An Organized Nation


British are known for their organizing skills. They beautifully manage crowds and rush by forming an orderly queue in any crowded location, from a theatre door to airport security. Queuing and making organized lines comes naturally to all British people. They are perfect at avoiding chaos.

According to social historians, it’s actually all a bit of a myth. However, there is evidence to suggest that it was born from the Brits wanting to create fairness and equality among their peers.

Queue Culture:

Queue culture developed to regulate life and to minimize the amount of suffering experienced while waiting. The queue culture provides direction on such matters as place-keeping privileges, sanctions against pushing in, and rights of temporary absence from the waiting line.

A common British trait is that despite everybody in the queue being annoyed with someone who has pushed in, very few people will ask that person to go to the back of the queue.  British people do not like to cause a scene by arguing.

Historical Reference:

The first notable instances of Britons adhering to the queuing format came from the early 19th century, the beginning of the Industrial Revolution. As cities began to grow bigger, larger numbers of people started to gravitate to them for work. Naturally, this influx of people required everyone to create a more structured way to do everyday things, such as posting letters at the post office and buying things at local shops, to help ensure these tasks could be done as quickly and effectively as before.

The Brits’ reputation for being civilized queues, however, was born in wartime Britain. During such a period of uncertainty that was brought with the arrival of the Second World War, the government was keen to retain as much order as possible, resulting in propaganda addressing people to ‘do duty and wait for turn’ when it came to activities such as collecting rations. Ever since then, forming a queue has been instilled in the nature of the Brit, and has become an almost humorous characteristic to tourists. Queuing, it’s what the British are renowned for doing and doing very well.

World Nutrition Day

Historical Background:

National Nutrition Week was initiated in March 1973 by the members of the American Dietetic Association (now the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics) to deliver the nutrition education message to the public while promoting the profession of dietetics. In 1980 the public showed great response towards it and the weeklong celebration expanded to become a month-long observance. This year’s theme, celebrates a World of Flavors, embraces global cultures, cuisines and inclusivity, plus showcases the expertise of registered dietitian nutritionists.

In the year 1982 National Nutrition week celebration was started by the Central Government in India. The campaign was started to spread awareness and encourage people as a society to understand the importance of nutrition and adopt a healthy, sustainable lifestyle. We all know that malnutrition is one of the main hurdles in the overall development of a country which is necessary to overcome and curb it National Nutrition Week is celebrated.

Importance of Nutrition:

World Nutrition Day “” is a large scale, worldwide action project designed to reduce disease related malnutrition among hospitalized patients and nursing home residents. The aim of this project is to increase awareness and knowledge regarding disease related malnutrition in hospitalized patients and the elderly.

The importance cannot be stated enough for maintaining the body’s overall health and wellbeing. “New realities mean that we need to look at food and diet in a new way. It’s important to restrict one’s diet without compromising on nutrition.

Nutrition is the practice of consuming and utilizing foods. Food provides our body with energy, protein, essential fats, vitamins, and minerals to live, grow, and function properly. Therefore, a balanced diet is important for good health and well-being. It is said that an unhealthy diet increases the risk of many diet-related diseases.

Good nutrition has many benefits as follows:

 Good nutrition helps to manage a healthy weight, maintains the immune system, and provides energy, delays the effect of aging, reduces the risk of chronic diseases, healthy eating also affects your mood positively; it increases life span and focuses.

Infact the human body requires seven major types of nutrients. All the nutrients don’t provide energy but still are important like water and fiber. Even micronutrients are also important but are required in smaller amounts. The essential organic compounds are vitamins that the body cannot synthesize.


Malnutrition is a physical state of an unbalanced nutrition level. It can be due to undernutrition or overnutrition. Undernutrition can be caused due to a lack of calories, protein, or other nutrients. On the other hand, overnutrition is eating too many calories. Someone eats more calories than their body needs and leads to a malnourished condition.

Maybe they are not eating nutritious food like fruits, vegetables, proteins, whole grains, etc., which can result in vitamin, mineral, or protein deficiencies. Malnutrition especially in young children can lead to stunted growth, developmental delays, and more sickness due to poor immune function. It is important that malnutrition is diagnosed in a timely manner.

Good Nutrition:

“Diet is the essential key to all successful healing. Without a proper balanced diet, the effectiveness of herbal treatment is very limited. Good nutrition will prevent 95 percent of all diseases.”

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