Course-1 : Integrative Medicine

Duration- 1 month
Course fee- Rs. 60,000
Deadline for registration-15th March 23
Eligibility criteria- Medical doctors, Healthcare Professionals

Course Description:
Integrative medicine uses an evidence-based approach to treat the whole person — your mind, body and soul. Your physical, emotional, mental and spiritual needs are all involved, so integrative medicine uses a combination of therapies. It “integrates” conventional approaches and complementary therapies to achieve optimal health and healing.
IM few examples are TCM, Body based methods, Energy Medicine, Mind body Medicine and Environmental Medicine.

Course-2 : Healthy and Happy Professionals

Duration- 1 month
Course fee- Rs. 60,000
Deadline for registration-15th March 23
Eligibility criteria-Corporate teams, students, social workers, educationists, young couples, and for family harmony

Course Description: 

The purpose of family wellness is to improve physical fitness, heal bodily dysfunction (internal and external, reduce or eliminate dependence on medications, or delaying of ageing process. Special focus on pre-marital, pre-conception health and pregnancy care. Awareness about the special childcare till age 10yrs.

Goals for employ wellness will include preventing and managing chronic diseases to lower their health and economic burden, improving employee’s quality of holistic life.

SLP Diet For Dengue

SLP Diet For Dengue

Dengue virus is very fatal fever, it falls in the category of very chronicle diseases. Patients suffering from dengue should be diagnosed on time, otherwise any delay in the treatment may lose the life of the patient. Dengue virus occurs due to bite of a specific mosquito and it is a very viral infection. There are huge amount of patients raised in Asian continent who are suffering from dengue virus as per global statistics. In the whole world dengue has become very famous and the ratio of people affecting from dengue is very high.

You may be amazed that hundred million people become the victims of dengue and India is on top in that list. The common symptoms of dengue through which it is observed that one is suffering from dengue are nausea, headaches, joint pain, high fever, vomiting and pain behind eyes. Till current date, there are no vaccinations found out for dengue prevention so dengue is treated with allopathic medicines so far such as paracetamols or analgesics etc. As everyone is aware that dengue virus is fatal disease, so the person having the symptoms of dengue should be admitted to hospital as soon as possible for effective treatment.

Patients suffering from dengue should be diagnosed on time, otherwise any delay in the treatment may lose the life of the patient. The healthier foods are added in the diet plan of dengue patients as patient gets very weak after having heavy dose medicines and less food.

– 25-30 raisins for the pre-breakfast (within 2-3 minutes of waking up).
– For breakfast Yogurt, or desi daliya with milk or egg or yogurt or yakhni.
– Three hours after breakfast fresh apple juice with one table spoon of lemon or natural apple vinegar.
– For lunch brown rice khichiri with yogurt or wheat daliya with shorba.
– Three hours after lunch mix fruits especially papaya, grapes and anar can be taken.
– For dinner again take khichiri with yogurt or wheat daliya.
– Half a cup of green tea with shaker has to be taken three times a day after the meals.
– Boiled potato, corn, yakhni and cheese are also helpful.
– Food should be cooked in white butter or desi ghee.
– Desi chicken yakhni twice daily
– Take Darood sharif charged (dum karke) water to overcome fear.

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SWIPE Eight Rules of Diet Correction

These rules cover dietary discipline and mode of eating. SWIPE 8-Rules of Correct Eating are the basic pillar of disease prevention and reversal by working on homeostasis, circadian rhythms and microbiome health. The primary objective is to harmonize external personal food routine with the internal ongoing biological rhythms. Here are the 8- Rules of Correct Eating:

1. Selection of Predominantly whole foods plant based diet
2. Correct Food Timings
3. Food Rotation
4. Correct Food Combinations
5. How Much To Eat
6. Favourite Foods Should Be Selected
7. Food Temperature
8. Correct Water Intake

1. Selection of Natural Foods

Avoid all processed or un-natural foods, bran products, transfats rich foods, skim milk, white flour based foods and genetically modified foods. Focus on predominantly plant based whole natural foods. Special recommendations are for natural butter, organic poultry, whole grains, raw sugar, nuts, lentils, vegetables, and whole milk.

2. Correct Food Timings

This rule is based on Acupuncture philosophy of circulation of Chi and the rhythm of a human 24-hours body clock located in brain. The most important meals are breakfast and dinner, and we have to be very careful regarding their timings. Breakfast should be taken as early as possible after waking up and breakfast time bracket is 5 a.m. to 9 a.m. Snacky lunch should be between 9-4pm.
From 4 p.m. – 9 p.m. the body is again in the digestive mode so dinner should be eaten during this time. The Liver is rejuvenated or repaired every night between 1 a.m. – 3 a.m. and therefore do not eat any thing during this time.

3. Food Rotation

Avoid repetition of foods, because after a few days, an excess of one food starts accumulating toxic metabolites in our system. The healing value of food starts decreasing and due to ph shift.

