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The All-Time Favourite Kimbalaki Soup

Heres everyone 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.

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Easy Ginger Granola

Easy Ginger Granola. Kapha should keep the bowl as dry as possible with no yogurt added. Serve with non-dairy milk and a spoon of nondairy yogurt. You can add some dried fruits if you like, mix in after it has been cooked and cooled.

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Ayurveda Daily Health – Sore Dry Eyes

Ayurveda shows a different approach to treating Dry Eye Syndrome. Because dry eyes syndrome is due to vitiated Vata dosha the aim of Ayurveda is to maintain the balance of the same. We must look at the reasons why Vata is out of balance.


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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What is Ayurveda?

What is Ayurveda? Directly translated means ‘The Science of Life’ It's one of the oldest forms of healing the world has known with its origins dating back seven thousand years, yet is still relatively unknown in the UK. Ayurveda is a system of medicine and a philosophy for living in harmony with nature.

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Prevention of constipation #5

Of course! Prevention is always better than cure! Follow these tips to prevent constipation from becoming something more serious. Constipation that is untreated leads to alma in the body which leads to more serious problems.


Veg with Millet Dauphinous

Millet is rich in vitamin B, calcium, iron, potassium, and zinc it's a great protein and gluten-free. You might have seen millet in the health food store, and maybe not sure how to use it, have a go, it's really good for this time of the year.

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Sweet Potato Fries with Ayurveda Herbs

If you like the ordinary potato French fries you will love these sweet potato herb fries. They are roasted rather than deep-fried, which brings out the flavour of the herbs and roasted in Ghee, offering another classic Ayurveda addition.


Agni and Ama Ayurveda Digestive System

Ayurveda has described an important factor of digestion and metabolism in our body as Agni I like to describe it at the fire in the belly. Agni is what Ayurveda describes as the digestive fire and metabolic process of transforming food into nourishment.

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Millet and Bean Ayurveda Bowl

Mosty whole grains and millets are highly nutritious and offer many potential health benefits to the body Millets are particularly high in minerals like iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium and fiber which are essential for good health especially the heart.


Braised Broccoli and Green Peppers

Ayurveda informs us that less is more and this dish is another example of eating the simplest of foods. Broccoli is considered a superfood because of all its antioxidant properties. This dish is not ideal for Vata types, but once in a while and by adding more oil, it will be more acceptable.

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Cabbage and Spring Onion Ayurveda Purifying Bowl

A purifying simple soup that is full of nutritious ingredients to help cleanse the liver, Ayurveda uses all types of cabbages in the cooking, its a good way to help reduce weight and add to a purifying programme. Light and simple.


A Bowl of Veggie Ayurveda Goodness

The staple of a nutritious Ayurveda diet, everyone is becoming aware of the value to body, mind, and spirit when we add more veggies to our meals.

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Simple Ayurveda Versatile Chapatis

Simple filled Ayurveda Chapatis can be a boon when you need something quick, tasy and easy to make, especially when you have a selection of veggies and salads and people can make their own favourite fillings.

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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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Another Cabbage Powerhouse Bowl

This recipe is completely different from the previous cabbage dish but just as delicious and incredibly nutritious and great for detoxing, this one has a sweet and sour flavour to it. Cabbage is best for Pitta and Kapha types, its energetics are dry and cold, with a sweet taste.

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Light Millet Porridge for Breakfast

Millets energetics are sweet, astringent, dry, light and hot, so it's not really a good idea to eat this during hot mid summer days. But when I was staying in a log cabin in the high of summer the mornings were really cold, I welcomed this now and again. eat it wisely.

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Tofu & Veg Muffin/Bun/Toast Filling/Spread

There is such a lot of controversy about tofu, I'm going to do a full bog on it soon. But for the time being tofu energetics are considered to be dry, cold and heavy with an astringent taste. So taking this into account its fine for Vata and Pitta but not for Kapha.

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The Ayurvedic Potential of Ether/Space is found in the Vata Dosha

The Ayurvedic Potential of Ether/Space is found in the Vata Dosha. This element is the primordial birthplace of all creation and in Ayurvedic terms our source of connection to the cosmos.

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Asparagus, Leek , Celery and Basil Soup

inspired to get a bunch each of asparagus, leeks, and basil. So, as usual, I rarely measure anything but add things as I go along. This was a delicious but quite unusual soup and I hope you like it.

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