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Tikshna Agni: Pitta Supportive Digestion

Featuring Vaidya Dinesh Gyawali

Wednesday, June 10, 2020, 3:00 - 3:30 pm CT

Vaidya Dinesh Gyawali

Dr. Dinesh Gyawali is a classically trained Vaidya (Ayurvedic Physician) and a research scientist from Nepal. He holds a BAMS (Bachelors of Ayurvedic medicine and Surgery) from Nepal, and a Ph.D. from Maharishi University of Management, Fairfield, Iowa, USA. Over the last 17 years in his career, he has consulted thousands of people, in Nepal, India, Australia, and here in the US. He has been widely published and featured in print and web media. He offers his expertise to the public through media outlets like radio, television, and webinars. Currently, he is an Assistant Professor at Maharishi University of Management where he trains Ayurveda Wellness Consultants and sees patients at the Integrative Wellness Center.

One of the Ayurvedic pillars of health is digestive fire, called agni. When in balance, agni is considered Sama Agni. If digestion becomes too intense or out of balance, it may become Tikshna Agni. In this situation, Pitta’s heating qualities, made up of fire and water, can lead to excessive hunger, thirst, burning sensations, acid reflux, and an inability to tolerate hunger, leading to irritability, “low blood sugar”, or feeling “hangry!”.

Join Vaidya Dinesh Gyawali to learn more about the signs of Tiksha Agni and Ayurvedic tips and dietary recommendations to enliven Sama Agni.

 

The Effects of Digestion on Immunity

Featuring Dr. Kulreet Chaudhary

Wednesday, July 1, 3:00 - 3:30 PM CT

Dr. Kulreet Chaudhary

Kulreet Chaudhary (Integrative Neurologist, Ayurvedic Practitioner, author of The Prime)
A pioneer in the field of Integrative Medicine, Dr. Kulreet Chaudhary’s combined expertise in both modern neurology and Ayurveda has uniquely positioned her as an expert able to pull from a broad base to treat her patients. Dr. Chaudhary is a regular guest on the Dr. Oz show, where her teachings about Ayurvedic medicine have been applauded by a national audience.

When we want to strengthen immunity, the digestive system may not be the first place we think to start. However, in Ayurveda, digestion is considered to be the root of good health, including strong immunity. What we eat, how we eat, and the efficiency of our metabolism can actually determine whether we catch whatever is going around or maintain resilient health.

Join Integrative Neurologist Dr. Kulreet Chaudhary to learn about the deep connection between the health of the microbiome and overall immunity.