Mysore

‘Sathvik’ food

“When mind is diverted towards God, the thought pattern will change towards positivity. Explaining that pure mind requires pure food, she advocated consumption of ‘sathvik’ food for gaining better health. She added that the quality of thoughts of the person who prepares the food can influence the preparation which in turn will have a bearing on the wellbeing of the person who consumes it,” she pointed out.

 DGM, NSPCL, Bhilai, Arun K Sahoo; Professor and Head, Department of Food and Nutrition, University of Mysore, Dr Asna Urooj and senior dedicated Sister, Brahma Kumaris, Mandya, B K Sharadaji also spoke on the occasion.

 About 150 scientist delegates from various organisations participated in the seminar. Chief scientist, CFTRI, Mysuru, Dr Renu Agarwal; former Principal, RIMSE, Mysuru, Dr. A R Seetharam; former Deputy Director, CFTRI, Mysuru, Dr Geetha Seetharam and others were present.

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