'Vegetarian kids have a higher IQ'

Vegetarianism is the way to propagate Ahimsa in the country, said Tarachand Dugar, international president of the World Vegetarian Council at the World Vegetarian Day 2013 celebration.

Published: 09th October 2013 12:03 PM  |   Last Updated: 09th October 2013 12:03 PM   |  A+A-

Vegetarianism is the way to propagate Ahimsa in the country, said Tarachand Dugar, international president of the World Vegetarian Council at the World Vegetarian Day 2013 celebration. On this day many events were conducted to promote vegetarianism as a sustainable way of life.

This annual celebration of the World Veg Council which was earlier called The Indian Vegetarian Congress has been conducted for more than 50 years as part of World Veg week, celebrated between October 1 and 7. The council propagates the advantages of a vegetarian way of life in curbing ecological hazards like global warming, climatic distortions and the role of vegetarian food in conserving natural resources like agricultural land and water.

“According to a study conducted by the University of Southampton, it is said that vegetarian kids have a higher IQ than people who eat non-vegetarian food. So we have been promoting this healthy way of living among all sections of people especially youngsters. We don’t force anybody to change, we just tell them what is good about vegetarian food and bad about non-vegetarian, which has converted many of them to pure vegetarians,” said Tarachand.

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