Ayurveda is the lifestyle and diet of yoga, and is right at the tip of the wellness zeitgeist. There is a gap in the marketplace for a beautiful, illustrated cookbook with delicious innovative recipes, adapted to the contemporary western palette. This indispensible Ayurvedic kitchen companion will inspire health conscious yogis and non-yogis alike to embark on a flavorful journey that will open them to a new personalized relationship with food.
What to Eat for How You Feel translates the foundations of the ancient wisdom of Ayurveda and stimulates the senses with over 100 imaginative, globally inspired, seasonal recipes adapted for modern lifestyles. The basic principal of the Ayurveda diet is a vegetarian diet with a focus on whole foods and seasonal fresh produce, taken to the next level by tuning people in to the rhythms of nature and teaching them how to select foods according to the seasons and their individual constitution and need for balance.
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Divya Alter is the founder and director of Bhagavat Life, which is the only dedicated Ayurvedic culinary center in NYC. In 2015 Alter founded the ANACT Program, North America's first ever Ayurvedic chef certification program. Alter teaches between 1,500-2,000 students a year in NYC and delivers customized Ayurvedic meals to individuals including high profile clients such as: Deepak Chopra, Supermodel Shalom Harlow and artist Marina Abramovic; and caters to businesses including: The World Economic Forum, The United Nations, Etsy, The David Lynch Foundation, Eileen Fischer Inc., Pure Yoga Studios and Exhale Spa.