With the transition to winter comes additional dryness and other vata imbalances. Read on for Dr. John’s Ayurvedic protocol for a healthy and happy fall and winter!
The environmental impacts of meat have been well-documented, and now a new study illuminates the harmful impact of processed junk food as well.
This time-tested Ayurvedic self-care technique has proven benefits for managing stress, skin health, immunity, better breathing, muscle repair, and more. Learn about the research behind abyhanga.
An Ayurvedic diet and supplements can help support a healthy prostate. Learn more about foods and herbs that can ease prostate concerns, especially as you age.
John Douillard, DC, CAP, discusses how to manage your microbes for healthy aging with Dr. Brett Finlay, coauthor of The Whole-Body Microbiome: How to Harness Microbes—Inside and Out—for Lifelong Health.
New science reveals that this powerful Ayurvedic supplement can improve lung power.
Ayurvedic cleanses are designed to set up your digestive system for success, especially as the seasons change. Learn how to create a healthy microbiome post-cleanse that will boost immunity and keep you balanced and feeling great!
DNA alterations associated with accelerated aging are often the result of epigenetic changes from a process called methylation. Learn more about how your diet can impact the degree of damage methylation creates.
New research shows that squatting during downtime benefits your lymphatic system, circulation, breathing, and more. Learn how a simple postural change can transform your life.
Could having sex too early in life have consequences down the road? Vedic science says yes, and it has to do with kundalini shakti energy and spiritual awakenings. Read on…
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?