According to Ayurveda, food is medicine. Along with routine and medicines, diet is equally important for healing and remaining healthy. That is why it is important to choose the right quantity of food to consume. Ayurveda gives utmost importance to digestion. An imbalanced digestive fire (Agni) is the reason of all diseases. Therefore, eat… Continue reading How to choose the right quantity food for you?
As an Ayurvedic doctor, I firmly believe that a healthy diet forms the cornerstone of a balanced and vibrant lifestyle. Ayurveda considers food as medicine and therefore, what you eat has an important role to play in your overall well-being and healing. So, here is a simple Ayurvedic Hummus recipe to add to your diet. … Continue reading Delicious and healthy Ayurvedic Hummus recipe
Ayurveda is a traditional system of medicine that places a strong emphasis on harmony and balance in all facets of life, including diet and nutrition. Although Ayurvedic diet is frequently connected with vegetarianism, adopting an Ayurvedic lifestyle does not require becoming a vegetarian. Ayurveda stresses individualized food advice based on an individual’s body constitution (Prakriti),… Continue reading Does Ayurvedic diet consist only of vegetarian foods?
I have always been fascinated by the coconut tree! It is considered the “tree of life” by many cultures around the world. Coconut trees provide so many different products and is a staple food in many tropical regions. One of the lesser-known parts of the coconut tree is the coconut sprout. It is a delicious… Continue reading Have you tried coconut sprouts?
Ayurveda places great importance on natural remedies and nutrition for maintaining a healthy body and mind. One of the most treasured natural remedies in Ayurveda is tender coconut water. This refreshing drink is rich in nutrients and has numerous health benefits, making it a staple in Ayurvedic practices. Ayurveda recommends having tender coconut water for… Continue reading Why Ayurveda Loves Coconut Water
Ayurveda defines strong immunity as a result of good digestion, strong Agni (digestive fire), good liver functioning and a balanced endocrine system. There are many natural foods available that help enhance your immunity. According to Ayurveda, you can add the following foods to your diet to boost your immune system: Amla (Indian gooseberry) Amla has… Continue reading 5 Foods to Boost Your Immune System
Ayurveda, being the traditional system of medicine, is often compared with modern medicine. Not many people go for Ayurvedic treatment at the first chance. Many consider this as the last resort after having tried all other systems of medicine and failed. One of the main reasons is the lack of understanding of Ayurveda. As an… Continue reading 7 Truths I Wish More People Understood About Ayurveda
Ayurveda is all about customization when it comes to foods based on each person’s body type, mental state, imbalances, place of living, climatic conditions, etc. However, on the rarest of rarest occasions, Ayurveda also mentions certain foods universally good for everyone every day. The following list is one of them – Ayurvedic superfoods that you… Continue reading 7 Ayurvedic Superfoods to Eat Daily
Inflammation is a commonly seen word in anything related to health and wellness. It is a symptom that is connected to an array of health conditions that include heart diseases, asthma, arthritis, dermatitis, cancer, etc. It is also associated with depression and different auto-immune diseases. In short, we can say that inflammation is associated with… Continue reading Top 3 Inflammatory Foods You Should Avoid According to Ayurveda
Bloating is one of the common digestive issues faced by many. Unhealthy food habits, indigestion, desk-bound lifestyle – all contribute to bloating. According to Ayurveda, bloating is caused due to a weak digestive fire (Agni). It is called Aadhmaana and is a kind of Vata imbalance. Bloating that occurs occasionally is considered normal. However, if… Continue reading Remedies for gas or bloating