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Yoga & Ayurveda: Sister Sciences

Ayurveda and yoga are often called sister sciences; Ayurveda is considered the healing side of yoga, and yoga the spiritual side of Ayurveda. Together they encompass a complete approach to the well-being of the body, the mind, and the spirit.   They are integral parts of...

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Allopathic vs Ayurvedic Medicine

Allopathic (Western, Modern) Medicine: Disease Management Ayurvedic Medicine (Evidence Based Integrative): Health Management.   Traditional medicine is the origin of Allopathic (Modern) medicine while Traditional medicine is an integral part of Ayurvedic medicine.   Modern Medicine can be defined as “A system in which medical doctors and other health...

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The Art and Science of Immunity

“Our vulnerability (to disease) is a measure of declining lifestyle and environmental health” (Suhas Kshirsagar)   Imagine a three-movement ballet where art and science intertwine and align harmoniously! This is your immunity, your real protection at all times!    The first movement takes place at the physical level with...

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Immunity and Wellbeing

According to Larousse, immunity is the condition of an organism that resists infection without pathological manifestations. The body acts without reacting. Dose, frequency, and duration of exposure are the 3 external factors to consider in order to limit contagion. However, the healthiest way, and all...

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Acid-Alkaline Balance – Part 2

The table below follows the Acid-Alkaline Balance Part 1 from the Spring blog. Acidic foods slow down, inhibit or stop the detoxification process. They are also inflammatory and mucus forming.  Eating an acidic diet leads to congestion and inflammation.  Acidic diet can cause bone and muscle...

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Acid-Alkaline Balance – Part 1

Regulation of body fluid pH is one of the most important physiological functions of homeostasis, the ability to keep a constant internal environment.  Lungs, kidneys and buffers play a major role in eliminating acidity while maintaining homeostasis.  Ingested food is therefore of prime importance.   For...

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