10 Ayurvedic rules for Milk In diet

Hi! Milk is so intertwined with Ayurveda and Indian yogic tradition that it deserves a separate post altogether Milk may also be milk from camel, goat, and buffalo, however, the most widely used milk that is considered to be essential is Cows Milk, I will explain why Cows milk is important in Ayurveda 1. AsContinue reading “10 Ayurvedic rules for Milk In diet”

Delightful Pumpkin Surprise – Gold standard Ayurvedic recipe

Try this delightful recipe for your kid, non-spicy nutritious & great for gut-health

Simple (personalized) recipes to boost immunity and maintain health

simple& personalized dosha recipes to maintain your health and boost your immunity

Easy Digestion aid in 10 min

Hi allI am frequently asked what is the gold standard of an ayurvedic meal, it is a simple answer of chutney … The gut loves a good chutney to aid digestion, absorption and extraction of food. My personal favourite is my Mint-amla chutneySometimes I add raw onion in this and some time I add tomatoContinue reading “Easy Digestion aid in 10 min”

Falsa- The wonderberry from India

When life gives you lemon you make a lemonade , when mother Earth gives you a most delectable anti-oxidant rich indian native berry, that is pleasantly acidic but easily perishable, you make sherbet with it and store it for a few days to have a drink a day to keep all the doctors away. Did youContinue reading “Falsa- The wonderberry from India”

Urban Ayurveda-The Guide to a glorious life

A crisp account from a practising Ayurveda physician, Dr Tanya Malhotra offers personal anecdotes, patient case studies, cooking techniques and recipes for the urban kitchen. From seasonal Ayurveda to Ayurveda for students and working professionals, this book is your ultimate guide to a glorious life.

Salt: how much is too much??

Salt has been a part of diet since times immemorial .so let’s ponder over the ancient and current status. Ayurveda describes 5 kinds of salt . Out of which saindhav lavan is considered the best. now it cannot be exactly correlated with saindhA namak in the market . That is a lake salt . HimalayanContinue reading “Salt: how much is too much??”