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Prevention Of Heart Disease Discussed At NY Event

Prevention Of Heart Disease Discussed At NY Event

Prevention Of Heart Disease Discussed At NY Event

India-West Staff Reporter

HICKSVILLE, NY – On February 18, at the AsaMai Temple here,  a talk by cardiologist  Bimal Chhajer, was organized by World Vegan Vision in collaboration with the Indian Association of Long Island (IALI) and Sattvic Group Co.

 Chhajer, known for his work in cardiology, shared insights into non-invasive cardiac therapies and their potential impact on heart health. The talk emphasized the revolutionary approach of preventing and reversing heart diseases through mindful choices in diet and lifestyle.

The event emphasized the significance of adopting a plant-based, heart-healthy diet and embracing a lifestyle that supports cardiovascular wellness.

“We are honored to have had Dr. Bimal Chhajer share his expertise with our community. His work has paved the way for a paradigm shift in how we approach heart health,” remarked Rakesh Bhargava, President of World Vegan Vision. “This event aligns with our mission to spread awareness about the benefits of a plant-based lifestyle and its positive impact on cardiovascular health.”

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  • I have been a vegan for about 44 years, therefore, this news interested me. The following information from the website of World Vegan Vision, worldveganvision.org will be relevant to current as well as aspiring vegans.

    The mission of World Vegan Vision is to increase public awareness about the 3 main aspects of Veganism.


    It is now established beyond any doubt that a vegan diet is the key to preventing, curing or managing many diseases. The vegan diet is proven to help with type 2 diabetes, hypertension, obesity, cancer, allergies, lactose, gluten intolerance and many other ailments.

    Animal Rights

    A vegan diet promotes animal rights by not supporting animal agriculture and therefore not participating in the extreme cruelty and animal abuse inherent in the meat, egg and dairy industries.

    Environmental Conservation

    Animal agriculture is largely responsible for destruction of thousands of species of flora and fauna, pollute bodies of water and significantly contribute to green house gases.

    We at World Vegan Vision are committed to organize activities to raise awareness about these issues. We will accomplish our mission via grassroots activism, outreach, social activities, fundraising, education and other means. We will also work in all the areas of the world where we can reach via the internet or physical local presence.

    February 26, 2024

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