Sarbananda Sononwal urges young people to adopt a healthy lifestyle and a balanced diet
Union Minister Ayush Sarbananda Sononwal on Saturday urged Indian youth to adopt a healthy lifestyle and a healthy and balanced diet. He said it was important for young minds to be oriented to the Ayush system to help them become healthier and stronger. Addressing a “HamaaraAyushHamaaraSwasthya” webinar for high school and college students, Sononwal said, “When we are healthy and balanced, we are able to achieve our dreams and share our responsibility as a part. of the society. The Ayush System talks a lot about the diet rule for maintaining health. “
According to a press release from the AYUSH Ministry, the webinar was the sixth in a series of events organized by the Ayush Ministry as part of the one-year programs under the “Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav” organized by the Indian government to commemorate the 75th anniversary of Indian Independence in August 2022. Asking students to give up unhealthy diets, Sonowal added that all of us know the impact of fast food on health. “The Ayush system advocates a balanced diet which is beneficial and maintains the individual in good health,” he added.
In addition, the statement said that students from more than 7,500 schools and universities connected to the webinar on Saturday. Over the next year, Ayush’s ministry aims to connect with students from 75,000 educational institutions through a series of lectures and distribute IEC materials. In his speech, Ayush State Minister Dr Munjpara Mahendrabhai said that today’s fast-paced social norms keep young people disconnected from nature. “The Ayush systems have advocated a number of simple practices that can help us reconnect with our authentic selves,” he said.
Dr Munjpara added that education plays a vital role in saving spirits. “Our traditional healing systems are widely accepted around the world and our traditional health system is fully functional.” (ANI)
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