed food and genetically modified food and its effect on human health as it matters what type of food we are having, at what time we are having and how much we are having. Different type of food related disorders will… Expand

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