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Shudh

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Shudh
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Recipe for Renewal

Water, salt, and a few yoga stretches are a recipe for renewal.

Dr. Vijaypal Arya, a gastroenterologist in Brooklyn, NY, has developed a natural way to cleanse the colon that’s based on 2,500 year-old yoga and ayurvedic methods. Called Shudh, Dr. Arya’s technique works quickly and effectively, without the use of any laxatives, phosphates or glycol.

The Shudh cleanse uses natural ingredients and the body’s own reflexes to clean your digestive system, leaving you feeling refreshed and renewed. It’s a continuous process that alternates drinking a saline solution with specific yoga stretches and squats. The saline solution travels through the digestive system, causing it to empty itself. At the same time, the yoga stretches keep the process moving quickly. Most people finish the cleanse sometime during their third set of stretches, in about 100 minutes, Dr. Arya says.

The kit comes with a DVD that tells you how to mix the salt solution, instructs you when to drink, and prompts you to do the exercises at the right pace. The benefits can include increased energy levels, the removal of toxins from the body, and a feeling of refreshment. Shudh, which means “purity” in Sanskrit, can be a purifying addition to your overall wellness plan.

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Discovered 1/2/2013

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Sustainable Living

Maker Story

Recipe for Renewal

Water, salt, and a few yoga stretches are a recipe for renewal.

Dr. Vijaypal Arya, a gastroenterologist in Brooklyn, NY, has developed a natural way to cleanse the colon that’s based on 2,500 year-old yoga and ayurvedic methods. Called Shudh, Dr. Arya’s technique works quickly and effectively, without the use of any laxatives, phosphates or glycol.

The Shudh cleanse uses natural ingredients and the body’s own reflexes to clean your digestive system, leaving you feeling refreshed and renewed. It’s a continuous process that alternates drinking a saline solution with specific yoga stretches and squats. The saline solution travels through the digestive system, causing it to empty itself. At the same time, the yoga stretches keep the process moving quickly. Most people finish the cleanse sometime during their third set of stretches, in about 100 minutes, Dr. Arya says.

The kit comes with a DVD that tells you how to mix the salt solution, instructs you when to drink, and prompts you to do the exercises at the right pace. The benefits can include increased energy levels, the removal of toxins from the body, and a feeling of refreshment. Shudh, which means “purity” in Sanskrit, can be a purifying addition to your overall wellness plan.