Ayurveda: The Science of Life
By John Nycz
One of the things I enjoy most about what we do is that it is perfectly suited for the ADD brain owner. Every project is a new frontier, with requisite requirements to quickly develop a deep understanding of what the client does, the culture they work within, their processes, their markets, their products and services, and more.
In the next few weeks we’ll go live with a B2C (Business-to-Consumer) online Ayurvedic & Age Management practice that we branded as “NuJuvenate”. Wow is that stuff cool! The client loved the new tagline for Ayurvedic Medicine too: The Hot New 5,000 Year-Old Medical System.
The search engines have not been enabled yet, and e-commerce is not wired as the launch is of course waiting on some legal work. But, we included a few links you can preview should you want to learn more. Feel free to register if you’d like to be notified when we go live!
Here’s some of the top really interesting things what we’ve learned so far working this project:
- The medical system in the U.S. is undergoing massive changes, and most are not good. Your best bet is to stay healthy.
- High-Glycemic foods can drain your energy faster than an Irish longshoreman can drain a pint of beer (which is BTW high-glycemic).
- You don’t want to make your microbiome upset.
- A medical system that is 5,000 years old has a lot of data to work with.
- A plumber can provide a great metaphor for what’s going on with Obamacare.
- Ayurveda has eight arms, and an entire arm is are dedicated to reproductive health and libido. We like the prioritization!
- Your Ph balance has a ton to do with your health.
- I now have this recipe for a ‘green drink’ that is incredibly healthy and tastes awesome. It looks like, well, it looks bad … but delicious and really good for you!
More to share in the weeks to come, but my own journey to integrating more elements of Ayurveda and Age Management into my health plan is well underway. Oh, I’m a Pitta with a Kapha influence for all those dying to know my Ayurvedic Constitution.
How’s your healthcare plan working out? Have your premiums and deductibles gone up? Please let us know via the comments section below – we’re tracking the data!