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Kate Towell’s Seven Day Cleanse Menu

A great way to experience the Ayurvedic cleansing process is to start with an at-home kitchari cleanse. This type of cleanse will boost your physical vitality and mental creativity. It supports weight loss naturally.

This is one of my favorite seasons – Cleansing Season! This week I finally had the opportunity to clear my schedule so I could do my seasonal cleanse.

I have tried many types of cleanses over the years and must admit the first time I cleansed I struggled. I had a headache, was foggy mentally and constantly thought about when I could eat real food again and have a cup of coffee. I created this cleanse after many failed attempts at juice fasts, master cleanses and other cleanses using shakes, commercial products or herbs.

Daryl’s Super Seed Bread (Vegan, Gluten Free) from Kate Towell

A photo of Daryl's Super Seed Bread which is gluten free, vegan, delicious, and super satisfying.

Dawn and I just got back from a fantastic weekend hosting 12 fabulous women on retreat. My sister came out to support us by taking care of feeding these amazing yogis for the weekend. This was no easy task but luckily just before the retreat one of Dawn's long-time clients brought in a special treat for her birthday, his amazing seed bread.

Optimize spring health with Ayurveda, by Kate Towell

In spring, nature comes alive—with the arrival of spring showers that cleanse the accumulated stores from the winter. We begin to feel more energetic and spend more time outdoors, open the windows and shed our heavy coats. Spring is the season of celebration.

During seasonal transitions we celebrate the wondrous changes in nature. In the spring we enjoy the cherry blossoms, the happy songs of the birds and the arrival of our favorite flowers. In spring, nature comes alive—with the arrival of spring showers that cleanse the accumulated stores from the winter. We begin to feel more energetic and spend more time outdoors, open the windows and shed our heavy coats. Spring is the season of celebration.

Eight Tips to Shop Smarter at Whole Foods

I have to admit when Whole Foods moved into the neighborhood I had second thoughts about shopping there. I try to support farmer’s more directly at farmers markets and through CSA’s (community supported agriculture), when they are seasonally available. But most importantly I’m concerned about shopping healthy on a budget, and I’ve avoided Whole Foods because I too have heard it called, “whole paycheck.

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