Ayurveda … an Indian diet for balance between body and soul।

 If you wish to enjoy a healthier life and are looking for a better way to find balance, then you must have heard the word "Ayurveda". It is an ancient Indian health system that seeks to create a balance between body and soul. How is that?

Ayurveda … an Indian diet for balance between body and soul


The name "Ayurveda" has been known for a long time. It is an ancient Indian medical practice that focuses on treating the mind and body in an integrated way. Ayurvedic diets mainly aim to find the best ways to eat, depending on your body type and what you deserve. Therefore, each body type has a specific name and a specific type of feed.


According to "Women Health", other Hollywood celebrities, such as Gwyneth Paltrow, Jennifer Aniston, and Julia Roberts, have been following this diet for some time.


According to "Ayurveda" or as it is known as the "science of life", which is considered one of the different types of medicine, the disease is caused by an imbalance between a group of genes (dosha, Vata, pitta, and kava). “Dosha” means the three basic life forces or forces that interact with one another to build the body and control the emotions of each individual. There are 3 types of Dosha: Vata: means wind or space, Pitta: means fire and water, and Cape: means water and land.


Ayurveda is often based on yoga, breathing exercises, meditation and singing, and massage, and the belief that health and well-being depend on a delicate balance between the mind, body, and spirit. Ayurveda's main purpose is to promote good health, not to fight disease. However, treatments may be directed at specific health problems.


Some medical students believe that everything in the universe is related, whether it lives or dies. If your mind, body, and soul are in harmony with the universe, then you are healthy. When something interferes with this balance, you get sick. Among the factors that can affect balance are genetic or congenital malformations, trauma, weather, and seasonal changes, age and mood.


The most important grammar of Ayurveda


Regular meals three times a day, no snacks are disrupted. Breakfast includes warm cereals and fruits, while proteins are eaten during the day, and hot foods such as soup, stew, rice, and vegetables in the evening.


 Eat when you feel hungry and stop when you start to feel full to avoid feeling full and full. Take the time to enjoy your meal, and eat less to allow for easy digestion. These are the basic rules of the Ayurvedic system, according to what is published by the German site "GU".


The diet of Ayurveda helps to lose weight and maintain good health. It focuses on 6 basic foods: sweet, sour, salty, spicy, spicy, and crunchy.


Food allowed for each group:


Foods that include "Fata": rice, chicken, fish, eggs, healthy oil, vegetables, and fruits, in addition to warm, cooked, nutritious, and easy to digest. Avoid cold foods, junk food, and sugar.


Foods that include "pita": cold and raw foods, cooked foods, vegetables, wheat, oats, egg whites, butter, and healthy fats. Avoid foods that are hot, light, fried, and spicy.


And foods that include “kava”: snacks, warm and spicy foods, vegetables, poultry, beans, fish, eggs and fruit. Avoid fatty foods and sugary foods.

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