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Plan-It Lean ⋆ Page 9 of 29 ⋆ Throw Your Health A Lifeline
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Hydration, it’s really crucial.

There are few things that are more important to your health than staying super hydrated, especially given the hot days of summer. Good thing it’s easy to do! Grab a water bottle from the corner store, or fill up your own reusable one, but avoid...

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Eat Organic, Eat Live!

We all need a serving (or more!) of veggies (min? 2 cups)! every day, but it doesn’t have to be a drag! With the right recipes and the right ingredients, you’re set up for an amazing taste experience, and you’ll keep your immune system in...

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Dyspepsia and Indigestion

Most digestive problems can originate in the stomach, the small intestine or both. Indigestion termed dyspepsia carries a long list of symptoms ranging from abdominal pain, allergic reactions, belching and bloating, a burning sensation after eating, alternating constipation and diarrhea, chronic fatigue, gas galore, insomnia,...

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Red Lentil Soup

Red lentils are classified as hot (ushna) and believed to stimulate digestive fire. This red lentil soup recipe embraces both healing and cooling ingredients as well as spices that enhance optimal digestion for all three doshas! It can be included in a healthy meal plan...

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Ayurveda Health Tips

Plan-it Lean combines my clinical nutrition knowledge with holistic Ayurveda wisdom and techniques to create the ultimate customized healthy meal plans and personalized health care plan for you. Now is a great time to start incorporating Ayurvedic practices into your daily routine to remove toxins,...

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Kitchadi: An Ayurveda Healing Stew

Kitchadi is an Ayurvedic healing stew. I include it in my own diet plans and weight loss programs. Also called kitchari, it can be made with various ingredients and is generally great for all doshas. Kitchadi is my very most favorite liver cleanser. When I...

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Ayurveda Ginger Marmalade Recipe

As we transition out of Kapha (winter) season and into Pitta (Spring), now is a good time to begin your weight loss programs, reboot digestion to remove the sluggish energy of winter while preparing for a vibrant, wet 'n juicy spring. This Ayurveda-friendly Ginger Marmalade...

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Ginger Mung Sprouts

Fresh Mung Sprouts Mung sprouts, highly regarded in Ayurveda, are lighter and easier to digest than most beans and are widely used in restorative and cleansing dishes such as kitchadi and dal. High in antioxidants, they are a perfect addition to healthy meal plans at Plan-it...

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