Whatever the cause may be we all suffer from low moods. The severity of these states of mind, including how often we suffer from them varies from person to person (obviously). By adding in little ingredients to your day you can help keep bad moods at bay. Properties of the ingredients listed below can help balance relevant brain chemicals and hormones while assisting body processes, helping you deal with whatever life decides to throw at you.
As a Yogi, Personal Trainer, Nutritional Therapist, and #teamVITL Ambassador, Zoe Woodward sure has a lot on her plate. Today she tells us how she keeps her life in balance, starting with taking a realistic view about dieting.
Turmeric has been used in Ayurvedic remedies for centuries, but recent studies have shown that turmeric really does have the benefits that it has traditionally been used for. Turmeric is high in curcuminoids, in particular, curcumin which has been shown to have many medicinal properties. Here are five reasons to choose turmeric:
A key element of Ayurvedic medicine, dating back over 3,000 years, oil pulling involves swishing a tablespoon of a chosen cold-pressed oil (we recommend coconut oil) around in your mouth for 10-20 minutes.