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Naturopathy Day observed in Jaipur-based higher education institution
Jagan Nath University, Chaksu campus, Jaipur, celebrated Naturopathy Day (Prakritik Chiktisha Divas) in association with Central Council for Research in Yoga & Naturopathy (An Autonomous Body under Ministry of AYUSH, Govt. of India) on November 18, stated an official release.

The even offered an OPD camp for patients with naturopathy treatment available  on the campus hospital. The Vice Chancellor Prof. M.M. Goel while inaugurating the free check-up camp said that we are making honest efforts to make people of nearby places aware about naturopathy treatment besides providing knowledge of healthy diet which may not be costly.

The Vice Chancellor told that the main aim of Naturopathy Day is to emphasise that food itself is medicine.  The change in our food habits can provide itself the treatment. Prof. Goel also told the positive implications of fasting which comes under preventive and promotive health approach needed today.

Earlier Dr.Sampat formally welcomed  the gathering  including Mrs Aruna Goel, Ms Kumud Sharma, Prof Geeta Mohan,Mrs Pooja Mishra, Mr Sumit Mishra, Mr.Gajinder Singh Sekhawat, Mr Ashish Mishra. Dr. Sampat examined more than 60 patients and prescribed treatment with needed food.

Some additional information on naturopathy is as follows.

According to Ministry of AYUSH, naturopathy is an art and science of healthy living and a drugless system of healing based on well founded philosophy. It has its own concept of health and disease and also principle of treatment. Naturopathy is a very old science, whic has a number of references in our Vedas and other ancient texts.

Naturopathy as a system of use of natural remedies is assumed to help the body heal itself based on the precept of vitalisms. It also incorporated many therapies, including herbs, massage, acupressure, acupuncture, steam bath, mud bath, exercises, and nutritional counseling.

However, the mainstream medical science treats naturopathy as an alternative medicine that employs pseudoscientific practices rather than evidence-based medical procedures.

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