A Practical Introduction to the Life-Changing Power of AYURVEDA
Transform yourself and kick unhealthy habits to the curb once and for all with a cleanse based on the ancient wisdom of Ayurveda. Using food as medicine, certified Ayurveda practitioner Kerry Harling will help you get to the root causes of ill health and bring your body, mind and spirit into balance. Ayurveda works because it’s not a diet; it’s a holistic approach to living that’s tailored to your “dosha,” or unique metabolic type. Kerry’s 25-day cleanse is perfect for those new to Ayurveda because it is broken down into three distinct, easy-to-follow phases with more than 60 delicious recipes.
The first phase clears out your digestion, ridding your body of toxins that lead to illness and lethargy. In the second phase, healing foods and daily practices ignite your digestive fire, transforming your physical and emotional health. In the third phase, you’ll reintroduce foods based on your individual needs and learn how to maintain this new lifestyle. Each phase has a day-by-day schedule, an illustrated yoga sequence, a guided meditation, pranayama (breathwork) and journal prompts to support your journey.
Rather than counting calories or determining ratios of macronutrients in a one-size- fits-all approach, you’ll receive guidance with the freedom to customize the plan that feels right to you. You’ll also learn to prepare nourishing and delicious meals with beautifully photographed recipes, such as Pumpkin Saffron Soup, Cooling Coconut Curry Soup and Sesame Ginger Salmon Salad. With Kerry guiding the way, you can achieve long-lasting wellness that brings your body, mind and spirit into complete harmony within 25 days. You’ll emerge on the other side rejuvenated, glowing with vitality from the inside out.
|Publisher:||Page Street Publishing|
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About the Author
KERRY HARLING is a certified Ayurveda practitioner and CEO of Holistic Highway. She also has a practice at the University of Pittsburgh’s Center for Integrative Medicine, runs the Ayurveda Sanctuary, is a registered practitioner with the National Ayurveda Medical Association (NAMA) and is a certified yoga teacher. She lives in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.