Avinash Shankar1*, Amresh Shankar2 and Anuradha Shankar3
1Chairman, National Institute of Health and Research, Bihar, India
2State Health Services, Bihar, India
3Director, Centre for Indigenous Medicine and Research, India
*Corresponding Author: Avinash Shankar, Chairman, National Institute of Health and Research, Bihar, India.
Received: December 09, 2017; Published: January 18, 2018
Citation: Avinash Shankar., et al. “Dietary Non Nutrients Posing Health Hazards”. Acta Scientific Nutritional Health 2.2 (2018).
Incidence of diseases like Diabetes mellitus, Myxoedema, Urolithiasis, Cholelithiasis and hypertension are increasing progressively even among down trodden, hard working and economically deprived persons. A mass screening program was conducted in 20 villages of Warisaliganj block of Nawada district of Bihar which reveals the increasing incidence of metabolic and endocrinal disorders at par with urban population and the common factor among urban and rural life conditions, which are fortify and decrease the nutritional value of dietary constituents due to the excessive use of chemical, fertilizer, pesticide and preservatives. Another important factor, is the changed life style and wellness due to the generated toxic constituents which alter the endocrinal and metabolic process of the body.
Keywords: Diabetes Mellitus; Myxoedema; Urolithiasis; Cholelithiasis; Hypertension Fortified Endocrine; Metabolism
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