Why will Turyaa be effective outside of India if it is based on Indian science?

Ayurveda as a branch of medical science has its foundation in ancient Indian civilization that continues to hold extreme importance even in present times. This is because the fundamentals of Ayurveda are based essentially on human characteristics and intrinsic causes that have remained and will remain constant with time.

Our traditional knowledge of Ayurveda and its efficacy has also been acknowledged by Western/ allopathic systems of medicine, which are looking to include this great science of Ayurveda as traditional and complementary medicines as a supplement to existing allopathic health care for prevention and recovery.

The world is looking for prevention and early diagnosis of the sufferings along with finding the causes behind it. The Ayurvedic diagnostic methodology is key for the holistic well-being of mankind. Today, Ayurveda is relevant globally because of its holistic and comprehensive approach to health.

Analysts expect that by 2022, Ayurvedic medicine will have become a nearly $10 million industry. The National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health Trusted Source estimates that around 240,000 Americans already use Ayurvedic regimens and remedies as part of their overall healthcare.

Vaidya. Tejaswini Sameer Bhale
Ayurvedacharya, PGPP, MBA, DYA
Prakruti Ayurveda and Panchakarma Clinic, Pune
Nadi Pariksha domain expertise
Nadi Tarangini, Atreya Innovations Pvt Ltd. Pune

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My Well-being Companion: Finding something more than just Feeling Well!!!

Well-being has been strongly linked to many important life events ranging from physical and psychological health to family and social relationships to work and activity patterns. Not only has it been associated with many beneficial outcomes across these realms, but it has also been demonstrated to predict positive changes in these events helping us function well.

My Well-being Companion Finding something more than just Feeling Well

Situation Today

Current Pandemic situation has made the entire Human race to ponder on the real concept of wellbeing and wellness. Is it mere feeling to stay happy or “just well” or is it only to survive? What is your concept of Wellbeing then???? Give a moment to read this blog and think to act right Today!!!

Concept of Well-being

It is the experience of health, happiness, and prosperity. It includes having good mental health, high life satisfaction, a sense of meaning or purpose, and ability to manage stress.
Wellbeing is more than just full-filling the need of basic necessities (food, clothing & shelter), it comes after making appropriate choices and activities aimed at achieving physical vitality, mental alacrity, social satisfaction, a sense of accomplishment, and personal fulfilment, so in a nut-shell Wellbeing is ‘feeling good and functioning well’.

Well-being is a feeling of having high sense of self enjoyment, nothing can ever turn you down when your sense of wellness is very high and of course happiness comes in when you are well which is known as the sense of satisfaction & happiness, this is best done with a partner, a friend, a family or a companion close to You all the time. This relation and association lead to a positive sense of dependency and in turn a sense of responsibility towards yourself and others

Looking at Wellbeing as a New Dimension

We all are going through some tough times of our journey today. Surrounded by some loads of useful and not so useful information flowing into our computers, whatsapp groups, and emails daily. But we all know the phrase “ Think before you act, & But At TURYAA we care for you and your loved ones all the time. Using the Ayurveda driven ancient science of Nadi-Pariksha (Pulse Monitoring Examination) coupled with Modern Nutrition technique & AI-based outputs we bring you a holistic Wellbeing Companion. A true Wellbeing Companion to be used in the comfort of your home to helps connect you and your loved ones health staying close to you or away from you.

Let’s care for our health and wellbeing staying close to what we see, understand and adhere to!!! Choose wisely; Get one for you and your loved ones today!!!

Mrs. Shruti Prashant Kulkarni
B.Sc. (Foods & Nutrition), M.Sc. (Public Health)
Clinical Nutritionist, Diabetes Educator & Counsellor, Ph.D. scholar
Research & Product Domain Expert (Atreya Innovations Pvt Ltd)
Chief Nutrition Counsellor (Germany)

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The Pandemic New Normal “Belly Bulge”: How to Get Rid of It

Coming months have taught us so many things from eating to living healthy. We are flooded with so many “New Normal” thoughts and trends and we are totally trying to do what we can do? Well what that exactly resulted is the “New-Normal” weight gain and what’s the place where all the weight actually settled was the “Belly-side”. Let’s try to find how you can get the best help so that you stay well, eat well and live well the correct way.

The pandemic New Normal “Belly Bulge

If you experienced unwanted weight gain or “belly bulges” during the pandemic, you are not alone. Especially if you are spending most of your time at home watching the “New-Normal cooking trends”. Comfort food recipes have been trending on Google, Instagram and Fb. Your best friend tried the full fat “Dalgona Coffee” and floored their Instagram page with thousand of likes and several thousands “Followers” in just one night, and now there you are mopping the google-searches to find the next “Instagrammable Trend-set” from your side. Meanwhile you grab your favourite mug of coffee several times in a day doing so. Now you are late for making your lunch so you just order some food from outside and continue working for long hours in front of the screen.

