Tuesday, December 20, 2016

Quick notes: Indian startups, Cooking oil...

  • Indian versus foreign: Uber sold its China business to rival Didi Chuxing, after having invested $2 billion. The move highlighted how it is very hard for non-Chinese companies to win in the Chinese market.  But it’s not the same in India, where both Amazon and Uber have been thriving and giving local companies a tough time, even harming the Indian market.

  • How to Choose the Right Cooking Oil: Keep omega-6 and omega-3 intake in balance. Mustard oil has the best omega-3 to omega-6 ratio.

  • Fish, poultry offer as many problems to the human body as red meat: The body has no mechanism for storing excess protein. It elimi­nates it through the formation of urea in the liver. When urea and amino acids — which are a components of protein — enter the kid­neys to be eliminated in urine, they cause loss of water and large amounts of minerals — mainly calcium. A few ounces of chick­en or fish, a cup of low fat cottage cheese, and your system has been swamped with enough proteins to cause a negative calcium balance. Other offshoots of excess protein are liver disease, kidney failure — and obesity.

  • How much public space we've surrendered to cars:


SS said...

Yes, cars are evil. We should all drive bicycles and bullock carts like in Somalia or Swaziland. After all, these nations are so clean and pollution free without those evil cars.

Pagan said...

Gain some self-respect before you comment next time if you want a meaningful discussion.

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