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AyurVeda: The Science of Life

AyurVeda: The Science of Life

By Vaidya Dr. Rajiv Kumar The Sanskrit term “Ayurveda” translates into English as “Science of Life”. It is an ancient spiritual and natural healing system that is many thousands of years old, which originated in the Indus-Kush Valley where the ancient land of “Bharata” or “Bharat” is located; it was later named “India” by Greeks. […]

Perfecting weight

Perfecting weight

 

Perfecting weight



Millions of Americans are trying to lose weight, spending billions of dollars a year on diet programs and products. People are losing 20-30 pounds in a few months and feeling good. But within a few years later, find that nearly all have regained whatever weight they lost. Why can’t millions of people who are on a diet program, lose weight permanently? Why is there so much variation in gaining or losing weight? Obesity has become a crucial health problem.



Excess amount of body fat is obesity. As we all know obese persons are at increased risk to many more health conditions than the normal person. They are more prone to chronic diseases like high blood pressure, stroke, heart diseases, diabetes, arthritis, liver diseases, gall stones, gout, infertility, and many more. Fat is an essential component to our body and is termed as “Med” in Ayurveda. It keeps the body well nourished, causes sweating, stores energy, and nourishes the bone tissue.

About the writer: Dr. Beena Vesikar

Dr Beena Vesikar holds Masters Degree (M.D.) in Ayurvedic Medicine. She received an excellence award for her work in Ayurvedic disease management. She taught in Ayurvedic colleges in India and worked in Hospital as chief medical officer. She is dedicated to spreading the knowledge of Ayurveda around the community and has published many articles in various magazines for this purpose. She can be reached at; 248-888-9028

Know your Body-Mind Imbalances – Vikruti.

Know your Body-Mind Imbalances – Vikruti.


The term Prakruti is a Sanskrit word that literally means, ‘nature,’ or ‘basic trait’. The combination of Vata, Pitta, and Kapha which is present in the individual at the time of conception is maintained throughout his lifetime. Different persons can have different combinations of Vata, Pitta and Kapha as their basic constitution or Prakruti. That is why two people react differently when exposed to a similar situation. Thus, according to Ayurveda everyone is unique and each one of them has a distinct body constitution, which is totally different from each other.

About the writer: Dr. Beena Vesikar

Dr Beena Vesikar holds Masters Degree (M.D.) in Ayurvedic Medicine. She received an excellence award for her work in Ayurvedic disease management. She taught in Ayurvedic colleges in India and worked in Hospital as chief medical officer. She is dedicated to spreading the knowledge of Ayurveda around the community and has published many articles in various magazines for this purpose. She can be reached at; 248-888-9028