In Ayurveda, the transitions from summer to fall and from winter to spring are prime times for imbalance and the risk of uncomfortable immune system response and allergies. Learn how to bolster your body for the changing season and find some relief from seasonal allergies.
loading so we can store energy for the winter. This energy storage also influences when babies are born. Plus, our internal clocks, run by hormones and melatonin, can help dictate reproductive cycles.
Strengthen your immune system with sattvic living, neem, ginger, triphala, and more.
Why can some people digest European bread, but not most American bread? Hint: It has more to do with buying from the bakery, and less to do with where grains come from.
We know our guts and brains are connected through our microbiomes, but just how much control do microbes have over our moods and more?
What Ayurveda says about sleep, plus daily Ayurvedic practices (for morning, noon, and night) that will help you get good zzzs.
In a recent Stanford University study published in the journal Science, researchers found that microbes in members of the Tanzanian Hadza tribe change dramatically with each season, in sync with seasonal dietary changes. Learn how this new finding applies to Ayurvedic eating.