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Healthify Your Gut With Ayurveda

Created by Asttrolok in Astrology 30 Aug 2023
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Healthify Your Gut With Ayurveda
A healthy gut is important not only for digestion but also for mental well-being. Many people with sadness and anxiety, for instance, find improvements when they consume a healthy, non-processed diet. Processed foods are richer in sugar and salt, and they hurt gut flora. Ayurveda has long recognized these links and placed a high priority on healing metabolism and digestion.

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Digestive system:


Anyone who wants to enhance their gut health should start by boosting their digestion. Dhatu parinama refers to the action of Agni or digestive fire on food, which results in the creation of nutrients or byproducts and the subsequent formation of body tissues. 

This tissue-building process teaches us that efficient digestion produces not only nourished tissues but also greater immunity and rapid tissue repair. 

Most chronic illnesses can't be adequately treated unless the digestive system is addressed first.

Gut to mind connection:


Because of the impact on our minds and emotions, a branch of human physiology termed the enteric nervous system was developed. All of our body's 'functions of movement,' according to Ayurveda, are interrelated. Thoughts, emotions, sleep, ligaments, joints, and the nervous system will all be affected by an imbalance in Vata, or air and space elements. 

This is usually due to a combination of things such as a bad diet, a weakened digestive system, stress, and a lack of sleep. An excessively sensitive stomach and symptoms comparable to the common digestive condition known as irritable bowel syndrome might emerge from an accumulation of Vata imbalances over time.

In Ayurveda, the treatments for inflammatory bowel disease entail a holistic approach that addresses the Vata imbalance. This would include a diet that is easy to digest, such as simple home-prepared meals with warming spices. To prevent bloating or improve digestion, spices such as ajwain (carom seed) and asafoetida should be used in cooking or even as tea.

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Bowel Health:


A rise in cancer has been linked to recent increases in the use of processed foods, industrialized red meat, and a low-fiber, calorie-dense diet.

The Ayurvedic concept of eating food that has been freshly prepared and combined with a variety of digestive spices aids in maintaining a good fecal pH level. The concept of consuming locally accessible and seasonal ingredients benefits in better digestion and disposal.

Fresh & seasonal vegetables not only taste better, but they also have a higher concentration of nutrients, anti-oxidants, and life force than produce kept in cold storage. Spices used in Ayurvedic cooking, such as black cumin, turmeric, ginger, and garlic, have been shown to have powerful anti-cancer qualities.
Balanced diet:

A diet that is healthy in all six senses is recommended by Ayurveda. They have a variety of flavors including sweetness, sour, salty, spicy, bitter, and astringent. A diet that is adequate in all six areas will automatically incorporate all of the nutrients and won't leave us feeling unfulfilled or causing excessive desires. 

The majority of our food today is sweet, sour, or salty. The absence of bitter, astringent, and spices, which are therapeutic herbs, increases the risk of sickness. Here are some easy ways to include all 6 flavors in your breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

Breakfast: To counteract the sweetness, add cinnamon, berries, pomegranate, and a pinch of dried cardamom powder and ginger to your morning porridge/cereal mix.

Lunch and Dinner: Include leafy greens (which are bitter), lentils/beans (which are astringent), and root vegetables/grains for lunch and dinner (considered sweet). As a complement, salty and tamarind chutney (sour & spicy) might be utilized. Having a range of herbal and spicy teas with your meals is another simple method to add bitter, astringent, and hot flavor to your meal. Teas that go well with meals include tulsi, ajwain, ginger, and methi seed.
Conclusion:

Here, some glance at the maintenance of the Gut. Our whole internal system is interconnected with each other, the gut is linked with body and mind, so it is necessary to maintain it. Learn more about Ayurveda and astrology at asttrolok.

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