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Man through the ages has undergone lots of changes From a period when he hunted for his food to the present era where man is dependent on preprocessed foods During this period not only has man changed his mode of eating but his whole lifestyle In pursuit of more in this competitive world man no longer has time He is caught in a race against the clock A person who finishes more in lesser time is considered more efficient This has affected his eating habits as well Man no longer has time to cook food Early mans only objective was to seek food to sustain them Now days it has taken a back seat Food no longer is of that importance This is not an encouraging trend People are dependent on preprocessed or precooked food It no longer has the freshness it had Such foods loose their mineral and vitamin content and are not as healthy as fresh food Thats why the number of diseases are also rising People have also shifted to high calorie content food like French fries pizzas and ice creams etc that is causing obesity weariness etc Cooking is an art which his dying out People enjoyed cooking It was a means of elevating all the stress and tension They could relax during this time and take control of their life As man is becoming busy and too involved in his busy schedule he has no time even to take care of his own personal needs People may tend to argue that by using precooked and preprocessed food they are efficiently using time and can use this precious time saved for other purpose But is it really worth it This is a question whose answer can invite lots of speculation as by saving this little time we are inviting lots of other problems which could easily be avoided It is not actually making our life simpler but more
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