LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
- 03 Jun - 09 Jun, 2023
The Soul is the voice of the body's interests – George Santayana
People no longer pay attention to their body when eating, instead basing their decisions on technological and social media marketing. Our current generation is heavily constrained by the large hoardings. The major problem is that individuals consume preserved foods, which impair their ability to breathe, think clearly, and perceive smells. Heart attack, diabetes, skin disorders, and other health concerns are brought on by poor dietary choices. If you drink a lot of water at once, it won't completely enter your system; instead, the body will choose how much to absorb and how much to excrete. Eating foods with a high water content, such as fruits and vegetables, is one solution. People who routinely drink coffee or tea may feel dull since these beverages are potent nerve stimulants. Energy is released randomly, which disturbs the fundamental structure of how energy is stored in the system. Three or four cups of coffee can cause heart attacks, according to research. Since the majority of the digestive process occurs between acids and alkalines, combining two or more things that function in opposition to one another decreases digestive fire and can result in a number of disorders. For instance, eating meat by itself may not do much harm, but when combined with ghee or rice, the immune system goes to war. Similar to this, people shouldn't drink any water before, during, or after eating. Our situation is a result of our sedentary lifestyle. By eating the proper meals at the right times and engaging in physical activity, people can shift their consumption patterns.
The world is currently facing a number of novel threats, including economic hardship, food insecurity, and climate change. Since countries must cooperate to overcome these obstacles, no country can address these problems on its own. But nations can only come to an agreement if they put aside their pro-war ideologies and focus their efforts on helping their citizens. It would be wise to follow the example set by the European Union (EU), which unites their economies and politics. After suffering severe destruction as a result of internal conflict during the two World Wars, the European nations learned to live in peace. The constantly improving rankings of European nations on metrics of economic and human development show the success of the integration. The least interconnected region of South Asia can learn from the EU's example. The nations in the area, particularly Pakistan and India, should understand that working together is preferable to harbouring enmities. High levels of poverty are seen in both nations. If the two nations agree to live in peace, they may cut back on their defence spending and redirect it to investing in human capital. The potential for trade has also been limited by the ingrained mistrust. The entry of Prime Minister Modi hindered the peace chances brought about by the Lahore Declaration in 1998 and afterwards the 4-point formula under Musharraf's administration. The shifting geopolitical dynamics around the world should serve as a lesson for both nations. Saudi Arabia and Iran are resolved to mending bilateral ties after realising the futility of ongoing rivalry. Similar to how the US and China have maintained a careful balance in their bilateral relations amid acrimonious tensions.