One cannot think well, love well, sleep well, if one has not dined well.
To begin your spring with vibrant health and delicious Ayurvedic food at the same time, here is a simple, cleansing soup recipe from Naomi Boas, one of our affiliated Ayurvedic practitioners.
* If you are experiencing symptoms of excess Pitta, substitute fennel seeds for mustard seeds and leave out the cayenne pepper.
* If you are experiencing symptoms of excess Kapha, reduce or leave out the coconut milk and replace it with more water.
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Ayurvedic self massage (abhyanga) with warmed, herbal oil is an excellent way to get in touch with your body and mind. It gives you time to check in with yourself and find areas that need special attention. Besides leaving you feeling warm, cared for and refreshed, abhyanga soothes your nervous and endocrine systems, rejuvenates your skin, tones muscles, eliminates impurities, promotes youthfulness, reduces the effects of stress, is relaxing and just feels terrific. Overall it's wonderful!
Consider the consistency of melted cheese and imagine your gut trying to break it down - not an easy task. Several modern studies point to the many health risks of regular cheese consumption, yet it is as ubiquitous in our cooking as salt and pepper. So, imagine my happiness when I discovered this recipe! It is so simple that even I was surprised at its tastiness; especially when I added my own flavors to the mix. Hopefully this will offer a tasty alternative to cheese for you as well!