About: Mahesh Jayaraman

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Mahesh is a hormone health counsellor & holistic health expert. He has a Mastery Certification in Functional Blood Chemistry Analysis from the US, is certified in Functional Nutrition from Washington State University and uses a wide array of healing modalities to guide his clients to vibrant health and well-being.

Posts by Mahesh Jayaraman:

  • Trying to Conceive? Here are the Best Pick of Vitamins., 30 Jul 2021 in Fertility

    If you have been trying to conceive, chances are that you’ve heard of vitamins for fertility that don’t just nourish your body, but also increase your chances for getting pregnant. While most pregnant women are put on prenatal vitamins, you don’t have to wait until you’re pregnant to reap the benefits of fertility supplements. In […]

  • Is Your Fertility Clinic Really The Best Choice For You?, 19 Mar 2021 in Fertility

    If you have been trying to have a baby naturally for sometimes now, chances are that you are on the lookout for a good fertility clinic. Truth be told, fertility has become a booming business in India. This actually comes as no surprise, considering the increasing infertility rates in our country. Statistical analysis has shown […]

  • What Is Fertility And How It Works?, 19 Mar 2021 in Fertility

    Fertility is defined as the human body’s natural capacity to conceive a baby. And honestly, most of us take it for granted. You have your monthly period, so assume that you can get pregnant easily. Right? Sadly, fertility doesn’t come easily to many of us. Infertility is the inability to naturally conceive a baby after […]

  • Doctors Now Show How Type 2 Diabetes Is Fully Reversible, 07 Jan 2021 in Type 2 Diabetes

    Today, medical doctors say that Type 2 diabetes is completely reversible. In a video titled “The Two Big Lies of Type 2 Diabetes”, Jason Fung, M.D. makes a very bold assertion. He says “Diabetes is not a chronic, progressive disease. It is completely reversible; not only that, it is very quickly reversible.” Take a minute. […]

  • The Dark Side of Using Smartphones, 06 Aug 2020 in Living Well & Menopause

    It’s a brave new world. Technology is changing our lives at a pace that is crazy. We’re surrounded by cell phones, tablets, smart watches, Bluetooth, wifi and every other conceivable convenience. Our poor bodies, that have been unchanged for at least 10,000 years of recorded history, have had no chance to keep pace with the […]

  • 5 Great Foods For Healthy Eyes, 03 Aug 2020 in Living Well

    From making the correct food choices to doing exercise and reducing stress levels, there is a lot that can be done to maintain good eye health.

  • How Vitamin C Helps In Fighting Inflammation?, 01 Aug 2020 in Living Well

    Inflammation usually occurs when our body is trying to protect us from harmful substances (through white blood cells.) But, a prolonged state of acute inflammation (which becomes chronic in nature) can cause health problems. The right nutrients such as vitamin C can help you in fighting inflammation. Let’s understand the connection vitamin C and inflammation. […]

  • Simple Ayurvedic Home Treatment For PCOD, 04 Oct 2019 in Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome & Treatments

    Women suffering from PCOD tend to have a tough time going through hormonal imbalances, insulin resistance, increase/fluctuation in androgen and insulin levels, obesity etc.  In allopathic medicine, oral contraceptives, progestins and medicines that reduce male hormones remain the standard therapies, but these bring a host of side effects with them. Ayurvedic kitchen medicines, used safely […]

  • Menopause Hot Flashes: Causes & Natural Treatment, 02 Aug 2019 in Menopause

    Sheila sits uncomfortable, with sweat beads lining up her brow. She wonders when the others will notice that she is literally burning up. Can they see it? Did it suddenly get hot in here, or is it just her? Just one minute ago, she was perfectly fine, chatting with her colleague in the conference room […]

  • How To Manage Constipation Naturally, 11 Jun 2019 in Constipation

    Natural supplements help your system rebalance itself and help you get rid of constipation.

