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  Good health and happiness are our birthright. Don’t trade it away.   According to Yoga sages, the three main causes of disease are stress, toxins, and bad eating habits.

Here are some good eating habits advised by the sages:
Let's be sensible about eating and fasting.
Sweet Potatoes and GreensWinter is here and it's even more important to eat well to keep our immune systems strong during these cold months. It is easy to fall into bad habits, filling up on stodgy comfort foods instead of the healthier options our bodies really need. Our recipe this month features delicious sweet potatoes coupled with super greens, kale, spinach or bok choy. It's fast and easy to prepare, and chock full of vitamins, minerals and fibre.
Kale ChipsPrep Time: 10 minutes
Cooking Time: 10 minutes
Yields: 10 servings or more
Ingredients: 1 to 2 bunches kale
Olive oil
Tomato SalsaAugust is this Pitta's favorite recipe month. Although, tomatoes are not the ideal fruit for my ayurvedic dosha, I indulge to the fullest when they are abundant and in season every year in August. Salsa is probably one of my ALL-TIME favorite foods. I love it because it is raw, colorful, salty, spicy, tangy, and even sweet. Also you can make salsa AND gazpacho at the same time:) Just dice the following ingredients:
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