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3.Meat, poultry and fish should, as a general rule, be only eatenonce a week. One can give these up for long periods withoutproblems.4.The proportion of fat in food should be not more than 20-30per cent. Animal fat should be avoided as much as possible.Instead, plant fats (unsaturated oils] should be used.5.The more natural the food is[ this means notindustrially prefabricated], the better it is.6.You should live completely, or almost completely, withoutsugar. General rule: use no more sugar than salt.7.Drink plenty: Water or herb teas are ideal drinks.223PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version
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The VIBGYOR method is a system formulated to helpstudents make as well as learn condensed notes is a systematicway. This method is not only a scientific approach but it alsohas advantages-a)It helps to arrange systematic notesb)It helps in easy recallc)It is easy to revised)It helps in longer retentione)It helps in making condensed notesThe Principle of VIBGYOR methodHuman mind always learns better in terms of colour andcolourful things can be easily recalled also. Keeping this is mindthe VIBGYOR technique has been designed to help in effectivelearning.Now let us see how the system functions. Have a look at theVIBGYORchart. It comprises of 7 sections, since our brainlearns in chunks of 7. Each section represents a particular colourof the rainbow, namely violet, indigo, blue, green, yellow, orangeand red. Let us take a paragraph of history that deals with theNeolithic age.Neolithic Age (8,000 BC – 4,000 BC)Polished tools-In the course of centuries, man entered anotherperiod of development-the New Stone Age or Neolithic Age. Inthis age, quartizite, the chief material of the Old Stone Age,was largely replaced by ‘trap’ rock or basalt. Which had finegrains and contained some iron ore. They new tools made formbasalt were harder, and stronger. They were groved, groundand polished. Polished tools have been found in large numbersin different parts of India including Kashmir, Bengal, Asaam,Orissa, central India, Deccan peninsula and at site south of theGodavari river.As man settled down to an agricultural way of life, he had toimprove his tools to make them suitable for cultivation. Stone226VIBGYOR METHOD FOR LONGTHEORIESPDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version
tools were polished and given different shapes, which continueto this day. He made stone blades, sickles, etc. for harvestingand axes for cutting trees. Man also used bones to make needlesand spindles.Animal husbandry and agriculture-Animal husbandry meansthe keeping of domesticated animals like cattle, sheep, etc.