During the festive season, medical experts have advised people to avoid adulterated sweets. Dr Arvind Aggarwal, Senior Consultant, Internal Medicine at the Shri Balaji Action Medical Institute, says that now fake milk, fake mawa, fake desi ghee and even fake fruit is being sold indiscriminately in the markets and if caution is not taken then There is a danger of getting sick from consumption to life.
He told that there is no harm in the consumption of Khoya from the health point of view, but if it is synthetic instead of being made from milk, it is fake, then the sweets made by using it can be consumed in important parts of the body like heart, kidney, liver. Etc. can cause damage. Dr. Aggarwal told that the demand of milk increases greatly during festivals and to fulfill this, shampoo, detergent, Simulated milk is prepared by mixing urea and other noxious chemicals. These dangerous chemicals, especially urea, directly lead to kidney diseases and its frequent intake also has an effect on the liver. He said that fake desi ghee, made artificially with the help of animal fat and chemicals, can cause stomach infection and it is also not good for heart health.
Nutrition and Dietitian at Columbia Asia Hospital in Gurugram, Dr. Shalini Bliss, says that to meet the growing demand at festivals, old and spoiled dry fruits can be decorated in beautiful packing to play with your health. Such nuts cause food poisoning. Dr. Mahesh Gupta of Dharmashila Narayana Superspeciality Hospital, Consulting gastroenterologists point out that the FSSAI, the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India, is the standard for describing various foods as edible to a normal person. In this case, take note of any food item that is recognized by the FSSAI.