Nutraceuticals: Changing the Prospect of Pharmaceuticals
Yatharth Sharma1, Yashasvi Rathore1 and Nikita Wadhawan2*
1Department of Food Science and Nutrition, College of Community and Applied Sciences, Maharana Pratap University of Agriculture and Technology, India
2Department of Dairy and Food Technology, College of Dairy and Food Technology, Maharana Pratap University of Agriculture and Technology, India
*Corresponding Author: Nikita Wadhawan, Department of Dairy and Food Technology, College of Dairy and Food Technology, Maharana Pratap University of Agriculture and Technology, India.
July 19, 2022; Published: August 04, 2022
The worldwide pandemic began by the novel Covid has indeed made individuals talk about the utilization of nutraceuticals. In these testing times individuals required an advantageous alternative to keep up with their day-by-day wellbeing, keep resistance solid and with nutraceuticals individuals currently have a high level and more qualified choice than the utilization of compound drugs and customary meds to accomplish that. That as well as the capacity of nutraceuticals to forestall various sicknesses, lessen the pathophysiology of the illness also has made them generally acceptable among the majority. Lesser possibilities of causing harmfulness and unfriendly impacts is another contributing component prompting its expanding acknowledgment.
Keywords: Nutraceuticals; Physiological; Health
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