Concept of Nutrition in Ayurveda

Dr. RamkumarSaturday, June 3, 2017
2:00 –3:30 pm
Tuition : $20.00
to support Punarnava Ayurveda Trust


Ayurveda consultations with Dr. Ramkumar available Saturday afternoon/evening by appointment.


Punarnava Ayurveda Trust, a public charitable Trust, is wholly focused on improving the health, education, and welfare of the village populations residing in Thirumalayampalayam Panchayat on the outskirts of Coimbatore in Tamilnadu in south India. They are also committed to protecting the green cover of the land and creating a sustainable and healthy community based on the principles of Ayurveda and natural farming.

Their group endeavour, vaidyagrama (Ayurveda healing village), is the first step towards the achievement of this objective.

As part of our Trust mission and objectives, they are already conducting regular medical camps, Ayurveda awareness programs, natural farming, energy conservation, lifestyle advice, and empowerment of women in the surrounding villages. They are also continually engaged in spreading this message across the world.

Ayurveda considers, in one context, health as the “dynamic balance between the essence and the waste in the body, where the essence always exceeds the waste”. And to enable this dynamic balance to be consistently maintained, Ayurveda teaches us about the two important concepts of cleansing and nourishing. Neither are complete in themselves; but together they keep us in a state of health and happiness. This session will explore the principles of achieving this balance.

The principles of Ayurveda are universal and eternal and can be practiced in any geoclimatic context. Remain healthy and happy!


Dr. Ramkumar

Dr. Ramkumar is a Founder-Director of Punarnava Ayurveda, an institution committed to Authentic Ayurveda for Universal Well-Being. He is a lifelong student of Ayurveda and other traditional Indian knowledge systems.

Over the last 15 years, he has given talks and conducted workshops in the Americas, Africa, Europe, Australia and South-East Asia propagating health and happiness through Ayurveda.

Punarnava Ayurveda is currently engaged in the creation of an experimental green self-sustaining authentic Ayurveda healing community on the outskirts of Coimbatore in South India. This village is working towards adhering to the principles of authentic Ayurveda and vastu; and will also engage in natural farming, use of alternate energy sources, waste recycling, environment friendly construction, water management and so on – the idea is to create an “optimum healing environment”.

The village has commenced functioning in a small way with 36 patient units – it is called “vaidyagrama”.