Can diet and lifestyle factors and geomagnetic forces predispose aggression?

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  • Sara Sarrafi Zadeh
  • Abolfazl Pahlevanlo
  • Narges Gohari Rad
  • Jalili, Mahsa
  • Ram B. Singh
  • Annieszka Wilczynska
  • Fabien de Meester
  • Douglas Wilson

Geomagnetic forces such as solar activity do predict societal unrests. On the other hand, socio-environmental factors including diet, physical and mental activities, tobacco and alcohol consumption predict risks of developing inflammatory degenerative chronic diseases. Socio-political turmoil, possibly extending to terrorism, should seek rest in the prevention of those ramping diseases. Re-balancing tissue omega-6/3 fatty acids through diet, in conjunction with regular practice of meditation, pranayam and yogasan, do improve resistance to chronic ill-health affecting body and mind. At large and term, good physical, mental, spiritual and social health can possibly counteract geomagnetic forces and help avoiding conflicts among populations and subpopulation groups.

Original languageEnglish
JournalOpen Nutraceuticals Journal
Pages (from-to)176-179
Number of pages4
Publication statusPublished - 2011

    Research areas

  • Body & mind health, Geomagnetic forces, Homo economicus, Tissue inflammation

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