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In the modern world, people emphasize being vegan and gluten-free. The contemporary diet focuses on eating salads and drinking smoothies.
Kim Welch, Founding Partner With a background in nutrition, Kim has always believed that food is medicine. She started to
Guggul (Commiphora Mukul) refers to the gum resin or sap of the Bdellium Tree or Mukul myrrh tree found in
Rasa in Ayurveda is a Sanskrit term that roughly translates to ‘taste.’ However, it also has other definitions such as juice,
Tri = three, phala = fruits – Triphala is the combination of three natural fruits into one intricate blend with extraordinary
According to Ayurvedic medicine, each person has a unique constitution according to the three life forces, or doshas. This Ayurvedic
Ayurveda calls Shatavari (Asparagus racemosus) a rasayana (rejuvenating tonic) that may bestow a sense of wellness, calmness, and balance to
The neem tree (Azadirachta indica) has a history of popularity due to its medicinal properties. This herb has found used
Dashmool or Dashamula is a traditional Ayurvedic herbal remedy. Dasha means “ten” and mool or mula means “root” thus dashmool
Nutrition in Ayurveda is very important. The six tastes of Ayurveda can have aggravating or pacifying effect on each dosha. Additionally, nourishing the body contributes to the overall health of a person: body, mind, and soul. But what is nutrition? Nutrition describes the process of getting nutrients the body needs for health and growth. Dietetics is the study of using this knowledge as a preventative remedy. Both nutrition and dietetics play a large role in the science of Ayurveda. By understanding the different types of nutrition, we can focus our nourishment on retaining balance and preventing possible illnesses.