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  • Lynne Pike

The Elements of Fall

Updated: Apr 17





And just like that ...

We are into the season of Fall.

Not only is Fall the season of giving thanks—it is also the season of Letting Go.

How do you continue to incorporate life changes alongside seasonal changes?

One way to navigate the seasons is through food + life-style choices.


Ayurveda—India's ancient medical science, rooted in holistic wellness practices—recommends alleviating the drying winds of autumn (mobile + erratic qualities, which can incite restlessness + anxiety) with grounding qualities that are warm + moist.


Changing Foods






Fall Herbs + Spices:

cinnamon, ginger, cardamom, clove, tulsi tea

Foods to favor:

apples, cranberries, dates, beets, oats, avocado

Try to reduce:

caffeine, raw foods, popcorn


Recipe for Fall

Baked or Stewed Apples:

A simple breakfast that is nourishing + grounding. Bake or cook apples stovetop with ghee + a mix of clove, ginger, cardamom, cinnamon. Add chopped figs, apricots, dates, cranberries or raisins. Choose what you like. Cook through and serve warm.

Grounding Practices for Fall

▪ Establish daily routines

▪ Don’t let your head and ears get cold; wear a hat

▪ Rest is a natural part of this season; try not to rush through your morning routine


What is Ayurveda?


 

Live alongside Nature — Reduce Stress — Restore Your Equilibrium

Warmly, Lynne Pike
India’s traditional system of medicine, Ayurveda is holistic in nature — uniting your mind, body, senses, and soul. Ayurveda focuses on digestion, sleep, and energy to reduce stress and bring balance back into your life.










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