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Healing Greens 101: An Ayurvedic Perspective

No longer just a frilly garnish, kale is taking the culinary world by storm. Along with it, leafy greens like spinach, chard, and even collards and turnip greens are gracing plates everywhere from fine dining hotspots to fast food restaurants across the country. These nutrient-packed veggies have long played a starring role in Ayurvedic cooking, and with good reason. They’re hydrating, nutrient-rich, and when prepared while fresh, they contain prana, or life-supporting energy. Below, we’ll share both Ayurvedic and nutritional insights on leafy greens, along with tasty ways to incorporate […]

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Overcome Emotional Stress featuring Dr. Nancy Lonsdorf

Dr. Nancy Lonsdorf, an integrative physician and recognized Ayurvedic expert, board-certified in Integrative and Holistic Medicine (ABIHM) explains the effects of emotional stress and recommends Ayurvedic herbal formulas. Emotional stress — we all have it, whether every day or some days; it’s just an inevitable part of life. Did you know that 13% of Americans, however, are taking an antidepressant, and one out of four women between 50 and 64 are taking an antidepressant medication? In my informal survey of many women, often they’re taking an antidepressant not because […]

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Mother-Daughter Conflict

Presumably, the most enduring relationship most women have is with their mothers. Researchers suggest that daughters form an attachment bond with their mothers during infancy and rarely discontinue their relationship irrespective of the bond. Working as a healthcare provider for geriatric clients, specifically aging mothers, I often notice mothers request their daughter over their sons for emotional support. Research conducted on mother-daughter dyads who were chronically subject to conflict revealed that despite experiencing negative emotion and resentment, daughters seldom end their relationship with their mothers. One could be curious […]

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7 Easy Ways to Recharge Your Gut in 2018

With all the glorious excesses of the holidays behind us — pastries, parties, and New Year’s Eve celebrations, oh my — you might be feeling a bit worn out. Fatigue, brain fog, and a few extra pounds around your middle are all signs that your digestive system could use a little tune-up. No time for a big cleanse? No worries. We’ve got your back — and some easy, age-old Ayurvedic tips to gently purify and strengthen your digestion. Here are seven of our favorite (and simple!) strategies for restoring […]

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Want To Be A Better Parent? Change Your Patterns, Not Your Children.

Grounded Parenting – A Six-Week Workshop To Become The Parent You Want To Be. Learn To Use These Internally-Focused Tools Mindfulness Brain Re-Wiring Techniques Byron Katie’s “The Work” Reframing Your Thoughts Mind/Body Awareness Enneagram In Addition To Learning New Concepts And Sharing With Other Parents In The Six Classes, Each Participant Receives A Complimentary One-On-One Coaching Session. Return Joy To Your Parenting Workshop Leaders Tickets LIMITED NUMBER OF SEATS AVAILABLE When: Wednesdays  February 7–March 14 7:00–8:30 pm Where: The White Lotus Wellness Center 4912 Berwyn Road College Park, MD […]

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