by Carey Davidson, Tournesol Founder & CEO
For many of us, winter is synonymous with the cold and flu season. A strong immune system helps reinforce your resistance to whatever bug is going around and whatever is bugging you emotionally.
Many terrific solutions are available today to support immune health. I'm going to share a few great Ayurvedic health tips for the season below.
I'm also a huge fan of using Vibroacoustics as a regular part of an immune boosting regimen. Like Ayurveda, Vibroacoustics at Tournesnol is a highly personalized treatment, so it addresses exactly what YOU need.
My extra time these days is quite limited - as I'm sure is the case with all of you. I don't want to spend what time I do have on boilerplate health advice, remedies and treatments. Personalized care is key to better health outcomes. What works for one person doesn't necessarily work for the next - who you are, how you process information and how you interact with your environment will all help determine what you need to thrive. What makes you feel joy, safety and happiness isn't going to do the same for me. So your Vibroacoustic settings and lifestyle advice need to be calibrated to your specific mind / body pitch.
If you want to make the best use of your time and energy this season on health efforts, I recommend combining customized Vibroacoustics with an Ayurvedic nutrition plan. Together, Ayurveda and Vibroaboustics support the primary systems within the body that keep us from being susceptible to common winter ailments.
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According to Ayurvedic wisdom, there are certain foods to favor and avoid during the colder months as well as lifestyle recommendations.
Foods to include:
Sweet, sour and salty taste
Warm, oily, cooked foods that are spiced well
Ghee, Indian clarified butter
Foods to Avoid:
Don’t restrict your diet too much. Your body requires more food to stay warm in the winter.
Icy cold drinks and food
Very heavy or overly sweet foods
More pungent and astringent food items
Exercise - keep moving!
Don’t nap during the day
Daily massage with oils according to your Doshas