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Essential Oil Support Through the Rainy Season

Here is some great advice from our resident aromatherapy expert Beverley on supporting yourself through this rainy season. For the rainy and humid season where lethargy kicks in, Essential oil blends can help to provide balance and support.

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Hot Corn Salad Bowl

I've talked about corn many times it's a drying food and a great addition to your diet during the rainy season it's a great way to reduce water retention and blood pressure. It's a delicious dish and can be enjoyed by everyone at this time of the year.

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Health Tips for the Rainy Season

Our body is more susceptible to disease because the rain reduces our immune system, it's a great time to pick up colds, viruses, and coughs. We become more affected through this season and this impacts all of our bodies systems, infections, digestive problems, and tiredness. Humidity also plays its part in the rainy season which is important when we consider our digestions.

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Divine Food & Recipes31st of July 2019

Sweet Ayurveda Sesame Flat Bread

These are so delicious you can eat them as they are, but they can be eaten with sweet or savory dishes and work really well with dhals, curries, and veggie dishes. They are best when eaten fresh after cooking and very moreish.

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Divine Food & Recipes29th of July 2019

Delicious Ayurveda Sweet Rice, Rocket & Mushrooms

This is a simple, delicious and a great purifying dish as it's easy to digest and it brings a sattvic, comforting quality to the body. Its really easy to make and you can add other ingredients if you like.

Daily Health Concerns29th of July 2019

Summer Heat and Insomnia According to Ayurveda

High-speed summer metabolism burns up your bodily reserves of energy. As you sweat throughout the day, and cumulatively over the summer months, your storehouse of fluids & electrolytes becomes depleted.

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Daily Health Concerns29th of July 2019

Everyday Vegetarian for Health

Vegetarians generally eat eggs and dairy products like milk and butter. Some vegetarians don't eat eggs, but the majority do consume milk and butter. Vegetarians are not the same as Vegans, where they are strict when it comes to egg, milk, or other foods and any ingredients that came from animals.

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Daily Health Concerns29th of July 2019

Ayurveda & Magnesium in your Diet

Like most vitamins, magnesium’s role is primarily regulatory. It allows enzymes to function properly, which in turn enable a vast majority of the body’s chemical reactions. In this article, we will be able to see the role of magnesium in our body and where to get it best according to Ayurveda

Daily Health Concerns29th of July 2019

Ayurveda & Importance of Vitamin C

Increasing your Vitamin C is really an effective way to boost our immune system from factors that will imbalance our doshas. The problem is by using supplements to get it can leave side effects to our bodies, in higher doses of vitamin C (greater than 2,000 milligrams per day for adults) may cause kidney stones, nausea, and diarrhea.

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Daily Health Concerns29th of July 2019

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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Daily Health Concerns29th of July 2019

Ayurveda Eating to Help Prevent Acid Reflux

According to Ayurveda, the consumption of Pitta (fire) aggravating foods and foods of incompatible nature (virudh aahar) spoils all the doshas, mainly pitta dosha. When doshas get vitiated it produces heating toxins that are expelled upwards into the food pipe causing heartburn.

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Daily Health Concerns29th of July 2019

PMS A Comprehensive Guide According to Ayurveda

Premenstrual syndrome (PMS) is a condition that affects a woman’s emotions, physical health, and behavior during certain days of the menstrual cycle, generally just before her menses. It is a very common condition. Its symptoms affect up to 85 percent of menstruating women. It must impair some aspect of your life for your doctor to diagnose you.

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Daily Health Concerns28th of July 2019

Ayurveda & Vata Headaches

According to Ayurveda if you have a headache that is not consistent, that moves around that throbs with a pulsating pain and tightening like a belt around your head, you are likely to be having a Vata type headache.

Daily Health Concerns27th of July 2019

Ayurveda & Pitta Headaches

As all ayurvedic diagnosis, we are always looking at the imbalance of the body type and Pitta headaches are often linked to imbalances in the stomach and intestines, such as acid indigestion, hyperacidity or heartburn.

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Daily Health Concerns27th of July 2019

Ayurveda to Help Overcome Tiredness

Almost everyone has to work long hours these days, sacrificing rest and sleep. This may cause temporary or even chronic tiredness or fatigue. It refers to a feeling of weariness or lack of energy. This condition can be remedied by adequate rest.

Daily Health Concerns27th of July 2019

Plants and Nut Milk According to Ayurveda

The additions of antibiotics and hormone treatments have corrupted the cow's milk which now is considered a factor in heart disease and create inflammation. Many human beings are intolerant and unable to digest cow’s milk.

Daily Health Concerns26th of July 2019

Ayurveda & Kapha Headaches

The Kapha headache is a dull, heavy, thick headache, so we need to look at lightening and refreshing and use products that can cut through the heaviness, helping to ease the state of these symptoms.

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Divine Food & Recipes25th of July 2019

Pitta Quinoa, Feta and Avocado Salad

Pitta, Quinoa, Feta and Avocado Salad. I have also added info for the other doshas, so don't be put off by the 'Pitta' title. Read through and adapt it for yourself.

Divine Food & Recipes19th of July 2019

Pitta Dosha Dinner - Potato & Celery Subji

Pitta Dosha Dinner - Potato & Celery Subji . Subji, which can also be considered a side dish, to eat with tofu, tempeh, or paneer, is a really versatile addition to your meal choices. You can experiment with trying different subji to create some delicious changes.

Ayurveda & Rasayana 18th of July 2019

Rasayana Focus on Breath

Rasayana Focus on Breath. Rasayana is simple terms means rejuvenation ... its an ancient set of practices in relation to Rasayana herbs that keeps the body, and mind youthful.

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