Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], November 18: Gut health coach and author Dr Dimple Jangda last evening launched her book Heal Your Gut, Mind & Emotions: 5 Steps to Reset Your Health with Ayurveda and Food Chemistry. The event was attended by Vishwas Narayan Nangare Patil, celebrity makeup artist and influencer Ojas Rajani, fashion designer and politician Shaina NC, Health Guru Dr. Mickey Mehta, director Faruk Kabir and actress Smita Bansal, Actor Bijay Anand among others.

Dimple is no stranger to the world of wellness and has been sharing health tips on her social media handles for a few years now. Heal Your Gut, Mind, and Emotions, published by Penguin, reiterates that taking care of oneself is the most important aspect of life. It shares the tools that shaped Dimple’s life and advises on how you can use food to preserve your health and reverse diseases.

Sharing the vision behind her book, Dimple said, “It is a sum of all the research I have done on this subject with my team, my doctors, my therapists in treating various kinds of diseases at our clinic. This basically outlines the 5 steps you can follow to reset your health using Ayurvedic science and food chemistry. It’s a marriage of traditional sciences with modern research based science, that allows people to have a holistic approach to their health. It is something you can relate to, understand and implement in your daily life.”

She added, “I have been pursuing the subject of food chemistry for the last many years. It talks about the different combinations of food that you should pay attention to so you can prevent diseases. With this book launch, we just hope that we can amplify the conversation around preventive healthcare life sciences. It shouldn’t just be about curative life sciences where we are waiting to get sick and then look for a cure. This book will allow us to share all the good things that we have been doing at Pranna, with the rest of the world.”

Talking about Dimple, Shaina said, “I look at Dimple, it’s like she is never ageing. Having said that, I feel gut health is the most important. Being in public and especially leading a fast-paced life, I realised that the days when the gut is good, the mood is good and the energy is there. So, I started reading Dimple’s book and I actually discovered her, without knowing her, on Instagram. And I used to see that she makes such sensible tips. The way she puts forth a point, is something that appeals. It’s not a diet, it’s just common sense and if we implement that in our lives as much as we can, I am sure we will be in a much happier space. As they say, health is wealth, and the only wealth I want right now is good health.”

The aim with Heal Your Gut, Mind & Emotions is to put India’s medicinal techniques on a global map. Dimple insisted, “We want the rest of the world to benefit from it and we hope that Ayurveda becomes a global phenomenon and a household practice. It’s time for us to get our heritage back and win our sciences back. It’s time to put India and Indian sciences on the global map because we have much to offer to the rest of the world. It’s the oldest civilisation of the world and India can definitely change the way the world lives, eats and drinks. And that is our vision for the book.”

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