Dr. Pankaj Naram and a New Study; Does High-Fat Food Cause Fatigue?

Wednesday, May 25, 2016 Diet & Nutrition News J E 4

NEW YORK, May 25, 2016 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Eating too much fatty food can lead to severe sleepiness during the day, according to a new study published in the journal Nutrients. Dr. Pankaj Naram, Master Healer, notes that as this study purports, his understanding shared with him by the ancient masters of Siddha-Veda agree that the food we eat can have an impact on every aspect of our body, mind and emotions. The recent study looked at the eating habits of nearly 2,000 men, all of whom had filled out detailed logs of the foods they ate each day. The logs also contained information about how the men felt throughout the day.

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Based on the information in the log books, experts were able to determine that those who consumed high levels of fat tended to be rather sleepy, even at times when most people would not be fatigued. Master Healer Dr. Pankaj Naram, an expert in Siddha Veda medicine, highlights the results of studies like this for informational purposes.

The study controlled for major physical parameters like weight, smoking, alcohol consumption, exercise habits, medication, depression and other factors. Researchers were surprised to note that based upon fat intake alone, subjects were as much as 78 percent more apt to suffer from daytime fatigue and nearly three times as likely to face sleep apnea.

Dr. Pankaj Naram says that one of the most important factors in anyones quality of health is their quality of sleep. He points out that people can become aware of the research that is going on in the field of sleep habits. Dr Pankaj Naram also shares that Siddha-Veda contains many secrets, like rubbing ghee on your temples 6 times before bed, which can make a big impact in the quality of a person's sleep. "I had a  master who lived to 125 years, who had a master that lived to 145 years. What were they doing that we are not doing, and what are we doing that they were not doing?" Dr Pankaj Naram asks. One big aspect of their health and longevity was knowing ancient secrets for improving sleep. While experts are not certain what mechanism controls the desire for daytime sleep, there seems to be a clear indication that diet has a pronounced effect on fatigue. Especially as it pertains to fat intake, sleep seems to be somehow connected to the amount of fat in the body's metabolism at any given time.

For many years, experts have had a "sleep model" for human beings that partially explained the times and durations of sleep bouts. Key factors included diet, circadian rhythm, meal timing and genetics. This newest round of research seems to indicate that diet is a more important part of the model than had been previously assumed. Dr Pankaj Naram says that this was known for thousands of years, and the secrets for excellent sleep and secrets for what diet leads to optimum health were written down in the 2,500+ year old scriptures that were passed down to him from his master. Other studies are currently underway to determine more about the sleep mechanism in the human brain.

Dr. Pankaj Naram has worked with famous people as well as the destitute. His work with Mother Teresa, the Dalai Lama and Nelson Mandela is well known, as is his loyalty to the poorest people of India who usually have nowhere else to turn when they need help. Master Healer Pankaj Naram is a recognized expert in pulse reading and the treatment of dozens of physical and mental problems.

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