Parking your torso at a 90-degree angle strains your spine, say Scottish and Canadian researchers. Instead, give your chair the La-Z-Boy treatment and recline the seat back slightly. The ideal angle is 45 degrees off vertical.
The combined use of proper Probiotics and Ayurveda is termed Proyurveda™. The Probiotics (beneficial micro-organisms) survive long time when blended with herbs because herbs are antioxidants. Such Proyurveda™ preparations exhibit enhanced activity and effectiveness without any side effects. Probiotics are stimulated with the aid of Ayurvedic herbs and the Ayurvedic herbal activity is also enhanced due to Probiotics. This improves the efficiency of both Probiotics and Ayurveda herbs to cure diseases and help support functions of the organs in the human body.
Satksheera is the name used for freeze dried or dried milk grown probiotics.
What is Probiotics?
Probiotics are beneficial microbial cultures which reside naturally in the human gastro intestinal tract as normal flora.The word Probiotics is derived from two Greek words "Pro" and "Bios" meaning "for life". The most familiar probiotic is lactobacillus acidophilus, which is found in yogurt. The USFDA has granted them GRAS (generally regarded as safe) status. Probiotics improve and protect the human health. They are considered organic, all- natural, and by taxonomical definition, belong to the plant kingdom.
These Probiotic organisms produce enzymes to digest the simple and complex carbohydrates, complex proteins etc thereby greatly improving the digestion. In addition, they also inhibit the unwanted bacteria in the G.I tract.
Modern foods that contain preservatives, dyes, etc are not beneficial to the gastro intestinal flora, especially Probiotics. Consequently, in order to maintain and ensure proper gastro intestinal flora, continuous or periodic supplementation of Probiotics is a must.
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What is Ayurveda?
Ayurveda is the most ancient science of healing which dates back to about 5000 years. It integrates the mind, body and spirit. The mythological origin of Ayurveda has a link with Brahma, the God of Creation. Hindu myth holds that Brahma wanted to ease the suffering of human beings by offering knowledge of Ayurveda to other Gods. 'Ayur' means 'life' and ‘Veda’ refers to ‘science’. The true history of Ayurveda starts from the time of the Holy books, the Vedas. These were written down in the original Sanskrit language for the benefit of the general population.
The medical information contained in the Vedas was the contribution of Rishis and munis or sages, over a period of time. These sages were learned saints who devoted their life to understanding the world.
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