Jun 10, 2015
June 10, 2015 – Rene MacVay, Food Blogger | Healthy Recipe Variations I was looking for a quick and healthy meal to have post workout. I had about an hour to eat and get ready for an appointment so I worked with what I had. I looked in my refrigerator and found the following items
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Jun 09, 2015
Beth J Shaw author of YOGAFIT Stress Management means basically, learning how to manage stress, by witnessing it, and releasing it. Stress management, is simply, a daily process to let go of tension stored in the body and mind. Without this letting go process, we become candidates for ulcers, heart attacks, migraines and premature aging.
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Jun 05, 2015
June 1, 2015 – Rene MacVay, Food Blogger | Healthy Recipe Variations Since I had to become gluten free I have reduced my pasta intake quite a bit. Pasta used to be a great go to for me, as it was a quick meal to fix and great leftovers to take to work the following day.
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Jun 04, 2015
Tolerant Red Lentil Pasta has a bit of a peppery flavor when eaten on its own. When I use it in a recipe I look to find flavors that enhance the pasta’s natural flavors. This dish uses sundried tomatoes for a sweet flavor, chickpeas for a meaty texture, onions and garlic as aromatics, and mushrooms for a chewy texture.
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Jun 02, 2015
Not only do I love to eat light and healthy foods, but I also do not like to waste food. When I had an opportunity to try broccoli and cauliflower greens I was elated! This was an opportunity to experience two vegetables I love in an entirely new way. I have used the greens as a side dish
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Jun 02, 2015
Recently, I sat down with Ayurvedic expert Kathryn Herbert to talk herbs, doshas, and real-life miracles. Herbert, who, was diagnosed with AS (Ankylosing Spondylitis), RS (Reiter Syndrome), FM (Fibromyalgia) and IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome), is a living example of the downright amazing health benefits of India’s ancient healing practice. She is excited to share her wisdom at YogaLean’s first
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Jun 01, 2015
Rehydrated chickpeas are great for homemade hummus, but what do we do with those left over? I put some in a salad and decided to make a pasta to use up the last few. Adding beans to pasta creates complementing textures, making our meal that much more satisfying. Base Ingredients (recipe serves 2): 1 Cup Tolerant Black Bean Rotini ½ Cup
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May 27, 2015
Dr. Sachin Kotalgaonkar MD (Panchakarma) (Scholar) Consulting Ayurved Physician and Panchakarma specialist Shilajit- Introduction and Chemical Properties: SHILAJIT, also known as SHILAJATU or Mineral Pitch or Asplaltum, originates from four metals- Gold, Silver, Copper and Black Iron. This is Rasayana (Rejuvenating medicine) in effect and if applied methodically it is aphrodisiac and alleviates diseases. Its
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May 27, 2015
Author Kathryn Herbert; Ayu Ct P, RYT 250 with Dr Sachin Kotalganor; MD (India) Ayu Physician DPU, IAA Secretary SHILAJIT, or Silajatu as it translates from Sanskrit to mean “rock invincible”, is Mineral Pitch collected from the mountainous ores found in the Himalayan region and is known also as Moomie (Russian). The ancient science
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May 22, 2015
I’ll be the first to admit that it’s not always easy to fit in a workout during the week. Between your job or school, meetings, doctor’s appointments, taking care of your pets and family, running errands, and cooking dinner, exercise doesn’t always make the cut. Then when the weekend rolls around, you make up for not exercising
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