Nature Life International will conduct a Vegetarian Meet at Ernakulam Town Hall on March 11 to discuss about how to live without diseases.
Naturopathy therapist, founder and director of seven non-profit Nature Life Hospitals in Kerala, Dr Jacob Vadakkanchery will deliver the keynote address on ‘Vegetarian and Life Without Diseases’. Dr M P Mathai will preside over the function. Dr Gopalakrishnan, Khadeeja Varghese, Mujeeb Kokkoor and Fr Sabu Isaac will speak.
Vegetarin food is supported not only by Hindfus, but also by all other religions including Christians and Muslims. Naturpathy could cure all diseases through vegetarian foods which cannot be done by meat.
People could be led to vegetarian food through health consciousness. Nature Life makes people to live without any diseases. Naturopathy helps to prevent diseases like diabetes, blood pressure and heart diseases. The meet will discuss about how healthy foods could prevent diseases.
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