This section has links and downloads of publications by Dr Beri, and by several other scientist and physicians across the globe that have brought to light the scientific evidence and health benefits of yoga, yogic techniques, meditations, sound healing mindfulness and plant based diets in healthcare.

(updated regularly)

K Beri - 2016 - Future Science

Commentary Beri above are seen [11]. There is a reduction of antioxidant enzymes in skin

with age including Cu, Zn-superoxide dismutase (SOD), catalase and glutathione

peroxidase [12]. For human skin fibroblasts, senescence results in reduced collagen and …

K Beri - International journal of yoga, 2017 -

Cancer has recently been known to originate from stem cell-like cells, called cancer stem

cells (CSCs). Their unique properties of self-duplication, multiplication, as well as migration

give the CSC resistance over conventional cancer therapies. Newer therapies are in …

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K Beri - Future science OA, 2018 - Future Science

Regenerative Medicine has reached a new frontier, and understanding the concept of

energy medicine and vibration science in relation to body physiology could provide us with a

deeper understanding of the cellular processes that govern healing and perhaps unlock …

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KMC Ruff, ER Mackenzie - Explore: The Journal of Science and …, 2009 -

By now it is clear to everyone—economists, lawmakers, health professionals, and the public—

that healthcare reform is an urgent need, a national emergency that requires immediate and

focused attention. Costs continue to spiral out of control, large numbers of Americans are …

Cited by 62 Related articles All 7 versions


MMP Demarzo, A Cebolla, J Garcia-Campayo - General hospital psychiatry, 2015 - Elsevier

Objective Evidence regarding the efficacy of mindfulness-based interventions (MBIs) is

increasing exponentially; however, there are still challenges to their integration in healthcare

systems. Our goal is to provide a conceptual framework that addresses these challenges in …

Cited by 54 Related articles All 10 versions


MJ Goodman, JB Schorling - The International Journal of …, 2012 -

Objective: Healthcare providers are under increasing stress and work-related burnout has

become common. Mindfulness-based interventions have a potential role in decreasing

stress and burnout. The purpose of this study was to determine if a continuing education …

Cited by 336 Related articles All 8 versions


RA Gotink, P Chu, JJV Busschbach, H Benson… - PloS one, 2015 -

Background Mindfulness-based therapies are being used in a wide range of common

chronic conditions in both treatment and prevention despite lack of consensus about their

effectiveness in different patient categories. Objective To systematically review the evidence …

Cited by 434 Related articles All 24 versions


TS Mars, H Abbey - International Journal of Osteopathic Medicine, 2010 - Elsevier

Background Mindfulness may be viewed as a supra-cognitive state of consciousness

focussed on the decentred, objective and compassionate observation of transient mental

and physical phenomena that may be attained through meditation practices. Mindfulness

Cited by 138 Related articles All 5 versions


M Cullen - Mindfulness, 2011 - Springer

Mindfulness-based stress reduction and healthcare utilization in the inner city: preliminary findings.

Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine, 8, 60–66.PubMedGoogle Scholar. Ruff, K., &

Mackenzie, E. (2009). The role of mindfulness in healthcare reform: a policy paper …

Cited by 346 Related articles All 12 versions


A Martín-Asuero, G García-Banda - The Spanish journal of …, 2010 -

This semi-experimental study examines how Mindfulness facilitates a distress reduction in a

group of health professionals. The sample comprises 29 professionals seeking stress

reduction who undertook an 8 weeks psico-educative intervention, involving 28 hours of …

Cited by 148 Related articles All 16 versions

B Roth, TW Stanley - Alternative therapies in health and …, 2002 -

$425? billion, with additional indirect costs associated with mor- bidity and mortality.22 A decrease

in visits for chronic illness would represent a significant savings in overall heathcare expen-

diture. Costly inpatient hospitalizations also could be avoided if chronic health problems were …

Cited by 124 Related articles All 3 versions


NO Ndubisi - Journal of Business Research, 2012 - Elsevier

This paper draws from the mindfulness theory in examining the effects of service reliability

(including reliable health information and care), pre-emptive conflict handling, and customer

orientation on customer satisfaction and loyalty in healthcare service delivery in Malaysia. A …

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S Praissman - Journal of the American Academy of Nurse …, 2008 - Wiley Online Library

… Learning MBSR. The Center for Mindfulness in Medicine, Healthcare, and Society outlines

teacher qualification but stresses that an integrative, holistic, dynamic process involving

MBSR principles and the teacher's personal attributes occurs …

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