Heal Your Gut, Mind and Emotions’ By Dimple Jangda

Nichola Marie summarises why Dimple Jangda’s book is an interesting read for those looking to reclaim their health.

‘Heal Your Gut, Mind & Emotions: 5 Steps to Reset Your Health with Ayurveda and Food Chemistry’by author and health coach Dimple Jangda, is a simple, concise handbook to help your journey towards better gut health, and, consequently, improved physical, mental and emotional well-being.

Jangda, a survivor of ill health since childhood, an abusive marriage and corporate burnout, shares the tools that shaped her life, the mysteries of the gut, the 5,000-year-old ancient science of Ayurveda, magical healing remedies from the kitchen, and how food can be used to preserve your health and reverse diseases.

The book unveils a five-step process that aims to unlock the potential of the gut and improve the gut-brain axis, so it can share critical information on what your body truly needs. Topics include understanding the root cause, unravelling the mysteries of the gut, the Ayurvedic energy clock, the food pyramid, food chemistry, and improving your relationship with food.

Apart from Juhi, her other clients and followers include Gaur Gopal Das, Baba Ramdev, and Pharell Williams.

Jangda also puts forward the seven tools that helped shape her life and gut health. She leads the reader through helpful practices on how to break up with your past, meditate, practise manifesting and gratitude, realise the power of forgiveness, practise unconditional love, find your ikigai, and be kind.

Actress Juhi Chawla writes in her foreword that she finds this book “full of good sense and powerful knowledge backed by reason,” informing that she follows many of Jangda’s tips on Ayurveda simply because they are so sensible. Apart from Juhi, her other clients and followers include Gaur Gopal Das, Baba Ramdev, and Pharell Williams.

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