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All Disease/health begins with the gut. Here are some of the common experiences as I have seen in my practice
Bloated, lethargy, weight gain, constipationfogginess, depression, anxiety, production of phlegm (need to cough) after eating
More serious – acid reflux, GERD, food allergies and sensitivities, constipation, aches and pains (inflammation in the body) , Leaky gut – loss of digestive fire (Agni), inflammation from additives, becomes permeable, affects immune system that begins to attack the gut, affects the gut flora – affects our brain and behavior.
Poor gut health shows up as Irregular hunger, moodiness, sleep disturbances, dryness in the body, skin rash
Emotional Eating/food cravings - is the most hidden cause
Give yourself a month min to get a handle on your gut health as your entire health depends on it.
Read below for this curated offer to address your gut health
How to Begin
This is a group membership program specifically designed to improve your gut health. It's only for 4 weeks.
- You will have 4 video trainings that you can listen to at your own pace.
- Join anytime and you have lifetime access to the trainings
- There will be a bonus live Q&A - details to be posted once you join.
- The cost for this program is $TBD
- A Bonus special offer to work with me individually
Bonuses Once You Sign Up
-Heart Based Meditation (HBM) technique, (Value $150)
-My first book, Healing Your Relationship With Food: The Ayurveda Answer, (Value $30)
-My second book, "Wake Up and Heal: 6 Steps to Emotional Freedom", (Value $20)
-My 21 Day Guided Meditations to Healing, (Value $79)
Good morning Meena,
I greatly enjoyed your book as a gift given to me by Sebastian. I have been teaching “Plants and Human Health” and “Practical Botany” since 2010. I myself grew up in a family with deep roots in plant-related professions. My paternal side was a nursery-owner and my maternal side was a land-owner before the Communist Revolution in China. When I grew up, I was always in an environment filled with plants, especially in a nursery where my grand-parents used to own and later worked. I studied horticulture and my wife studied botany in college, and later in grad school we both studied botany and my wife specialized in medicinal plant taxonomy and identification. She even tried to start a herb company in Ann Arbor about ten years ago, but it did not work out. My research is in plant phylogenetics and evolution. When student enrollment in my plant evolution class dropped to a point that the course git cancelled, as a part of the trend of lack of interest by students in pure science related courses (out of job and career trend shift in this country), I thought hard on what to teach to continue my pursuit of botany teaching interest. Plants for human health and happiness was the topic that I thought students would always be interested. I have been proven correct since both courses now are in full capacity and I even need to increase the upper limit for Practical Botany, a non-major course. In any case, when there is a chance, I would like to meet you, since Ayurveda is something I have only been exposed to very recently and it seems that it will have a great appeal to our society, and I would like to learn more about it. I may recommend your book as one of the books to my students, since they often ask me what to read.
I wish you great luck in your continued pursuit to popularize this great art of living!
Meena is a true holistic practitioner. She considers all factors that impact health.
Meena is a well seasoned professional and is passionate about her skills and knowledge, she truly works with each client to make sure they are meeting their goals, as well as making sure they are aware of their potential and helping create wonderful outcomes.
A while back, Meena taught an Ayurvedic cooking class that I attended. She was patient and kind – and her creations were wonderful. I especially love her tea. She is a masterful yoga instructor as well. It’s so wonderful that I came to know Meena – when she happened to substitute as teacher in a yoga class I was taking in Wixom!
Kathy Amerman, Carls Family Y Board of Directors
We had the great pleasure at the Carls Family YMCA of welcoming Meena Puri to speak at our ‘Take Back Thursday’ Healthy Living forum on two occasions. Last spring an enthusiastic group learned how important food is to your mental and physical health and how different foods interact to create common health issues. This fall we learned the importance of drilling down to discover why some of your unhealthy habits can overwhelm you and how to break the cycle. Meena is a passionate and enthusiastic speaker who clearly cares about the health and well being of her community.