Hmmm....lot of debate over is Ayurveda is useful or LCHF is useful...
Here I remember a nice story of Birbal....
here it goes.....
King Akbar asked his courtiers, “Which is the best weapon?” Some said sword, some spear, while the others opined bows and arrows. Birbal did not say anything.
At the end, the king turned to Birbal and asked for his opinion, “Birbal, which weapon does you feel is the most effective?”
Birbal replied instantly, “Your Majesty, the best weapon is the one that turns out to be useful at the required point of time.”
“What kind of answer was that, Birbal,” asked King Akbar, who was slightly confused.
“Your Majesty, I know that you will not be able to understand the meaning of my answer right now. I need some time to prove myself,” said Birbal.
After few days, Birbal made arrangements to prove his argument. One fine day, he asked King Akbar to have a stroll in the kingdom. Akbar willingly agreed and went out with Birbal. Wandering and talking, they both entered a narrow street. Suddenly they saw a huge, mad elephant heading towards them.
“Oh, my God! A mad elephant!’ Akbar gave an instant reaction, “Birbal, let’s run away from here.”
“But, Your Majesty, this agile elephant is quite likely to overtake us,” explained Birbal.
“God! What shall we do now?” Akbar felt for his sword but then he thought that the sword would be too small for such a gigantic elephant.
Birbal, without wasting a single moment, picked up a stray pup and threw it on the elephant’s trunk. The poor frightened pup grabbed the trunk tightly to prevent itself from falling. The elephant too got confused and started moving backwards. “Majesty, this is the golden opportunity to flee. Come on, let’s run.” Saying this, Birbal got hold of Akbar’s hand and they both safely ran away. Birbal said, “Now tell me, Majesty, in which category of weapons does this pup fall?”
Akbar smiled and said, “I have understood your point, Birbal. Truly, the best weapon is the one that turns out to be useful during the times of adversity.’ Saying this, King Akbar gifted him his precious diamond ring.
We must try ourselves without prejudiced mind....and then reach to conclusion....