Bring your body into balance with over 100 healing recipes for a modern Ayurvedic lifestyle. The ancient science of Ayurveda teaches that food is divine medicine with the power to heal--but the best foods for one person may not be beneficial to another. Unlike many diets with rigid, one-size-fits-all guidelines, Ayurveda is a lifestyle that recognizes the ever-changing needs of each individual. Join author Sahara Rose on a journey to wellness and discover how to eat according to your body's specific needs. Identify your dosha, or mind-body type, and find out what foods are best for your body. Learn how changes in season and climate affect your digestion and how to adjust what you eat accordingly. Rather than focusing on calories, you'll focus on food qualities. Rather than focusing on macronutrients, you'll focus on tastes--and you'll feel better than ever. Fall in love with cooking as you explore more than 100 plant-based, gluten- and dairy-free recipes for every meal of the day, including contemporary twists on classic Ayurvedic cuisine, such as turmeric-ginger quinoa kitchari and gut-healing seaweed broth. Packed with practical guidance and beautiful photography, Eat Feel Fresh integrates traditional Ayurvedic wisdom with contemporary nutritional science, and invites you to change your relationship with food and connect with your highest self.
Discover your Dosha and follow an Ayurvedic path to radiant health that's tailored to your individual needs! Ayurveda (Sanskrit for the "science of life"), is the world's oldest health system, originating in ancient India over 5000 years ago. The sister science of yoga, Ayurveda provides us with the framework of how to care for our bodies for beauty, balance and longevity. Ayurveda's core belief is that we each have our own unique path to health, which Idiot's Guides: Ayurveda will help you reveal. Author Sahara Rose focuses on the mind-body connection and explains that our food and lifestyle choices are metabolized into molecules in our bodies, actively creating who we are. Sahara brings the age-old wisdom of Ayurevda into relatable terms and shows you how easy it is to integrate ancient Ayurvedic wisdom into your modern lifestyle so you can finally look, feel and eat exactly the way your entire being has been craving. The book includes: Discovering your unique Dosha (Ayurvedic Mind-Body Type) and how it shows up in your physiology, metabolism, digestion, thought patterns, personality and even dreams. Learning how your body's needs change according to the season, environment, time of day, lifestyle habits, stress, sleep and exercises levels and as you age Easy-to-make plant-based recipes and yoga poses specifically for your Doshic constitution Establishing an Ayurvedic morning and nighttime ritual, including oil-pulling, dry-brushing, tongue-scraping and self-oil massage for optimal balance and beauty Home remedies to heal digestion, candida overgrowth, intestinal parasites, skin problems, headaches, PMS, hormonal imbalance, colds, flus and other ailments How to incorporate Ayurvedic practices into your lifestyle, no matter how little time you have or experience in the kitchen
Eminé and Paul live and breathe Ayurveda everyday, and I love their gentle, intuitive, conscious approach to life.' - Jasmine Hemsley, author of East by West and co-author of the Hemsley + Hemsley books Sattva is one of the three basic life forces outlined in Ayurvedic teachings. It embodies seven main qualities: unity, harmony, purity, vitality, clarity, gentleness and serenity. In this book, Eminé and Paul Rushton, ofPsychologies magazine, show how the life-changing principles of sattva can be applied to the home, the family, health, relationships and wellbeing. Using this book, readers will discover how to: • move from doing to being • approach all life situations with loving kindness • live with natural energetic and seasonal cycles • design the home using the ancient art of Vastu Supplemented with exclusive online content, including 28 delicious plant-based Ayurvedic recipes, this book offers solutions to our hectic lives, fatigue, loneliness and disconnection, and provides a much-needed anchor of harmony in a disconnected Western world.
A Modern Girl's Guide to Activating Your Feminine Superpowers
Author: Emma Mildon
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
Bestselling spiritual author of The Soul Searcher’s Handbook, Emma Mildon—the “goddess-messenger-girlfriend who may just lead you to your inner guru” (Katie Silcox, New York Times bestselling author)—provides a fascinating, fun, and inspiring exploration of female divinity throughout history, myth, and religion to help women understand, embody, and celebrate their inner goddess. Evolution of Goddess is a practical introduction to the goddess realm, digging up the histories of long-forgotten myths of goddesses of love, war, death, the sun, the moon, and more. With this clear-eyed and spirited book, you can finally become familiarized with goddesses from a wide range of cultures throughout history, including the mermaids of the Atlantic, the empresses of ancient Egypt, the wise women of the Middle Ages, right up to the modern-day goddesses who walk amongst us today as humble light workers, educating and inspiring. Through a goddess assessment, you’ll uncover your own goddess archetype and be given rituals, meditations, and exercises to tap and embolden your own feminine superpowers. Imbue your life with healing, invigorating goddess energy, and discover ways to harness your new empowerment to improve the world. Now is the time to reconnect with the strength and holistic spirituality of our ancestors—to trace the evolution of the Goddess.
Ancient self-care for modern life Feeling burned-out, unmotivated, or stuck? The Ayurvedic Self-Care Handbook is here to help. This authoritative guide to ancient healing offers more than 100 daily and seasonal Ayurvedic rituals—each taking 10 minutes or less—to reconnect you with nature’s rhythms, and to unlock better health, as you: Boost and stabilize your energy with yogic breathing Overcome transitions with grounding meditations Undo physical and emotional stress with personalized yoga postures Prevent and treat disease with nourishing tonics and teas Pause and reflect with daily and weekly journaling prompts. Get back in sync with nature—and rediscover your potential to feel good.
To appear well and retain a youthful appearance should be the aim of every person. I believe that food of the right kind and proper amount is the most powerful of all curative agents such as foods, vitamins and minerals. Rules for combining foods, laxative foods, constipating foods, grape diet acid foods that can harm you and can heal you, physical activities (exercise), breathing exercise for stress reduction and healthy cells, low starch foods and high starch foods, fruits with high sugar and low sugar and fasting for purifying your body system. The individual on good health must use the proper foods in the right proportions if she or he wishes to retain a high standard of good health, of beauty, strength, perfection and restore youthful vitality, endurance and resistance.
The book overly discusses simple and practical ways of being immaculate and up-to-date with household cleanliness; highlights on key aspects of personal hygiene, grooming, and deportment; touches on rural home life smartness where resources are limited, and abhors young people to take responsibility in becoming more orderly and organized.
Public concern about the safety and healthfulness of the food supply grew markedly during the 1980s. Numerous government, academic, interest group, and media reports questioning the adequacy of the food safety regulatory system formed the basis for this increase in concern. While public concern focused most directly on pesticide residues in food, scientists emphasized the risks of illness associated with microbiological contamination of food. Much additional attention was focused on the food supply as a result of the striking consensus on dietary recommendations that emerged in the late 1980s based on increased scientific knowledge of linkages between diet and health. Relatively little research on the economic aspects of food safety and nutrition issues had been conducted up to the mid-1980s. These aspects are complex. On the consumer demand side, they include consumers' perceptions of the risks associated with particular food products, how demographic characteristics influence consumers' processing of risk information and subsequent changes in food demand behavior, and the monetary value consumers might place on changes in the risk profiles of products. The economic benefits and costs associated with current food consumption patterns are a major determinant of demand for improved food safety and dietary change through government regulation. While a more complete picture of risks, benefits, and costs has been emerging recently, much is yet unknown.