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Ghee is cow’s butter from which the water and milk solids have been removed it can be used for frying herbs, sautéing vegetables, cooking and baking. Ghee is oilier than butter and very health promoting; it has a long shelf life and a beautiful flavour.

It pacifies Vata and Pitta Dosha, strengthens and protects bodily tissue, improves memory, increases mental clarity, promotes stamina, stimulates digestion, produces a healthy complexion and aids rejuvenation and longevity. If taken in moderation (1-2 tsp) with each meal it enhances the digestive process.

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Did you know that the brown skins of almonds are a little difficult to digest? For this reason it is better to blanch them. A simple fix of just 60 seconds in boiling water then drained and rinsed in cold water – the skins will slip right off!

For more about what to eat, contact Erica, our Ayurvedic nutritionist, on 0404 422 632 or the Lakshmi clinic at 0406 810 547.

Initial consultations are $60, follow-up consultations are $40. After attending your initial consultation you can book your follow-up immediately after and the cost will be only $80.

We look forward to welcoming you!

 

Nutrition is a pillar of health and wellbeing, practically from an Ayurvedic perspective. Erica, our Lakshmi Team Ayurvedic Nutritionist and Panchakarma Therapist writes about her love of Oats 😊

“Anyone who knows me well, knows I LOVE my oats in the morning.

Oats are a great source of important vitamins, minerals, fiber & antioxidants.

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Do you use black sesame seeds in your cooking?

They have a delicious nutty flavour and are so nutritious.

In Ayurveda black seed sesame seeds are known for its beneficial effect for Asthi dhatu bone tissue. The oil pressed out of these seeds is know as Tila Taila and is the main base oil used for most Ayurvedic herbal oils

Black seed sesame seeds are very rich in Calcium, magnesium, a high source of fibre, zinc, B vitamins, Phosphorous, Vitamin E, copper and Iron. Which makes them so beneficial for your body and mind.

Here are ten reasons to eat more black sesame seeds:

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Cleansing of the senses is a part of an Ayurvedic routine. A ritual for cleaning the eyes , ears, nose, skin and tongue are mentioned in the Daily Ayurvedic Routine (Dinacharya). To learn more about the Dinacharya we recommend our Lakshmi team Ebook. https://www.lakshmiayurveda.com.au/prod…/lakshmi-team-ebook/

According to Ayurveda the five elements (earth, water, fire, wind, ether) manifest in the functioning of the five senses.

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Would you like some guidance with your meal planning?

Do you feel stuck on what to cook and eat?

Would you like to learn more on Ayurvedic nutrition or would like some Ayurvedic meal planning. You are welcome to see our experienced Nutritionist Erica.

There are so many healthy and quick options. Let us tailor a meal plan to suit you. Stop the vegemite cheese, bacon and eggs or sugary cereals and exchange for steel cut oats, spiced apple, quinoa porridge, or what about a savoury Poha.

Initial Nutrition consultation $60/ 1 hr🍵

You can also combine an initial Ayurvedic consultation with a Nutrition consultation $160 and save $30.

If you have any questions you are always welcome to call us on ph: 0406810547 or email info@lakshmiayurveda.com.au

With love your Lakshmi team 🌿🍵🍵🌿

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