Right Diet for Your Type of Body According to Ayurveda

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Nowadays, you can see so many digestive and dietary aids for the stomach in the market. Additionally, you can find pills for gas and digestion as well. Thus, we are confused and we do not know what is good for us, and which will be a healthy diet.

Ayurveda is an ancient holistic science of healing. Ayurveda advices an individual's body constitution or Prakruti and should be identified in the beginning according to their dosha.

Ayurveda will eventually give you logical reasons to find the right sort of diet for that particular body type.

This approach is very different to the modern day point of view of balanced diet, which is based on eating various types of food groups like dairy products, fats, fruits, grains etc.
However, according to Ayurveda, understanding the individual is very important to find the truly balanced diet.

In Ayurveda uttermost importance is given to the gastric fire or Agni , which lies in the stomach and digestive tract , this is the main gate for nutrients to enter tissues and then pass along to the individual cells to maintain life functions.

Tips of the day:-
• Avoid taking milk or yogurt with sour or citrus fruits.
• Avoid eating fruits together with potatoes or other starchy foods. Fructose (and other sugars) is digested quickly, whereas starch takes quite some time. In this case the sugar would not be properly digested.
• Avoid eating melons and grains together. Melons digest quickly whereas grains take more time. This combination will upset the stomach. Melons should be eaten alone.


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