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- Balance Your Life with Alternate Nostril Breathing
- Discover the Food Combining Secrets of Ayurveda and Radiate Health
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- Cooling Tea Recipes- So You’re Not a Monster this Summer
- How to Make Your Love Life Sizzling Hot
- Interview with a Vedic Scholar: Dr. David Frawley
- 7 Essential Ayurvedic Tips for Stress Reduction
- Copper: The Next “Fountain of Youth”?
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Gluten Free Coconut and Cilantro Savory Pancake
Shake things up and experiment with Coconut and Cilantro Savory Pancakes. Unlike your average run-of-the-mill pancakes, it’s impossible to resist Coconut and Cilantro Savory Pancakes as you hear them sizzle in the pan. Sprinkled with chewy coconut...
- Posted February 28, 2016
Recipe: Spiced Black Bean Chili with Molasses and Chipotle
Spices and Dry Lungs Spices are light, drying, and stimulating. They stimulate your heart and dilate your blood vessels, improving circulation and warming up your body. Beans can be boorish without a boost from the exotic aromas...
- Posted February 21, 2016
Recipe: Potato-Leek Soup with Fennel Seeds and Red Pepper Flakes
If “fresh bright green” had a taste, it would be this Potato-Leek Soup with Fennel Seeds and Red Pepper Flakes. Smooth, rich and refined, this creamy soup is only made more enticing by the spicy sizzle of...
- Posted February 14, 2016
Recipe: Salmon Burgers
Vitality, strength, and salty hardiness are the essence of a Salmon Burger. Bright lemon zest awakens your appetite for this hearty meal. Have a long, hard day ahead? A Salmon Burger is just what you need to...
- Posted February 7, 2016
Recipe: Swiss Chard and Onion Tacos
By late January, as temperatures reach a low point, the body is already preparing for spring. Corn should replace wheat as the primary grain this time of year. In these Swiss Chard and Onion Tacos, the corn...
- Posted January 24, 2016
Recipe: Pickled Garlic
Pickled garlic is an ideal tonic for January. Our ancestors survived on pickled and preserves as supplies dwindled into late winter. The sourness of vinegar cleanses the liver, while garlic moves stagnant blood. Here’s our easy-to-make pickled garlic...
- Posted January 17, 2016
Recipe: Holiday Spice Blend-Churna
Churnas and chutneys are blends of spices, herbs and/or fruits that include all six Ayurvedic tastes: sweet, pungent, salty, astringent, sour & bitter. Incorporating all six tastes balances the body and satisfies the palette. Each taste has...
- Posted December 20, 2015
Recipe: Mulled Spiced Wine (or Cider)
Warm, sweet, and refreshingly spicy, Mulled Spiced Wine is a traditional toasty remedy for cold winter nights. The dark, alluring burgundy shade of red wine warms you right up, dilates your blood vessels, and relaxes your entire...
- Posted December 13, 2015
Recipe: Glazed Sweet and Spicy Pecans
Pecans are high in tannins, which are astringent and hot. Roasting or soaking pecans helps neutralize tannins and mellow the bitterness of pecans, making them more suitable for Vata types with constipation, gas, or bloating. The sweetness...
- Posted November 22, 2015
Recipe: Sweet Potato and Spicy Pecan Crisp
Country-home Sweet Potato and Spicy Pecan Crisp is a satisfying way to spend an evening before the fire. Recline in your favorite easy chair as you enjoy soft, comforting sweet potatoes. This treat will fill your home with...
- Posted November 15, 2015