4. Correct Food Combinations

Correct food combinations are essentially required for the control of insulin/leptin levels and tissue/blood ph, blood/lymph circulation and body temperature. Simple and complex carbohydrates cannot be mixed because of different digestion time. Therefore all fruits, desserts, juices or soft drinks should be taken either half an hour before the meal or three and half hours after the meals. Another important combination is of combining various food groups, i.e. acidic, alkaline and neutral foods. Try to combine fruits, and nuts from three chemical food groups to keep the blood ph close to neutral, which is essential for the normal function of the liver and biorhythms. Milk, or coffee is one hour before or three to three and half hours after major meals.

5. How Much to Eat

Decide your food portion on your own and listen to your body. If you correct your food timings, your hunger centre will be activated to control your food intake. Don’t indulge yourself into calorie counting, let higher bodies take decisions for your well-being.

6. Favourite Foods Should Be Selected

Listen to your body while selecting from natural foods for your meals, favorite foods reflect biochemical individuality because no two humans are alike.

7. Food Temperature

Temperature of foods and liquids taken is extremely important. You cannot combine warm meals and chilled drinks in the same meal. It puts extra load on your stomach to bring them close to the core temperature before pushing into small intestines

8. Correct Water Intake

Correct water intake is very essential. Before excretion water goes through a complex water metabolism and hence should be taken with care. Avoid cold or chilled water, it impairs cardiovascular circulation. Water intake should vary between 12—18 glasses depending on the weather. Water should be taken 1—15minutes before or one and half hours after a meal.

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SWIPE Personalized Food Plans



SWIPE general food plans are preventive and therapeutic and based on 10 years of independent research of Dr. Shagufta Feroz and Entrain body with ongoing biological rhythms. Predominantly Plant Based food is organized in a manner that gives harmony in the inner environment. SLP food plans are not “DIETS” but a Program, and is a calorie and quantity free plan. If the plan is followed correctly, results obtained are 50-60% over a period of 3-6 months. 

There are a variety of SWIPE general food plans available for adults, toddlers, children, students and pregnant females, besides a Dengue and Ramadan plan.


Personalized food plans include a body-compatible food combination that harmonies circadian rhythms, regulates homeostasis and therefore sleep, and stress besides preventing and healing a disease process. The plan is based on the 8-Rules of Correct Eating, If the plan is followed correctly, results obtained are 80-90% in 3-6 months.

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• Within first 2-3 minutes of waking up, only if there is an interval of 45min. between waking up and azan. For presehri you need to sleep at night otherwise take sehri directly and skip the pre-sehri. If you are following SLP take pre-breakfast as pre-sehri otherwise select from
the SLP adult food plan. Choose four options and take one option a day and follow a rotational pattern. If you wake up one hour before, then 30 minutes after first pre sehri take yogurt or lasi and 5 to 10 minutes later sehri can be eaten. If you do not sleep then skip first pre sehri and start from water and yogurt.
• Water intake is before sehri, therefore you can take 2-4 glasses between pre-sehri and sehri.
• Tea can be taken 5-10 minutes before taking sehri meal


• Do not take bakar khani, pheoni, pratha in sehri. Take roti or whole wheat bread with egg, kabab, potato cutlets or bhujia, cheese, butter, honey, salan or yogurton a four days rotational plan. Aloo ka pratha is better than the plain pratha, it can be taken only twice a week.
If you do not feel like eating heavy meal, you can opt between wheat daliya, milk shake, yogurt shake, yogurt and shaker but do take a very fulfilling sehri.
• Few sips of green Tea with little shaker after the sehri.
• Patients with various ailments can take the medicines after food with little water.


Avoid white flour products and do not mix sweet and salty foods together.
• If break your fast with sweet foods like dates, fruit chat, milk drinks, juices, lasi, shakes, cold coffee or lemonade then take your salty snacks or dinner after 30-60 minutes. Water or tea has to be taken before dinner. Take salty aftari with your dinner or break your fast with salty foods like pakorey, chana chat, dahi barey but no dates and drinks. Now fruits or desserts will come three and half hours after the dinner.
• Do not skip dinner because eleven months you body is in a habit of taking dinner. If you want to enjoy aftar parties only two days a week skip dinner and take a heavy aftari (pakorey, chana chat, dahibarey, kababs, cutlets, chicken, sandwiches, noodles or pasta).
• Frying should be in the mustard oil or desi ghee


Routine meal which means roti or fried rice with salan, yogurt and kachumar and then little green tea with shakar.


If awake for 3-4 hours after the dinner then can take warm milk with shakar, mix fruits, dessert or mix nuts before sleep.


You have to manage about 12-16 glasses of water in summer and about 10-12 in winter, and avoid taking water with or after the meals

SWIPE (SLP)Immune Boosting Therapies

These therapies are a combination of various therapies like detox, ozone therapy, blood electrification, magnetic pulsar, colloidal silver, Rife frequencies, and TBSW generators along with a nutrients loaded SWIPE Food plan. The aims and objectives are to cure the root causes by improving digestion for formation of good quality blood, immunity enhancement, mind relaxation, liver rejuvenation, and homeostasis in internal environment. The outcome is cessation of inflammation leading to the disease process and its complications. In mild to moderate ailments after few sessions of getting treatment, reversal of disease starts happening or it helps improving patient’s quality of life. The treatment is composed of 10-20 sessions of about 2 hours duration spread over a period of 2-3 months.

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