Info Food refers to any substance ingested to give nutrition to an organism for growth, repair and maintenance. The food that we eat is called the dietary food, which is eaten to support our bodies, as well as for our satisfaction and pleasure. It has been found that, in the last century, the nutritional content of many types of food, especially those consumed by people in developed countries has declined considerably. This can lead to severe imbalances, diseases and stunted growth in children. Info food consists of all such foods, which must not only be healthy, but also must meet the demands and preferences of individuals, in their particular cultural and ethnic groups.
Info food consists of foods of animal origin, which include poultry, cattle, fish, and other farm products. Info food is high in protein and fat, and therefore forms the major constituent of dietary nutrition. Generally, it is associated with rural life, and is prepared by people who belong to different ethnic groups, and have different eating habits. The major specialization of this food is in its preparation: it varies according to geographical area, tribe, social class, etc. Most of it is vegetarian, but some dishes are animal-derived, as in poultry. Animals are fed with meat, grains, roots, tubers, seeds and nuts, as part of the diet.
In most countries, livestock are treated inhumanely, and so, they are fed with grains, roots, tubers and nuts, as a part of their diet. This leads to a considerable deficiency in animal-derived foods, like proteins, iron and vitamins A, B, C and E. Meat, fish, milk and eggs are contained in large quantities in the diets of most rural inhabitants. Thus, this food is not only less nutritious than food obtained from plants and animals, but also less complete in its nourishment. Most countries, following World War II, banned the production and sale of this food, in an effort to feed more people cheaply.