Science has begun to make profound advances in health and longevity by working on the most subtle levels of the body: chromosomes, threadlike strands of DNA and proteins. Ayurveda acknowledges that the more precise a therapy is on the subtle level, the more powerful the effect on the gross and physical levels. A new study
A 2004 study found that early life influences may have a more potent impact on adult behavior than previously thought. The study compared a neglectful environment to a nurturing environment. Nurture took a commanding lead in the nature-vs-nurture debate! It turns out life experiences and environment, especially during early years, can turn genes on or
In the early 1980s, when I was beginning my studies in Ayurveda, I read a book called Maharaj: A Biography of Shriman Tapasviji Maharaj, a Mahatma Who Lived for 185 Years.1 This book strongly influenced my desire to study Ayurveda in India with a special desire to learn about Kaya Kalpa, the south Indian Siddha
Average Reading Time: 2 minutes A new study published this month in JAMA (Journal of American Medical Association) looked at the average sugar intake of over 31,000 people over a five year period. The findings showed that between the years 2005 and 2010, 71% percent of Americans ate more than one tenth of their calories
In a recent article in the journal Sleep, the sleep patterns of more than 10,000 people between the ages of 35 and 55 were measured over a five-year period. Both quality and the amount of hours of sleep per day were measured against cognitive function. The results suggested that when people get 6-8 hours of sleep
Tomatoes are loaded with a carotenoid called lycopene. Carotenoids are the antioxidants responsible for giving fruits and veggies their red, yellow and orange colors. Generally, these carotenoids protect the tomato plants from the potentially damaging effects of the suns rays. When eaten, these protective properties play a huge role in optimal health and disease prevention.