Effectiveness of homoeopathy in the prevention of nutritional problems in public health: A review
Author(s): Dr. Jyotirmai B Janbow
Abstract: Nutritional problems are major issues in public health caused by either deficiency in the intake or excessive consumption, along with social causes like contamination of food or food intoxications or accidental food poisoning. Homoeopathic approach for nutritional problems in public health can be prevented and managed effectively by Primary prevention with general nutritional Preventive measures along with anti-miasmatic remedies and control of worm infestations, Secondary prevention is Curative by giving Homoeopathic indicated individualized remedy and tissue salts along with treating respiratory and diarrheal diseases which are major causes in malnutrition. Tertiary prevention is Rehabilitative it will be with proper food supplements and may need palliative Homoeopathic treatment. In this article, repertory, literature, and some article review has been done the result showed Nutritional problems in Public Health can be prevented and managed effectively with Homoeopathy.