Diet and Yogic Practices: Ideal Ways to Kindle Agni and Prevent Lifestyle Disorders

Mangalagowri V Rao

Abstract


The lifestyle disorders are increasing exponentially throughout the world with India as the capital city. Lifestyle modification is the only answer for the prevention and management of this epidemic. Diet or food is the most important component of life. It is responsible for the sustenance of Prana. Conducive food taken in proper amount at proper time helps in maintenance of Agni and enhancement of Ojas, consequently resulting in better health and longevity. Yogic practices undoubtedly help in reduction of stress, along with bringing about harmony of internal and external environment thus helping in physical, mental as well as spiritual wellbeing of an individual. Thus a holistic approach would result in efficient management and prevention of a variety of lifestyle disorders in a cost effective manner without any side effects.


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Diet, Yogic practices, Agni, Lifestyle, Lifestyle disorders

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