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Vegan Chai Sugar Cookies with Ayurvedic Plant Protein Powder

Vegan Chai Sugar Cookies with Ayurvedic Plant Protein Powder

If the way to the heart is through the stomach, then you need to make these. Our yummy Vegan Ayurvedic Chai Sugar Cookies contain 21g of organic plant protein powder, potent Ayurvedic herbs, inflammation-combating spices - and taste of delicious organic chai vanilla. Top with vegan icing, and your loved ones will be full in their tummies and in their hearts.

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Dosha Pacifying (and Immune-Boosting!) Chocolate Smoothie Bowl with Ayurvedic Protein Plant-based Powder

Dosha Pacifying (and Immune-Boosting!) Chocolate Smoothie Bowl with Ayurvedic Protein Plant-based Powder

This delicious and nutritious smoothie bowl is balancing for your unique Ayurvedic constitution. Easy to make and enjoyable any time of day, this bowl is like a dessert – but super healing as well. 
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Ayurvedic Protein™ Plant-based Powder Starter Guide

Ayurvedic Protein™ Plant-based Powder Starter Guide

 Follow our 4 simple guidelines to get the most out of each scoop!

 

  1. Consistency is key, baby! 

Our unique superfood protein was designed to give you a daily dose of superpowers. Eat a scoop of Ayurvedic Protein™ every day, whether that be for breakfast, after exercise, or as an afternoon snack smoothie. Enjoy up to 2 scoops per day.  

2. Strengthen your agni 

Go ahead – prepare Ayurvedic Protein™ however you’d like. But, try this for a change: blend a scoop of protein with 1-2 cups of milk (we love it with rice milk!), and heat the mixture in a saucepan. According to Ayurveda, warm liquids help strengthen your digestive fire (agni) and enhance digestion and absorption of food and nutrients. Enjoy this yummy warm high-protein chai any time of day. 


3. Make a daily
 ritual for self-care 

In need of healing? Who isn’t! Set an intention while enjoying Ayurvedic Protein™ by simply saying (or thinking) “I am open to healing,” “this is giving me strength,” or whatever you need. By doing so, you are sending forth a ripple effect of positivity and healing around you.   

4. Do the best you can 

Being human is haaaaaaaaard. But no matter what, you deserve to nurture your best self.  

Breathe deeply, go courageously, and love yourself unapologetically. Need a little support, a little pep in your step, a little slap on the tush to remind you how awesome you are? We’re here for ya. Follow us on instagram, Facebook and Pinterest for your daily dose of love and authentic positivity at @ayurvedicprotein. 

 

Tags: Plant based protein powder, Yoga nutrition, Food to eat after yoga, Vegan protein powder, Vegetarian protein powder, Clean protein powder, organic protein powder, yoga fuel, Ayurveda, Ayurvedic Medicine

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How Hating Yoga Healed Me

How Hating Yoga Healed Me

Six years ago, I was battling depression and a friend invited me to a yoga festival. The thought of spending an entire weekend contorting my body, surrounded by super lean women wearing expensive yoga attire was not my idea of healingtold herno way.” And then she bought my festival pass.  

There I was, at the festival of spandex, and the last place I wanted to be. At first, I felt a little out of place. The first class challenged me to be patient and present, mostly because I was trying not to fall, fart, or leave the class altogether. tried a few other classes, and finally, I found something that I didn’t even realize I was looking for: a teacher who spoke to the inner core of my being. He reminded me to honor my warrior spirit by having a strong spine and a soft heart filled with joy. In that one class, I was gently guided back to the part of me that knew I would be OK. After that one class, I felt free.  

I had such strong judgements about yoga that were completely based on my own fabricated and perceived idea of what it was. My dislike for yoga stemmed from a part of me that felt I wasn’t good enough for it, or worthy of the healing I deserved. Actually, after that first class at the festival, maybe I would have given up on yoga. But my stubbornness was overridden by the fact that I had to partake in other classes. The more classes I took, the less judgment I had and the more open I became. I realized that there are so many types of yoga, and every teacher instructs differently. I had to find the style and wisdom that resonated with me. 

By the last day of the festival, something within me shifted. I had energy for the first time in months. I felt uplifted and supported by a group of complete strangers. And I knew from that moment that yoga was going to be in my life forever. I experienced a deep sense of fulfillment and peace that was missing from my life. 

Years later, as a Master Level teacher, I still experience days where I feel low and my energy is non-existent. But I have realized this is simply part of being human, and those dark, hopeless thoughts I used to have no longer have to control me. Yoga may not be everyone’s path of self-healing, but there is surely a unique path for everyone. Don’t give up. Seek to connect with your strong spine, soft heart, and open mind, and your path will reveal itself to you at the perfect time – even if you dislike it at first.  

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What They Don’t Tell you About Meditation…And What You Need to Know

What They Don’t Tell you About Meditation…And What You Need to Know

Meditation is hard AF.  But here’s the thing: if your mind is busy – you know, that “monkey mind” is constantly chattering away – or you find yourself super stressed, anxious, worried, unfocused, or depressed, then here's why it might be your best friend.

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