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Aug. 24, 2009 - TQS GLOBAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM offers technical solutions & measures in the field of Food safety. Food safety is a scientific discipline describing the handling, preparation, and storage of food in ways that prevent food borne illness. This includes a number of routines that should be followed to avoid potentially severe health hazards. Food can transmit disease from person to person as well as serve as a growth medium for bacteria that can cause food poisoning.

They are doing this by offering consulting, auditing and training programs. They are providing Food training workshops in many hotels for the consultation and solutions for safer food.

For Common man who wants to know how they can have safer and ideal food to be healthy. TQS suggests following:

CALCIUM HELPS IN LOOSING WEIGHT
New studies indicate that consuming adequate amounts of calcium may do more than strengthen your bones. In fact, calcium helps break down body fat and may prevent fat cells from making fat.

Researchers from Purdue and Creighton universities and the University of Tennessee conducted several studies on calcium intake and weight. Results consistently showed that people who consumed more calcium had a lower body weight or gained less weight than those who consumed lower amounts of calcium.

For the best health benefits, try to consume at least 1,000 milligrams of calcium every day. Good sources include dairy foods, dark-green leafy vegetables, fish with edible bones and calcium-fortified foods.

As with any diet, when evaluating the "raw foods" approach, ask questions. If you think "This sounds too good to be true," it probably is.

SALT

Everyone is familiar with table - or iodized - salt. But recipes increasingly refer to other types of salt, like kosher, sea, seasoned, light and rock salt. How are they different from each other? Isn't salt just … salt?

The difference between types of salt usually concerns their taste and texture. For example, kosher salt has a coarse grain and gives a clean taste to foods. Sea salt comes in either fine or coarse grain and has a slightly different taste caused by other minerals it contains.

Seasoned salt is flavored with herbs and other ingredients; for that reason, it actually has less salt content than other types of salt.

Rock salt is used as a decoration on food, or to make ice cream. But it's not used in cooking because of its size. Salts do have one thing in common: They all contain sodium. So if you have hypertension or otherwise need to watch your salt intake, keep checking food labels and monitor how much salt you consume - no matter what kind it is.

EATING BREAKFAST
New research indicates that eating breakfast may help you stay slim. Harvard University researchers recently found adults who eat breakfast are nearly 50 percent less likely to be obese compared to people who don't eat breakfast.

The researchers studied about 2,800 people between the ages of 25 and 37 and followed them for eight years. Using self-reports on breakfast eating and monitoring for other risk factors like physical activity, smoking and age, the researchers found that breakfast eaters had lower weight and lower insulin levels.

The study is another good reason to make time for a nutritious breakfast every day. Even if you're pressed for time to get out the door in the morning, you can prepare breakfast the night before or choose easy meal options.

Try whole-grain toast with peanut butter and a piece of fruit, dry cereal mixed with low fat yogurt or a hard-cooked egg sliced into a whole-wheat pita.

Dr. Andrew Scott (Director Global Operations) TQS Global Management System says, “We are pleased to introduce our Food Safety diligence auditing system in India. As diligence is used as a very effective tool in the U.K and other European countries, especially for the hospitality sector. Looking into the growing need for effective food auditing and validating system in the Indian market scenario we are very pleased to announce the launch of our FSMS DILIGENCE TOOL. This FOOD SAFETY Diligence tool is a wonderful blend of auditing, food sampling, training and validation screening. This gives you an insight of the present food safety scenario of the establishment. Designed specifically for the hospitality sector, this would come at a very affordable cost.”


CEO, TQS global management solution says that “in India foodborne diseases occur frequently causing morbidity and mortality. An outbreak of foodborne diseases due to natural toxic factors like microbiological and environmental contaminants has been reported.”

TQS Global Management Systems had started its operations providing services in the field of quality consultancy. The entire activity of the company is based on the patterns of IRCA, EARA and other relevant international accreditation and certifying bodies.

Apart from making food safe TQS also provide guidance for making food nutritious. They have different testing for drinking water purification. They don’t check out the problems but with that they also provide trouble shooting mechanisms to fight off with the problems.
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