Ever wonder why nutritionists seem to stress gut health more than anything else? Without going complete health-nerd on you here, we’ll just say that the gut is essentially a mini-ecosystem inside of our bodies, where all the food processing takes place!
Facials are an important part of an overall beauty regimen as it detoxifies your skin, shrinks pores and cleans deep to remove impurities. Adding facials to your routine is like adding going to the gym to your fitness and diet plan, but just like you can skip the gym and workout at home, you can skip the spa and get your facial at home. Read on to learn about how you can give yourself a facial at home!
Consuming seasonal fruits and veggies will help you get the most nutrients out of the fruits and veggies you already love. Take a look at fruits and vegetables that are in season during fall/autumn and try to incorporate these yummy, vegan and all natural goodies.
Ayurveda hair care is much different that that of the west. Simple, all natural, plant based ingredients and oils are used to beautify hair naturally and equally important are lifestyle choices that promote health, reduce stress and improve your overall well-being.
For endless health and beauty benefits, eat the rainbow! No, not Skittles, but colorful, juicy, fresh, organic fruits and veggies throughout the day! The most important concept for you to understand is that your skin is going to be as good as the food that feeds it.
Did you know that skin can be dry and dehydrated due to lack of humidity during winter and one of the simplest ways to prevent dry skin in winter is by staying hydrated? During the cold winter months it's easy to forget the importance of staying hydrated. You're less likely to get hot and sweaty like you would in warm weather and so you might neglect the amount of water intake you should be getting. Read here to understand the importance of staying hydrated and other tips on treating dry winter skin using principles from Ayurveda beauty.
Drinking Green Tea is certainly a pick me up that can keep you nice and warm during the cold winter months, but it's more than just a "cup of tea" it's loaded with antioxidants and skin and health benefits!