Average Reading Time: 1 minute, and 38 seconds One of the no-no’s of Ayurveda is drinking water with meals. Sipping room temperature water with a meal is helpful, but drinking water in quantity during meals is not allowed. Sadly, this mandate has obscured a very important practice linking drinking water […]
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Possibly the most prevalent health concerns that people experience are digestion-related. In Ayurveda, it is said that 80% of all disease can be attributed to digestive imbalance. An accurate understanding of digestion requires an evaluation of each aspect of the digestive process. Poor lymphatic circulation and stress can also directly impact digestive strength, and must be evaluated to restore optimal digestive health. While most folks just remove the hard-to-digest foods from their diet, we aim to reset the digestive strength that you deserve.
Average Reading Time: 7 minutes, and 24 seconds With spring upon us, this is the time to reset our ability to burn fat. Each season and its harvest has an important role in maintaining good health. Winter stores fat, proteins, vitamins and minerals to rebuild and insulate. Spring, as illustrated […]
Average Reading Time: 8 minutes, 23 seconds Lately, I have been fascinated by the eating habits of the relatively disease-free ancient humans compared to the diet of today’s modern humans. And while the subject of how many proteins versus carbohydrates we should eat is highly debated, many experts believe that […]
Average Reading Time: 6 minutes Understanding the lymphatic system provides insights into the body’s profound ability to care for itself. In Ayurveda it is the first system we treat, but in the west, it is simply not addressed until a frightening diagnosis is made. Perhaps the most forgotten, under-studied and […]
In a recent study published in the journal Nature, Danish researchers measured the intestinal microbes of 169 obese and 123 non-obese adults. The findings on the microbes weight loss connection may surprise you! According to the newest research in this area, gut microbial diversity (the presence of numerous strains of […]