This was some-what everybody’s story in recent days. Well what that exactly resulted is the “New-Normal” weight gain and what’s the place where all the weight actually settled was the “Belly-side”. Last whole year the most searched questions on google were not just “Fitness exercises to do at home”, but some others were “Losing belly fat staying at home”, ”Get flat-belly investing just 7 minutes”, “Burn belly fat in just 7-days at home”, etc.

COVID curves” and the “Quarantine 15-pounds gain

So as sheltering-at-home restrictions ease up, people are becoming concerned about “COVID curves” and the “Quarantine 15-pounds gain”. The pandemic left many people confined to their homes, bored and with plenty of food and little to distract them. When adding the stress factor to this scenario, you have a perfect situation for unwanted weight changes. The fight-or-flight response is an innate reaction that evolved as a survival mechanism during the entire pandemic situation.

Pandemic situation

Whether you are a “IT professional with all day work from home”, “a school-kid with full day online screen access”, “a home-maker with home full of online people, extra dish washing, plenty of cooking” or “ an elderly with no access to friends and outside world” all resorted to stocking the house with all the necessary food-stuff that was feared to be out of stock in the market and later on cooking and changing the raw things into “cooking wonders” just to utilise all the stuff and the time in the world to please our cravings at home. Biryani, Baked dishes, Cakes with full fat icings, Green Teas with all the Turmeric, Milkshakes with a whole lot of nuts, all was over-bound and in large portions, screaming at us to finish it off in just one gulp or bite.

Working for long hours in front of the screen

Most work from home couples switched to eating late lunches or combining lunch and dinner together at late hours and eating large meals and sitting back to work again or just curling up in that bed or sofa to finish the off trending “Netflix” series.

Well, the answer to such belly fat bulges is very easy to identify, stress started to set into us and we all ate up what we thought was immunity booster, trending, healthy, “maa ke haath ka”, “ghar ka khana” with no thought and no guilt. All this to stay away from stress arising from the unknowing causes and factors that ultimately lead to this sitting “belly gains”. It’s time we focus on what suits “Me” better than just following Instagram trends blindly.

Now try to get the best suitable recommendations from an Expert who knows best to curb that “Belly bulge” in the most precise way knowing your “Metabolic levels”. The solution to this is finding your Inner Health Quotients from reliable and proven product Turyaa. So let Turyaa: Your very own “Wellbeing companion” helps you know which trending food or fitness activity is best for “You”. Make way for that “extra belly bulge” and set the “New-Normal” by staying healthy and fit the “Turyaa Way”.


Ms. Shruti Kulkarni (Nutritionist, Wellness Coach)
Credits: Dr Tejaswini Bhale-Borse (Ayurveda Physician, Nadi Expert)

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Belly Fat : Villain of the peace / health

Clinic related to obesity has suddenly increased

In the last 6 to 12 months, the number of cases coming to the clinic related to obesity has suddenly increased.

  • Women trying hard to find time for exercise routines.
  • Patients of thyroid, hormonal imbalances are badly struggling to maintain their normal health parameters.
  • Household responsibilities, work life and assisting kids for online schooling is crushing the main pillar of the family.
  • Happy tummies of children are now turning into wrangling tummies due to lack of physical activity and disturbed routines. Progress card for the year reflecting through belly fat.
  • Senior citizens are still uncertain about restarting their outdoor activities. The ‘No routine is the routine’ pattern affects them with sudden weight gain, fluctuating sugar. They are stressed out and unhappy.

Answer to all these questions is to accept where you are standing right now and start with very scientific and holistic methods to improve your inner health. This scientific research based way can be achieved through Turyaa- Metabolic and Stress quotients (Innovative product developed by DSIR-recognized research startup Atreya Innovations).

Ayurveda mentioned obese person as Ashtau nindit (8 types of people prone to large spectra of diseases). Digestive fire / metabolic health is the main element seen to be disturbed in the pathophysiology of obesity. It is kapha, meda dhatu ( Fat tissues) vikruti according to Ayurveda due to impaired metabolism.The food you eat gets converted to produce healthy body elements. Here due impaired metabolism all the food eaten by you gets converted into fat.

Coated tongue, irregular appetite patterns, cravings and often indigestion related complaints are common in such cases. So reversal of underlying pathophysiology producing belly fat is very important.

