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Ayurvedic Stool Examination

The Bristol Stool chart is often used in western medicine diagnostics to determine the quality of ones bowel movements. We find this chart useful here at the clinic! Check out our stories to view the chart. Ayurveda goes beyond the stool…
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How many calories should you be eating a day?

Today we will speak about the Ayurvedic perspective on eating guidelines versus calorie restriction. Perhaps you have been told by a trainer, coach or even a doctor to start restricting your caloric intake in order to lose weight. So what…

Soy Milk

We have a number of dairy-free clients seek advise about their soy milk consumption. Is it okay that I continue drinking my soy latte? Here at Lakshmi Ayurveda we generally do not suggest the use of soy milk for a variety of reasons,…

A Note from Erica on Ayurvedic Nutrition

A note from our Ayurvedic Nutritionist, Erica! Looking around at the supermarkets recently, I'm seeing that a lot of packaged and processed foods are disappearing from shelves. This is obviously due to their longer shelf life, as people…
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Anjeer (Figs)

Figs are called Anjeer in Hindi. Anjeer has such wonderful medicinal benefits with such a high nutritional value. Figs are a wonderful source of iron, rich in calcium (more than milk), potassium (more than bananas) and rich in dietary fibres. The…
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Ayurveda and Watermelon

Do you like watermelons? 🍉🍉🍉 Learn how to eat summer’s favourite fruit 🍉 Watermelon must be one of Australia’s number one fruit eaten during the hot summer on beach trips, BBQ’s, pool parties and picnics. Watermelon…