Beat burping, bloating, and generally being gassy with the right foods and Ayurvedic supplements and herbs, including ginger, cumin, coriander, fennel, cardamom, red beet powder, fenugreek, cinnamon, and shilajit.
What Ayurveda says about sleep, plus daily Ayurvedic practices (for morning, noon, and night) that will help you get good zzzs.
John Douillard interviews author Scott Carney on how to tolerate a little more discomfort (which can be a good thing). Also, read more on the role mindfulness plays in controlling knee-jerk responses and building strength.
Save time in the mornings with these dinacharya shortcuts that make Ayurveda’s daily routine more accessible
Beets, fenugreek, cinnamon, and shilajit can help you dial in digestion, support a healthy microbiome, and beat bile sludge and liver congestion.
Hydration is critical for staying healthy and aging well. Here, fun foods to keep you hydrated, especially as you grow older.
Persistent organic pollutants, which stay in the environment for a long time, can linger in our bodies as well. New science shows how pollution impacts our health—from oxidative stress and inflammation to endocrine disruption.
Our culture often encourages us to ignore hard feelings, including sadness, fear, and grief, but allowing yourself to fully feel all of your emotions can lead to a whole and healthy life. The Ayurvedic concept of sadhaka pitta helps us realize when we’re putting up walls.
Olive oil has been touted for its cardiovascular, respiratory, and blood sugar benefits, as well as for weight balancing, and now new science shows us how it may be the longevity secret of the Mediterranean Diet.
These natural tastes are part of seasonal eating, and easy to fold into your diet with the suggestions below.
Soluble fiber, probiotics, and eating seasonally can boost microbiome health and immunity. Here’s how to balance all three.
Everything you’ve ever wanted to know about how to use ghee for detoxification.