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.
It’s summer BBQ season! Just make sure you know the healthiest and most Ayurvedic way to prepare your grillables.
Here’s how to maintain a healthy digestive system in order to avoid a dependency on supplemental digestive enzymes.
Here’s how to maintain a seasonal diet of raw and cooked foods that promotes digestive system health.
The key to living a long life and cognitive health could be high-carb, high-fiber, fish-based eating.
Our modern lifestyle and diet may be killing our gut-brain connection, affecting mood, immunity and more. Here, how ghee and full spectrum Ayurvedic herbs can help.
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.
We know our guts and brains are connected through our microbiomes, but just how much control do microbes have over our moods and more?
Learn the basics about Vedic philosophy, your Ayurvedic constitution, Ayurvedic lifestyle choices, seasonal eating, and the best herbs, supplements, and self-care practices to keep you balanced and in sync with nature.
These lifestyle suggestions can help you with staying healthy. Learn more about diet, COVID, and cancer in this podcast episode with John Douillard and master herbalist, nutritionist, and author Donnie Yance.
Here, four steps to get started on this organic way to garden—also called wild gardening, permaculture, companion planting, or agroforestry.