Saturday 29th September 2012
Happy Birthday Keki Sidhwa!
29th September 2012
Keki Sidhwa, ND, DO, DNH, a physician, vegan, natural health writer, and poet, is celebrating 60 years as the best known exponent of Natural Hygiene in the United Kingdom, during which time he has helped over 25,000 people overcome their ailments by fasting and following a hygienic life style.|
Veggies are delighted to have been asked to repeat the buffet provided for Dr Sidhwa's 80th Birthday in 2006, and we look forward to celebrating his 90th Birthday in 2016.
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At http://www.drsidhwa.com/ Dr. Sidhwa states that "The natural diet of man is basically a total vegetarian diet. Man is not a flesh eating animal according to comparative anatomy and physiology, although he has over centuries adapted himself to eat flesh foods.
"Biologically being in the same class as the primates and the big apes like gorillas. Ideally man should eschew all flesh foods at least. If dairy products and eggs are taken they should not be more than 1-2% of the total diet.
"Those who are not able to partake of a total raw diet of fresh fruits, fresh raw vegetables, nuts and seeds should see that at least 70-85% of their total diet is composed of raw fruits and vegetables, nuts and seeds or other protein food 10% and the remaining percentage as complex carbohydrates lettuce composed of cooked whole grains and their products, steamed green vegetables and finally some steamed starchy vegetables as potatoes, yams, beetroot, carrots, parsnips, turnips etc."
Read more about why he believes that vegetarianism is not enough - for good health. ...here...
for the 86th Birthday of Dr Keki Sidhwa.
Individual vegetable pies
Mushroom vol au vents
Humous, Falafel and wholemeal pitta bread
Grated carrot and beetroot salad
Romaine or little gem lettuce, cucumber and cherry tomatoes salad
Salad dressing (separate)
Carrot cake with Swedish glace soya icecream
This time the celebrations will be held at the Holy Trinity Community & Partnership Centre, Boundary Road, Newark, Notts NG24 4AU
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