Swiggies, Zomatos and Uber Eats are making our homes kitchen less says the Millet Man, DR Khader Vali, a US returned Telugu scientist, who is reversing illness without medicine
Ordering on Amazon may be Amazing. But, convenient foods leads to sickness observes Khader Vali.
You are what you eat says Dr. Khader Vali
Hyderabad, August 30, 2018: Three day, Indian Traditional Healthcare Workshop and Exhibition organsied by Big Marketeers and Department of Ayush, Government of Telangana, concluded on Sunday evening at Hitex, Madhapur. According to Madhavi, the organizers, 20,000 crowd visited the expo in the last three days.
Addressing the gathering on the last day on Sunday on “Mitigation of Modern Diseases: Role of Desi Foods(Siridhanyalu and Kashayalu)”, DR Khader Vali, popularly known as a The Millet Man, a US returned Telugu scientist, who is reversing illness without medicine said Swiggies, Zomatoes and Uber Eats are making our homes kitchen less.
125 years ago there used to be one diabetic in one crore population. Today we have 28 diabetic in every 100 population. What is the change between then and now. It is our food and eating habits. We are what we eat. In this fast faceted world people are preferring convenience food over our traditional food. That is why it is leading them to more sickness.
Also machines, gadgets, gizmos are making us more lethargic. So there is no human effort. That is why we are getting more and more lifestyle diseases. Mobile, Internet, TV are killing sleeping patterns of people If I have power to dictate the world I will switch off electricity by nine in the nights. We need to sleep in the night and work in the day. We are doing reverse.
There is no physical activity so much so that to avoid walking we have even constructed toilets(bed room attached with toilets) in our bedrooms he said.
Ordering on Amazon may be Amazing. But, convenient foods leads to sickness, he informed.
Addressing well over 500 gathering over a three hours, Dr. Khader, who belonged to Kadapa in Andhra Pradesh and now residing in Mysuru, worked as a post doctoral fellow on Environment Science at Beaverton Oregon and as scientist in CFTRI for three years. He gave lot of simple steps to take control of health. You are inchrage of your own health. Don’t put that responsibility into the hands doctors, he said.
“Start eating positive grains (Siridhanya) which our parents used to eat 60 years ago. These include Foxtail (Navane), Barnyard (Oodalu), Kodo (Arka), Little (Saame), Brown top (Korle), fruits and vegetables, palm jaggery (Kappu bella/saate) and use groundnut oil to stay healthy. Positive grains are not just nutritious, they can be grown in dry land and need only 20 cm of rainfall. As high as 60 percent of the available land in India is dry land. So if farmers cultivate positive grains, there can be no drought in the next 50 years,” he reasoned.
The expo was organsied by Hyderabad based BigMarketeer with support from Department of Ayush, Government of Telangana. The expo had 80 exhibitors and 120 stalls. Portable Oxygen Cylinders; Paper made from Cow Dung; Home Crops, Save Grain Bags, Eco-Grills are few highlights of the exhibition.
Oxy 99 displayed Portable Oxygen Cylinders. The 6 litres of IP medical grade 99% pure oxygen helps save many lives said A. Vishwanath. The Cylinder costs Rs 650/-.
Home Crops set up a stall which says, your terrace & balconies are the new farms. Ajay BEERLA of HomeCrops makes it easy to grow toxin free vegetables at home.
Anitha Traders displayed unique metal crafts which are wall hangings. The stall drew lot of visitors attention.
Save Grain Bags are showcased for effective storage of Food Grains, Nuts, Flour, Seeds. They are environmentally friendly and reduce pollution according the promoters.
12 talks are organised in conjunction with the expo. These include: Jungle Farming, Disease Root Cause- Identifying And Correcting By Self; Drugless Cure Sri Manthena Satyanarayana Raju; Mitigation Of Moden Diseases : Role Of Desi Food (Siridhanyalu & Kashayalu by Dr.khader Valli D; Atavi Vyavasayamu (Jungle Farming) A Sustainable Model For Future Generations by Dr.khader Valli D; Proven Cure For Diabetes & Obesity by Sri Manthena Satyanarayana Raju and others.
About twenty thousand visitors are expected to visit the exhibition during the three days of the expo.
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Corporate Comm India(CCI Newswire)