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Do you value health over everything else?
Do you wish to guarantee a long-lasting healthy life for yourself and your loved ones?
Do you feel insecure about the various outbreaks and sicknesses around?
Do you wish to discover health from a new dimension?
Do you wish to celebrate life, relish each moment of it without the fear of illness?
If your answer is YES to any of the questions above, then this book will prove a worthy investment of your time and money.
The book emphasizes some guiding principles on health, tried and tested in the past, although in recent times, they have been forgotten amidst our rat race. The results of such a lifestyle were proved beyond doubt by our ancestors. This book gives a holistic approach to wellness, a manual on the fundamentals of health and longevity. The best part is that the moment you read a particular principle, you will end up wondering, why didn’t I think of this before?
Sriprem is an IT professional, with 13 years of experience, and a B.Tech graduate from NIT, Trichy. He is currently residing in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, with his wife, Jyo, and adorable pet dog, Dhrona, since 2014. An avid practitioner of martial arts, Sri has learned Karate, Kung-Fu, and Taekwondo. Currently, he is an Asst. Instructor under Moo Doo Kwan Taekwondo Academy, Kuala Lumpur and a 2nd Dan Black Belt practitioner. He is an accomplished full marathon runner and a sports enthusiast. His interest includes basketball and badminton. He is also a Varmakalai (ancient Indian martial arts and healing form) practitioner and a Siddha medicine student (ancient Indian herbal medicine form).
He started his IT journey in 2007 as a programmer and later on due to unhealthy lifestyles developed health conditions, which limited his physical activities. In 2014, when he moved to Malaysia for work, he started searching for solutions to his physical illness and found it in Siddha medicine. Once he recovered from his illness, he went on to pursue the same field of medicine on a part-time basis and graduated with a degree in Varmakalai and Advanced Diploma in Siddha Medicine in the next five years. His involvement in this field is the source of inspiration for him to pursue writing.