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The Diet Hub “You are what you eat”

Across the Globe, we all the 8.5Billion are related to each other as HUMAN. That is why we can donate or accept Organs from anyone, irrespective of Race or Religion. Hence we all are ONE. But the Food One takes decides many things for him or her. Ayurveda adheres to the notion that the food one eats is what determines one’s health and Character, and the Treatment or Solution we seek is not a Medicine but Food. We, at The Diet Hub, strongly believe in the Ayurvedic tradition which treats not the disease but the diseased. We specialise in the Manufacture, Marketing and Distribution of Ayurvedic products and in providing Ayurvedic solutions to chronic diseases. Our Finishing School Initiative is a program to train freshers in the medical profession to write medical prescriptions. This is in tangent with Basic Ayurvedic Principles (as per ancient textbooks) which require new pass-outs in the field of medicine to be specially trained in writing medical prescriptions before practicing. Realizing the demand and dearth for Ayurveda textbooks, we also provide online access to textbooks in Ayurveda for academic and professional needs. Our Doctor Locator (Likely to introduced shortly) will be a helpful tool for Patients and Doctors, to locate the Ayurvedic Physician or Hospital near to them. This will come with a route map, to falicitate correct access. The Diet Hub is a safe, sensible and reliable choice for anyone who believes in the power of Ayurveda and desires a healthy life through healthy food and lifestyle. Through the power of Ayurveda, The Diet Hub serves you to add health to your food and thus to your life which emphasizes our slogan “You are what you eat”. Maintaining a healthy lifestyle often involves moderate or complete elimination of alcohol consumption. Here are some key points to consider when considering the relationship between a healthy lifestyle and alcohol: Moderate consumption: Moderate alcohol consumption for adults can be part of a healthy lifestyle. For example, moderate consumption of red wine is associated with some positive effects on the heart. Risks of abuse: Excessive alcohol consumption can lead to a number of health problems, including liver damage, addiction, depression and other social and medical problems. Effect on weight: Alcohol contains calories that can contribute to weight gain, especially if consumed in large quantities. Sleep and mood: Alcohol can negatively affect sleep quality and mood, even if it is consumed in moderation. Personal choice: Some people choose to avoid alcohol completely as part of their lifestyle, especially if they have a personal or family history of alcohol addiction. Treatment of alcohol and drug addiction is a complex process that requires an individual approach and may include the following components: Detoxification: The first step in the treatment of addiction, aimed at the safe removal of substances from the body. Drug therapy: The use of medications to alleviate withdrawal symptoms, prevent relapses, and treat concomitant disorders. Psychotherapy: Includes individual, group and family sessions aimed at changing behavior and attitudes towards substance use. Supportive Programs: Programs such as Alcoholics Anonymous or Anonymous Drugs provide community and support to maintain sobriety. Rehabilitation centers: Inpatient treatment providing intensive support and structured treatment programs. Alternative methods: May include meditation, yoga, art therapy and other approaches aimed at improving overall well-being. Important: The effectiveness of treatment depends on many factors, including the degree of dependence, the presence of concomitant diseases, as well as motivation and support from the patient and his environment. Treatment of alcohol and drug addiction often involves the use of various medications that help to cope with the physical and psychological aspects of addiction. Here are some drugs that can be used as part of an integrated treatment approach: Naltrexone: Helps reduce cravings for alcohol and opioids. Learn more about the drug and its treatment of addiction on ca.org.za . Acamprosate: Stabilizes the chemical balance in the brain and reduces the desire to drink alcohol. Disulfiram: Causes unpleasant physical reactions when drinking alcohol, which contributes to the rejection of its use. Methadone and buprenorphine: Are used for substitution therapy for opioid addiction, helping to reduce withdrawal symptoms and drug cravings. Vivitrol (naltrexone injection): A long-acting drug that helps prevent relapses in alcohol and opioid addiction. Important: The choice of a specific drug and treatment regimen should be carried out by a doctor based on an individual assessment of the patient's condition.