Scientific India - September - October 2017

Publisher: Scientific Planet Society
Category: Science
Language: English
Frequency : Bi-Monthly

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Volatile food prices and a growing population mean we have to rethink what we eat. Super food would be the solution. Superfoods are natural products that pack a higher nutritional punch than regular fruit and vegetables. In the beginning, it was all about kale and goji berries, but over the years, health food experts have begun to explore a whole new world of superfoods and health food supplements. In addition to this, we have also explore Health and food related related topics like Why turmeric isn’t promoted as an affordable treatment for cancer?, Adulterants in Indian spices, High salt intake associated with doubled risk of heart failure and other stories like Why elephants don't get cancer?, Effect of climate change on rice,Towards LEAD (Pb) free Electronics etc.

Scientific India provides you with everything you need to know about what's new and what's next in Science, Technology, Health Science, Environmental Science, Space, Nature, National Security and much more. Each issue of Scientific India magazine includes feature articles written by scientists and engineers that include detailed illustrations. Scientific India Magazine Published Bimonthly from Dehradun, India.


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