Webinar on “Incompatible foods in Ayurveda”

Saturday, 7th November 3PM - 5PM

Webinar Description

A delicious and palatable dish is a combination of various ingredients blended together with specific cooking techniques. In this infinite space of permutations and combinations, Ayurveda posits that not all combinations are advisable. This concept of “Viruddha ahara” or incompatible food combinations or food:food interactions are such combinations of ingredients that are not advisable, are detailed as 18 principles in the shastras. In this webinar, we will discuss the 18 types, explore if they have logical reasoning and present it in the context of modern diets. We will address questions like:

“Is there a simplistic understanding of why honey and ghee in equal quantities is considered poisonous?”
“Why is food that is perfectly cooked better than undercooked or overcooked food?”

A recording of the webinar will be made available to registered participants for up to 48 hours. However, to qualify for a participation certificate, attendance at the live event is compulsory.

Date

Saturday, 7 November 2020, 3 – 5 pm.

Speaker

Dr. Madhumitha Krishnan

Dr. Madhumitha Krishnan MD (Ayurveda)

Dr Krishnan is a consultant Ayurveda paediatrician and educator on topics related to Ayurveda dietetics. She has a special interest in educating mothers about the advantages of Ayurveda techniques in post-natal infant care. Her research interests include management of children with Cerebral Palsy. Currently practicing in Bengaluru and teaching “Introduction to Ayurveda Dietetics” course.

Eligibility

Students and working professionals in Ayurveda, food industry, nutrition and dietetics. Although basic knowledge of Ayurveda food concepts in not essential, this webinar has been designed for those who have taken our “Introduction to Ayurveda Dietetics” course.

There is no upper limit for the number of participants. Registrations will be open up to midnight, 6 November.

Registration details

Fees: Rs. 400 per participant (Rs 328 fee + Rs 72 GST). Fully paid in advance by online NEFT transfer or UPI payment (Google pay). Note that fees are non-refundable.

Amount to Pay: Rs.400

Account Name: UTD-HST General Fund
Bank Name: IDBI Bank
Account Number: 0694104000134705
Bank Branch: Yelahanka New Town, Bengaluru-560064
IFSC: IBKL0000694, MICR: 560259014

Kindly make the payment, and then register for the course, by CLICKING HERE.
Only those who complete the registration form will receive communications for the webinar.

Contact

Webinar Co-ordinator

Dr. Megha
Email: wellness@tdu.edu.in

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