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9 Tips to Live Ayurveda This Autumn

By |2019-10-16T15:16:31+01:00October 16th, 2019|Autumn, Doshas, Maharishi Ayurveda Blogs, Men's Health, Nutrition, Vata, Women's Health|

As we transition into the Autumn season, the season of Vata, we can empower ourselves by bringing as much energy and happiness as possible into our everyday life with these simple ayurvedic tips. With a few easy changes in our routine, it may surprise you how easily we can transition from one season into the next!

Seven Ways to Boost Your Immunity with Food

By |2019-10-15T14:14:47+01:00October 15th, 2019|Autumn, Balance, Food, Immunity, Maharishi Ayurveda Blogs, Nutrition|

fall approaches, it's a good time to think about strengthening your immunity. According to Maharishi Ayurveda, cold weather doesn't have to bring on the cold and flu. The key is to start now with immunity-enhancing meals.

What to Favour or Avoid in Heatwaves

By |2019-08-05T16:50:31+01:00August 5th, 2019|Maharishi Ayurveda Blogs, Nutrition, Pitta, Summer|

With more heat waves predicted over the next weeks, it may be helpful to consider how to optimise your food choices to help cool and soothe your mind and body. In addition, let’s consider the Ayurvedic approach to nutrition.

The Fibre of your being and its role in Ayurveda

By |2019-05-14T13:38:00+01:00May 14th, 2019|Digestion, Fibre, Food, Maharishi Ayurveda Blogs, Nutrition, Weightloss|

These days the emphasis in nutrition has been placed on protein and whether we are getting enough. The truth is that individuals are more likely to suffer from excess of it than the converse... ...So now I will get to the real issue, which seems to have languished somewhat since the food industry has focused on protein. This is the amount of fibre in our western diet, which is sadly lacking.

Seven Keys to Unlock Your Brain Power this Spring

By |2019-03-19T16:54:11+00:00March 19th, 2019|Brain, Maharishi Ayurveda Blogs, Mental Performance, Mind, Nutrition, Sleep, Stress|

According to Maharishi AyurVeda, there are three equally important aspects to mental performance: dhi — learning and comprehension, governed by Vata dosha; dhriti — processing and retention of knowledge, the realm of Pitta dosha; and smriti— memory or recall, controlled by Kapha dosha. For the best mental performance and realization of the fullest mental potential, each of these three factors individually needs to be at its peak, and, more important, the coordination among the three factors also needs to be optimal.