MY PHILOSOPHY: As a Counselor, Coach and Ayurvedic Consultant I approach the therapeutic process from a holistic view point. I believe that the integration of the body, mind and spirit is an essential expression of personal health. Many of today’s Mental, Physical and Social Illnesses stem from a lack of integration-disintegration, resulting in persons dissociated from themselves,the community and the environment. My focus will be on the whole person, with special emphasis on how the mind is connected directly to the body and how a person thinks, feels and acts. Emphasis will be on wellness, with symptoms seen as calls to self-realization. I assure you that my services will be rendered in a professional manner consistent with accepted ethical standards.
Too much junk food, fizzy drinks, or even leafy veggies can release excess HCL in the stomach and cause ulcers. Nausea, heartburn, headache, loose motions are common symptoms of hyperacidity. To avoid, eat timely and small meals, with fresh seasonal foods and less of spice and oil. Drink licorice tea to relieve acid reflux. Sleep 2–3 hrs after a meal. Practice yoga.
Raw foods like fruits, nuts and vegetables have been a part of our diet since ages because they are naturally tasty and healthy. They are satiating, so less is more. They are gentle on the digestive system and reduce heartburn, gas, indigestion and constipation. Lower number of free radicals lowers your risk of cancer. To top it, they are also easy to prepare and clean up after!
According to Ayurveda, every food has an innate potency, hot or cold, that plays a key role in its impact on the body. Foods like onions, tomatoes, ginger, peppers, mustard and ghee are hot. They improve digestion and circulation. Foods like asparagus, melons, coconut, cauliflower, pumpkin and most sweet fruits are cold. They provide nourishment and strength.