Enhancing Health & Immunity with Dr. Jay [Episode #347]
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I am so excited to have a very special guest, Parla Jayagopal, B.A.M.S – or Dr. Jay as many know him here on the podcast, who is a renowned Ayurvedic professor and physician. Listen in as Dr. Jay and I talk about warming spices we can add to our daily routines and rituals that will help improve everything from our digestion to building our immunity during the colder months.
Nourishing spices we can use during the winter months….
How adding the right spices is important with proper food combining…
Facts when combining black pepper with other spice combinations and how it improves digestion…
Why avoiding garlic and onion may be a better health choice for you…
Dr. Jay and I share some warming spices for our daily elixir recipes…
Ways to keep our immunity and circulation at its best, using spices…
How toxins affect our personality and our brains…
Essential practices that are impactful for a more vibrant life…
About Parla Jayagopal, B.A.M.S.
Dr. Parla S Jayagopal BAMS, MD (Ayurveda), MAOM (C)—or Doctor Jay as we affectionately call him—received his Bachelor’s degree in Ayurvedic medicine and surgery (BAMS) after completing five and a half years of training from Bangalore University. He also pursued three years of education to receive Masters degree in Ayurvedic herbology from Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences. Bangalore.
In addition to his twelve years of clinical experience, Dr. Jayagopal has traveled to Europe and Japan to propagate the science of Ayurveda. Currently he is teaching as chair and associate Prof. dept. of Ayurveda at American University of Complementary Medicine.
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Want to know what to expect from other episodes of the “Feel Good Podcast with Kimberly Snyder”? My passion is to inspire and empower you to be your most authentic and beautiful self. We offer interviews with top experts, my personal philosophies and experiences, as well as answers to community-based questions, around topics such as health, beauty, nutrition, yoga, spirituality and personal growth. The intention of the Feel Good Podcast is to well…help you really Feel Good in your body, mind and spirit! Feeling Good means feeling peaceful, energized, whole, uniquely beautiful, confident and joyful, right in the midst of your perfectly imperfect life. This podcast is as informative and full of practical tips and take-aways as it is inspirational. I am here to support you in being your very best! Thank you for tuning in :). Love and gratitude. xx
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