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20 August

Signs of Good Health According to Ayurveda, one is in a good state of health, when one’s body, sense organs, mind & spirit are in tune with each other, so health and wellness may be considered synonymous. Ayurveda delves into the purpose of life – Why one has taken birth. What are the different levels […]

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17 August

Life After 50 Do you care for your work more than your life? Yes, at the peak of the career everyone has to. But then what about happiness and health when you turn 50? Here’s a simple 20-minute help that can be derived from Ayurveda. On a busy workday wake up with an alarm but […]

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16 August

Baby Talk Children are the epitome of purity and divinity. An uncontaminated mind and an unprejudiced intellect make the child divine. The child grows through the societal interaction he or she receives from peers and seniors. Kashyapa divides the child’s life into three stages : Fetal stage (Garbhastham) – 9 months Infancy and Early Childhood […]

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10 August

A Nutritional Diet for Diabetics For diabetics, a healthy diet along with exercise is key to healthy living. Diabetic Diet Meal Plans Eating regimented meals that contain wholesome meals thrice a day is very beneficial. The meal plan is based on 60% calories from carbohydrates, 20% from proteins, 10% from fats or oils, and 10% […]

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06 August

Healing Cracked Feet It is our feet that bear most of our body weight. Yet they get the least attention. Feet that are well-protected promise you a long and healthy life for your energy balance. In chronic diabetics these nerve endings get inflamed and become so soft that the affected person is unable to keep […]

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03 August

Monsoon Diet Seasons in Ayurveda are called ‘ritus’. The ritus are Varsha (monsoon), Sharad (autumn), Hemantha (winter), Shishira (late winter), Grishma (summer), and Vasanta (spring). Shishira, Vasantha, and Grishmaritus are called the Adana Kala. Varsha, Sharad, and Hemantharitus are called Visarga Kala. In other words during the Visargakala, the sun is facing towards the south […]

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27 July

Healing Diabetic Wounds Foot infections and gangrene are common complications in people with diabetes. They may even end in the loss of a toe, foot, or leg! Diabetes mellitus represents several diseases in which high blood glucose levels over time can damage the nerves, kidneys, eyes, and blood vessels. Uncontrolled diabetes leads to organ damage and […]

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23 July

Cough – A View In Ayurveda Cough is a reflex mechanism that constitutes sudden expulsion of air which helps eliminate foreign particles from the breathing passages and lungs. Common triggers are- viruses (irritate the lungs), allergies (lung tissues overreact), irritants like cold air, cigarette smoke, strong perfumes, etc, Acid reflux, postnasal drip. A doctor’s attention […]

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20 July

Tackle Your High Cholesterol High Cholesterol is a very common health problem among men and women especially among people who do not have enough physical work. After the age of 45, it is especially advisable to check the level of cholesterol in the blood. A high level of cholesterol can narrow blood vessels in particular, […]

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16 July

Tone Up Your Liver The liver is the largest glandular organ in the body and has more functions than any other human organ. A person’s entire blood supply passes through the liver several times a day. At any given time there is about a pint of blood in your liver. Ayurveda considers the liver as […]

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