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Veg vs nonveg

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Veg vs nonveg

  1. 1. VEG Vs NON-VEG DIET BY PRANAV KHAWALE BNYS (3rd year)
  2. 2. Overview of the presentation What is vegetarian diet ? Types of vegetarian diet ? What is non-vegetarian diet ? Use of canine teeth Effect on human body systems According to medical science Concept of nutrients Application of vegetarian diet in treatment Effect on panchakosha A spiritual perspective
  3. 3. What is vegetarian diet ? Vegetarian diet includes  plant-based diets (fruits, vegetables, etc.)  with or without the inclusion of dairy products or eggs  with the exclusion of meat
  4. 4. Overview of the presentation What is vegetarian diet ? Types of vegetarian diet ? What is non-vegetarian diet ? Use of canine teeth Effect on human body systems According to medical science Concept of nutrients Application of vegetarian diet in treatment Effect on pancakosha A spiritual perspective
  5. 5. Types of Vegetarians Lacto-OvoVegetarian:  does not eat meat and fish  Eats dairy and egg products OvoVegetarian:  does not eat meat, fish, and dairy products  Eats egg products Lacto Vegetarian:  does not eat meat, fish or eggs  Eats dairy products Vegan:  does not eat any animal products including meat, fish, eggs, dairy and honey5  do not use any animal products such as silk, leather and wool
  6. 6. Advantages of vegetarian foods Easily chewable Easily digestible Vegetarian foods are cheaper than non-vegetarian foods Some vegetables can be eaten raw preventing the loss of nutrients while cooking Vegetarian foods do not contain as much fat as non-vegetarian foods
  7. 7. Overview of the presentation What is vegetarian diet ? Types of vegetarian diet ? What is non-vegetarian diet ? Use of canine teeth Effect on human body systems According to medical science Concept of nutrients Application of vegetarian diet in treatment Effect on pancakosha A spiritual perspective
  8. 8. What is non-vegetarian diet ? Anything that requires animal slaughter Food that is not of plant origin Which includes  Meat  Eggs  Fish  Sea food
  9. 9. Advantages of Non-Vegetarian Rich in protein of high biological value Vit B complex, especially B12 Fish, especially the small varieties are a rich source of calcium Egg-white is good source of protein and easily digested
  10. 10. Overview of the presentation What is vegetarian diet ? Types of vegetarian diet ? What is non-vegetarian diet ? Use of canine teeth Effect on human body systems According to medical science Concept of nutrients Application of vegetarian diet in treatment Effect on pancakosha A spiritual perspective
  11. 11. Use of canine teeth Function of canine teeth for human beings is to tear food Canine teeth for a meat-based diet Just because humans have canines it doesn’t mean that they should eat meat
  12. 12.  Humans are herbivores not a carnivores (According to biologists and anthropologists) (ADA) American diet association
  13. 13. Humans and animals Structure of jaw Teeth Digestive enzyme Length of intestine Nail
  14. 14.  According to a study  It has been observed that the body of non-vegetarian animals contain 10 times more amount of hydrochloric acid than that of vegetarian ones  Human body doesn’t have the same amount of hydrochloric acid
  15. 15. Overview of the presentation What is vegetarian diet ? Types of vegetarian diet ? What is non-vegetarian diet ? Use of canine teeth Effect on human body systems According to medical science Concept of nutrients Application of vegetarian diet in treatment Effect on pancakosha A spiritual perspective
  16. 16. Digestive system
  17. 17. Respiratory system
  18. 18. Excretory system
  19. 19. Musculoskeletal system
  20. 20. Nervous and endocrine system Correlation between Nervous system and endocrine system on diet
  21. 21. Overview of the presentation What is vegetarian diet ? Types of vegetarian diet ? What is non-vegetarian diet ? Use of canine teeth Effect on human body systems According to medical science Concept of nutrients Application of vegetarian diet in treatment Effect on Pancakosha A spiritual perspective
