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4 Ayurvedic books to read in self-isolation

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Whether you’re in a nightmare or blissful solitude, our team will share 4 mind-altering, lifechanging books of health and wellbeing. And the best part is you can order all of them from Amazon and wait in the comfort of your own home or even better buy it digitally for Kindle and enjoy right away!

1.Ayurveda: The Science of Self Healing: A Practical Guide by Vasant Lad
Timeless and illuminating, this book has all that you need for your ayurvedic journey. It is a quick and engaging book that gives an overview of Ayurveda and practical tips for improving health and consciousness.

2.Ayurveda (Idiot's Guides) by Sahara Rose Ketabi and Deepak Chopra MD
A great way to start and get to know Ayurveda. This book is well-organized, tons of information, and easy to read. It has some great practical suggestions and useful tips for the modern person.

3.Ayurveda Beginner's Guide: Essential Ayurvedic Principles and Practices to Balance and Heal Naturally by Susan Weis-Bohlen
Look at the title and back at me, now back at the tittle… Joke aside this book is essential for every ayurvedic practitioner. It has a bit of everything and all that you need to start your lifestyle, but also some wisdom and tips to get you further if you are already practicing this ancient holistic system. It is a book that you can come back and reference it along your journey.

4.The Everyday Ayurveda Cookbook: A Seasonal Guide to Eating and Living Well by Kate O'Donnell
What would be an Ayurvedic reading list without a cookbook? For may the nutrition is what drives their Ayurvedic healing process and that is understandable. Keeping digestion on track and eating natural, homemade foods in accordance with personal constitution and seasons is often all that is needed to bring a body back into balance. And this book has everything to make your food both delicious and healing for mind, body, and soul!

About the author

Lilia Asenova

Ayurvedic Nutrition Adviser

Graduated Ayurvedic Nutrition School in London and with 15 years of experience in Ayurvedic healthy and healing nutrition. Lilia is a content consultant for media, owned by a big pharmaceutical company.

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