Just like your food, your herbs should be seasonal too: Brahmi, neem, shatavari, and manjistha will help you stay cool during summer months, and they’ll keep your microbiome in sync with the seasons.
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These diet suggestions and natural herbal supplements will help you get to the root of pitta imbalance.
The diet, exercise, and community principles that keep centenarians healthy in Dan Buettner’s Blue Zone communities will sound familiar to anyone who follows Ayurveda.
Research shows that a whole host of self-care practices related to sleep, diet, stress-relief and more could keep telomeres long and fight aging, degeneration, and disease.
Some Ayurvedic herbs may help ease the agitation of smoke, smog, and more. This Earth Day, learn about air pollution threats to your health and how to protect your lungs.
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.
In Ayurveda, you’re supposed to both eat for your dosha and eat seasonal foods. Here, advice on how to balance those two sometimes conflicting recommendations.
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Try these immune-boosting lifestyle tips, foods, and supplements for feeling balanced and whole as we head into another cold and flu season.
Troubleshoot constipation, gas, bloating, a sensitive stomach, and more with these probiotics and Ayurvedic remedies that help you heal your gut and build a better microbiome.
The transition between seasons is when we all run the risk of doshic imbalance and vata-derangement, making us more susceptible to disease. Here, learn how to bolster your immunity with seasonal eating and optimally timed Ayurvedic detox.
AMPK is called the “guardian of metabolism,” the “metabolic master switch,” or sometimes the “youth switch,” because without it, we cease to exist.