prevention verses hospitalizations and/or emergency care., Dr.Abhay Kumar Pati, D.Sc
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HAYWARD, Calif. - Californer -- The importance of prevention verses  hospitalizations and/or emergency care.

Dr. Abhay Kumar Pati

Ayurvedic Physician, Researcher, Scientist and Author

Government agencies all over the world must include the importance of teaching the public on the benefits of a proper diet, nutritional supplements, medicinal plants, functional food, including eating vegetables, and traditional medicine (i.e. Ayurveda  & Chinese) as well physical exercise (such as yoga etc).

Ayurvedic medicine  is the mother of medical sciences, originating in India.  Government and private companies are always building emergency hospital care systems everywhere to make a  big profit.  However,  they are not focusing on prevention that would lessen the suffering of patients from health problems.  Perhaps prevention is not a good profitable business for the Government or private entities.

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The emergency care system and hospitalizations are expensive which is a big monetary business for  global pharma companies, doctors and hospitals.

A large number of people suffer from diabetes,  obesity,  hypertension, arthritis  and many other health problems after the age of 50, due to their unhealthy eating habits.  Sugar, Salt and saturated cooking oil are the causative factors of many health problems.  Sixty percent of our health problems could be prevented, treated and cured with improved food choices and physical exercise.

If you have been feeling unusually sluggish and weak or cannot seem to stay awake during the day, you may be wondering if you are getting enough of your essential nutrients. A big one to watch is Vitamin B12, especially if you follow a plant based vegetarian diet.  While you can not  get sufficient  Vitamin B12 from food, you can also get your recommended dosage by having one of the best  B12 supplements

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Also known as cobalamin, think of Vitamin B12 as well other B Vitamins and minerals  as well as nutritional supplements. Vegetables and protein (like fish and chicken) are fuel for your engine—it plays essential roles in energy production within your body.

"Leave your drugs in the chemist's pot if you can heal your patient with food," said the Greek physician Hippocrates, the father of modern medicine.

We can use our own kitchen as a pharmacy, letting the food we eat be the first line of defense against many health problems, like chronic pain, diabetes, hypertension  and inflammation. Learning how to use a variety of fresh foods and specific spices to create your own kitchen as a  pharmacy—the perfect recipe for vibrant  & healthy living.
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