This simple apple compote is part of a simple ayurvedic detox plan as recommended by your Ayurvedic Nutritionist.
Butternut squash soup is the perfect autumn meal. This sweet and cooling recipe is hearty and packed with health benefits.
Ayurveda recommends to adapt diet and lifestyle at each season, to help keep the body in balance. In summer, increasing hot, dry, rough, subtle and mobile qualities must be balanced with cool, moist, unctuous, gross and stable qualities.
A balancing and moisturising porridge with spices, dried fruits and nuts
Close your eyes, find a confortable position and listen to this mantra to unwind and calm the racing thoughts of the mind. It is particularly good to balance Pitta or Vata emotions such as as anxiety, fear, doubt, anger, confusion and frustration. Will also help in preventing insomnia and restlessness.
Baked fruits are a quick and healthy breakfast or snack option for all Ayurvedic constitutions.Vata may appreciate baked fruits with melted ghee, high Pitta constitutions may slightly reduce the amount of cinnamon and choose sweeter fruit types, whilst Kapha constitutions may choose sour fruits such as pineapple and be generous with spices.
Fruits may not be as much fun in Autumn, but well prepared they are a wonderful and heatlhy way to satisfy our cravings for sweet and warmth. Easy to digest, suitable for all three constitutions (or doshas), our comforting Ayurvedic apple compote recipe makes a perfect afternoon snack or accompaniment for breakfast.
We’re sharing this delightful creamy Ayurvedic potato recipe, adapted from Dr Deepika Rodrigo (B.A.M.S), Principle physician of the Ayurvedic Clinic, own recipes. This is by far the creamiest, most delicious and satisfying Ayurvedic potato recipe ever!