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  • 1. STRONG DIGESTIVE SYSYEM WITH YOGABY YOGS GURU V. SATYANARAYAN
  • 2.  Many of us are deprived of an efficient digestive and eliminative system which guarantees the fundamental pleasures of life, mental and physical living Long term abuse leads to chronic degenerative diseases. Cancers, headache, heart diseases, diabetes etc. Yogic science strongly recommends strong GI tract and spinal column. By strengthening these the Pranic energy is reactivated which assists in self-healing and detoxifying the whole system
  • 3. REVAMPING For optimal health and vitality and reduce the suffering and discomfort we should learn how to eat. Moreover right food, eaten at right quantities and right times with right attitude is utmost essential. Most of us eat not for hunger or satisfy our appetite but to satisfy our emotional needs and greed, to relieve frustration, to while away time. Remember- YOU ARE WHAT YOU EAT
  • 4. CHAKRA SYSTEM Kundalini Yoga explains that the Manipura Chakra which symbolizes the agni or fire element which consumes what we eat. In Bhagavad Gita Sri Krishna declares that He alone is the sole recipient of the fuel which turns them into power for the whole body.
  • 5. CAUSES SYMPTOMS Emotional disturbance  Heartburn Swallowing air  Head ache Too many refined foods  Heaviness in stomach Excessive water drinking  Irregularity in bowels Poor mastication Hasty consumption of food Late supper Oily, greasy food INDIGESTION
  • 6. HYPOACIDITY Food remains in the stomach several hour after eaten. It ferments releasing gas. Reasons – insufficient gastric, salivary secretions, weak acid, insufficient lactobacillus in the stomach
  • 7. REGURGITATION Rising up of the liquid, partially digested food, from stoach to the oesaphagus leading to nausea, unpleasant sensation, bloating etc
  • 8. HYPERACIDITY Other extreme of the hypo acidity. Over active processes releasing acid and gastric juices leading to ‘dry run’ always Because of over active taste buds, smoking and alcohol, the stomach gets a message to start churning which further complicates the whole disease
  • 9. HEARTBURN Burning irritation and pain felt behind sternum and in the centre of chest Occurs normally after eating
  • 10. SOLUTION Change eating from mechanical eating habit to a pleasurable act which nourishes body and soul Avoid over, hasty, eating. No rich food eating
  • 11. Yogic Management Asanas Pranayama- Nadi Sodhana Bandhas- Jalandhara, Uttiyana, and Moola Relaxation- Savasana Diet- avoid rich foods made of refined floor, esp during nights. Eat more whole foods. Alcohol/Cig will aggravate the conditions Fasting- every fortnight recommended
  • 12.  Self awareness Regularity Enjoy every morsel of food with sufficient mastication, Learn to say NO when full Eat for appetite and not as a task Avoid eating when anxious, depressed, excited, tensed, tired, exhausted. Take to Savasana before eating
  • 13.  Don’t drink water when eating Don’t eat for compulsions or obligations Eat minimum 3 hours before bedtime, practice Vajrasana, walk min 200 meters, pray and retire A warm milk will induce restful sleep which is essential for good digestion EAT ONLY VEGETARIAN FOOD
  • 14. REASONS FOR DIGESTIVE PROBLEMS
  • 15. SURYA NAMSKAR FORDIGESTIVE SYSTEM
  • 16. OUR DIGESTIVE SYSTEM IS DESIGNED FORHERBIVOROUS FOOD. SO BE A GRASS EATER.MAAAAAA.
  • 17. FOLLOW THIS PATTERN OF EATING FORHEALTHY DIGESTIVE SYSTEM