Another thing is accumulation of fat around your belly is more dangerous than accumulation over hips, thigh and other parts. The trouble with belly fat is that it’s not limited to the extra layer of padding located just below the skin (subcutaneous fat). It also includes visceral fat, which lies deep inside your abdomen, surrounding your internal organs. So regardless of your overall weight, having a large amount of belly fat increases your risk of insulin resistance, diabetes, raise BP, raised cholesterol and cardiovascular disorders.

Metabolic disorder

People who have metabolic disorder typically have apple-shaped bodies, meaning they have larger waists and carry a lot of weight around their abdomens. Fat accumulated on the abdomen is mostly visceral and it is dangerous. People with hormonal problems show pear shaped obesity means fat largely accumulated on thighs, hips, buttocks making a pear-shaped body which is at lesser risk.

Parameters for measuring abdominal obesity / Belly fat –

  1. Waist circumference – In men, a waist measurement over 40 inches and in women, a waist measurement over 35 indicates an unhealthy accumulation of visceral fat and an increased risk of health problems.
  2. Waist to hip ratio – A waist-to-hip ratio higher than 0.95 in men and 0.85 in women significantly increases the risk of a heart attack or stroke.
Waist to hip ratio

3. BMI – weight in kilograms divided by height in meters squared. A BMI of 25.0 or more is overweight, while the healthy range is 18.5 to 24.9.

To reduce visceral fat and potentially increase lean muscle mass, add 45 to 60 minutes of moderate physical activity to your daily routine on most days of the week. Moderate exercise can include aerobic activity (such as walking) and strength training with weights. Combining a more balanced diet with a regular exercise routine can accelerate the loss of belly fat and improve other cardiometabolic risk factors.

Belly fat

Analyze your belly pattern and get connected with Turyaa, your wellbeing companion. before it’s too late.

Dr. Gayatri Kulkarni – Mulye (MD Ayurved),
Vaidya Tejaswini Bhale – Borse (Ayurveda Physician),
Shruti Kulkarni (Clinical Nutritionist)

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World Health Awareness Month

Prevention is better than cure

When it comes to health, prevention is much more effective than cure. Learning or adapting preventive measures for a better, healthy life is much more important and this is what we call health awareness.
Awareness about individual-specific health is the first and very important step in preventive health care and this self-awareness is the key to avoiding many health complications.
With the help of Turyaa@ Home Nadi Vaidya, you can step forward towards health awareness in the best way.

Turyaa will help you in the following ways.

1. By monitoring your Nadi -

Digital Nadi pariksha can be done with the help of Turyaa. Nadi is the reflection of underlying doshik sthiti and other health parameters. Keeping this harmony best is what we call health according to Ayurveda. This harmony can be achieved by connecting with Turyaa.

Monitoring your Nadi with Nadi Pariksha Device

2. By monitoring your gut health -

According to Ayurveda, gut health is responsible for many metabolic diseases. Early changes in gut health can be assessed with the help of Turyaa by which early required measures are also possible.

Gut health

3. By examination of the Tongue -

Tongue serves as a mirror for your metabolic health. By Tongue examination, early changes can be detected for the betterment of health.

Tongue Examination

4. By assessing metabolic and emotional quotient -

Physical and mental health are very essential components of health. Both components and imbalances between them can be assessed by scoring metabolic and emotional quotients.

World Health Awareness Month

5. By Suggestions about lifestyle changes and proper Monitoring -

Health parameters and their impairments can be assessed overall by the above health test by Turyaa. Early detection and lifestyle modifications suggested by the Turyaa app is its unique feature.

Lifestyle changes and proper Monitoring

6. By suggesting Rutucharya (Seasonal regime)-

The unique concept of lifestyle modifications according to seasonal changes is useful in minimizing the ill effects due of seasonal changes.

7. By suggesting Dinacharya ( Daily regime) -

Daily routine according to prakruti suggested by Turyaa helps to maintain good QoL.

8. By suggesting proper weight goals along with good fitness-

Proper diet, exercise, healthy recipes, water intake, sleep, etc are suggested for maintaining and achieving a healthy weight.

Proper weight goals along with good fitness

9. By insisting on healthy habits -

Turyaa focuses on healthy eating habits including meal timings, contents, recipes, etc.

10. By maintaining time table for routine check-ups / Screening -

Turyaa can suggest routine health check-ups and traces on monitoring all health parameters according to age, and underlying diseases periodically.

This 10-point program is a health awareness program with which one can actually take care of one’s own health in the best way.

Self-health awareness is the first step toward maintaining good QoL, let’s get connected with Turyaa, your health companion for best QoL.

Digital Nadi Pariksha @home

Dr. Gayatri Kulkarni – Mulye (MD Ayurved),
Vaidya Tejaswini Bhale – Borse (Ayurveda Physician),
Shruti Kulkarni (Clinical Nutritionist)

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