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!
Your 6-step pranayama and nose-breathing guide for improving athletic performance.
Balancing pitta, especially during summer, and staying up-to-date with these five vitamins and minerals will help you prevent uncomfortable mouth ulcers.
Summer is the season of pitta. These diet, skin care, and lifestyle tips will help you keep this dosha in balance and avoid overheating, burnout, dehydration, and too much digestive fire during summer months.
Beyond balancing vata, the citric acid in lemons can help you find calm, lower blood pressure, even out blood sugar, and even protect against kidney stones.
Known as brahmi in Ayurvedic skin care, this herb can help you glow from the inside out.
These ancient practices can help you monitor blood sugar, develop mindful eating habits, regulate stress, and foster self-love. Learn more about self-care for diabetes in this podcast episode with John Douillard and yoga therapist Evan Soroka.