- The Ayurvedic Approach to Healthy Joints
- Everyday Practice: Hot Water Restart
- College Survival Kit: Help Your Student Thrive
- How to use essential oils in your Ayurvedic life
- Ayurveda for addiction
- For yoga teachers working with dosha in class
- 3 Habits of People with Perfect Digestion
- Keys to kids’ healthy digestion
- Everyday Practice: Yoga Nidra
- Herb Profile: Bacopa
All posts by Dr John Douillard
College Survival Kit: Help Your Student Thrive
College can be one of the most challenging times to stay healthy. Suddenly, things like basic nutrition and sleep are taken for granted, resulting in compromised immunity and making students susceptible to colds, acne, hormonal issues, and...
- Posted August 31, 2015
3 Habits of People with Perfect Digestion
According to Ayurveda, the health and integrity of the digestive process is truly the fulcrum of one’s health. Did you know that 74% of Americans are experiencing some form of digestive distress? With optimal digestion being the...
- Posted August 27, 2015
More Back-to-School Tips Every Parent Must Know (Part 2)
If you didn’t read Part 1 of this article yesterday, be sure to take a look! And now we continue with more tips for back-to-school health… Tip #3: Stay Hydrated In 1850, the average American drank one...
- Posted August 20, 2015
5 Back-to-School Tips Every Parent Must Know (Part 1)
As we prepare our kids for going back to school, many moms and dads are concerned about keeping their kids healthy this winter. More and more parents are asking, “what can I do preventatively now to keep...
- Posted August 19, 2015
Slow Down. You’re Reading Too Fast.
Let me paint a picture for you… Jason was a voracious reader in high school and college. He belonged to book clubs for most of his young adult life because reading, particularly reading fiction, gave him pleasure....
- Posted August 13, 2015
Recipe: Zucchini Soufflé with Watercress Salad
Beat the heat and use up those zukes with this cooling summer zucchini recipe, modified from The Yoga Body Diet by Kristen Schultz Dollard and Dr. John Douillard, DC. Ingredients: 1 large zucchini, thinly sliced 1/2 teaspoon...
- Posted August 9, 2015
Recovering from the Low-Fat Era
After almost 60 years of being told that cholesterol is “Public Health Enemy No. 1,” along with an overwhelming amount of science debunking the “cholesterol theory,” (2,3,4) the prestigious Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee, which sets the FDA’s...
- Posted July 23, 2015
Why meditation was worthy of the Nobel Prize
In 2009, Elizabeth Blackburn won the Nobel Prize for her discovery of the protective caps on chromosomes called, “telomeres.” Every time a cell divides, these protective caps wear down, and over time, the telomeres shorten. As the...
- Posted July 16, 2015
What’s the best workout for your body type?
A recent survey asked the question, “Why is it that 80% of Americans do not exercise regularly?” By far the most common response is that people are too busy and simply can’t find the time. (1) Could...
- Posted July 10, 2015
Breast milk: the original probiotic
Recent research published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition has found over 700 species of beneficial microbes in human breast milk. (1) Perhaps this isn’t so surprising, since the infant gut is actually sterile – containing no...
- Posted July 6, 2015