Today’s topic really hits home. You might already know this about me, but quite frankly my life and body used to be an absolute hot mess. No joke. Here’s my before and after:
I was breaking out constantly, 50 pounds overweight, and struggling from chronic anxiety and bouts of depression.
For a long time I felt totally alone, googling as much as I could about whole foods, green juicing, and going vegan, but deep down what I really wanted was to break free from my whole obsession with food and my body for good.
I had hated my body for as long as I could remember and I knew there had to be a way to enjoy food without stressing so much about it.
Being a total foodie at heart, you can imagine how PSYCHED I was when I discovered a set of ancient secrets that promised I could EAT my way to clearer skin, a slimmer body, and even a calmer mind!
Yes, for real.
This is the promise, and in my experience, the direct result of practicing Ayurveda.
I love ayurveda, because eating this way helps create a state of balance on all levels. Once women tap into this wisdom I see their energy transform and their bodies come back into balance rather quickly.
Fewer cravings. Less stress. More freedom.
Today we have a SUPER SPECIAL TREAT because my friend Claire Ragozzino, Ayurvedic Practitioner, and Founder of Vidya Living is giving us some super powerful Ayurvedic tips for elevating your kitchen and combating cravings (they’re so simple you can get started TODAY!)
I met Claire at Spirit Weavers Gathering in California this summer where we bonded over our love of dates, tahini, and the spiritual side of food – you’re going to love her!
Here’s fitness tracker band for crossfit what you’ll learn:
• A magical, 5-second practice that you can do in front of the fridge to instantly reduce your cravings for crappy food.
• How to use Ayurveda to have more control over your food choices and balance your weight naturally.
• Simple tweaks you can make in your kitchen to automate healthy choices and promote a more calm, relaxed energy.
Taking an ayurvedic approach to eating means YOU are in charge, you can release the blame and shame and just get curious about what your cravings are trying to tell you.
In this way you can stop the constant “being good” and then “going off the rails” roller coaster.
You can find a way to meet yourself wherever you are and begin to make the choices that help you feel better for the long run.
We’d love to hear from you!
Which of these practices most resonates with you? Let us know in the comments below and feel free to leave any questions for myself or Claire and we’ll get back to you personally!