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​3 Ways to Heal the World with Food and Self-Care

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Learn why Ayurveda is the healing you, and our planet, need now.

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Can what you eat save the world? 

In my studies, travel and work with clients around the world, I have noticed a powerful truth. When you embrace Ayurveda nutrition you not only restore your vibrancy, you make choices that empower and uplift our world. I have heard people say, “This feels so good, I am part of something bigger than myself, I want to do more.” 

Does self care impact world care?

While in India celebrating the launch of my book Ayurveda Cooking For Beginners, I recently asked eco-activist Dr. Vandana Shiva what each of us can do to help our environment and the indigenous people whose lives depend upon it. Her answer was, “Make your own meals with your own two hands.” 

Eat to Heal: Eating right requires conscious choices - from selecting ingredients grown in a healthy earth, farmed and harvested generatively, delivered to your local market with the lowest carbon impact, with fair trade and fair employment from seed to table, all prepared in ways that access flavor, nutrition and medicine together.

Eat To Nourish Others: When we feed ourselves pure, organic foods, we are feeding conscious, generative businesses. When they grow, they have more reach so more people can access these healthy whole foods. So, your health impacts the health of all. 

Eat to Restore: Ayurvedic Nutrition teaches you to eat according to your own personal needs, in alignment with the rhythms of nature, the movements of the sun and moon, the cycles of the seasons. Nature restores you. The beauty is that in being restored by nature, you contribute to the restoration of nature.

This is why I am offering this professional course in Ayurvedic Integrative Nutrition, so that you can have a career helping individuals restore radiant health, while collectively lifting up our world. 

I invite you to learn more about how you can join this gentle revolution here

Ayurveda says, “You are What You Digest.” Get 7 powerful but simple tools to master digestion, plus a recipe for a delicious digestive elixir here


Laura Plumb

Laura Plumb is a practitioner and teacher of Ayurveda, Yoga and Jyotish. She is the writer of the book, Ayurveda Cooking for Beginners, and the writer and host of the international 58-part TV series VedaCleanse, with recipes and daily practices for seasonal wellness. She is also the writer and host of the 12-part series Divine Yoga. Laura leads trainings and retreats internationally, and offers online seasonal cleanses and courses. You can learn more about her at LauraPlumb.com and get more Ayurvedically inspired recipes on her blog: Food-ALoveStory.com.

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