natural immunity boosters are more effective than medicinal booster


Union Minister Dr. Jitendra Singh today said that natural immunity boosters are more effective than medicinal boosters , he is a life savior of the prestigious RSSDI (Research Society for Study of Diabetes in India) as well as former Professor of Diabetes and Medicine. are also. Referring to several studies that have been published in the world's leading medical journals over the past two decades , he said that even though vitamins and immunity booster pills are prescribed in allopathy, the overall estimate is that even if the patient is given vitamin supplements, And while giving anti-oxidant pills or capsules may be appropriate, natural sources of vitamins and antioxidants may prove to be more reliable and effective.

Delivering the keynote address at the Seminar on "Safe Food Today for a Healthy Tomorrow" organized by PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry on the occasion of World Food Safety Day , 2021 as the Chief Guest , Dr. Jitendra Singh said that boosting immunity The concept of management of diseases through remedial measures , especially of infectious diseases , has been an inherent part of medical management in India , especially before the advent of antibiotics and antimicrobials , which physicians were then aware of. When the first antibiotic , namely penicillin , was obtained in the late 1940s .

He said that in a country like India, 20 in the first half of the century was rampant tuberculosis extensively and streptomycin and other tuberculosis antifungal drugs in 1950 before it is available at the beginning of the decade , was the mainstay sanatorium management of treatment of tuberculosis  , which is a Clear , healthy , open and well ventilated environment , hygienic conditions , healthy diet , all aimed at boosting the body's immunity to fight infection. 

natural immunity boosters are more effective than medicinal booster

Dr. Jitendra Singh said that only in the last few decades, when non-communicable and metabolic diseases took hold , the focus on treating infections through medicinal and non-pharmacological regimens was very less , but the unprecedented number of COVID-19 It has been revived after the advent of the pandemic , which has engulfed the whole world. Although the COVID pandemic has created more awareness and curiosity to understand the principles of diet , he said that one of the characteristics of oriental society has been that food and food habits were never given priority and there were many variations on it. Myths were also circulated from time to time.

Said received more than three decades his clinical experiences based on Dr. Singh, for example , a popular myth about diabetes is that it is completely forbidden to carbohydrate intake , but in reality it It is suggested that for any person , whether suffering from diabetes or not , carbohydrates should account for about 60% of the total intake of a balanced diet in 24 hours as they are the source of energy in the body and the pancreas to produce insulin. also encourage. He said , however , which one to choose between different categories of carbohydrates such as simple carbohydrates or complex carbohydrates or others ,It should be done by the doctor on the basis of each person's health status , body weight , level of physical activity etc.

He said that today , Kovid during the epidemic , good nutrition for every citizen , to understand their effects on foodstuffs and of the immune system and then become very important to be mindful. He said that nutritious and safe food enhances the immunity of the body which helps in fighting diseases and hence efforts should be made to keep the food safe and healthy at each stage of the food chain.

Dr. Jitendra Singh said that the North-East region of the country , having about 80 percent rural population as well as being one of the most bio-diverse regions of the world , is engaged in agriculture and allied activities. He said the Ministry of Rural Development (donor) , is too much effort to promote sustainable development in the region.

Dr. Jitendra Singh informed that Manipur and Meghalaya have recently been declared as the top two small states in India for ensuring food security in 2019-20 by the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) Jnvri 20l6 in , Sikkim became the first "organic" state of India. 

The Ambassador of Argentina, Mr. Hugo Xavier Gobbi, in his address said that his country is fully cooperating with India on all issues including food security and security under South-South Cooperation.

On this occasion the Vice Chancellor of NECU , Dr. Darlando Khathing , President of PHDCCI , Sanjay Agarwal President and Chairman , Consumer Affairs of PHDCCI , Prof. Bejon Kumar Mishra also addressed the gathering.

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