Be Healthy. Be Happy. Naturally.
Ayurveda tells us that everything we do affects our health and well-being. You are what you eat, you are what you do, and you are what you think. And modern science is just now beginning to prove what Ayurveda has been telling us for the past 5,000 years.
In one recent study, participants were asked to keep a journal during the week. One group wrote about things that they were grateful for, another wrote about daily irritations and a third group wrote about anything they wanted. The group that focused on what they were grateful for were far more optimistic, happier and felt better about their lives. They had fewer health problems and fewer visits to the doctor.
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I am certified as an Ayurvedic Practitioner. I am not a medical doctor nor a dietitian, and I do not diagnose, treat or cure disease. My articles are not a substitute for medical advice. It is always recommended that clients work with their physicians for routine medical care and treatment of illness. Check with your doctor before taking herbs or using essential oils, especially when pregnant or nursing.
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