#PoshanMaah2020: Good Nutrition Practices

Last Date Sep 30,2020 23:45 PM IST (GMT +5.30 Hrs)
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On the occasion of celebrating the POSHAN Abhiyan month in September, 2020, in collaboration with the Ministry of Women and Child Development, MyGov invites citizens to share good ...

On the occasion of celebrating the POSHAN Abhiyan month in September, 2020, in collaboration with the Ministry of Women and Child Development, MyGov invites citizens to share good nutrition practices and contribute towards a healthier India.

Share your ideas on what's a healthy & nutritious diet, along with good nutrition practices, with the world.

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CHANDRAKANT SARMANDAL 1 month 8 hours ago

(cont from earlier submission)-It is common knowledge that 30% of agricultural produce,at present is wasted.Fruits& Fruit+ trees/plants can be grown organic at low cost as normally/mostly these are trees /plants which can be grown organically.If each individual eats daily 5 times fruits or fruit+,not only it will add substantially to the individual's good health,but twill reduce the huge wastage of fruit sand fruit+items( to minimum).Fruits and Fruit+ items,which aren't eaten canb sold in t cits