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About Joyful Belly

Joyful Belly is a digestive wellness clinic that creates yummy, healthy recipes using Ayurveda. We help you have an experience, understand the effects, and develop a good relationship with food. Joyful Belly can help you achieve a greater sense of well-being and clarity. With articles and seminars chock full of Ayurvedic wisdom, you'll tune into your internal organs and answer fundamental questions like, How's my liver today? or What can I do to help my kidneys? Healthy Joyful Belly eating will be a vital, zesty, refreshing and tasty doorway to a new you.
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    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
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    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
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    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
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    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
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    GOLD MILK!!!

    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
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