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Autumn & Winter Warmers with Recipes22nd of October 2021

Ayurveda and Autumn

According to Ayurveda as we move through the rainy season which holds many health problems as discussed in the Rainy Season section, we move into Autumn which according to the Vedic calendar is late Sept to Mid November.

Daily Health Concerns4th of November 2020

Ayurveda & Obesity # 2

Digestive Fire & Tissues according to Ayurveda. When we make choices in our diet and lifestyle that weaken the digestive fire, this in turns increases toxins in our bodies, clogging the communication channels shrotas and thereby disrupting the formation of tissues.

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Daily Health Concerns3rd of November 2020

Ayurveda Herbs to help with Obesity #4

Ayurveda also gives us a pharmacopeia of herbs to help support us. Always ask your health practitioner for the correct herbs for you. This list can help you in your journey to reduce obesity.

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Dip In Ayurveda Articles 1st of November 2020

Healthy Snacks for Vata

Many Vata people cannot easily digest large meals and may need to supplement their diet by snacking once a day at a regular time.

Autumn & Winter Warmers with Recipes30th of October 2020

Quick & Tasty Beanburgers

Beans are a great source of protein and Ayurveda uses them in many dishes especially the age-old kitchadi which marries bean and grain. This is another great way to user beans in a simple beenburger which everyone will love.

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Autumn & Winter Warmers with Recipes28th of October 2020

Sweet Potato & Paneer Curry

Everyone likes a curry and especially in the winter season. You will find lots of masala recipes on this site but I've included a simple curry mix, so easy to make and keep in a jar to use again.

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Daily Health Concerns28th of October 2020

Ayurveda & Healthy Snacks

Eat light foods for your Dosha that are easy to digest. Wheat crackers, cheese, granola, and nuts can be generally too heavy for snacking. Here's what the suggestible snacks according to your body type:

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Autumn & Winter Warmers with Recipes25th of October 2020

The Autumn Season Ayurveda Energetics & Tastes

Autumn brings with it the Vata qualities which will affect all doshas, it seems like common sense but if you look at the way this season affects us, you will begin to understand the concept of Ayurveda and the seasonal changes.

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Autumn & Winter Warmers with Recipes24th of October 2020

Sweet Potatoes, Kale & Ginger Hash

Sweet potatoes are a lighter food than most other foods that we chose when we need something more substantial and they are kind to the digestive system, they are rich in complex carbohydrates so they are less likely to add extra weight if you are careful in quantities.

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Essential Docs & Dinacharya22nd of October 2020

Dinacharya Brushing the Teeth by Dr Arya

Our resident Dr Arya gives us some specialist advice of brushing our teeth from an Ayurvedic perspective, with a recipe that you can mix yourself. The Ayurvedic sages knew that the natural twigs and herbs contained antibacterial qualities that helped to protect the gums. If only we did that nowadays, rather than relying on commercial toothpaste.

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Autumn & Winter Warmers with Recipes22nd of October 2020

Kidney Beans & Cumin Stew

Another delicious winter warmer and using cumin means that you get lots o health benefits, too many to mention but here's a few cumin particularly promotes a healthy digestion and is a rich source of iron.

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Autumn & Winter Warmers with Recipes21st of October 2020

Easy Spicy Black Bean Stew

This is a take of a veggie chili, but without the Quorn mince. Its packed with protein and should satisfy everyone's appetite. Its such a good winter warmer and for those who like it extra hot, not Pitta types, you can add extra chili flakes or add a fresh one for extra punch.

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Essential Docs & Dinacharya20th of October 2020

Dinacharya Daily Drinking Warm Water

Water is one of the most important substances that we need to sustain on this earth. The element water, called “apas” in Sanskrit, is the fourth of the five great elements (pancha mahabhutus).

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Essential Docs & Dinacharya19th of October 2020

Dinacharya Nasya Nasal Treatment

Nasya is one among the Panchakarma (5 Purification therapies) procedures where the medicine is instilled through the nostrils. The nose is the only route through which the medicine reaches the head. Nasya helps in purifying the area above the neck.

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Dip In Ayurveda Articles 18th of October 2020

Our Favourite Kimbalaki Soup Video

This is my mum and here is hers and everyone's favourite soup and really easy recipe. This video was recorded about 5 years ago and my mum has passed since then, but she always loved this soup and each time I watch it, it reminds me of her and the things that helped her feel well.

Good Simple Veggie Bowls18th of October 2020

Ginger & Chili Mushroom Veggie Bowl

All these dishes are based on simple, easy, nutritious ingredients, all with a herb or spicy accent. Spicy food raises your body temperature, you can warm up with these healthy and easy to prepare spicy veggie recipes

Autumn & Winter Warmers with Recipes17th of October 2020

Root Veg with Ginger, Fennel & Leaves

This is a delicious dish a great one for using the autumn veg that's available in this season. The ginger in this dish is perfect for the Autumn season, here are the energetics of ginger, Ayurveda sees ginger as a major health and medicinal rhizome and is used in many ayurvedic recipes, here are the energetics of ginger.

Dip In Ayurveda Articles 17th of October 2020

Day to Day Connections with Nature

Day to Day Harmony with Nature. What’s goes on around us has a great influence on what goes on within us. What does that mean? It means being in harmony with nature also affects our body and mind. Daily Sadhanas are a way of living in harmony with nature which can influence our everyday life for better health.

Dip In Ayurveda Articles 16th of October 2020

Heat & Headaches According to Ayurveda

Heat & Headaches According to Ayurveda. In Ayurveda, we look at health problems completely differently from regular medicines. There is always the body constitution to consider ... not one pill for all that's for sure.

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