Five Factors of Health

A single factor may be a biased view for the cause of a disease.

Several factors contribute to health is the Eternal Truth.

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   Uni5   Eternal  and  Universal
 Health Style
Five Levels
1 2 3 4 5
Elements Earth Water Fire Air Space

Energy

Process

Stabilization

Nourishing

Transformation

De-Toxification

Interaction

communication

Localization

Connection

Expansion

Unification

Internal Body Mind Intelligence Awareness Consciousness
External Food Water Heat Air Space
Health

Whole foods

Herbs

Juice Therapy

Liver Tonic chutneys

Cleansing

Water Therapy

Castor Oil

Gall Nut

Exercise for lymph circulation for health and immunity like Yoga, walking, Suryanamaskar

Breathing

Relaxation

Laugh Therapy

Food Proteins Carbohydrates Fats Vitamins Phyto-Nutrients
Food Type Fiber Rich Well chewed food Balanced foods Vegetarian Live fermented foods
Mind- External
Acceptance Yoga

Meditation

Uni5 Meditation

PB Meditation

Increase SAL Energy
 Mind- Internal Transform Anger to helping nature Cleanse Out meaness with charity Cleanse out Pride with serving attitude Cleanse out Jealousy with compassion
Intelligence     Unbiased outlook - Seek the Unchanging Truth Embracing all beliefs - understand the results of action done under personal beliefs Forgiveness - Forgive and Forget to Give and Get
Awareness       Eco-friendliness - We are all connected in and out. So polluting nature is inturn polluting ourself Conservation of Energy - Avoid wastage of all forms of Energy, because inturn it is our own SAL Energy
Consciousness         Unconditional Love - The only Reality of this Universe

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Maruppathu udal noi marundhu enalakum (A medicine is one that give physiological effects)
Maruppathu ula noi marundhu enalakum (A medicine is one that give psychological effects)
Maruppathu ini noi varathiruppa ( A medicine is one that ensures prevention of diseases)
Maruppathu savai marundhu enalakum. (A medicine is one that ultimately grants Immortality)
-  Thirumoolar in Thirumanthiram (800 BC)

 

Finally One Research showing many causes and not one cause of disease - in body-level-----

 

 

-In the United States and most Western countries, diet-related chronic diseases represent the single largest cause of morbidity
and mortality. These diseases are epidemic in contemporary Westernized populations and typically afflict 50 – 65% of the
adult population, yet they are rare or nonexistent in huntergatherers and other less Westernized people. Although both scientists and lay people alike may frequently identify a single dietary element as the cause of chronic disease (eg, saturated fat causes heart disease and salt causes high blood pressure), evidence gleaned overthe past 3 decades nowindicatesthat virtually all so-called diseases of civilization have multifactorial dietary  elements that underlie their etiology, along with other environmental
agents and genetic susceptibility. Coronary heart disease, for instance, does not arise simply from excessive saturated fat in
the diet but rather from a complex interaction of multiple nutritional factors directly linked to the excessive consumption of
novel Neolithic and Industrial era foods (dairy products, cereals, refined cereals, refined sugars, refined vegetable oils, fatty
meats, salt, and combinations of these foods). These foods, in turn, adversely influence proximate nutritional factors, which
universally underlie or exacerbate virtually all chronic diseases of civilization:

1) glycemic load,

2) fatty acid composition,

3)macronutrient composition,

4) micronutrient density,

5) acidbase balance,

6) sodium-potassium ratio, and

7) fiber content.
However, the ultimate factor underlying diseases of civilization is the collision of our ancient genome with the new conditions of
life in affluent nations, including the nutritional qualities of recently introduced foods.

 

source- Loren Cordain, S Boyd Eaton, Anthony Sebastian, Neil Mann, Staffan Lindeberg, Bruce A Watkins, James H O’Keefe, and Janette Brand-Miller Origins and evolution of the Western diet: health implications for the
21st century1,2 Am J Clin Nutr 2005;81:341–54. Printed in USA. :copyright: 2005