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Veggies that Balance Pitta Dosha + Cooling Beverage

We can keep our pitta dosha balanced with the following tastes: sweet, bitter, or astringent AND by choosing to eat foods and maintain habits that are cooling in nature. I recently shared a suggested list of fruits that pacify pitta, and today we’ll focus on pitta friendly veggies. Veggies that pacify pitta dosha: Artichoke Asparagus […]

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Take simple steps to prevent pitta from blazing outta control

The summer heat and humidity (the elements of fire and water) are characteristic qualities of pitta dosha. Fire represents the positive qualities of pitta: passionate energy; sharp, deep intellect; quick to digest – both food and information, insightful and analytic, transformative, highly focused, ambitious, justice minded and efficient. When in balance, pitta types are innovative,

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Calm your Mind and Emotions with a Simple Pause

Take 20 seconds right now and stop everything – just close your eyes, breathe deeply and slowly and count to 20 if that helps. Really – just do it and then come on back.      Did you notice anything during that pause? Did you notice any shift within yourself from before the pause to

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ACHOO! Here’s Your All Natural 🌿 Allergy 🤧 Relief Guide

Your dosha determines your allergy symptoms and how to best relieve them The gorgeous spring flower blooms and blossoms can come with a hefty price for many of us – sniffles, sneezes, watery and itchy eyes, cough, congestion, headache and more! Your primary dosha, and your current state of balance/imbalance, will determine what allergy symptoms

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Golden Milk – an anti-inflammatory, antioxidant rich brain booster!

Golden milk – a simple warm drink that has loads of science backed health benefts! Golden milk gets it’s name from the bright yellow spice turmeric which contains the compound curcumin. Curcumin is a powerful antioxidant with strong anti-inflammatory properties that is also fat soluble. So consuming turmeric with milk, or as part of a dish

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