Book Lovers: Manjit Kaur
This book links a connection between health, mind, body and spirit. Disease steps in when there is an emotional imbalance, then physical problems surface, syndromes such as fatigue, allergies, hormonal imbalances, toxic overload, organ and structural imbalance, vitamin and mineral deficiencies to mention a few. The book takes you into a self discovery and realisation of how to have a healthier and wealthier lifestyle through a blue print of a Body Balance. Reclaim your health through better self awareness , life choices, dietary changes and exercise, staying connected with mother earth and nature. When you look after yourself and love the universe, it reflects on your communication with the people we are surrounded with and in our close relationships and our love has a rippling effect to others. By practicing visualisation and mindfulness exercises daily you will be seeds of harmony and positivity. With the balanced life applying tbe principles of self adjustment, your body will function at a optimal level and you will celebrate youthfulness, vitality and wisdom.
Your health is Your Wealth
About the Author: A wholistic practioner in Alternative Medicine and Naturopathy, Colon Hydrotherapy, Ayurveda, Accpuncture, Juice and diet, Reiki, Flower Remedies, Manjit did global Sky Tv Health shows and Cook shows on Sikh Channel and Akaal Channel to raise awareness of health and cooking and helped patients recover from a whole host of illnesses and thankfully many did not have to have to undergo life changing surgeries. She has successfully helped patients with IBD ( irritable bowel disease ), IBS ( irritable bowel syndrome ) and critical bowel conditions. Manjit treats and assists patients suffering from all sorts of health problems. Many couples had her suggested protocol of conception and they delivered babies with full term pregnancy. Female patients with PCOS (Polcystic ovary syndrome ) underwent Manjit’s treatment and successfully conceived. .
Alongside with treating patients, charitable causes have always been very close to her heart. Manjit contributed to a project in Meru, the National Park in Kenya ( installation ofa whole water irrigation plant to the Bantu tribe). She also set up a farm of Agave plants in the outskirts of Soroti in Uganda. The Agave plants were shipped from Mexico to Soroti to create a community project.
Whilst she was studying Ayurveda medicine in India, in her spare time she volunteer to collect and donate funds to widows of Punjabi in India, set up small shops so they could support, feed and educate their children.
After writing a book about Agave Syrup, Manjit wrote her second book titled Health Haven.