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Tofu’s recent rise in popularity is thanks to the fact that it is a complete source of dietary protein, supplying all the essential dietary amino acids. This tasty meat alternative is now mainstream; today you’ll find it easily at most supermarkets and in many various forms, and can be found in the diets of more[...]↣ READ MORE

by Celestia Loeffler of Yoga and Yum Grapefruits are a beautiful citrus fruit that can help bring a little zest into our lives, and help get our bellies back on track. According to Ayurveda (yoga’s sister science), bitter and sour are the two flavors to favor this month, as we transition past holiday indulgence and move toward cleansing[...]↣ READ MORE

Another beautifully tasty and easy-to-make recipe from retreat chef Jo Dombernowsky. If you would like the opportunity to cook alongside Jo, to learn more about nutrition, or to do a detox with her, she’ll be running a number of special retreat weeks this year, including a Yoga, Ayurveda and Yogic Cooking Retreat in June and a Yoga, Cooking[...]↣ READ MORE

With Christmas and New Year being a time of change for many, we want to keep you motivated with tips, thoughts and inspiring stories to help you through the holiday season. In our latest newsletter we suggested ideas for setting your resolution goals, and how to stay on task. In the latest blog we have an inspirational story[...]↣ READ MORE

There is a lot of focus on the nutritional content of foods in Western nutrition – for example, how much calcium, iron, vitamin D, etc a food contains. Nutritional content is important, but digestion and absorption are indeed very important too. We should be able to digest and absorb all that healthy food we eat,[...]↣ READ MORE