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When it comes to food and diet, there are seemingly endless options and opinions. Here are some ways that you can use Ayurveda to find the modern diet for you.
There’s a big drive in our society towards perfectionism, but it’s helpful to remember that recipes are guidelines—there for inspiration, but not set in stone.
How you cook your food impacts the way it tastes and more. Learn the Ayurvedic perspective on food preparation so you can feel like a Jedi kitchen master.
No matter what is in your pantry or available at your local grocery or farmers market, here are five basic principles to keep in mind when preparing your meals.
When used wisely, fermentation can boost digestion and support our overall health. Explore the best ways to enjoy fermented foods from an Ayurvedic perspective.
Fresh dairy from the farm is not always possible. So, what can we do? Here is some information on milk and milk alternatives from an Ayurvedic perspective.
Kitchari is a dish of mung dal, basmati rice, and spices. Compared to today's diet trends, it might seem unusual, but here's why kitchari is ideal for cleansing.
How do you eat well in our busy, modern world? Planning meals for the week ahead can set you up for success and save time, money, and food waste along the way.
Ayurveda has long emphasized the connection between the gut and the brain. The enteric nervous system plays a vital role in this connection, affecting mood, health, and even your gut feelings.
Our diet is one of our biggest allies in cultivating immune health. Read this article to learn how you can refine your diet to support optimal immune function.
Approach the holidays with more joy and less indigestion with our festive menu! These delicious holiday recipes can please a crowd while upholding the Ayurvedic principles of healthy eating.
Do you drink coffee? This blog entry explores the qualities of coffee, as well as when it’s okay for you to indulge and when it’s time for you to take a break.
Fall is a great time for spices. When used skillfully, spices can not only flavor our food, but can also support our journey towards greater health and balance.
How do we know what type of digestive fire we have? We created this fun and easy agni quiz to help you find out. When you’re done, keep reading to understand your results!
Almond milk deeply nurtures all the tissues of the body. Making it yourself is surprisingly easy and a great way to harness almond milk’s vitality or prana.
This tasty smoothie with tulsi and ginger is perfect for de-cluttering the mind, soothing the nerves, supporting healthy energy, and helping you feel amazing.
Vibrant immunity requires a robust digestive fire, or “agni.” When you give your agni wholesome food, the nourishment passes from the digestive tract to your entire body by way of the seven tissues.
It’s hard to know if there were dietary trends at the time of Ayurveda’s origin over 5,000 years ago, but it’s safe to say that the traditional Ayurvedic kitchari cleanse has stood the test of time.
Together, garlic and ginger cover many of the bases necessary to thrive all winter long. Learn how they act as potent allies during the colder times of year.
Ayurveda does not use a one-diet-fits-all approach, but there are ways to plan meals for your unique constitution. Find out more about choosing foods based on the doshas and your environment.
An evening routine is essential in Ayurveda. Check out these "supermilk" recipes with different ingredients to help you achieve the perfect bedtime vibe.
Paying attention to your digestion can be a major clue to your health. That's because in Ayurveda strong digestion, or agni, is considered the root of all imbalances or the seed of health.
Ayurvedic cleansing has been around for thousands of years. Check out this real-life, inspirational story of how cleansing helped one woman develop a more positive relationship with food.
Perfectionism can get in the way of healthy cleansing. Learn why the "no pain, no gain" mentality is just one more thing to eliminate as you start your cleanse.