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Healthiest Things Men Can Do For Themselves

Ayurveda, irrespective of gender, considers good health as holistic - a harmonious balance between the mind, body and soul rather than just concentrating on the physical wellbeing. There are numerous books, articles and research regarding women’s health and their issues including in the ancient Ayurvedic…

We are What We Eat – The Three Types of Food – Sattvic, Rajasic, Tamasic

According to Ayurveda, in order to experience swasthya or best health, the human body needs to have the right mental, physical and emotional balance. Ayurveda states that dashavidha pariksa or proper functioning of ten factors including genetic constitution (prakriti), age (vaya), geographical location (desa), body…

Food as Medicine – Ahara Vidhi Vidhaan in Ayurveda

Ayurveda, India’s timeless medical treasure, is based on the concept of promoting a holistic life through a healthy ayurvedic diet and lifestyle. A lot of diseases in modern times (diabetes is a prime example) are the result of unhealthy dietary choices and undisciplined lifestyle habits.…

Grishma Ritucharya – Ayurvedic Regimen in Summer

Ayurveda has always stressed the importance of following a Ritucharya (seasonal regimen) based on the particular ritu or season. Ayurvedic texts mention that each season has a specific impact on our body and thus the diet and lifestyle have to be commensurate to that season…

Vasant Ritucharya: Living in Sync with Changing Seasons

Ritucharya in Ayurveda is the name of a practice made of two words, where "Ritu" means season and "Charya" means regime. It is the season to balance the physical and psychological effects and build physical and mental abilities to combat illnesses caused by changing seasons.…

National Nutrition Month – Ayurvedic Indian Cuisine Benefits

Ayurveda, the timeless system of holistic medicine, practiced in India since millennia is based on the balance of nature and how it affects humans. Charak Samhita, written in Sanskrit thousands of years ago, is the most authentic & comprehensive text on Ayurveda and along with…

Celebrate the National Nutrition Month 2022 – A World of Flavors in Ayurveda

March is celebrated as the national nutrition month by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics to encourage people to make informed food choices, embrace healthy eating habits and make a conscious effort to develop a regular exercise schedule. The national nutrition month 2022 is celebrating…

Ayurvedic Weight Loss: Home Remedies, Tips and More

Maintaining weight in the proper range is necessary not just for good health but also for giving you that extra dose of confidence in yourself. With an overload of platforms advertising ways and means to get a shapely, supremely fit body, the temptation to opt…

Ayurvedic Beauty Tips – The Natural and Healthy Approach to Body Care

Beauty may lie in the eyes of the beholder but being beautiful is so much more than just having a pretty face. Ayurveda defines true beauty as a state when the mind, body, and soul are in harmony and takes a holistic approach of “Roopam,…

Balancing Pitta Dosha

Pitta is one of the three main doshas (Vata & Kapha the other 2) in our body that regulates our metabolism and the digestive system. Pitta controls the digestive fire or Agni and is responsible for how we digest our food. Any imbalance in the…

Sharad Ritucharya – Ayurveda Health tips for Autumn

Ayurveda has long emphasized the fact that different seasons have different effects on our body and that to maintain good health it is necessary to adapt our food and lifestyle habits according to the changes in our environment. Ayurvedic principles stress more towards prevention of…

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