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CATEGORY ARCHIVE: kapha

Diabetes: Inevitable or Preventable? Posted on:

Clients often tell me that they have a genetic pre-disposition to diabetes because

diabetes runs in my family.

This is a statement that I have found difficult to accept at face value. While it is true that many people today have immediate or extended family members who have been diagnosed … (read more)





Inflammation: Misdiagnosing the Cause Posted on:

The media is hyping the latest threat to our wellbeing – inflammation. This new theory shows promise, however, Ayurveda brings a different perspective on the cause, the importance and the treatment of inflammation.

I was first alerted to the ominous threat of inflammation when I read David Agus’s book titled … (read more)









Ayahuasca and Ayurveda Posted on:

I have recently returned from a two month odyssey around Ecuador and Peru in South America. It was a wonderful opportunity to experience this great continent and the adventure was thoroughly enjoyable.

While most of the journey was as a tourist, I was fortunate enough to spent four weeks studying … (read more)