Yoga practices for different blood types based on occi-dental – oriental food habits

  • Authors

    • Balkrishna Acharya Founder, Patanjali institutions , Haridwar, Uttrakhand, India
    • Paran Gowda Professor , Patanjali University Haridwar, Uttrakhand, Haridwar, India
    • Rachna Bhattarai Chairperson rachnaaz educational and charitable trust Chennai
    • Rudra b. Bhandari Asst. Professor, Patanjali University, Haridwar, Uttrakhand, Haridwar, India
    • Kuldeep Singh Head Dental Clinic and Research Centre Patanjali Ayurved Hospital Haridwar Uttrakhand, India
    • Anita Verma Research Scholar, Patanjali University, Haridwar, Uttrakhand, Haridwar, India
  • Blood types, Food habits, Health, Lifestyle, Yoga
  • Objective: The objective of this paper is to bring the relationship between blood types versus Occidental – Oriental Food Habits (OOFH) along with Yoga practices for better public health and wellness.

    Methodology: Sample sizes of 50 persons are selected for the study. Clinical blood type classifications and suitable diet combinations, OOFH items are worked out by trial and error method in a laboratory. A Yoga Wellness scoring card or impact card is developed to measure yoga practices.

    Results: The trial and error method led to innovative development of 10 basic organic food items with 50,000 variations are shown empirically for clinically tested 4 blood groups. Secondly, by using OOFH items, one can maintain a healthy body-mind. Thirdly, yoga wellness card is developed can be used as a health education and communication tool for healthy life style. Lastly, stress related issues are treated with variant juices.

    Conclusions: The study concludes, that a recommended OOFH diet along with Wellness card helps the individuals to maintain a disease free body-mind of clinically classified of blood types. There is a scope for further research work.

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    Acharya, B., Gowda, P., Bhattarai, R., Bhandari, R. b., Singh, K., & Verma, A. (2017). Yoga practices for different blood types based on occi-dental – oriental food habits. International Journal of Health, 5(2), 129-133.