Stories of a Health Sleuth

Almond Rose Cardamom Cookies

I was invited to a dinner party recently and for my contribution I was assigned a dessert. I love cooking and sharing my food, but […]

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Too Shilajit to Quit Brownies

This quest began when I was receiving some guidance from Cassandra Bodzak. I was telling her how I’ve been trying to share more of my […]

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Does Donald Trump Have Diarrhea?

My extensive training and clinical experience in Ayurveda has provided me a Sherlock Holmes style of deduction for sleuthing out one’s existing imbalances through a […]

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Keeping Ayurvedic Eating Simple

By far, one of the top questions I get as an Ayurvedic practitioner is how one should eat for their dosha. The truth is, handing […]

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Sustaining Your Energy During Holiday Season

Sometimes meltdowns are completely unavoidable. In fact, I had one earlier today despite all of my planning, plotting and positive outlook. I was out of […]

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Reminder: Reset Your Clocks

A PSA for changing your clock to daylight saving, this is not. I’m talking about your circadian clock. The one that is on a 24-hour […]

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On the Burnout Lookout

Burnout isn’t an official diagnosis, but it officially stinks. A lingering state of physical and mental exhaustion, rendering one unable to cope with even small […]

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My Recent Blogs at Banyan Botanicals

Though the frequency of posts here has decreased in the last few months, I haven’t stopped blogging. In fact, I’ve been blogging like never before! I’ve […]

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The Superhero Herb in a Yellow Cape

Turmeric has become ubiquitous among health enthusiasts and even those who may not feed on the knowledge of phytonutrients have been overheard saying, “I heard […]

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Grounding Dish for Transition Between Seasons

We’re at the transition of the seasons, a period called ritusandhi in Ayurveda. It’s a time where we might be dealing with the indecision to […]

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Car Free for Me!

I’ve taken an opportunity to go car free and I feel liberated! Or at least in the two and a half weeks that I have […]

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You can have it dal!

  Dal is a word used for pulses or lentils, beans and peas and for some of the most delicious dishes you can find on an […]

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