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Recipe: Winter Day Minestrone Soup
I think the best winter warmer food is minestrone. A simple traditional Italian soup...
- Posted December 17, 2015
Open, Sesame: The Magic of the Little Seed
Sesame seeds and sesame oil have been used as a medicine for thousands of...
- Posted December 12, 2015
4 Surprising Ways that Ayurveda Can Aid Poor Digestion
Are you experiencing heaviness, bloating, and pain upon elimination? Do you also suffer from...
- Posted November 27, 2015
5 Tips to Feel Great after Thanksgiving Dinner
It’s Thanksgiving! Here are a couple of great tips to make sure you feel...
- Posted November 26, 2015
How to Eat Meat
A common question from people new to Ayurveda is… if I do this Ayurvedic...
- Posted November 4, 2015
Summer Kitchen Sadhana with Your Dehydrator
As far as I can tell, summer living foods sadhana has a lot to...
- Posted August 17, 2015
Ayurveda Basics: Ayurvedic Diet
A key component of an Ayurvedic lifestyle is following an Ayurvedic diet. An Ayurvedic...
- Posted August 5, 2015
Herb Profile: Chyavanprash
Chyavanprash is a traditional Ayurvedic herbal jam made in a base of amalaki fruit,...
- Posted May 18, 2015
Eating for Your Ayurvedic Body Type
When people first get into Ayurveda, they inevitably become a little obsessed with their...
- Posted May 1, 2015
Herb Profile: Trikatu
Trikatu translates as “three pungents”, and contains the herbs pippali, ginger, and black pepper....
- Posted April 27, 2015