Make fresh ginger tea! You can make this tea in summer or winter or anytime you experience discomfort in your intestine or stomach. Join our free weekly newsletter to get more ideas and free resources.
When you eat ginger with raw vegetables, it helps in digestion without bloating. In this video, you will get a quick recipe that you can make in a jiffy. No preparation necessary! Post your variations below and let us know your favorite version of ginger salad dressing.
There are multiple ways to use ginger in the Sattvic Method. You can use it as a dessert or slip it in your tea. In this video, you will learn numerous ginger recipes. Jot down the recipes and enjoy them. Learn more about spices and sattvic cooking by joining our classes. Subscribe to our free newsletter to learn more.
Anyone who has tasted raw ginger (without the sugar coating) will vouch that it is spicy! Although it has an earthy flavor, it is spicy. Watch this video to learn more about active biomolecules in ginger. Subscribe to our YouTube channel and newsletter to learn more about the Sattvic Method.
Ginger has been used in Ayurvedic medicine and in the Sattvic Method for several centuries. Taking ginger helps to alleviate several digestive conditions and is a powerful medicine to lower blood sugar. Learn more about the medicinal uses of ginger in this vlog post.
Ginger, from family Zingiberaceae, is an important family for the sattvic method. There are more than 50 genera and 1600 known species of ginger.
We do eat sattvic paneer cheese. It is easy to make paneer at home. This vlog post describes how to make paneer. This is an oral recipe. Hope you will try to make your own paneer cheese.
Use this quick buttermilk recipe whenever you want to cool down. Buttermilk holds a more central role than the use of yogurt in sattvic diet. Learn more about the use of buttermilk.
Ghee is the hallmark of traditional sattvic cooking. It represents the culmination of all the efforts from rising a cow to offering the ghee. It is the most auspicious product in worship, ritual, and cooking.
Butter all fat and is an unusual product of the sattvic process. In this vlog post I share how real butter is made and even a recipe to make with butter. I hope you will try this and enjoy the recipe. Do let me know how it turned out.
In sattvic diet, yogurt plays an important role. It is served at the end of every meal. It is always eaten as buttermilk, never as thick yogurt. In this vlog post, I share a traditional yogurt recipe. Enjoy!
Milk and milk products such as ghee play an important role in Sattvic diet. In India, cows are milked everyday and fresh milk is used throughout the day. In some homes cows are milked twice a day by hand. The energy of a cow raised lovingly and milked with tremendous patience is highly sattvic.
The Sattvic Method is life positive. Celebrating life is one of the purposes of the sattvic method. In this video you will learn more about celebrating life!
You get busy in your life and you forget your life is all about you. This vlog post talks about how to celebrate yourself! Sattvic Method emphasizes celebrations and gratitude.
Your life is filled with possibilities. We choose at every turn. This vlog post briefly shares how you can celebrate your possibilities in the sattvic method.
Let us celebrate what we have. Our thankfulness and celebrations result in gratitude. This video provides a perspective on celebrating what you already have.
Everyone knows about celebrating what we already have. The Sattvic Method asks us to celebrate what we don’t have also! Watch this video to learn more about this method.
The Sattvic Method comes from an ancient tradition that includes plenty of celebrations. The celebrations are the core of life and they form a way to expand and appreciate our life. Learn more about celebrations and the importance of the Sattvic Method.
Bitter Foods have many benefits such as detoxing your body, balancing your microbiome, increasing your appetite, and helps to control bloating. They also help to control inflammation in the body! Join our Sattvic Method challenge to learn more about the benefits of bitter foods.
Simple sattvic methods and routines will help you to glow from within! Learn the secret youthfulness formula in this video. This video will give a brief understanding and secrets of feeling youthful and energized. Join our Sattvic Method challenge to discover more.
In the Sattvic Method, we eat bitter vegetables during seasonal changes. Many people view bitter veggies as unpalatable, but they're crucial for your health during seasonal changes. Bitter foods help to boost your microbiome and cleanse your colon, keeping you healthy and immune during the colder months. Watch this video to learn more.
Ugadi is the New Year's festival for the people of Karnataka. It is celebrated on the first day of the Hindu month of Chaitra, which usually falls in March or April. The word "ugadi" is derived from two Kannada words: "uga" meaning new and "adi" meaning beginning.
Bitter foods should be combined with other tastes in the sattvic method. Bitter foods help us to maintain the health of the small intestine and help to control bloating. Bitter foods could be the most healthy, and tasty thing for your body!
Bitter vegetables are some of the healthiest and most nutritious items you can eat. They help boost your immunity, improve your taste perception, and more. Watch this video to learn all about the benefits of bitter foods, and see why you should add them to your diet!
Do you know that sugar is one of the main reasons for obesity and other diseases? In this video, I share more information with you regarding how to cook delicious and healthy meals without using sugar.
Molasses is a sweet syrup that is separated from sugar during the refining process, when sugar is produced from sugar cane. It's often used for cooking and baking, but also as a health tonic because it contains iron, calcium, potassium, magnesium and other minerals.
Many of us use brown sugar as a substitute for white sugar assuming that it is a healthier alternative. Watch this video to learn more about how brown sugar is made and decide for yourself! Our sattvic method challenge helps you eat for your health, wellbeing, and consciousness.
Jaggery is a traditional sugar that has been used in India for centuries. It's a healthier alternative to regular sugar and it tastes really delicious! In this video I'll share how to use jaggery in your diet.
More than 10 different kinds of sugar are available in the market today. Not all of them are created equal.This video provides you with more information regarding the types of sugars. Sattvic method provides you with tools and recipes to eat without additional sugar.
Everybody loves something sweet. Our body processes sugar differently and in fact it becomes a poison! Watch this video to learn more.