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What are the best food habits according to Ayurveda?

Created by Asttrolok in Astrology 30 Aug 2023
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What are the best food habits according to Ayurveda?
Healthy eating is a modern jargon of the fitness and lifestyle industry. What do you eat? How do you eat? When do you eat? And as going so far as where do you eat? There is no stone remains to unturn by modern lifestyle experts. 

What are the best food habits according to Ayurveda? Are you looking for the best astrologer online? Get an online astrology consultation with a professional astrologer to find out the answers to all of your questions. 

Ayurveda might disagree with the views of modern sciences, being as old as 500 years old Ayurveda just happens to have an advantage that no other science has. Ayurvedic way of food habits is considered to fall under a strictly controlled structure. The sages give the structure and they have written the significance of not just food but its implications on individual behavior, their overall health, and wellbeing. 

Ayurveda believes an individual is what they eat. Their personality resonates with their food. Someone who indulges in eating junk and oily food will have skin and digestion relates issues. People with high association with Tamsik or non-veg food face problems related to their bowel movements, and hyper-aggressive and violent tendencies. 

It is explained in ayurvedic scriptures that involvement in Satvik food or that is vegetarian is most suited for the human body. The way humans have evolved over the years in a way that their ability to eat heavy meats is not as strong as animals have. 

The food that we eat has many effects on our body, Ayurveda defines food and digestion to impact a number of functions in a body. It is said that if an individual doesn't have healthy digestion it will trigger various diseases and disorders in the body.  Ayurveda also promotes mindful eating as the basic concrete step in the whole process of digestion. 

Ayurveda talks about body type, and eating should be in accordance with the body type of an individual this helps an individual get better digestive health. The body types mentioned in the Ayurveda are Vata, Kapha, and pitta. These body types are also known as the dosha of one body, these ever exist in imbalance. Every person will have some or some other dosha in excess in their body which is their dominant dosha. Rest two would be in moderation, the dominant dosha decides a lot about individuals' health. Their body type, their metabolism even the type of food habits are affected by their dosha. 

It is advised to know a brief about dosha before and knows in which dosha you fall for a better understanding of your food habits. A person with Vata dosha, which means air, as we know air represents, cold, light, dry, and cool. People with excess Vata in their bodies are advised to eat food items that can lubricate their body and moisturize it, a moist food. Excess of Pitta which means fire, as in hot, and acidic, a person with this dosha should give extra attention to their spice control. Pitta aggravates the digestive juices of the stomach as Ayurveda name their digestive fire. It is explained that digestive fire is crucial for digestion, the whole process depends upon the amount of juice or fire. As it assists the overall digestion process. 

Food quality, according to Ayurveda.


Ayurveda divided food according to its quality and freshness, which they refer to as Paran shakti, meaning the power in the food we are consuming. Ayurveda says that food that is uncooked has the highest degree of quality in it, as it is in the original form in which mother nature has prepared and preserved it. Fresh food, can be fruits or vegetables that contain the goodness of freshness. Now in the second place comes the food that is mildly cooked or cooked to remove toxins or immunity from it, or the food is stored for winters. This kind of food is not as good as fresh one but still not the worst kind as well. You can consume this food without guilt or anything. 

The third kind is the quality of non-veg food and also stale food items. According to this distribution, the food in Ayurveda is divided into 3 Main types known as Satva, Rajas, and Tamas. 

Satva is the food that promotes control in humans, the being has a calm and composed personality and nature. People eating satva food have good control over their minds and body.

Satva food includes fruits, vegetables, species, and dried nuts.

Rajas food has a distinct way that promotes energy, gratification, and action. The energy coming from this food is good for the cervical as it didn't promote and induce any lethargy. Dairy, ginger, and garlic are the food items that come under this category.

Tamas food items are the food items that induce sleep, laziness, and lethargy in an individual. 

These food items include processed food, junk food, microwaved food, frozen food, packaged food, and fried food.

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