Mayrhofer as well as Dumot suggest the root word may be han which means kill, which leads to the interpretation that ahimsa means do not kill.
Schmidt as well as Bodewitz explain the proper root word is hiṃs and the Sanskrit verb hinasti, which leads to the interpretation ahimsa means do not injure, or do not hurt.
Raw coconut is rich in dietary fiber, with one cup of shredded meat yielding 7 grams, according to the USDA National Nutrient Database.
As the April 2009 issue of "Nutrition Reviews" explains, diets rich in fiber can boost health by normalizing bowel movements, reducing your risk of hemorrhoids, preventing blood sugar swings, lowering blood pressure, providing long-lasting satiation that discourages overeating, protecting against diabetes and even boost your immune system.
With a history dating back thousands of years in the western Pacific, coconut has served a pivotal role as a food source in tropical regions, Plant Cultures explains.
Non-injury implies not killing others, as well as not hurting others mentally or verbally; it includes avoiding all violent means—including physical violence—anything that injures others.
Daniel Kottke was once a good friend of Steve Jobs.
In college, the two friends experimented with LSD together, but as one of Apple’s earliest employees, Kottke’s friendship with Jobs crumbled when the tech visionary refused to give his friend any stock in the company.
In addition to their metabolism-boosting properties, medium-chain triglycerides may curb hunger more effectively than other forms of fat, leading to a lower calorie intake over time.
As a result, the specific fats in raw coconut may promote a healthy body weight and help you shed unwanted pounds.
Raw coconut is rich in medium-chain triglycerides, a type of dietary fat that may encourage weight loss.