Super Seeds!

We are born in Nature and only in living close to Nature are we healthy and at our best! Natural food, meaning right from the earth and unprocessed, guides us and heals us with phyto-nutrients, proper fats, anti-inflammatory agents, vitamins, minerals, water content,...

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The Link Between Stomach Acid And Optimal Health

The focus of my clinical practice and work is on cardio-metabolic disorders (obesity, diabetes, cholesterol disorders, heart disease, insulin resistance, etc.), so why am I talking about acidity and digestion in this post? As I started seeing patients with...

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Ginger and Turmeric Super Roots to the Rescue!

I still can’t believe that the first time I bought fresh ginger and turmeric was well into my 50’s. My mother was Polish and well, ginger and turmeric weren’t high on her list of ingredients. In fact, I can’t ever remember seeing either of them in our kitchen. Ditto...

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How I Learned to Manage Pain with the Help of Ayurveda

I was 48 years old when I woke up one spring morning with a strange pain coursing through my body. The day before, I had thought I was coming down with the flu, but on this day, I felt fine except for the odd, inexplicable pain. When it didn’t go away after a week or...

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Honey- Sweet, Sweet Healer!

It's time. Add a modern scientific affirmation to the long held healing uses of honey. Honey is considered a medicine in Ayurveda wisdom, not a food. The bees have had our back for a long time. Now...modern science concurs. Scientists have found that the "pollen in...

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Perfect Digestion is the Key – by Dr. Rhonda Egidio

If our digestion is poor, we can to make it better in 2017 and if it is good, we can make it great…or maybe even..ah-hem…perfect! Perfect digestion of food and emotions is the key goal of Ayurveda. This is achieved through a clear relationship with Nature and harmony with the underlying field of consciousness.

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Nip That Cold or Flu in the Bud – by Barbara Sinclair

I can’t remember the last cold or flu that I had (knock on wood). But that doesn’t mean that I’m just lucky, or that I have a perfect immune system. What I do have is a list of to-dos that I implement when I feel a virus coming on that almost never fail to nip that...

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Yoga to Balance Vata Dosha (by Dr. Jayaraj Alappat)

In one of my yoga classes recently I mentioned doshas - the Ayurveda path to define characters, imbalances and diseases. Doshas are the physiological constitution of an individual controlled by the contribution of universal elements - earth, water, fire, air and ether...

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Making Vigor (by Dr. Rhonda Egidio)

Greetings! Summertime . . . and the living is easy . . . (to be sung, not read 🙂 ) Michigan summers are the reward for the "character building" weather the rest of the year. Michigan is alive with sunshine - to embolden our attitude; rain - to water our gardens and...

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