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Beet Bowl for Hormonal Balance

Beet Bowl for Hormonal Balance

Change is the only constant they say, but this is especially true for women, whose bodies are in a constant state of fluctuation from puberty through menopause—and beyond. Each phase of the menstrual cycle and of life presents the potential for hormones to upend howread more

3 Mucuna Recipes for Instant Happiness

3 Mucuna Recipes for Instant Happiness

Ayurveda teaches us that happiness is something we can generate internally—from health, from good company, from connection to the macrocosm. And yet, ask the average person on the street what makes them happy and you might hear a very different sort of response. Success, wealth,read more

Golden Moon Milk Carrot Apple Cupcakes

Golden Moon Milk Carrot Apple Cupcakes

Note: This post contains affiliate links. Read our disclosure and disclaimer here. We live in a world where every day there seems to be a new superfood, promising a sip from the fountain of youth or cure for all our pains, worries, and sorrows. Turmeric won’tread more

Springtime Rejuvenating Red Dal

Springtime Rejuvenating Red Dal

Melting snow, budding trees, a loamy aroma in the air, earlier sunrises, and later sunsets. These are the signs of spring, the season when the Earth awakens from her hibernation and puts on display all the new life she’s been keeping safe underground during theread more

Barley Turnip Kitchari

Barley Turnip Kitchari

Note: This post may contain affiliate links. See our disclaimer policy for more information.   Spring is a tease of a season. One day, it will offer a dose of warm weather, when we can leave our hats and gloves at home and luxuriate inread more

Celery Daikon Soup

Celery Daikon Soup

There are many reasons that our agni—or digestive fire, in Sanskrti/Ayurveda-speak—can get confused, weak, or even raging out of control such that our true hunger signals don’t come through. We also have little agnis everywhere, in all of our tissue systems and our sense organs,read more

Cauliflower Pumpkin Soup

Cauliflower Pumpkin Soup

When the days get darker, our internal light needs to get brighter. Ayurveda speaks about this energetic shift in terms of agni, our digestive fire, which is at its strongest in the fall and winter, allowing us to digest the heavier, denser, and more building seasonalread more

Ayurvedic Vegetable Soup

Ayurvedic Vegetable Soup

What should I wear? Should I text first or wait? What’s the meaning of life? What should I make for dinner? These are the questions that plague us humans our whole lives, and I’m happy to tell you all I have the answer: soup. That’sread more

Spring Kitchari with Chard, Broccoli, and Leeks

Spring Kitchari with Chard, Broccoli, and Leeks

Transitions of any kind are moments to pay special attention to habits and cravings, realities and fantasies, routine and instability. They are periods where conflicting desires—attachment to the old and excitement for the new—demand that we pause, reflect before we react, and then move forwardread more

Beet and White Bean Hummus with Sage

Beet and White Bean Hummus with Sage

There are a number of reasons why eating the rainbow—i.e., colorful foods—is beneficial to your health. With a variety of fresh and seasonal produce, your body takes in the kind of nutrients it needs to feel optimal in its environment. Think about what kinds ofread more



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