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Alleviate Pain with Good Posture!

Alleviate Pain with Good Posture!

By the end of a long week, does it feel like your shoulders are up around your ears? Maybe there’s a persistent pain in your neck or ache in your arms?
If you’re looking for some relief, here are a few tips to help!

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Simple Nourishing Dal

Simple Nourishing Dal

Dal is the ideal base for a gentle digestive reset, spring detox, fall cleanse or to build and rejuvenate.

Split yellow mung-dal are soothing and building while being particularly easy to digest for the most sensitive tummy.  Do not confuse with yellow split peas which take much longer to cook and are more drying and gas causing.

Our Favourite Basic Dal Recipe

Dal (split mung-dal soup) is an ideal base for any Vata, Pitta or Kapha diet.  There is much scope with dal for creative flavours and Ayurvedic Healing based on the particular use of spices, herbs and veggies.

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How Gratitude Change Your Brain!

How Gratitude Change Your Brain!

Gratitude is appreciating all good things in your life – big or small. For instance, a simple “hello” text from a friend or having a co-worker help you meet a big deadline.  

Exploring the uplifting qualities of gratefulness is a natural remedy to cleanse your mind of the heavy thoughts and emotions that often burden us.  In addition, when we experience gratitude, we have a greater capability to express gratitude. And, studies have shown being grateful leads to better well-being (including reduced insomnia, more energy and a clearer mind).

As we learn in Ayurveda, gratitude helps balance excess accumulation of the biological humors by bringing in opposite qualities. Exploring gratefulness is a natural remedy to cleanse your mind of heavy thoughts and emotions.  In addition, when we experience gratitude, we have a greater capability to express gratitude.

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The Benefits of Warm Spiced Milk

The Benefits of Warm Spiced Milk

Milk gets a bad rap. It’s accused of causing bloating, gas and mucus.

And, perhaps this is your experience with milk, but, it doesn’t have to be……Milk is a traditional and time-tested nourishing food.

Milk (that’s organic cow’s milk I’m referring to), helps to build all of the tissues in the body and has the ability to calm the mind, nerves and emotions.

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Hearty Minestrone Soup

Hearty Minestrone Soup

Minestrone is a traditional Italian soup with a thick, almost stew-like, consistency composed of seasonal ingredients and whatever leftovers you might find in your pantry.

This warm, hearty, delicious soup is easy to make and can be enjoyed in any season. When possible, use fresh, organic and local.

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Why We Love an Eclipse!

Why We Love an Eclipse!

Eclipses afford an opportunity for magic and personal transformation. Did you know that eclipses usually happen in pairs a couple of times a year. On the new Moon (when the Sun...

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Making Ghee for Optimal Health

Making Ghee for Optimal Health

Looking for cooking oil that is healthy, yet doesn’t mean you have to compromise taste?

Consider Ghee – the Ayurvedic cooking medium that’s been around for thousands of years. It has a rich buttery taste and aroma and comes with a host of benefits including its special ability to not only unclog, but to nourish the liver with its refined and healing properties.

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ONLINE TALKBalance Your Digestion with Kim Fulton

HARMONIZE YOUR AGNI
Digestive Power = Natural Immunity

MONDAY MARCH 29th 7:00-8:30pm (est)
This awesome workshop includes...

➤ Easy Digestion Diagnosis Worksheet
➤ Tips Handout for Supporting Digestion
➤ Live Class & Access to Video Recording

ONLINE TALKLearn which foods are ideal to nourish your main bodily tissues!

THE 7 KEYS TO OPTIMAL HEALTH

Ayurveda and the Dhatus!

➤ Includes handy-dandy food list
➤ Live talk and recorded video

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