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Mothers day is coming up on May 9th, and here are a couple of gift ideas to help celebrate her! In what's proven to be a challenging year, procuring mom a thoughtful Mother's Day gift will add a little brightness to her special day. Whether your mom is into luxurious beauty buys, prefers a gift of wellness to help her look beautiful from the inside out or could use a pair of earrings to make her outfits look even more put together, the best mother's day gifts are sure to bring a smile to her face. My 2021 Mothers Day Gift ideas are gifts that elevate wellbeing and self-love. Most of the suggestions are products or services that I've personally...

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My Morning On A Plate

How do you start your day? Hitting snooze on your alarm, or leaping energetically out of bed? Journaling or gulping a cold smoothie on the way out of the door? Modern living and digital distractions can leave us feeling depleted each morning. Creating a self-care routine can be pretty transformative.  My morning routine helps me stay grounded, energized and also helps my skin look fresh.7 am - MEDITATION & HOT WATER I wake up at around; I have 250 ml of hot water to help jumpstart the digestion. I then do a 30-45 minute cosmic meditation, in which I envision light entering my chakras and recite a sacred mantra, which was given to me by my guru. The sounds from the mantras...

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High-Protein Mung Pancake Recipe

A mung chilla -an Indian version of pancake or crepe is a popular breakfast (though I generally recommend having it for lunch or dinner) option in Indian homes. Mung chillas are high in protein and quick and easy to make. There are several recipes, but this is my favourite!   Serves 4 INGREDIENTS* 1 cup mung dal (soaked overnight or for at least 3-6 hours)* 1 chilli* 1-inch ginger* 1 tsp cumin / jeera* ¼ tsp turmeric* 2 tbsp coriander* pinch hing / asafoetida* ½ tsp salt* 3 tbsp water* oil or ghee for roastingINSTRUCTIONS Firstly, in a large bowl soak 1 cup mung dal overnight or for at least 3-6 hours.  Drain off the water and transfer to the blender.  Also add 1...

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    It happens every year, December rolls around, and it's go, go, go. Our calendars fill up with back-to-back parties, canapés become diet staples, we sleep less and drink more. Its no secret: the holiday festivities can be rough on your gut and skin.   So how to counter all the indulgences?  Ayurveda has natural remedies that help detoxify your body and can keep your gut 'somewhat' healthy during the holidays! These are five of my best tips. Sip On Beat The Bloat Ayurvedic Tea We dress up, look great and go out to enjoy a meal. But, within an hour we feel gassy and bloated. We wish we were back at home, cosy in bed in grandma style pyjamas. I'm...

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”We aren’t necessarily what we eat but what we digest and absorb”.⠀

”We aren’t necessarily what we eat but what we digest and absorb”.⠀⠀Ayurveda generally does not encourage too many raw or cold foods. Raw foods are harder to digest for the body in comparison to cooked food. Sure, we might lose some vitamins, minerals and enzymes whilst cooking, but if we can't digest what we are eating, it won't nourish us. ⠀⠀Can't do without your smoothie or salad? Have it between 11 am-2 pm when your digestion is the strongest. Avoid having it more than twice a week, early morning or in the evening when your digestion is the weakest.

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