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Healthy Sprouted Fenugreek Stir Fry

This fenugreek sprout stir fry has nutritional value and pairs well with rice & chapati, and it can also be used to make a nutritious salad. Fenugreek is good for your heart because it lowers blood pressure, reduces cholesterol absorption, and controls triglycerides.

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Ayurvedic Triphala Churna

Triphala literally means “three fruits.” It consists of a blend of three dried fruits: Amalaki (Amla), Bibhitaki (Baheda), and Haritaki (Harad). It works great as a remedy to help with ulcers, acid reflux, diabetes, constipation, and more.

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Badam Halwa

Badam halwa is a rich, delectable, and nutty South Indian melt-in-your-mouth halwa made with only three ingredients. A delicious almond recipe can assist improve brain function, muscles, the liver, and life expectancy.

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Summer Special Aam Panna

Aam Panna is a soothing and refreshing cooler made with raw green mangoes, perfect for the hot summer season. Power-packed with great health benefits, it’s a flavorsome drink to quench your summer thirst. sweet and sour in taste, this recipe, also known as Kairi Panha.

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Ayurvedic Black Bean Soup

This cozy and nourishing black bean soup meal is simple, filling, and nutritious. It’s high in fiber, vegan, gluten-free, and made from pantry staples. This quick soup is excellent for hectic weeknights or lunches. Get an easy step-by-step guide here.

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Crispy Apple, Celery, and Walnut Salad

A lighter spin off to Waldorf Salad, try and enjoy the crisp, fresh flavor of this refreshingly easy salad recipe. Filled with wholeness of apples, celery, raisins, & crispy walnuts, this meal is ideal as a side dish or for a picnic. Perfect for people with Vata dosha.


Sesame Chutney

Need a quick side dish for those busy hours? This creamy sesame seeds chutney recipe is high in vitamins, minerals & can add flavor to even the most basic dishes. Sesame is great for heart health & is beneficial to people who suffer from neurological disorders.


Horse Gram Rasam (Kulattha Rasam)

Low on energy? A warm, comforting rasam steaming bowl will keep you grounded and pleased. Try out this new Ayurvedic recipe rich in iron, calcium, and plant-based protein. It has low calories and high fiber content, making it a diabetic-friendly food.