Food & Mental Health
Education, Food & Nutrition

New research on Food and Mental Health

The food we eat impacts our mental health. This is evident from the latest research on the subject. In their research paper, Nutritional medicine as mainstream in psychiatry, the authors have commented that, ” There are emerging and compelling evidence for nutrition as a crucial factor in the high prevalence and incidence of mental disorders… Continue reading New research on Food and Mental Health

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Lemon Juice
Ayurveda, Naturopathy, Wellness

Our Health – Festivals & Lemon Juice

There is one food item which can help us maintain our health during festival days. We find this in every kitchen. No need to plan or spend anything. This magic item is our dear little Lemon. Yes, Lemon is a magic panacea to manage our stomach and digestive system. “Lemon contributed substantially in my success to climb… Continue reading Our Health – Festivals & Lemon Juice

Ayurveda, Food & Nutrition, Naturopathy, Wellness

14 eating practices as per Ayurveda

“Those who are wise won't be busy, and those who are too busy can't be wise.” Lin Yutang, The Importance of Living “To keep the body in good health is a duty, otherwise we shall not be able to keep our mind strong and clear.” Buddha We are very busy and workaholic people. We are known… Continue reading 14 eating practices as per Ayurveda

Fitness, Food & Nutrition

One food ingredient, our worst enemy

But the reality is we love our worst enemy. Not only we love, but we savor and have it every now and then and especially on every occasion and during every festival. If we love our worst human enemy like the way we love this food enemy, our life would change and world peace can… Continue reading One food ingredient, our worst enemy

Fitness, Food & Nutrition, Know your Body

Know why your next meal will be different

You are what you eat is not just a phrase or quote, but is a literally true statement. The Chhāndogya Upaniṣhad explains that the coarsest (rough) part of the food we eat passes out as feces; the subtler (delicate) part becomes flesh, and the subtlest (most delicate)  part becomes the mind (6.5.1).  Again, it states… Continue reading Know why your next meal will be different