Luke Coutinho

Luke Coutinho, is a globally renowned and award winning Holistic Lifestyle Coach in the field of Integrative Medicine. He is practising across India, Europe, Middle East and the U.S.A. He is the author of the best seller 'The Great Indian Diet' with Shilpa Shetty, 'Eat smart, Move more, Sleep right' and the Reset Journal.

His last best seller “The Dry Fasting Miracle - From Deprive to Thrive", talks about the immense potential an age old practice like dry fasting holds and how it can be adopted into our lifestyle to heal and prevent diseases.

Luke recently launched his new book with actor Anushka Shetty, 'The Magic Weightloss Pill - Lifestyle' which is now available to pre-order. Luke’s approach towards prevention and healing revolves around the four pillars of good health: Quality Sleep, Balanced Nutrition, Emotional Detox and Adequate Exercise.

He has had great success handling children and adults, dealing with obesity,
lifestyle and disease-related issues across the globe. Luke is an advisor on several school boards and also counsels and facilitates sessions on health, nutrition, lifestyle, disease and cancer for various organisations like YPO, WPO, EO, FICCI world-wide.

A promoter of holistic medicine, Luke has emphasised the use of natural foods along with a change in lifestyle to help alleviate medical conditions. As a cancer care specialist he has been instrumental in helping patients suffer less through chemo and radiation, building immunity and improving the quality of life of his patients.

Using food and lifestyle and a strong focus on emotional health in an integrative manner with doctors, his programs have positively impacted people with cancer around the world with a special focus on 4th stage patients. Luke recently launched The Gurukul of Holistic and Lifestyle Medicine, a system of education that keeps the age-old essence of gurukul intact but also has a practical twist to it. Link - Luke's Gurukul.

Blogs by Luke Coutinho

Luke Coutinho’s Guide on Understanding Obesity Amongst Middle-Aged Women

Luke Coutinho’s Guide on Understanding Obesity Amongst Middle-Aged Women

Mar 06, 2020

Obesity is a bit more complex and different from being overweight and requires a comprehensive understanding - in order to be managed. It is fundamentally a medical problem in which the person happens to gain too much body fat, a person is obese when his/her body mass index or BMI is 30 or higher. Obesity is not a superficial problem and doesn’t act alone.

Luke Coutinho Shares The Nutritional Significance Of Rabi Crops Around Seasonal Harvesting

Luke Coutinho Shares The Nutritional Significance Of Rabi Crops Around Seasonal Harvesting

May 27, 2020

Have you ever wondered about doing something consciously to avoid falling sick during a season change? It’s a sensitive time when a season changes - right from nature to human bodies everything undergoes a change. That is the time when immunity has to be strong and steady. Due to our poor lifestyle and unhealthy eating habits, there’s a lot of disharmony between the natural cycle and the way our bodies react to it. And during such times keeping good health seems a task.

A Deeper Look at Indian Spices with Luke Coutinho

A Deeper Look at Indian Spices with Luke Coutinho

Apr 08, 2020

Let’s imagine a typical spice box that’s commonly found in Indian households. It’s full of vibrant colours, aromas, and tastes. Containing spices like turmeric, jeera (cumin), ajwain (carom seeds), heeng (asafoetida), black pepper, clove, elaichi (cardamom), and many more, this spice box is a complete medicine kit, too. These spices, apart from making our daily meals delicious, can also take care of our immunity, digestion, gut health, acidity, inflammation, pains, metabolism, fat-loss, blood sugar management, lipid control, blood pressure, etc.

Luke Coutinho’s Guide on How Middle-Aged Women Can Manage Obesity

Luke Coutinho’s Guide on How Middle-Aged Women Can Manage Obesity

Mar 06, 2020

The emergence of obesity-related risk factors is quite high with middle-aged women (among the obese). In fact, obese women are more likely to be suffering from chronic diseases like type 2 diabetes, hypertension and cardiovascular diseases. On account of being overweight, the physical activities get negligible and moreover the women seem to take back that makes their bodies more lethargic and immobile. They feel persistent pain in knees, back and other joints that sometimes make them feel low and dependent.