As Autumn is finally here and the days are getting cooler, we naturally crave warming foods. This is ideal from the traditional chinese medicine (TCM) and ayurvedic point of views when it comes to eating warming/hot foods during the cooler months to maintain a healthy digestion and a balance in wellbeing. Gone are the raw vegetables,cold salads, smoothie bowls and nicecream and out comes the spices (think turmeric, cinnamon, cardamon, nutmeg, chilli, pepper, cumin and cloves), root vegetables and hot teas.
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My name is Diana and I currently live in a regional country town in Western Australia with my husband, golden retriever and great dane. I have been a registered nurse for eight years and recently completed an aromatherapy diploma. Currently, I am completing a BHSc. in Naturopathy at Endeavour College and am loving it! I have wanted to study a form of natural/alternative medicine for a long time but always made excuses about time, efforts and worthiness- not necessarily of commitment to the study but the worthiness of myself and whether I would be good enough…
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