  22. 22. According to the new developments inmedical sciences vegetarian diet is closer to and is more useful for human nature It is more scientific for human body  Because of this, people are now adopting vegetarian diet as part of new life-style  It is a fact that the non-vegetarian diet contains cholesterol and saturated fatty acid
  23. 23. According to the new developments in medicalsciences cont… These are the root cause of problems like  Coronary heart disease  Cerebro-vascular accidents (strokes)  Eye diseases and high blood pressure In a non-vegetarian diet, only 40 % of its content is useful for human body, rest 60 % contains harmful and toxic products Non-vegetarian diet is heavy
  24. 24. Cont… Disease causing organisms  Ex- swine-flu, bird-flu Example, Bovine Spongi cause Encephalopathy and mad cow disease is also a product of consumption of non-vegetarian diet -American Diet Association (ADA)
  25. 25. significantly important difference betweenvegetarian and non-vegetarian diet Vegetarian diet contains dietary fibers whereas non- vegetarian diet is lacking in it Have low incidence of diseases like  Coronary heart diseases  Hiatus hernia  Ca of intestinal tract  Diverticulitis  Piles  Irritable bowel syndrome  Obesity  Dental caries  Diabetes  Gallstones  Constipation
  26. 26. Overview of the presentation What is vegetarian diet ? Types of vegetarian diet ? What is non-vegetarian diet ? Use of canine teeth Effect on human body systems According to medical science Concept of nutrients Application of vegetarian diet in treatment Effect on pancakosha A spiritual perspective
  27. 27. Good Sources of Protein Beans Tofu Egg-white Soymilk Peanut butter and nuts Dairy products
  28. 28. Good Sources of Vitamin C Melons Citrus fruits Pineapple Strawberries Kiwi fruit Broccoli Peppers Tomatoes
  29. 29. Good Sources of Vitamin D Sun light Fortified cereals Fortified soy milk Fortified orange juice Egg yolks Cow’s milk
  30. 30. Good Sources of Vitamin B12 soymilk Nutritional yeast Cow’s milk Eggs
  31. 31. Good Sources of Iron Bread and cereal Whole wheat bread and other whole grains Dried apricots, figs, prunes Leafy green vegetables Tomato juice Beans Nuts Soybeans and tofu
  32. 32. Good Sources of Zinc Soybeans and other beans Whole grains foods like nuts, seeds, fortified ready-to-eat cereals Breads muffins
  33. 33. Good Sources of Calcium Dairy products Green leafy vegetables Calcium fortified orange juice Calcium-fortified soymilk
  34. 34. Good Sources of Magnesium grains whole-grain breads nuts and seeds green leafy vegetables Potatoes Beans Bananas milk
  35. 35. Good Sources of Phosphorus best sources are dairy foods
  36. 36. Good Sources of Potassium Potatoes green leafy vegetables citrus fruits Bananas dried fruits, legumes such as peas and lima beans
  37. 37. Good Sources ofVitamin A Apricots Cantaloupe Mango Pumpkin Butternut squash Sweet potatoes Spinach Carrots
  38. 38. Good Sources of Omega-3 fatty acids Flaxseeds and flaxseed oil Soybeans and soybean oil Tofu Walnuts and walnut oil
  39. 39. Good Sources of Iodine Sea salt Leafy vegetable Plant products Dairy product
  40. 40. Anti-oxidant theory Anti oxidant are the agent which stops the oxidation process Oxidation is the damage caused by the free radicles to muscle tissue, blood vessels and organs, etc Ex vit C
  41. 41. Overview of the presentation What is vegetarian diet ? Types of vegetarian diet ? What is non-vegetarian diet ? Use of canine teeth Effect on human body systems Concept of nutrients Application of vegetarian diet in treatment Effect on pancakosha A spiritual perspective
  42. 42. Cardiovascular: Health Benefits of Vegetarian Diets  Death from ischemic heart disease lower in vegetarians  Heart disease lowest in vegans  Lacto-ovo and vegans lower in blood cholesterol  Vegetarian diets not low fat but lower in saturated fat  higher fiber  higher consumption of soy protein  higher intakes of antioxidants42
