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by Melania Lizano
According to Ayurveda, good digestion is the most significant factor in our overall health. It will...
by Chef Johnny Brannigan
Cultivating a healthy digestive fire is the best way to remove toxins from your body, optimize your...
by Suhas Kshirsagar, M.D. (Ayur)
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There is no greater expression of self-love than anointing ourselves from head to toe with warm oil...
by Sandhiya Ramaswamy
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Sitting is the new smoking. Inactivity can cause a host of health issues, but most people spend...
by Bess O'Connor
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Pregnant women receive so much conflicting and unsolicited advice when it comes to nutrition—they...
by Melania Lizano
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by Marty Cottler, Ph.D.
There’s good stress and there’s bad stress. Do you know the difference? And how are you dealing...
by Melissa Eisler
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The only way to be absolutely sure of what’s in your sunscreen is by making it yourself. Reduce...
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