Mindful & Practical Approach to Research in Ayurveda

Panel Presentation: Christine Peterson, PhD, C-AP, Freedom Cole, C-AP, Vivek Shanbhag, BAMS, MD (Ayu), ND, Namyata Pathak, BAMS, MD (Ayu), AD, Rammohan Rao, PhD, C-AP, RYT

This session will focus on the role of research as a way to advance understanding of the teachings of Ayurveda and furthering the growth of this science in our western world. The panel presenters will share current Ayurvedic research and its outcomes, how to develop collaborative research protocols, understanding whole system research, modern Ayurvedic research related to a clinical condition, and bridging Ayurvedic concepts to the gut-brain and gut-body axis including the microbiome.


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This course is worth 1 PACE credit. Please complete the quiz below to obtain PACE credit. Once the quiz is completed, credit will be applied to your membership account within 30 days.

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1. How many bacterial cells are located in the colon? *
2. Butyrate promotes an improved gut barrier function and can be found in _______. *
3. Parkinson’s patients stated that on a daily basis they were typically less troubled by tremors, slowness and rigidity symptoms but more troubled by ____________. *
4. Regarding Quantitative Phenomenological methodologies, which correlated best with Ayurveda? *
5. The acne research study results showed a decrease in anxiety and depression as well as an increase in the quality of sleep, energy and self-esteem. *