Hi everyone! This is @whatcherylate over on Instagram and I’m so excited to be writing a guest post for Dharma Bums.
As the weather gets colder in Australia, over here in Canada on the other side of the world, it’s heating up. I’m still jealous that the coldest day in Australia would probably be a cool fall evening in Canada. Nevertheless, to make sure you stay warm and keep your bellies’ happy, I’m going to share some of my go to winter recipes. They are both vegan and can easily be adjusted for any dietary needs.
Who doesn’t experience the following digestive complaints from time to time? Bloating, constipation, excessive wind, burping and heartburn. So many people walk through the clinic doors with a load of digestive issues. The most common one being constipation and bloating. Constipation and bloating can be caused by many different factors. The common culprits being poor diet, stress, food intolerance, pathogens (bacteria, parasites, fungi) and poor balance of gut flora.
There’s no getting around it. You can turn it upside down and look at it through rose tinted glasses but yoga is, first and foremost, the practice of ethics. Say what?
If you’re like me (and most modern yogis), your first experience of yoga will have been in an asana class. Not much talk about philosophy, maybe a few minutes spent in meditation or breathing exercises, but most of the time you’re doing the poses. It’s easy to view these classes as pure exercise, bending and strengthening your way to better health. But anybody who’s kept up a regular practice knows the benefits go much deeper.
On 24th April last year, 1133 people were killed and over 2500 were injured when the Rana Plaza factory complex collapsed in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Social and environmental catastrophes in our fashion supply chains continue.
Fashion Revolution Day says enough is enough. Dharma Bums is proud to be part of this Fashion Revolution.