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Preparing for Spring

Its officially spring, regardless of how cold or warm it maybe wherever you are, mother nature has begun its transformation process. As the winter season comes to a close and spring approaches, it’s a good time to start thinking about ways to support your body’s natural transition into the new season. In Ayurveda, spring is associated with a time of renewal and rejuvenation, as the natural world awakens from its winter slumber and begins to flourish once again.

To support your body’s natural transition into spring, here are a few Ayurvedic practices to try:

• Cleanse and detox: Spring is a great time to cleanse the body and rid it of any excess toxins that may have accumulated over the winter. Try incorporating detoxifying foods into your diet, such as leafy greens, cruciferous vegetables, and sour fruits. My favorite cleanse is a khichadi cleanse, it is simple and easy to do. Eat khichadi for 3 meals a day for 3 days with water and fruit in between. It is a great way to build up your agni
• Eat seasonally: Ayurveda emphasizes the importance of eating according to the seasons. As the weather warms up, start incorporating more springtime produce into your meals. Think asparagus, peas, and radishes in the early spring, and then move on to heartier vegetables like artichokes and fava beans as the season progresses.
• Get plenty of sleep: As the days get longer and the weather gets nicer, it can be tempting to stay up late and enjoy the longer hours of daylight. However, getting enough sleep is crucial for maintaining balance in the body. Aim for 7-9 hours of sleep per night to ensure that you’re well-rested and ready to take on the day.

By incorporating these Ayurvedic practices into your routine, you can support your body’s natural transition into spring and set the stage for a healthy and revitalizing season ahead.

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