Ayurveda nutrition principles – an introduction part 2
We going to do with the introduction to the principles of Ayurveda nutrition further. We have in the first part of the article pointed out, that’s is Ayurveda a form of comprehensive system of principles and rules, which can lead to healthy living. It includes not only the food, but plays a very important role.
Ayurveda means “Knowledge of life” – old healing art from India
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There are three types of energy and is one dominated by each of us and the others are present in varying degrees. Each food is more one than the other principles of life.
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The food is divided into several main categories
Acidic foods are available for fire and Earth. They are healthy for the heart and the stomach-intestinal system. Too much of it can lead to fatigue, dizziness and stomach complaints.
Foods that sour taste, have a healthy effect on the heart and stomach-intestinal system
The sweet food is connected to the Earth and the water. It provides energy and positive emotions. The surplus but ensures that obesity, diabetes, even cancer.
Sweet foods are a great source of energy. You can eat but not too much of it
Salty foods are associated with fire and water. Speed up the digestive process, also the removal of sweat and tears. Too much salty food can cause the acceleration of the ageing process according to Ayurveda.
Salty foods promote digestion, of course, only in reasonable quantities
The piquant taste is associated with fire and air. You can thus improve the appetite, but facilitate the processing of the food. You can warm up even so. But, too much of it can lead to back pain and thirst.
The traditional Indian cuisine is very sharp in contrast to the Ayurvedic kitchen
Of importance is also the bitter taste. It helps to get rid of the toxins in the body. Thus, you can carry out the toxins from the body and contribute to the burning of fats. Too much of it leads to fatigue and weakness.
Food with a bitter taste work promoting detoxification
According to Ayurveda, there are some food combinations that are absolutely inappropriate. You allowed such as with fish to eat no yogurt. Another example of bad mix is potatoes with milk.
The mashed potatoes is an unhealthy mix of potatoes and milk according to the Ayurvedic kitchen
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There are also a number of ingredients with a balancing effect. You can cause that you feel good, even though you have selected may not the most appropriate food for themselves.
Spices play a significant role in the Ayurvedic diet
That are just some of the key rules of the Ayurveda nutrition. There are also other principles, relating for example to the intervals between meals. These two articles have no claim to comprehensiveness. You want to be just a small introduction, which give you an idea. If you want a diet, which really according to Ayurveda health education takes place, would have to be type but much more effort and to delve deeper into the individual aspects.
Exotic fruits are not only delicious but also very healthy
Lentil soup according to Ayurvedic type
Ayurvedic is healthy
Foods are also remedies
Tradition with a long history…