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Ayurvedic DIet and Recipes

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Creamy and Fragrant Rice Porridge

In Ayurveda, rice is considered a nectar. It's simple, sweet, nourishing yet easy to digest! This is such a simple and delicious meal (or snack) that can be eaten on its own or with a side at any time of day. As it's such a speedy meal, we highly recommend enjoying for breakfast as an alternative to porridge!

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Traditional Indian Chai

Where's the Chai walla (purveyor of Chai) oh wait, it's you! Take yourself back to India or visit with your kitchen using our traditional India Chai recipe!

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All-Seasons Simple Tridoshic Kitchari

Ayurveda's ultimate healing food - kitchari - also known as a hug in a bowl is a soothing combination of soft mung dhal and rice mixed with digestive spices, vegetables and healthy fats. Kitchari is delicious, easy to digest, suitable for for all dosha, low in calorie, high in fibre, Agni strengthening and gut cleansing.

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Kheer - Sweet Rice Porridge

Kheer (meaning milk in Persian), or Indian rice pudding, is a popular yet simple dessert made of milk, rice, cardamom and sweet ingredients such as dates or raisins. Kheer can be enjoyed as a healthy alternative to contemporary desserts or can even be enjoyed as breakfast in Autumn to nourish and soothe Vata, aid sleep and soothe dry skin.

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Digestive Lassi

Agni-boosting, micro-biome enhancing spicy Lassi - the ideal post-meal digestive for a happy tummy.

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Clean Beets N Greens Kitchari

Beets 'n' Greens keep you fresh and clean! Struggling with Acne? Skin rashes? Volcanic eruptions of emotions? Or excess weight and digestive issues! It sounds like you could do with a gut and liver cleanse! What better (and more delicious) way to promote natural cleansing than with Faith's Beet n Greens Kitchari. Perfect all year round but is absolutely QUEEN come Spring Cleanse season.

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Faith's Creamy Vegan Chai

Who said chai can't be vegan? Get your spicy tea fix with our new vegan recipe! Combining warming spices, caffeine-free tea and a lush mix of soy and oat milks this tea is the perfect way to start the day or, as its caffeine free, maybe end it!

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Faith's Brhmhana Bone Broth

Grounding, warming, amino acid and collagen rich bone broth. Great for vata types and for Autumn to strengthen and moisten tissues.

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Seafood curry with rice. A perfect meal for vata dosha types according to Faith Warner, Ayurvedic Practitioner and Holistic Chef from AyurLife UK.
Tofu avocado salad. A perfect meal for pitta dosha types according to Faith Warner, Ayurvedic Practitioner and Holistic Chef from AyurLife UK.
Spicy roasted vegetables. A perfect meal for kapha dosha types according to Faith Warner, Ayurvedic Practitioner and Holistic Chef from AyurLife UK.
Bowl of porridge and lemon tea. A perfect breakfast according to Ayurvedic practitioner and holistic chef Faith Warner
Indian Food. Lentil Curry. Ayurvedic lunch recipe used by Ayurvedic Practitioner and Holistic Chef Faith Warner from AyurLife UK.
Pumpkin Soup and Herb Garnish. Perfect supper recipe as suggested by Faith Warner, Ayurvedic Practitioner and Holistic Chef from AyurLife UK.
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Ayurvedic ghee. A key ayurvedic ingredients as recommended by AyurLife UK Ayurvedic Practitioner and Holistic Chef Faith Warner
Plate with detox written on it. Ayurvedic detox is a key healing tool used by Faith Warner, AyurLife UK's Ayurvedic Practitioner and Holistic Chef
Fresh Green Salad with Feta. A suitable diet for Spring as advised by Ayurvedic Practitioner and Holistic Chef Faith Warner
Tofu, mushroom, avocado noodles. A perfect diet for summer according to Ayurvedic Practitioner and Holistic Chef Faith Warner
Pecan Pie and Coffee. A great Autumnal meal according to Ayurvedic Practitioner and Holistic Chef Faith Warner
Spicy curry with poppadom. A great recipe for winter according to Ayurvedic Practitioner and Holistic Chef Faith Warner from AyurLife UK.