Ayurvedic Dietary

Ayurvedic Dietary

All good health starts with a good digestion. Ayurveda is clear on that.

So according to Ayurveda, one of the most intelligent things we can do for our health is to eat wisely.
Food is considered as powerful as medicine. There is a Sloka (writings of the ancient Vedic texts) that says “food is medicine when consumed properly.” If we eat foods uniquely according to our physiology, and follow a life supporting routine that enhances our digestion, our bodies will reap the benefits. 
We will find that our days will be happier, healthier and filled with real vitality — at any age. 
Each one of us is unique.
You can also say that each of us is biochemically different with different hormonal, enzyme, and neurotransmitter levels. Each person reacts to an event in a different way. We are all different. So there can’t be one program of nutrition that is best for everybody?
Ayurveda is a 5000 year old science that aims to help us understand what is right for us as  unique individuals. By evaluating how a person’s digestive system, nervous system and other systems of the body function and by evaluating a person’s morphology, an Ayurvedic Practitioner designs a diet specific to your needs.

Vata, Pitta, Kapha

Ayurveda teaches us that people who have a “Vata” nature – those people who are thin, dry, and often feel cold – should increase their intake of grains, oils, salt and spice in their diet.
This is for those who are prone to anxiety, constipation, and sleeplessness, among other conditions.
Such people need nourishing foods and they can easily have difficulties maintaining a vegetarian diet.
People of Vata nature should avoid too many cold salads and fruits as well as beans and eat more grains, dairy and nuts.
People of “Pitta” nature – those who tend to be warm and have a more intense and highly focused nature – are understood to need more raw vegetables and food which are only mildly spiced. 
Hot, spicy food leads to a bigger chance of skin rashes, liver weakness, and anger. Large salads are wonderful for this type.
People of “Kapha” nature – those who tend to be overweight or stocky and often move and speak very slowly – benefit from lighter foods such as vegetables and salads and thrive on hot, spicy foods. If sweet, heavy, oily foods are eaten in too great of a quantity, it can lead to mucus as well as further weight gain and diabetes. People with a Kapha nature should avoid all sweets, dairy, nuts, and most grains such as wheat and rice. However, grains such as rye and millet can be taken.
Not only healthy, but also yummy
Food is medicine, and delicious food is delicious medicine. The complexity of flavors in India’s culinary traditions arises from incorporating all six tastes in every meal, in proportions that sustain health and longevity.
Life is not meant to be a fight. You should enjoy it. And so should you enjoy food. Ayurveda offers a wide range of beautiful dishes. Wholesome, healthy and delicious.
I can help you learning more about the Ayurvedic Diet. 
I create an individual food plan for you and I hand you out some beautiful recipes.
This can be done in one consultation.
Are you ready to talk?
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