What to do with all those seasonal tomatoes? Ever tried roasting them? A smattering of poppy seeds can jazz up this salad thanks to their nutty flavor and crunchy texture. This tiny seed is one flavorsome ingredient, alright! But did you also know poppy seeds are also highly nutritious and have medicinal properties? Read on…
Several years ago when I was living in Tasmania, I decided to change the way I approached my health and well-being. I was constantly trying different diets or forms of exercise but never found any long term solution that worked for me.
Life is not easy is it? We are invited to graduation parties, 4th of July Barbecues, birthday parties, anniversaries….and the events just mount up. What is a person to do who is following her Ayurveda plan? I am often reminded of these challenges by my clients and here is what I tell them.
Real life has pizza parties, birthday parties, weddings and graduations – eating is pleasurable and we should thoroughly enjoy it. When did eating become so complicated for us? It is easy to be confused, the rules of nutrition seem to be constantly changing. Not so in Ayurveda, the rules remain constant; it’s the seasons that change.
So, let’s see what a Vata, Pitta and Kapha decide to do at this barbeque. Let’s join the party.
Ayurveda classifies health as:
Having a balanced mind, having a well formed body, having good elimination. When the mind and body are in harmony and when the dosha’s are balanced. And then and only then are we in good health. To keep healthy we must eat the Spring Foods for your dosha.