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by Dr. Harkiran Nehra

Pregnancy is a unique state of physiological stress which necessitates physical and social adaptations . Pregnant woman’s health and fitness – physical as well as mental; natally and post natally has become the prime concern in present time ...

 

Editor´s Note from Sonica Krishan: Dr. Harkiran is a new author with ATH and she tells us about the positive role and benefits of particular yoga poses and deep breathing techniques of Pranayama when practiced by women during pregnancy.  The author says that this way woman can keep herself fit and stable during pregnancy and also cope up with the prenatal stress and anxiety. Please have a read of the article. Namaste.

 

Ayurveda


by Cathy Cassani Adams

You are in a hurry.

Even when you don’t have to be anywhere, you are trying to get somewhere.

You have been trained to be in a hurry, to move fast, to get a lot done in the least amount of time...

 

Editor's Note from Sandra Miniere: Cathy Cassani Adams reminds parents to get off autopilot and out of the fast lane in order to be with their children in a mindful way. The decision to be present without leading and judging turns any activity into a meditation. This five-minute practice enables you to feel peaceful and connect with your children in meaningful ways.

 

Sacred Living


from FoodTank

The food system depends on a healthy environment, but poor agricultural practices are responsible for environmental degradation. Beekeepers continue to lose 30 percent of honeybee colonies during an average winter—likely due to pesticides and other agrochemicals...


Editor's Note from Susan Lutz: The food system struggles to provide and sustain, yet their are those working to provide important ingredients to repairing the way we eat and think about food.

 

Organic Living


 

by Christopher Hobbs

A number of the most popular phytopharmaceutical preparations in Europe contain an American herb by the name of echinacea, or purple Kansas coneflower. The first commercial European preparation of echinacea was made over 50 years ago by Gerhard Madaus under the name Echinacin...

 


Herbology


by Sharada Hall

I was recently asked about the epidemic numbers of people suffering from food allergies, specifically dairy and soy products. This population in the U.S. is so large that in fact the foods themselves have come to be considered generally "bad."...

 

Editor's Note from Julie Cerrato: Allergies are incredibly commonplace in America these days. Most individuals are unaware of Ayurvedic wisdom that helps keep digestive fire (agni) high to properly process foods and prevent the accumulation of toxins (ama). Ayurveda also details specific food combinations to avoid in order to prevent the development of allergies from allergens lodged in the gut. In this article, Dr. Hall details some of the key reasons that people are allergic to common foods like dairy and soy. She notes that the pasteurization and overprocessing of foods significantly contributes to these allergies and can be reduced or avoided with an Ayurvedic diet. Namaste

 

Ayurveda


Adapted by Andrea D'Amore

This has been one of my favorite spring lunch recipes for a while now and if made with soy yogurt and sprouted grain or rice tortillas it can also be vegan and gluten free. Once again, it lets us take advantage of what spring has to offer by using the greens, chives and asparagus and it delivers a wide variety of nutrients...

 

 

Healing Recipes


by Beverly Schydlowsky, PhD., LCSW

I wake up in the morning and my back hurts.  I have a headache, foot aches, tooth pains, and my vision is blurry. Now, all I have to do is figure out what specialist to see. I know I must have a body problem, and that the doctor can fix it...

 

Editor’s Note: This article illustrates  the changes we experience in the aging process and how we can learn to pay attention to the close relationship between our bodies and our emotions as a way of taking care of both. ~Elizabeth

 

Psychotherapy


by Christopher Hobbs

In the grand scheme of things, it is always interesting to note how dependable are the cycles of history. It has been said that a wise person is one who studies history and can subsequently predict the future. Sometimes truly excellent things persevere and come back into vogue under a new disguise after we have forgotten that we were tired of them...

 

 

Herbology


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