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- Ayurveda and Ayahuasca
- 5 Ayurvedic Tips for Managing High Sensitivity
- Raw Food or Cooked: Which is Better?
- 7 Major Misconceptions in Modern Ayurveda
- East vs West
- Back to Basics: Tongue Scraping
- Hair Loss in Women: 6 Causes with Ayurvedic Remedies
- The Belch Diet: Eating the Perfect Amount at Every Meal
All posts by Joyful Belly
Kale Lemonade with Ginger & Apple (Kalemgin Apple)
When spring weather feels heavy and humid like the tropics, this refeshing juice can help you stay clear-headed and light. In spring, it’s a warm day that makes you sick. Thick, humid air makes you feel swollen,...
- Posted July 2, 2014
Cilantro Lime Salsa
Freshen up your skin for spring! Spring fever is here and rosy cheeks will soon replace your winter pallor. The warmer temperatures stimulate blood flow, especially to the skin. That’s why on hot humid days your might...
- Posted June 6, 2014
Cardamom, Fennel, and Ginger Tea
Cardamom, fennel, and ginger tea improves circulation, digestion and burns off morning mucous. This light and refreshing appetizer is great between meals to reset your palate. It makes an excellent spring tonic.
- Posted May 28, 2014
Cumin, Coriander & Fennel Tea (CCF Tea)
Drip, drip, drip – the sound of melting ice warms the winter-weary. The wetness around you in springtime, making all of that stunning green growth possible, can also manifest in your body, causing a runny nose, digestive...
- Posted May 21, 2014
Roasted Beets in a Balsamic Glaze
Spring comes at the bitter end of winter, the time of ashes. The natural environment offers slim pickings this time of year and the pantry is nearly bare. Roasted beets is a sweet, tangy way to satisfy...
- Posted May 4, 2014
Asparagus and Mushroom Rice with Black Pepper Recipe
In early spring, your body starts to crave snappy and refreshing textures like fresh asparagus. Asparagus is a strong diuretic to relieve spring water retention. Black pepper clears the respiratory tract of congestion, while asparagus relieves a dry...
- Posted March 19, 2014
Beet Cleanse Soup (Borscht)
LIVER HELPER This colorful fuchsia soup will have you asking, Is this really a wintertime food? Beet soup has brightened the cold days for countless generations in Central Europe eastward while they subsisted on food from wintertime...
- Posted February 16, 2014
Carrot Ginger Soup. YUM!
Classic, simple and delicious carrot ginger soup. My mom used to make it for me when I was a kid, I would choose it any day over pizza or burgers. Still would. Here is a yummy tr...
- Posted January 19, 2014
Roasted Pears & Raisins
A delicious dessert for all doshas. With so few choices to satisfy a Kapha sweet tooth, roasted pears offers a rare reprieve. The spices enhance the sweetness and stimulate a sluggish winter metabolism. Cloves directly stimulate blood...
- Posted January 8, 2014
Gold milk is the fabled “milk and honey,” with spices. It’s tastier, sweeter, and easier to digest than milk. Yogis believe milk is sacred because it is the only food freely given from a mother, with love...
- Posted December 11, 2013