raw foods Tag

Grandmas and Grandpas who Cleanse

I see much potential in the health of our families and communities. The next logical conversation shifts our perspective from individual health to intergenerational family health. In an effort to broadcast the potential, I've interviewed some of my favorite grandmas and grandpas. All of these wonderful people see themselves as ordinary, not health freaks I assure you. But, I invite you to see the extraordinary potential in how their decisions have the potential to open a different conversation within their peer group and our communities. Please tweet and FB to...

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Yogidetox Q & A

We are very excited here, over at Yogahealer headquarters about the Yogidetox. I've received so many questions like:can I still go to that bash that's been on the calendar for months? what will this be like if I'm a beginner? what will this be like if I'm an experienced vegan yoga teacher? What is a family cleanse all about? Do I have to do enemas? (No! - but you'll probably get curious). What is a living foods Ayurveda cleanse? Do I have to quit coffee?My friends at Jill's List, who are jumping in with both feet,...

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Kids Cleanse too!

Let's get real about what the consequences of not having our kids cleanse:mucus - which leads to colds and nose picking. Gross. poor eye sight (better eye sight comes from omega 3 precursors in leafy greens) allergies (from clogged up lymph systems due to excessive processed foods (like homogenized milk) and grains (like wheat) bad attitude (from acidic ash in the blood). Our natural state as humans is inspired. acne, weight gain, and other social unpleasantries.In the past, many of us have cleansed as individuals. And for many, this created a distancing between the...

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What is a living foods Ayurveda Cleanse?

Grab your free week 1 - pre detox guide - print & post on fridge!I first learned how to cleanse from Ayurveda world. This entailed drinking ghee (clarified butter), eating kitchari (rice, mung beans & curry spices), purging with castor oil, snorting oil up my nostrils, doing herbal and oil enemas. I’ve taught this way of cleansing for the last decade because of it works. It works for a lot of people. And it doesn’t work for a lot of people.I hypothesize kitchari cleanses don’t work for those people for two...

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What is your Bang for the Buck?

"The American lifestyle generates an enormous number of sick people, and there's a huge cost to repair them. We're constantly looking for high-tech solutions - a new magic pill, a new surgical procedure. But what is we went low tech instead, giving people yoga strategies. It would be the biggest bang for the buck in terms of making an impact on the world." Dr. Sat Bir Khalsa  (Yoga Journal, May 2010)I love this idea-  calculating the biggest bang for the buck in terms of making an impact. I'd like to...

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