Green Spring Recipes

By |April 18th, 2017|

Green spring tonics are a time-honored tradition to encourage gentle liver and gall bladder renewal. Leafy greens, both wild and cultivated, are some of the most nutrient dense vegetables of all, and we’ll discuss their nutrition as well as many other health benefits.

This is a time when we transition from winter hibernation to summer […]

A Sweet Spice Mix For Spring

By |March 26th, 2017|

As the early days of spring continue to be brisk and cold, you may want to try and bring some additional zing into your diet through warming spices. There’s a particular spice blend that is not only perfect for this time of year, but is a great fit for any sweet dish. I recommend […]

Three Winter Digestion Teas

By |February 8th, 2017|

Good digestive health is important for well-being in so many ways – not just how well you fit into your jeans but by supporting your immune system, increasing the ability to absorb nutrients, healthy glowing skin and even, it’s increasingly believed, your mood!
As ever, herbs can help, so here are my three favorite tea […]

A Tea For The Winter Season

By |December 30th, 2016|

New Year’s is a time when many of us connect with family, friends, and our community. But be aware: cold and flu viruses can spread like wildfire at this time of year, spoiling all the fun.

Fight back with natural health strategies and herbal remedies to keep you well through the winter days.

Catch it early!
There’s […]

Two Healthy Recipes For The Holidays

By |December 18th, 2016|

The holiday season is traditionally both a time of celebration and a time of low immunity. White flour, cane and beet sugar, and processed foods can suppress the immune system’s response to the stress of travel, gatherings, and added commitments.

During this hectic season, try to make time to relax at the end of each […]

Two Ginger Recipes For Winter

By |November 22nd, 2016|

Here we are again. The days are getting short, the nights epically long. Really, how is it dark at 6 p.m.? And how did we ever get used to this piercing cold the previous year? What should we do?
Late fall and early winter are referred to as Vata season in Ayurveda. In order to […]