The Power Of A Yogic Raw Food Diet For Body And Soul

 Recipes For A Yogic Raw Food  Diet

In the yogic raw food diet all the proteins, vitamins, and minerals needed are availableA yogic diet is meat free, fish free, poultry free, and eggs free. Dairy products are also included and fruits, nuts vegetables , grain and legumes. Unprocessed, fresh organic whole food gives  energy and vitality.

A yogic diet can improve your body, mind, and spirit. Yogis believe that food is the creator of prana and what we eat is for body and soul. We are what we eat. A yogic diet is prepared and eaten with love and gratitude.

“From food all beings are born. By food they live and into food they return.”

Upanishad 3.2

The Power Of A Yogic Raw Food Diet For Body And Soul

Mango Amchur Smoothie Recipe


The traditional Indian summer drink, Lassi, is the perfect drink to cool down with on a hot summer day. The addition of mango just makes this refreshing drink that much better. This mango amchur smoothie is sweet and fragrant and a great beverage to sip on between meals or after a meal as dessert. Mix the tropical taste of banana with…

Read moreA Refreshing Watermelon Drink Recipe

The Power Of A Yogic Raw Food Diet For Body And Soul
It’s summertime and you’re outside lying by the pool with the sun beaming down. You want something refreshing to drink that’s also healthy. Since sweet-as-sugar watermelon is in season, the perfect thirst-quenching solution is this refreshing watermelon drink. Watermelon is not only delicious but filled with potassium, which can reduce your risk of stroke and kidney disease. In this melon,…Read more

Zucchini “Pasta” with Mint Pesto

The Power Of A Yogic Raw Food Diet For Body And Soul

A healthy alternative to pasta, zucchini pasta with mint pesto gives you all the flavor with fewer calories and none of the gluten or grains.

Vegan Kale-Basil Pesto Recipe

The Power Of A Yogic Raw Food Diet For Body And Soul

Make this easy vegan kale-basil pesto to aid digestion and boost protection from environmental toxins.

To make this recipe vegan, we are substituting miso paste for the parmesan cheese. Use this pesto as a spread on sandwiches, roasted vegetables or as a sauce for pasta.

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