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Originally appearing in the Japanese publication Lequio, in volume 25 on the 9th of November 2017. This article was written by Yoko Nema, an Ayurvedic Practitioner of Medicine and the President of The Asvini Ayurveda School in Japan. The article consequently was about the happenings in a day at the Indus Valley Ayurvedic Centre in Mysore, India.

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Indus Valley Ayurvedic Centre

Furthermore, the article featured Dr. Belaku, a Senior Ayurveda consultant from our very own Indus Valley Ayurveda Centre. So, in her own words, Yoko Nema wrote the article to educate the world how Ayurveda advises on daily healthy living.

Your Doctor would definitely ask questions about your digestion and bowel movements. One of the main goals of Ayurveda is the detoxification of the body to improve our health. And one to two bowel movements daily is regarded as highly important for our overall health.

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The Published Article With Dr Belaku.

Dr Belaku went on to describe how every day at Indus Valley Ayurvedic Centre, a patient would start the day with a consultation. With your Doctor; based on a variety of checks, namely your pulse, weight, blood pressure. And your answers to some questions about your condition would finish your consultation and determine your day’s treatment program.

At IVAC we eat breakfast, lunch and dinner regularly in order to create healthy habits when it comes to training the body’s bowel movements. Its great to see that the wisdom put into practice on a daily basis at IVAC. every day Perhaps it’s time to consider a trip to Mysore and plan a stay at the incredible Indus Valley Ayurvedic Centre.