Why Ayurveda diets perform better than regular diets?


The Ayurvedic diet is a consumption guide that’s been practised for thousands of years with proven results. This system focuses on balancing different types of energy within your body that lead to a healthy state of our body and mind. The speciality of the Ayurveda diet is that there is no common diet structure for everyone. Each individual’s diet will be different according to its body type. Let us start the discussion in detail.

 

Believes in Ayurveda reflect that there are five elements making up the universe — Vayu(air), Jala (water), Akash (space), Teja (fire), and Prithvi (earth). These factors form three different doshas. Pitta dosha controls thirst, hunger and body temperature. The second one is Vata dosha which is used to maintain electrolyte balance and movement. Kapha dosha deals with joint functions. Balancing these three doshas is important such that balancing between these three doshas can make you healthy. Pitta doshas are used for persons who suffer from situations like indigestion, heart disease, or high blood pressure. Whereas Vata dosha suffers from digestive issues, fatigue. Kapha dosha deals with asthma, diabetes, weight gain, etc also; there is some speciality when selecting the dosha. Each dosha deals with different types of persons like Pitta with Intelligent, hard-working, and decisive. Vata with Creative, energetic, and lively people. Kapha people are naturally calm, grounded, and loyal. After understanding your state, the next step is diet management. The Pitta dosha focuses on cooling, strengthening foods and fewer spices, nuts, and seeds. In the case of Vata dosha prefers warm, moist, and grounding foods and should avoid dried fruits, bitter, raw veggies. Kapha dosha supports fruits, veggies, and legumes were no heavy foods. For all this doshas Red meat, artificial sweeteners, and processed ingredients are strictly limited.

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