Ayurveda to Improve Digestion According to Ayurveda, the health and integrity of the digestive process is truly the fulcrum of one’s health. Did you know that 74% of Americans are experiencing some form of digestive distress? With optimal digestion being the driver of a healthy immune system, balanced moods, steady energy, stable blood sugar, and
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Average Reading Time: 5 minutes and 10 seconds As part of a series on perfecting digestion, I have shared important lifestyle and herbal tips to get your digestion in tip-top shape. In this article and video, I would like to shed light on the most potent foods I know of that can perfect your digestion.
Average Reading Time: 7 minutes and 2 seconds Did you know that 74% of Americans are experiencing some form of digestive distress? With optimal digestion being the driver of a healthy immune system, balanced moods, steady energy, stable blood sugar, and strong vitality, this is a very disturbing statistic! (1) Tip #1: Eat Three (Not
Average Reading Time: 2 minutes, 34 seconds The effect that our moods, thoughts, feelings and emotions have on digestion and its 100 trillion residents is the new science. (1,2,3) Notably, the effect that our digestion has on the mind and its feelings, thoughts and emotions is just as profound! We live in a new world
According to Ayurveda, there is one sacred substance in the body that governs aging, immunity, radiant skin, vigor, mood, sleep, digestion, spirituality, and physical strength. In Sanskrit, ojas (OH-jas) has two prominent meanings. In the context of physical health and vitality, ojas means “vigor.” In the context of spiritual and emotional well-being, it is referred
Average Reading Time: 2 minutes and 56 seconds With spring right around the corner, there are a few precautions we can take to ensure a healthy and symptom-free spring and summer. You may have noticed the birds are back, scouting out where on your home they will lease nest space. The crocus, which are nature’s
Nature provides the ideal harvest for each season to keep you strong, healthy, energized and focused. In the winter, we naturally crave soups, nuts, warm grains, and other high fat and protein foods such as meat and fish. In the spring, we want salads, berries, and leafy greens — a naturally low-fat diet. And in the
Each spring, nature makes dramatic shifts as part of its New Year strategy for optimal health of all beings. After a long winter of a diet rich in heavy foods and hard-to-digest proteins and fats, we have likely packed on some needed winter insulation. As always, mother nature has a master plan. This plan involves a
Twenty-six percent of people reported constipation in one study by the American Cancer Society that surveyed 1,064,004 men and women(1). Few people realize that constipation significantly increases the risk for colon cancer(2), poor immunity, fatigue and deficiencies.