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Whether it's Vata, Pitta or Kapha that is elevated in your system, Ayurveda has a way of categorizing all foods so that you know which foods will send you more out of balance, or help to pacify your imbalance, and you'll learn about some of those classification in this article!
In Ayurveda, it is common to do a seasonal cleanse. This six week seasonal cleanse series is going to give you some tools to help you along your cleanse journey
With excess Kapha in the body, you may find yourself craving more building foods with Salty, Sweet, or Sour Qualities. These qualities will increase Kapha in the body. While you want to avoid eating too many foods with these qualities, eating the right foods in moderation will help you get past the cravings.
Before you start your cleanse, you are going to want to know a few key things about Ayurveda and this article is going to give you some helpful insight.
The word saag is a delicious dish made of pureed greens, and paneer is an Indian cheese. I've adapted this delectable meal to a vegan friendly recipe!
The heating spices in this recipe work very well for reducing the drying qualities of Vata. They also tend to the cold and dull aspects of Kapha. When we combine all of these ingredients, we have an easy to prepare, simple recipe to balance the Kapha and Vata in that accumulates during the winter season!
Have you ever wondered why sometimes you wake up between the hours of 4-6 to use the restroom, or why you crave love and affection in the evening time? You may have wondered why certain discomforts in the body occur or become emphasized during certain times of the day. Ayurveda has an explanation for these urges and sensations!
Last weeks article was about finding balance during Kapha season, and we discussed ways to find internal balance through working with the opposing qualities of Kapha. This week I want to switch things up a bit and talk about how you can work with the qualities of Kapha instead of against them to cultivate winter productivity,