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Go vegetarian for good health, says expert

Ramesh Susarla


Curd is a strict ‘no' for treating a majority of ailments, says Vipin Chand

Humans do not need non-veg food, he asserts




useful tips:Children having a look at photographs showing the pros and cons of vegetarianism at Hawa Mahal in Visakhapatnam on Saturday.

VISAKHAPATNAM: People should understand the right combination of food to get rid of all their ailments and food essentially means only Vegetarian food, opined Vipin Chand, a Chennai-based Vegetarianism proponent.

Going round of an exhibition put up by the Mahavir International Visakhapatnam branch at Hawa Mahal, Mr. Vipin Chand an Electrical Instrumentation businessman by profession, now ‘cures' all kinds of chronic diseases -- from helping a man regaining his eye-sight to curing a person from Chattisgarh of psoriasis and cirrhosis.

“I spent Rs.1 crore on getting myself treated at several places in India and all doctors gave up hope, but surprisingly Vipin Chand treated me just by regulating my diet,” the person from Chattisgarh explained. Curd is a strict ‘no' for treating a majority of ailments and “we must know what we should not eat, rather than what we should eat as not all combinations gel well with the individual energy we get during our birth,” Mr Vipin added.

Sooner or later the meaning of food in dictionaries will change to vegetarian food as human beings do not need non-vegetarian food, he asserted and criticised the egg producers for their marketing strategy to label eggs as vegetarian.

“Key factor in the vegetarianism movement is not to hurt any living being and reverse what people who colonised us prior to 1948 tried to promote non-vegetarianism,” he observed.

Flowers and Food Offered with Devotion is the real food and what we can eat, as non-vegetarian is not offered. Do not try any new dish if you want to retain perfect health, he told a gathering of members of Mahavir International.

The Mahavir International Chairman Hemendra Choksi said a massive pro-vegetarian rally would be taken out from Park Hotel on the Beach Road at 4 p.m. with about 4,000 people participating in it.

Another 30 organisations had joined them in their movement, he announced.

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