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Ayurveda and Gut Health
August 21 - August 22
International Speaker, Registered Ayurvedic Doctor, Licensed Massage Therapist, Certified Nutritionist -Level 2, RYT -200 HRS, Certified Therapeutic RYT, Certified Panchakarma Technician, PGDP-India, Recipient of Atreya Award 2020- Excellence in Clinical Practice from AAPNA, Director OF New Jersey AAPNA, She is a founder of Anjum Ayurveda LLC, Practicing and teaching Ayurveda 15 plus years in the US. She holds a Bachelor of Ayurvedic medicine and surgery degree from Rajiv Gandhi University, Bangalore. Area of expertise includes pain management, chronic health conditions: healthy weight management, digestive imbalances, women’s health, kid’s health, and anti-aging therapies. Actively participating in many organizations and dedicating her contribution towards the spread of Ayurveda in the west. She is calm, composed, compassionate, empathy that makes her stand out.
Abstract: Helicobacter pylori, previously known as Campylobacter pylori, is a gram-negative, microaerophilic, spiral bacterium without the nucleus usually found in the stomach H. pylori is a common type of bacteria that grows in the digestive tract and has a tendency to attack the stomach lining. It infects the stomachs of roughly 60 percent of the trusted sources of the world’s adult population. The bacteria are believed to cause stomach problems when they penetrate the stomach’s mucous lining and generate urea substances that neutralize stomach acids. This makes the stomach cells more vulnerable to harsh acids. Stomach acid and H. pylori together irritate the stomach lining and may cause ulcers in your stomach or duodenum, which is the first part of your small intestine. H. pylori infection symptoms include excessive burping feeling bloated nausea heartburn fever lack of appetite, or anorexia unexplained weight loss.