Botany, also called plant science(s), plant biology or phytology, is the science of plant life and a branch of biology.A botanist or plant scientist is a scientist who specialises in this field.Her road to no flab is firmly routed in Ashtanga yoga,, a high-octane, aerobic form of 'power yoga', and the star is the most famous exponent of its benefits, practising for two hours every day, six days a week.'No more pumping iron, no more Stairmaster, no more treadmill' she says, 'I'm gym-free. ' And hand in hand with her yoga goes Ayurveda, the ancient Indian science which categorises people into three distinct personality types known as doshas -fire (pitta), air (vata) and kapha (water).In the ensuing pregnant pause before some raised hands can blurt out the correct answer – I flip to the very next slide. Until the dawn of agriculture 10,000 years ago and the subsequent domestication of dairy animals Although 10,000 years ago seems unimaginably distant compared to a single human lifespan, it is very, very recent on an evolutionary time scale. Immediately appears a ferocious, unruly herd of about 30 African Cape buffalo (both cows and bulls), snorting and pawing the earth with powerful hooves supporting their one ton bodies crowned by enormous menacing horns. Only 333 human generations have come and gone since we first domesticated animals (cows, sheep, and goats). One of the earliest was the Padua botanical garden.
So how can we get her glowing complexion, sparkling eyes and, above all, those toned arms?All of the practices ofayurveda are geared towards balancing the doshas, because, devotees believe, when they arebalanced, the body and mind are healthy.Ayurveda involves complete lifestyle changesaccording to a detailed knowledge of your personal consitution.The modern restaurant industry is said to be based on soup.Restoratifs (wheron the word "restaurant" comes) were the first items served in public restaurants in 18th century Paris.