  43. 43. Hypertension: Health Benefits of Vegetarian Diets  Lower blood pressure (systolic and diastolic)  Lower rates of hypertension  Possible collective effect of beneficial compounds from plant foods B M Margetts, L J Beilin, R Vandongen, B K Armstrong Vegetarian diet in hypertension: a randomised controlled trial, BMJ,293 : 1468, December 198643
  44. 44. Cancer:Health Benefits of Vegetarian Diets Vegetarians have lower overall cancer rate, not clear what extent is due to diet No differences between vegetarians and nonvegetarians for lung, breast, uterine, or stomach cancer; nonvegetarians do have increased risk for prostate and colorectal cancer Vegetarians have higher fiber intake; higher intake of phytochemicals and isoflavones that have anticancer effects Reduced cancer risk in vegetarians: an analysis of recent reports,. Lanou and Svenson. Cancer Manag Res. 2011
  45. 45. Diabetes:Health Benefits of Vegetarian Diets Diets that are more plant-based reduce risk of type II diabetes Lower Body Mass Index (BMI) of vegetarians and higher fiber intake improve insulin sensitivity David JA Jenkins., et al. Type 2 diabetes and the vegetarian diet. Am J Clin Nutr September 2003
  46. 46. Obesity:Health Benefits of Vegetarian Diets Lower Body Mass Index (BMI) Mean BMI highest in meat eaters and lowest in vegans Vegetarians consume lower animal fat, higher fiber, lower alcohol, greater amounts of vegetables
  47. 47. Kidney Disease:Health Benefits of Vegetarian Diets High intake of dietary protein may worsen existing kidney disease or increase risk in those susceptible Plant foods more beneficial effect on kidney function than animal protein Chronic Kidney Disease and Automatic Reporting of Estimated Glomerular Filtration Rate: A Position Statement,. MJA 2005
  48. 48. Gallstones:Health Benefits of Vegetarian Diets Nonvegetarians more than 2x likely as vegetarians to suffer from gallstones
  49. 49. Diverticular Disease:Health Benefits of Vegetarian Diets Vegetarians 50% as likely to have diverticulitis compared with nonvegetarians Low fiber, high fat diets increase risk Meat intake may increase risk
  50. 50. Overview of the presentation What is vegetarian diet ? Types of vegetarian diet ? What is non-vegetarian diet ? Use of canine teeth Effect on human body systems Concept of nutrients Application of vegetarian diet in treatment Effect on pancakosha A spiritual perspective
  51. 51. 5 layers of existence At a physical level •eating a non-vegetarian diet •there is an increase in Tama component •likely to cause various diseases At a psychological level •increase in the Tama component •increase in thoughts relating to various desires •other taamasik thoughts such as sexual thoughts, greed, anger At a spiritual level • higher proportion of Sattva component in a vegetarian diet • conducive for spiritual practice.
  52. 52. Overview of the presentation What is vegetarian diet ? Types of vegetarian diet ? What is non-vegetarian diet ? Use of canine teeth Effect on human body systems Concept of nutrients Application of vegetarian diet in treatment Effect on pancakosha A spiritual perspective
  53. 53. Bhagavad gita says (Bhagavad Gita ch.17/ Shloka 8)  Foods like juicy, pure ghee, wholesome and pleasing to the heart purifies ones inner being, gives strength, health and happiness and satisfaction are considered to satvik quality of food
  54. 54.  (Bagavad Gita 17/ 9)  Food that are bitter, too sour, salty, hot, pungent, dry and burning are dear to a person of Rajasik nature••• (Bagavad Gita 17/10) Stale, tasteless, decomposed, putrid and leftover food are dear to person of Tamasik nature
  55. 55. A spiritual perspective
  56. 56. --- Dr. H. R. Nagendra,
  57. 57. References Diet and nutrition  By Bakharu Pubmed central  Chronic Kidney Disease and Automatic Reporting of Estimated Glomerular Filtration Rate: A Position Statement,. MJA 2005  David JA Jenkins., et al. Type 2 diabetes and the vegetarian diet. Am J Clin Nutr September 2003  Reduced cancer risk in vegetarians: an analysis of recent reports,. Lanou and Svenson. Cancer Manag Res. 2011  B M Margetts, L J Beilin, R Vandongen, B K Armstrong Vegetarian diet in hypertension: a randomised controlled trial, BMJ,293 : 1468, December 1986 www.wikipedia.com

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