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The Benefits of Broccoli

A-Z of Vegetables according to Ayurveda, let’s investigate Broccoli! Broccoli is the most easily digested of the cabbage family. It contains abundant pantothenic acid and vitamin A, has more vitamin C than citrus and is a great natural source of sulfur, iron and vitamin B. Good for Pitta and Kapha; Vata can have in moderation. Broccoli can brighten the eyes, and is used for eye inflammation and nearsightedness. It is also used to treat summer heat conditions, has benefits for dry skin and can counteract gas formation.  

Beetroot According to Ayurveda

A-Z of Vegetables according to Ayurveda, let’s take a look at the mighty beetroot! Beets are rich in silicone and folic acid, therefore they can be beneficial to the female reproductive system.Very good for Vata in small amounts; Pitta and Kapha can have in moderation. Healing properties: Strengthens the heart, improves circulation, purifies the blood, benefits the liver, promotes menstruation. Can also be used with carrots for hormone regulation during menopause (best in the form of juice for better absorption) Beets are also great for helping with constipation and treating haemorrhoids. Treats nervousness and congestion of the vascular system. Best...

A-Z of Ayurveda – A is for Asparagus!

In 2016 we’ll be bringing you the A-Z of vegetables from the perspective of Ayurveda – starting with Asparagus! Asparagus is one of the few foods that can be eaten by all doshas with no alteration. Asparagus contains the diuretic asparagine. Regions: kidneys, arteries, vascular systemEffects: aids kidney function, helps cleanse arteries, aids hypertension & arteriosclerosis.Uses: mild laxative, cardiac/nerve sedative, tonic, aphrodisiac and demulcent.Cautions: too much may irritate the kidneys We’d love to hear your feedback – if you have any questions leave us a comment or send us message on our Facebook page or Instagram any time!  

Salt & Pepper Tofu Recipe

Difficulty Level: Easy Preparation Time: 1/2 hour depending on vegetables Cooking Time: 10 -15 min  Marinating Time: minimum 30 min (3 hours ideal)Serves 4-6   TOFU 500g block organic tofu, chopped into 3cm squares each about 1cm thick 1 green and red chilli, sliced thinly on the diagonal 1 tbsp fresh crushed garlic 1 tbsp tamari 1.5 tbsp coconut oil (or other good quality oil) 1 tsp sea salt 1 tsp cracked black pepper Mix all ingredients into a bowl until well combined and tofu is coated. Cover and refrigerate until needed. FRIED RICE 3 cups steamed brown short grain rice...