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Earthy beets, sweet apple and unmistakable flavor of fennel all dressed with a flavorful vinaigrette and topped with orange juice & nuts dressing. It’s a flavor sensation!
Especially in households where each person is a different dosha, these spice mixes called "churnas" can help balance out meals that are either tri-doshic or, say, too Vata for the Kapha in the family. Sprinkle these on foods for a touch of flavour that your body will thank you for!
Maintaining a healthy lifestyle and diet is of utmost importance for women’s health especially during her fertile life stage as it affects women’s progeny as well.
According to Ayurveda, most women’s imbalances are imbalances of Vata. Why? Because women generally are more prone to various health issues due to changes in the body happening on a monthly basis, from the first period to the last.
This asana is known to make you focused and resilient when you feel unsure and shaken. It lifts your chest and deepens the breathing, helping feeling grounded.The Fish Pose makes your back and abdomen stronger and brightens your mood.
Utkatasana is commonly referred to as “chair pose” since it resembles a person seating in an invisible chair ;
It also sometimes called "mighty pose" which comes from the the meaning behind the sanskrit name of the asana.
Pitta people need to meditate in order to release anger and aggression and to release their desire to control life. Pittas usually have good concentration and can meditate more easily than other types.