Ayurveda Recipe – Tangy Okra Curry

Ayurveda imparts emphasis on consumption of curries to keep healthy. Curries have a lot of nutritional value and help in stimulation your digestion process due to the presence of various spices and herbs. [Read more…]

The Ayurvedic aspect of Dairy Products

The dairy products such as the milk, egg and yogurt possess the attribute of being building in the nature and thus take more energy in the digestion of the food. This article is penned down to make the readers acquaint with some of the intriguing recipes for dairy products which are lighter as well as easier in terms of preparation. Have a look: [Read more…]

The Right Way to Cook Ayurvedically

Cooking is considered to be a healing and a sacred act, as through it plays a key role in the nourishment of yourself and the people around you. To cook the food in the Ayurvedic manner, there isn’t a complicated process; all you require is a clean space and the required equipment. The below mentioned pointers will provide the details about the requirements. Have a look: [Read more…]

The Ayurvedic perspective of curries

Curries are the combinations of the different spices which are added to the food will the objective of aiding the process of the digestion. They can be prepared by either combining one or two spices or with the combination of a dozen of spices. The very act of learning to prepare one’s own curry requires a vast sense of dish, taste and the medical repercussions. [Read more…]

Intoxicating Coffee Aroma in Chikmagalur

Day 1- Soaked in Coffee!
Chikmagalur was the destination this time. Just about a 4-hour drive from Bangalore city in the south-western part of Karnataka, is this tiny little town which resembles a bean shape on the map of the state. The drive was easy and the roads were good. The monsoons were almost over but a few showers added the much needed ‘zing’ to the exotic holiday we were about to have! [Read more…]

5 Ayurvedic Spices That Must Be In Your Kitchen

An Indian kitchen is always considered incomplete without spices. Spices are always incorporated in Indian cuisine. [Read more…]

Unsung Mumbai Street Food for Cast Iron Stomach

Tender, juicy, soft and spicy. These are the words that come to mind when you take the first morsel of ‘bheja fry’ in your mouth, once you have digested the idea of deep-fried goat brain as delectable. [Read more…]

Five Ayurvedic Food Principles for Type II Diabetes

Diet and lifestyle sit at the helm of successful management of Type 2Diabetes (T2D) or Prameha as it is called in Ayurveda. On one hand, unhealthy diet and sedentary lifestyle are one of the major causes of T2D. On the other hand, their healthy and wholesome counterparts are the most powerful nemesis of this metabolic disorder. It is not surprising that Ayurveda regards healthy diet and lifestyle as the cornerstones of health and wellbeing. Here are five most essential Ayurvedic diet changes that can help you in the management of T2D- [Read more…]