Dr P Yuvaraj is a dietitian from India also the founder and CEO of the company dietforcure and also the bestselling author.
He have been awarded with best author of the year for the book called SUPREME DIETS FOR SUPER CURE.
It covers the whole gamut of how to cure diseases by proper food habits and regulation of one’s life, without recourse to medical treatment. Not only how to cure diseases it also explains, Why do we get a disease and On what does our total life depends on. The book is based on the theories and fundamentals of natural cure that go to preserve health and vitality and regain these when lost. No one has the power to heal you, neither doctors nor drugs have the power. It is only within you and in the nature around you”
Diet plays a vital role in the maintenance of good health and in the prevention and cure of disease “The right kind of food is the most important single factor in the promotion of health, and the wrong kind of food is the most important single factor in the promotion of disease.” The human body builds up and maintains healthy cells, tissues, glands and organs only with the help of various nutrients. The body cannot perform any of its functions, like metabolic, hormonal, mental, physical or chemical, without specific nutrients. The food which provides these nutrients is one of the most essential factors in building and maintaining health. The other essential factor is that these nutrients must also be appropriately utilised by the body.
Nutrition, which depends on food, is also of utmost importance in the cure of disease. The primary cause of the disease is a weakened organism or lowered resistance in the body, arising from the adoption of a faulty nutritional pattern. There is an elaborate healing mechanism within
the body but it can perform its function only if it is abundantly supplied with all the essential nutritional factors. It is believed that at least 45 chemical components and elements are needed by human cells. An adequate diet must contain each of these 45 substances, called essential nutrients. Two of these nutrients are oxygen and water. The other 43 are classified into five main groups, namely, carbohydrates, fats, proteins, minerals, and vitamins. All 45 of these nutrients are vitally important and they work together. Therefore, the absence of any of them will result in disease and eventually in death.
Research has shown that almost all diseases can be attributed, directly or indirectly, to an undersupply of various nutrients. These deficiencies occur due to various factors, such as the intense processing and refining of foods, the time lag between the harvesting and consumption of vegetables and fruits, the chemicals used in bleaching, flavouring, colouring and preserving foods and the chemical fertilisers, fungicides, insecticides and sprays used for treating the soil. Vitamin losses also occur due to the storage, paring, grating of vegetables, soaking in water and from the heat of cooking.
Apart from nutritional deficiencies, other factors contributing to this are a faulty nutritional pattern, constant overeating, excessive consumption of proteins and the body’s inability to properly digest them and sluggish metabolism. As wrong food habits are the most potent cause of disease, a healthy and balanced diet alone can prevent further accumulation of toxic waste matter in the system, purify vitamin C, which is perhaps the most important vitamin for the preservation of health and prevention of premature ageing. Besides, they are rich sources of minerals and supply the necessary bulk in the diet. They also contain faux ones, the natural substances that play an important role in the rejuvenation of cells and prevention of premature ageing. Sprouted seeds are a good source of vitamin C and A. All seeds and nuts should ideally be eaten raw but those which can be sprouted should be consumed in that form to derive maximum nutritional value. Some grains such as rice, wheat, millet, barley can be cooked in the form of cereals and bread.