Secret To Improve Gut Health Naturally With Ayurveda
About this Event
The Secret To Improve Gut Health Naturally With Ayurveda.
Ayurveda, “the science of life,” is recognized as one of the oldest schools of medicine and offers ancient wisdom practical for today’s issues. As a holistic practice, integrating mind, body, and spirit, it offers diet, lifestyle, and healing wisdom that is easy and accessible.
In this workshop, we will explore the basics of Ayurvedic cooking and nutrition covering the six tastes, agni, food combining, digestive issues, and remedies.
Emphasis on gut health, microflora, and probiotics. Learn how your stomach is your second brain and discover new science that is aligning Ayurveda, one of the world’s oldest medicinal systems.
Cooking techniques to aid digestion, balanced nutrition, and cooking as a sacred self-healing act will be our focus. Recipes will be provided. Learn what to eat and not eat for your gut and how to cleanse your intestinal tract!
Do you know that 95% of the body’s serotonin (a neurotransmitter that stabilizes mood) is located in the intestinal lining (gut wall) and only 5% is found in the brain?
Ayurveda understood it well before modern science started talking about the importance of having diversity in the microbiome. The microbes in soil chane each season which helps diversify the flora in the gut so that we are prepared to fend off seasonal flus and other invaders. This is the reason we focus on the seasonal diet in Ayurveda.
What will you learn:
- Foods + herbs good for gut health
- Learn to eat proper foods according to your body type
- Ayurvedic dietary and lifestyle tips for a healthy gut
- Handout for easy reference
- Get healthy with foods, herbs, for your unique body type
Workshop Program Giveaway
- 60 to 90-minute workshop
- Ayurvedic dietary and lifestyle tips
- Recipes/yoga pranayama
- Special Discount On Gut Healing Wellness Program
Refund Policy: 24 hours before the workshop
For any query WhatsApp us on +1 (650) 504-0770 | Mail: [email protected]
Date | 22-11-2020
Day | Sunday
Time | 10.00 a.m. to 12.00 p.m. PST
End Date: 1/16/2021 12 PM , PST