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While there are many different herbs that are good for boosting your immune system, we are going to talk about five of our favorites here. You can drink each one separately or make a mixed tea with all of them. .
Discover what foods are recommending for your spring shopping list, according to Ayurveda.
Find the food that will best keep you fresh and energized by balancing Kapha in the mud season of early spring.
Coffee is an inseparable part of the day for many of us, but do you know the pros and cons beyond your favorite caffein drink? Learn here about its risks and benefits, and how to drink it the Ayurvedic way.
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!
Lentils are often overlooked, even though they’re an inexpensive way of getting a wide range of nutrients. They help to reduce blood cholesterol since it contains high levels of soluble fiber. Packed with B vitamins, magnesium, zinc and potassium, lentils are also a great source of iron, a mineral that is sometimes lacking in vegetarian diets.
So here is one easy to do,cheap and tasty way to incorporate them in your diet.