Three elements have a significant impact on human life: food scarcity, health problems, and environmental concerns. Aside from a clean and safe environment, food and health are essential human needs. Human food requirements are rapidly increasing as the world’s population grows at a faster rate. Humans demand food that is both safe and affordable. Several human-related health conditions cause a substantial number of deaths around the world. Noncommunicable and communicable diseases, such as cardiovascular disease, cancer, diabetes, AIDS/HIV, tuberculosis, and malaria, kill millions of people each year.