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Ayurveda Wellness Healing, LLC
shares our favorite Thanksgiving Recipes for your Dosha….
These simple roasted veggie recipes make perfect Thanksgiving side dishes for each dosha. Roasting vegetables brings out the sweetness in veggies and is great for the holiday season. The Vata and Pitta recipes feature sweet veggies, while the kapha recipes features bitter and astringent roasted veggies.
Pitta – Roasted Fennel
Fennel is great for pitta types. Start with two whole bunches. Chop off the tops and cut the stalks into bite-sized pieces. Toss with around two tablespoons of olive oil and a pinch of salt, spread on a cookie sheet or in a roasting pan, and roast at 350 for 30 minutes. Place in a bowl, squeeze the juice of a half lemon over it, and give it a good toss. Place the fennel on a platter and dot small pieces of goat cheese over it.
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“Blockage is disease/Flow is health” 🥰
Here is one of Ayurveda Wellness Healing, LLC favorite Thanksgiving dishes…so yummy!
Wild Rice with Cranberry and Almonds
2 tbsp. Almonds
4 oz. Cranberry (dried)
1 tbsp. Olive Oil
1 whole. Orange
1 tsp. Raw Sugar (if not using dried cranberry)
1 tsp. Rosemary
1 c. Wild Rice
Bring rice and 1.5 cups of water to a boil. Reduce heat and simmer for ten minutes.
Chop the fresh rosemary. Add 1/4 c. orange juice, olive oil, rosemary and cranberry to your rice. If not using dried cranberry then add a dash of raw sugar.
Place into a greased baking dish. Bake at 350 for 45 minutes or until rice is tender. Garnish with slivered almonds and enjoy!
“Blockage is disease/Flow is health” 😊
Developing a Daily ‘Attitude of Gratitude’ is Good for Your Health.
While we often think to express gratitude at Thanksgiving, cultivating a daily sense of gratitude can improve your health and happiness. Research has shown that a sense of gratitude can improve your: self-esteem, sleep, relationships, empathy, physical and psychological health, resiliency and overall satisfaction with life.
My Role Model for Gratitude – I credit my grandmother with my deep sense of gratitude. A woman of great strength but few material possession, she expressed gratitude in prayer and practice daily. In the almost 24 years I had to privilege to know her, I never heard her express one negative thought or unkind word. Who is your role model for gratitude?
What are you grateful for today? Keeping a daily gratitude journal can help you focus on the positives in your life. Simply write one or two things. Contact me if you’re not sure where to begin. One suggestion I put in almost all of my hypnosis sessions is – “Each time I see the color of the sky, I relax … and feel happy.” Gratitude can be as simple as that.
Today I am especially grateful for my husband, family, friends and neighbors and their good health. I am grateful for work that I love so much it doesn’t feel like ‘work.’ I am grateful to live on Cape Ann, deeply aware of and grateful for the beauty of nature that we are gifted with every day.
Happy Thanksgiving! ~ Karen Pischke BSN, RN
Recommended Reading: Simple Abundance by Sarah Ban Breathnach
Karen Pischke BSN, RN, CCRN Alumnus, Author, Speaker, Nurse Researcher, Certified Hypnotherapist, Tobacco Treatment Specialist, Usui Reiki Teacher/Komyo Shihan. Owner/Founder of Dreamtime Wellness LLC. Your Bridge to Health. Promoting Optimal Wellness for Mind, Body and Spirit. Karen is a registered nurse with a background in critical care nursing, cardiac rehabilitation and risk factor reduction, wellness and integrative healthcare. Incorporating a collaborative, integrative approach, Karen strives to educate and provide evidence-based services and self-care tools that improve health, happiness and wellbeing. www.DreamtimeWellness.com. Find us on Instagram and Facebook
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