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Dietary & Lifstyle Management

Dietary and Lifestyle Management

An Ayurvedic medicine aims to build a healthy, strong body via combination of nutrition, exercise and lifestyle practices. Ayurvedic concepts of diet and nutrition includes mindful eating with eating foods that are suited for dosha constitution. This improve health, prevent sickness and preserve general health and wellness. Food along with exercise, breath, sleep and meditation is one of four pillars of Ayurvedic nutrition and lifestyle management. All these are required to maintain your energy balance and attain excellent health and fitness. Practicing dinacharya (daily routine) and rithucharya (seasonal transitional routine) guidelines for eating.

When starting an Ayurvedic diet, you need to understand dominant dosha of body. The ideal diet individualized based on your body constitution. An Ayurvedic doctor can provide best food combinations to balance the dosha and can make the diet more successful.

Dietary recommendations are based on the shadrasa, or six tastes. In a state of health, six tastes should favor to avoid imbalances or deficiencies while being mindful. Each of the six tastes comprises a preponderance of certain elements that exert an effect on the doshas and dhatus pacifying some and aggravating other.

The six taste with are,

  • Madhura (sweet) – pacifies vata and pitta
  • Amla (sour) – pacifies vata
  • Lavana (salt) – pacifies vata
  • Katu (pungent) – pacifies kapha
  • Kashya (astringent) – pacifies kapha and pitta
  • Tikta (bitter) – pacifies kapha and pitta

Also eight factors determine whether food is wholesome or unwholesome according to Ayurveda. They are nature (prakriti), processing (karana), quality and changes when combination of foods, quantity (rashi), habitat and climate (desha), time (kala), rules governing when food intake (upayoga samstah) and the person who consumes food that is satmya (upayokta).

Dietary and lifestyle management through Ayurveda is more beneficial for non-communicable diseases like diabetic, high blood pressure, cholesterol as well as obesity and low weight conditions. Also this dietary and behavioral management is needful for all disease conditions of the body and mind.

In dietary and lifestyle management, each individual can go through the consultation and taking into account their cultural background as well as climate. You will be given a diet sheet during the consultation with mentioning specific foods and avoided foods which support the natural healing process of the body.

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