John Douillard, DC, CAP, discusses the top 5 reasons you might be feeling sick this winter season, with Ayurvedic remedies and herbal supplements to help boost your immunity.
From us to you: we handpicked our favorite Ayurvedic herbs and supplements for mind-body health so that you can shop stress-free for the perfect holiday gift!
Holiday gifts for the parents, athletes, cooks, wise women, and sleep-deprived and stressed out loved ones in your life. These 39 ideas will help ease pain, anxiety, digestive woes, and more, giving family and friends (and maybe even yourself) the support needed to decompress, destress, and find some joy!
With the transition to winter comes additional dryness and other vata imbalances. Read on for Dr. John’s Ayurvedic protocol for a healthy and happy fall and winter!
This time-tested Ayurvedic self-care technique has proven benefits for managing stress, skin health, immunity, better breathing, muscle repair, and more. Learn about the research behind abyhanga.
New science reveals that this powerful Ayurvedic supplement can improve lung power.
From the benefits of autophagy to the relationship between stress and aging, these six Nobel Prizes in physiology and medicine over the last 20+ years align with Ayurvedic recommendations for living a long and healthy life.
John Douillard, DC, CAP, discusses karma, the history of gurus, and the relationship between Ayurveda and yoga with Christa Kuberry, PhD, and Anya Foxen, PhD, co-authors of Is This Yoga?
John Douillard discusses how breathing techniques can improve cleanse and detox results. Plus, get breathing exercises for more efficient exercise, stress relief, and more.
Here are a few training techniques related to nose breathing and pacing that can help you prepare for any athletic event or training plan. You’ll finally find ease in working out!
Dr. John turns 65 today! Here’s a glimpse into his longevity lifestyle so you can learn his diet, exercise, and supplement strategies for staying grounded, happy, and healthy. Take what fits and leave the rest for another day!
Pitta and vata imbalances can lead to something called trsna (polydipsia in Western medicine) and depleted ojas, which keep you thirsty, no matter how much water you drink!