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Ayurveda must read: How to be a Vata

Ayurveda must read: How to be a Vata

vata dinner recipes.. stay balanced in these erratic times with these 3 dosha designed recipes.

vata dinner recipes.. stay balanced in these erratic times with these 3 dosha designed recipes.

A warm and deliciously spicy mung bean curry, coconut oil, onions and carrots. Enjoy as a soup or serve with brown rice for a more substantial meal. Purely Vegan, and of course gluten free.

A warm and deliciously spicy mung bean curry, coconut oil, onions and carrots. Enjoy as a soup or serve with brown rice for a more substantial meal. Purely Vegan, and of course gluten free.

Make sure you pick the right cut for the occasion with our handy infographic guide...

Make sure you pick the right cut for the occasion with our handy infographic guide...

Chicken Soup Recipes Infographic - every culture has its own chicken comfort soup!

Chicken Soup Recipes Infographic - every culture has its own chicken comfort soup!

Different Cities Around The World And Their Brunches - Infographic

Different Cities Around The World And Their Brunches - Infographic

15 Twists on Champagne Cocktails {wineglasswriter.com/}

15 Twists on Champagne Cocktails {wineglasswriter.com/}

Healing Through Chronobiology: Hours Of The Day By Dosha. The Ayurveda Clock divides the day into six periods - two each for the three doshas. A good understanding of the same will help you make the most of your day.

Healing Through Chronobiology: Hours Of The Day By Dosha. The Ayurveda Clock divides the day into six periods - two each for the three doshas. A good understanding of the same will help you make the most of your day.

What is Ayurveda? Why Ayurveda? What is my dosha type? Ok. So how do I eat according to my Ayurvedic dosha type? General Ayurvedic Guidelines:

What is Ayurveda? Why Ayurveda? What is my dosha type? Ok. So how do I eat according to my Ayurvedic dosha type? General Ayurvedic Guidelines:

VATA Fruits & Vegetables - Ayurveda states that a person should choose his diet depending on his dosha. So, a person in whom the Vata dosha is dominant should eat diet, which will pacify the Vata dosha. Here are some suggestions on which fruits and veggies to include and which to avoid in a Vata balancing diet.

VATA Fruits & Vegetables - Ayurveda states that a person should choose his diet depending on his dosha. So, a person in whom the Vata dosha is dominant should eat diet, which will pacify the Vata dosha. Here are some suggestions on which fruits and veggies to include and which to avoid in a Vata balancing diet.