World Food Day 2022 By including colourful fruits and vegetables in the diet, you can reduce the chances of dangerous diseases like cholesterol diabetes, heart diseases and even cancer to a great extent.
World Food Day is celebrated on 16 October across the world. Food is very important for our body but equally important is what we are eating. Any kind of carelessness in the diet can cause many problems. So focus on eating healthy to stay healthy. A Rainbow diet i.e. colourful food also protects against many diseases related to health. Fruits and vegetables of different colours contain a variety of nutrients, including beta-carotene, vitamin B, and vitamin C, which are essential for health. So in today’s article, we will learn about these fruits and vegetables.
White vegetables lower cholesterol
White-coloured vegetables work to remove bad cholesterol from the body as well as remove the dirt present in the body. So eat garlic, white onion, mushroom, cabbage, radish vegetable, salad or soup in whatever form is possible in your diet.
Black and purple vegetables increase memory
Black and purple fruits and vegetables work to increase the health of the brain. Memory increases by consuming them. This is because black and purple fruits and vegetables contain phytochemicals that strengthen memory. Apart from this, there is also a significant amount of iron in these vegetables, which does not allow for a lack of blood in the body. So for this, eat eggplant, dry grapes, blackberry, blueberry, cashew, and raisins.
What is World Food Day 2022?
World Food Day is celebrated every year on October 16 to mark the anniversary of the founding of the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO). The day provides an opportunity for people around the world to come together and take action to end hunger and malnutrition.
This year’s World Food Day theme is “Grow, nourish, sustain. Together.” The theme focuses on the need to come together to produce food sustainably and to ensure that everyone has enough to eat.
There are many ways to get involved in World Food Day. You can join a local event, host your event, or take action online. You can also donate to support the work of organizations working to end hunger and malnutrition.
No matter how you choose to celebrate World Food Day, remember that we all have a role to play in ensuring that everyone has enough to eat.
How can you participate in World Food Day 2022?
World Food Day is celebrated every year on October 16 to mark the date of the founding of the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization. The day is an opportunity to raise awareness about the challenges of global hunger and to promote action to end hunger.
There are many ways to participate in World Food Day. One way is to join or organize an event in your community. World Food Day events can range from potlucks and bake sales to educational forums and awareness-raising marches. Another way to participate is to donate to or volunteer with organizations that are working to end hunger. You can also use social media to spread the word about World Food Day and the fight against hunger.
No matter how you choose to participate, World Food Day is a chance to show your support for the fight against hunger.
How can the world help us achieve food security?
There are several ways in which the world can help us achieve food security. One way is by providing us with access to technology and resources that can help us increase food production. Another way is by working with us to improve our food distribution and storage infrastructure. And finally, the world can help by providing us with financial and technical assistance to help us address the underlying causes of food insecurity.
This year, World Food Day (WFD) is being observed on October 16. The theme for this edition is “Food Systems For Sustainable Development” and it is the fourth time that this theme is being used since the beginning of WFD in 1945. The theme has previously been used in 2016 (on the occasion of the International Year of Pulses), 2015 and 2014.
We are excited to share with you that World Food Day 2022 will focus on the following issue/challenge: “Towards a sustainable food future”. These words will be the guiding force for us to do our part and take a step towards a more sustainable future.
October 16th is World Food Day! This is a day where we celebrate the food that we eat and how it is made available to us. For example, this day serves as a reminder of how the food that we eat is grown. Farming is an industry that we all take for granted, but it is an important part of our lives. This day serves as a day for appreciation for the food that we eat.