By Laura Araujo

December 22, 2020

So a quick question. Think about the last thing you ate. What do you remember about it? Did you take the time to enjoy it —like really enjoy it? Or were you multi-tasking and thinking about your endless to-do list or some other thing?

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By Laura Araujo

December 10, 2020

If you’re not familiar with this wonderful dish, it’s a traditional stew-like Ayurvedic dish that in Hindi means “mixture.” It is not only tremendously helpful with digestion owing to the fact that it is loaded with fiber from lentils, root vegetables, and leafy greens, but the warming spices and ghee give you something to cozy up to on a chilly December evening — without having to resort to take-out!

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By Laura Araujo

September 16, 2020

What drug was originally discovered by an Ethopian goat herder in the 1500’s, was banned in Mecca in 1511, is most expensive in Indonesia, and more than 80% of Americans use it?

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By Laura Araujo

June 17, 2020

“Water makes up a tremendous percentage of our adult bodies — about 60% — or that everyone from doctors to wellness advisors prescribe regular water consumption.

But have you ever considered that how you consume that water might make a difference?

Shockingly, it does. “

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