  • Activate the Vagus Nerve for Great Health, 13 Jul 2018 in Living Well

    When Mahesh Jayaraman, co-founder of Sepalika and Acupressure Therapist, studied a 2000-year old acupressure technique called Varmam in South India nearly a decade ago, his teacher would extol the virtues of washing one’s face with cold water first thing in the morning. It seemed intuitively right to Mahesh then, because it made him feel fresh […]

  • 5 Health Benefits of Chewing 32 Times, 15 Jun 2018 in Living Well

    How many times do you chew every mouthful? It’s a question that most of us are unlikely to have an answer for. We barely pay attention to what we’re eating, let alone how many times we are chewing! And yet, there are many who believe that the secret to great health lies in how many […]

  • Damage To Kidneys: A Side Effect of Proton Pump Inhibitors (PPIs), 23 Feb 2018 in Acid Reflux & Acid Reflux Drug Side Effects

    Millions of people across the globe suffer from occasional or chronic heartburn or gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD.) The most commonly used treatments are over-the-counter and prescription medications aimed at reducing the amount of stomach acid. However, it turns out that regular use of these medications, particularly proton pump inhibitors (PPIs), may be anything but harmless. […]

  • 7 Easy to Make Healthy Vegetable Juice Recipes, 12 Feb 2018 in Living Well

    Here are the best healthy vegetable Juice Recipes. They are a great way to accelerate your weight loss and deal with those crazy hunger pangs. Fruit and veggie juices can help you pack in a punch of nutrients in your diet. They also help in liver detox and liver cleanse so that your body flushes […]

  • What Is The Recommended BMI For Women With PCOS?, 05 Feb 2018 in Awareness & Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome

    A: Determining whether a woman is healthy based solely on their body weight is tricky. It is possible for many women to weigh “healthy” (in terms of pounds or kilos), yet have an unhealthy percentage of body fat. Body Mass Index or BMI is a very good indicator of whether you need to lose (or […]

  • Get To The “Root” Of It: A Guide To Hormonal Hair Loss And Ways To Beat It!, 26 Jan 2018 in Living Well

    Hair loss is a universal problem that is faced by women all over the world. Hair loss can be triggered by a number of causes such as stress, pollution, results of medications used for diseases like cancer etc. One of the common causes of hair loss among women is a hormonal imbalance. Let’s look at […]

  • Cinnamon for PCOS: How It Helps & Tips To Include It In Your Diet, 15 Jan 2018 in Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome & Treatments

    Women in the prime of their reproductive age are increasingly facing a common health problem – Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS.) 1 out of 4 women in India have PCOS. The unhealthy modern lifestyle, stress from various fronts  (work, education and family), and improper dietary habits are all contributing factors to PCOS. It is extremely important to […]

  • Why A Low Carb Diet is Good For PCOS & How To Adapt To It?, 11 Jan 2018 in Diet & Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome

    A: Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) is a condition that is often connected to too much blood sugar and insulin resistance. A low carb diet for PCOS helps in addressing the root cause of this health condition. Let’s understand how. Too much blood sugar leads to too much insulin. Too much insulin leads to too much testosterone, […]

  • Why Is Green Tea So Good For Women With PCOS?, 10 Jan 2018 in Diet & Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome

    Green tea is “liquid magic” for women with PCOS. Several studies have indicated the benefits of green tea for PCOS in reducing its symptoms. First of all, green tea is loaded with powerful antioxidants. PCOS is a chronic condition in which oxidative stress plays a major role. Antioxidants in green tea help in lowering this stress, […]

  • 7 Healthy Snacks To Stock Up On Your Work Desk, 02 Jan 2018 in Living Well

    A healthy snack as a pick-me-up with coffee or tea goes a long way in energizing you during work hours without interfering with your health goals. Most of us make the mistake of reaching out for that bag of chips, or jelly beans or KitKat (Because we are having a break, duh) or other kinds […]