Want to know more on how you can make your life better with Ayurvedic Dietetics ? Join in the course we’re conducting to get an actual overview on what Ayurveda Dietetics is and how it can benefit you
Duration : 9 hour basic course
Date : 22 April 2021 – 28 April 2021
Timings : 4pm – 5:30Pm IST daily (i.e except 25th April)
Introduction to Ayurveda, Prakruti of Upayokta, Prakruti and genomics.
Assignment #1 : Prakruthi self-assessment
Prakruthi self-assessment discussion, Prakruti of food, with relation to modern biochemistry.
Ayurveda concept of nourishment: agni, dhatu; their relation to modern biochemistry, Dietary rules
Assignment #2: Design-a-diet
Design-a-diet assignment discussion, Ayurveda dietetics for pregnancy and infant health
Ayurveda dietetics for brain health and iron-deficiency anaemia
Ayurveda dietetics for diabetes, Open discussion
Registration Dates : 15 March 2021 – 28 April 2021
Early Bird Discount : 20 March 2021 – 17 April 2021
TDU was established as an innovation centered University focused on designing and delivering research, outreach and education focused on social transformation aligned to emerging and futuristic needs. A first of its kind in India, TDU’s uniqueness stems from the fact that while the University itself has core strength in Ayurveda-Biology, Clinical medicine, Medicinal plants systematics, Plant Genomics, Data Sciences, Local Health Traditions, Theoretical Foundations of Ayurveda, Traditional Knowledge informatics and Manuscriptology, it has institutional academic relationships with outstanding knowledge partners in fields like Design (Srishti), Ecology and Environment (ATREE), Bioinformatics (IBAB), Conservation of Coastal, Marine and Mountain Ecosystems (Dakshin Foundation), Biological Sciences (NCBS-TIFR), Stem Cell Biology (InStem), Inter-disciplinary Studies (NIAS), Cinema (Suchitra), Public health (IPH), Education and Pedagogy (Poorna), Medical Research (SJRI), and Policy Studies (Takshashila). Thus, the TDU ecosystem has the capacity to offer programs that combine subjects related to natural and social sciences, design, cinema, education, health sciences, conservation and fine arts.
Great Health Care Facility Based On India’s Greatest Medical Heritage
TDU provides uncommon opportunity to students and researchers to learn and undertake research in areas that correspond to its core strengths and that of its knowledge partners in fields such as conservation, life sciences, integrative health sciences, policy, education, bioinformatics, cinema, public health, ethno-veterinary science, information technology, art and design. One of the unique features of research at TDU is that all of its focus is on combining improving knowledge and practice that is socially relevant and that provides the basis for national and international policy-making. The University aims to capitalize its unique methodology of co-constructing and co-creating new knowledge, and contribute to the education of a new generation of researchers and change agents in their own communities and on the world stage, through a focused and a large PhD program.
A consultant Ayurveda Paediatrician. She has a special interest in educating mothers about the advantages of Ayurveda techniques in the care of newborn. Her research interests include management of children with Cerebral Palsy. Currently practicing in Bengaluru
Biochemistry and Structural Biology from Stony Brook University, New York. Associate Professor at Centre For Ayurveda Biology and Holistic Nutrition. Active researcher in the area of malnutrition, with keen interest in public health nutrition and identifying how traditional food knowledge can be integrated with modern biochemistry.