The prolonged closures during the Coronavirus pandemic have changed the diet and dietary habits of many.

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27/01/2021 8:39

The entry of robots into the home and industrial kitchens will dramatically change nutritional habits.

The prolonged closures during the Coronavirus pandemic have changed the diet and dietary habits of many. image 1

The prolonged closures imposed on large populations have created two significant changes in the dietary habits of many:

  1. Some returned to home cooking, higher quality non-industrialized food. Purchases of kitchen equipment followed this.
  2. The other part moved to make deliveries of ready-made food, most of it industrialized.

Without explaining socioeconomic characteristics, these effects of dietary changes will significantly impact public health for many years to come.

The cumulative impact of stress, prolonged closures, social isolation, severe loneliness, severe economic problems, family conflicts, and many subsequent divorces can trigger chronic morbidity, which was very high anyway.

The entry of robots into the home and industrial kitchens will dramatically change nutritional habits.

Organic and healthy food chains nationwide will be economical when robots can perform many tasks. Quality healthy food prepared by robots will be the next nutritional revolution! Home robots will make it affordable to prepare quality food anywhere, without the need for fast food preparation that is usually industrialized and processed and highly harmful to our health.

 

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