Ayurveda & The Paleo Diet is a one of a kind course by a Harvard M.D. revealing a unique diet plan that combines the principles of Ayurveda and the Paleo Diet.
What isthe Paleovedic Diet?
It’s a tacit cross-fertilization of the most potent aspects of the Paleo Diet, personalized with a dose of Ayurveda.
It’s not simply a diet. It’s a complete lifestyle guide which utilizes delicious nourishing foods, powerful healing spices and intensive detox techniques that will metamorphose you into the person you always wished to be.
In this course, Dr. Akil will tell you how to bring together these 2 subjects to take your health to the next level and really deepen your understanding of optimal diet and lifestyle. In fact, he believes in this approach so much that he came up with the term “paleovedic”, combining the words 'paleo' and ‘vedic’ from ‘Ayurveda’.
Is Ayurveda and The Paleo Diet suitable for me?
The course contains much of interest to a broad spectrum of people, ranging from Paleo aficionados to serious biohackers to innocent newbies - indeed to anyone who is really serious about optimizing his or her health. This course can help you to lose weight, boost your energy and vitality, and begin to reverse any health challenges you might be facing.
How do I know this is not a fad diet?
What this course does is exactly the opposite - it busts fad concepts that come and go, not necesarily benefitting you and often even harming you with their focus on short term results. Instead, Ayurveda and the Paleo Diet shows you the most sustainable, long-term solution to a healthy life, which not only does not harm you but also gives you effective results that you can easily maintain.
Dr. Akil does the heavy lifting for you by reviewing and summarizing scientific literature from both modern medical science as well as Ayurveda. Dr. Akil is one of the rare few, uniquely qualified Medical Practitioners who can give you accurate and reliable health information, based on his diverse and top-notch education, extensive experience treating thousands of complex patients and his own healing experience through a journey of diet-related illness.
What can I expect to learn during this program?
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Dr. Akil Palanisamy, M.D.
Dr. Akil Palanisamy, a Harvard-trained physician practicing integrative medicine, combines Ayurveda and Western medicine in his clinical practice with patients in San Francisco.
After completing his undergraduate degree in biochemistry at Harvard, he performed clinical research at Harvard Medical School where he wrote his senior thesis. This was followed by medical school at the University of California, San Francisco, residency training at Stanford University, and fellowship in integrative medicine with Dr. Andrew Weil at the University of Arizona.
But that’s not it - what makes Dr. Akil unique is his in-depth study of the ancient Indian Science of Ayurveda which helps him take a holistic approach with his patients and show exceptional results of recovery and healing.
He studied Ayurveda in India at the Arya Vaidya Chikitsalayam in Coimbatore and completed clinical training with his guru Dr. L. Mahadevan in Derisanamcope, Tamil Nadu at the Sri Sarada Ayurvedic hospital.
As a Harvard trained MD, Dr. Akil integrates a strong scientific background in biochemistry and Western Medicine with training in Ayurveda and study of ancestral societies around the globe. This unique background enables him to seamlessly blend Ayurvedic principles with the latest research in nutrition, food science, and medicine. Dr. Akil is known to provide definitive, practical health information based on cutting-edge research and clinical experience.
- Paleo Is a Starting Point
- Paleo Must Be Individualized
- What the Caveman Really Ate
- Healthy Starches Were Part of the Paleolithic Diet
- Lessons from Weston Price
- The Blue Zones - Lessons for Living Longer
- Eat Anything You Want - Except a Western Diet
- The Power of Social Connection
- How Many Carbs Should You Eat?
- Removing Refined Carbs Helps Everyone
- Addiction to Wheat Is Biochemical
- Changes in the Microbiome Predispose to Gluten Sensitivity
- Not Your Grandmother’s Wheat
- Genetically Engineered Wheat
- Certain People Can Eat Wheat and Be Healthy
- Healthy Starches – What You Should Be Eating
- Good Fats vs. Bad Fats
- Is Saturated Fat Harmful?
- Coconut Oil
- Monounsaturated Fats
- Polyunsaturated Fats: Omega-3 vs. Omega-6
- Palm Oil
- How to Make Your Own Ghee
The Importance of Protein
- How Much Protein Should I Eat?
- Full-Fat Dairy Protects against Diabetes
- Low-Fat Dairy Can Be Harmful to Health
- Let’s Talk About Meat
- Can I Be a Healthy Vegetarian?
- Choosing the Best Quality Meats—How to Read Labels: Beef, Poultry,Eggs
- NUTRIENT DENSITY. (This is another area where the Paleo diet has a lot to offer because it is a very nutrient-dense diet. Here you’ll learn about maximizing the amount of nutrients you get out of your fruits and vegetables.)
- 3 Paleo secrets to optimal physical activity and exercise
- High-intensity interval training (HIIT)
- Increasing Resistance to Reduce Injuries
- Customize Your Exercise According to Ayurveda
- Putting it all together
- My Philosophy on Food
- The Doctor’s Diet
- Foods to Avoid in the Paleovedic Diet
- Foods to Eat Every Day
- Foods to Eat Frequently(4 - 5 days/week)
- Foods to Eat Frequently for Some People (up to 4-5 days/week - these are gray-area foods that some people do not tolerate but others thrive on. You can consume these foods frequently if you tolerate them well.)
- Foods to Eat Rarely (1 day/week or less)
How Much to Eat
Portion Size for Meals
- Last Words on Diet