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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…

Importance of Agni or Digestive fire for Holistic Health According to Ayurveda

Agni or fire has a reverential place in Indian culture and beliefs and is worshiped as a deity that transforms and purifies. Ayurveda, the ancient medical wisdom, believes that just as Agni or fire assimilates and maintains life’s balances, similarly our digestive system is the…

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Ayurvedic Tips for Enhancing Mental Health

In recent years mental health, its importance to the well-being, not just of an individual but also to the society as a whole, has gained prominence. Mental health awareness is thought of as a vital factor in not just understanding early signs and symptoms of…

What Not To Do While Living With…

India has the second-largest adult diabetes population in the world with every 6th person being a diabetic. According to ICMR (Indian Council of Medical Research), there has been an alarming 150% rise in the number of diabetics in the country in the last 30 years.…

A Glimpse Of Ayurveda – The Forgotten…

The origin of Ayurveda in India is thousands of years old and is considered the oldest medicinal healing science in the world. Derived from two Sanskrit words Ayu meaning life and Veda meaning knowledge, Ayurveda literally means the knowledge of life or science of life.…