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    Indian Comfort Food Recipes: Dal Four Ways

    Dal is as common in India as pasta in Italy. Find out why 
this nourishing dish is a classic comfort food for yogis.

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    Slow-Cooker Dal Makhani Recipe

    Dal with makhan (butter) is a more decadent version of Indian dal that has become a standard, go-to dish on Indian-restaurant menus. This slow cooker recipe makes it that much easier to make at home.

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    The Fruit You Need to Reverse Osteoporosis

    Move over, milk: Turns out dried plums (a.k.a. prunes) are a great way to prevent—and even reverse—osteoporosis, according to a recent study in the British Journal of Nutrition.

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    Ask the Expert: Can I Use Ghee Instead of Butter in My Baking?

    Answers to your questions about yoga for stress relief, baking with ghee, and more.

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    Gujarati Dal

    The sweet-and-sour components of this dal reflect the importance of sweet notes in food from the region, while nuts add a comforting crunch.

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    Punjabi Moong Dal Recip

    This is a common dal in North Indian Punjabi households.

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    Chana Dal Sundal Recipe

    Cookbook author Anupy Singla uses a split and skinned chickpea, called chana dal, for her kids as an afterschool treat to or on the way to soccer practice.

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    Why You Need a Soup Cleanse This Winter

    You’ve probably heard that souping is the new juicing. But in cold weather, a warm bowl of soup feels more like comfort food than a “cleanse.” And that’s exactly the point.

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    How a Daring Diet Leads to Weight Loss

    Along with your New Year’s resolution to attempt Side Crane Pose in 2016, research suggests you should get more daring with food.

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    The Natural Gourmet: Cashew Butter with Matcha

    This quick and easy recipe combines raw cashews with a fantastic, health-supportive ingredient known as matcha.

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    3 Immune-Boosting Citrus Fruits for Winter

    Citrus fruit is now in season and one of nature’s best sources of vitamin C, a key nutrient for supporting your immune 
system. Get inspired to 
juice up your meals and your 
body’s winter defenses.

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    Deep Chocolate Minty Blast Tonic

    When brain fog happens, bring 
your concentration back online with dark chocolate.

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    A Cuppa Comfort Tonic

    Get a wellness boost with this rich, savory drink’s immunity-enhancing mushrooms.

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    Cherry Lime Energy Buzz Tonic

    Feeling draggy? Put some zip in your sip with revitalizing green tea. You’ll benefit from its antioxidant-rich catechins, plus get a mild dose of caffeine and theobromine, the latter of which improves blood flow and lightens your mood without the jitters.

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    Golden Lemon Drop with Honey Tonic

    Feeling draggy? Put some zip in your sip with revitalizing green tea. You’ll benefit from its antioxidant-rich catechins, plus get a mild dose of caffeine and theobromine, the latter of which improves blood flow and lightens your mood without the jitters. Bonus: Tart cherry juice can reduce inflammation and soothe sore muscles.