With the Ayurveda Diet
you will lose weight and especially, you will balance the energy of your body.
What is Ayurveda?
Ayurveda is a traditional Indian medicine and is practiced all over the world as a form of alternative medicine. In Sanskrit, the word Ayurveda means "science of life". Ayurveda consists on several treatments with the use of herbs, diet, massage, meditation, and Yoga to increase force, vitality, health and weight loss.
Ayurveda is recognized by the World Health Organization. In the Ayurvedic schools, people follow a 6 years program, and a Graduate's in Sciences is needed to access to them. In India, Ayurveda is like western medicine for us.
The medical contemporary science has never validated the remedies of the ayurvedic medicine in specific illnesses, but they believe that some ayurvedic practices as the Yoga is very good for health and weight loss.
Ayurveda Diet for Weight Loss
Breakfast: 1 cup of milk, crackers, muesli
Mid-morning: apple juice or yogurt
Lunch: rice with vegetables, mixed fruits, coffee ayurveda
Snack: tea ayurveda
Dinner: salad with rice or wheat with vegetables, mung (a kind of green lentils), cooked fruit.
Ayurvedic Herbs: Infusions to Weight Loss and Balance Energy
The ayurveda doctor helps the patient with a specific diet who includes ayurvedic herbs. The most famous ayurvedic herbs are called Amrit Kalash Maharishi
, that combines a concentrate of fruits with pills composed by 42 ayurvedic herbs. It's the best product that offers the ayurveda, an important antioxidant to restore the balance between mind and body and reduce stress.
How works Ayurveda? Doshas=Energy
According to Ayurveda, inside every person there are 5 basic elements of the universe: ground, air, fire, water and space. The Mix of these elements creates 3 forms of energy or doshas. The doshas are named vata, pitta and kapha.
Every person has something of these 3 forms of energy, and in general a form is domineering. Have a good health consists of the balance between these 3 forms of energy.
The ayurveda doctor helps the patient to discover his energy imbalance and help him with a specific ayurveda diet plan and the use of some herbs to recover the lost balance.
The Ayurveda energy (doshas: vata, pitta, kapha)
Vata: this energy uses to correspond to thin persons with faded hairs. They have tendency to anxiety, stress, skin problems and digestive pain, especially intestinal.
Pitta: this energy uses to correspond to robust persons and muscular. They have tendency to cardiac illnesses, ulcers, and in general illnesses that reveal a problem in the management power.
Kapha: this energy uses to correspond to overweight persons, in appearance calm, passive and slow. They have tendency to asthma, metabolic and endocrinological illnesses.
Ayurveda remedies: food benefits to balance energy (doshas)
According to the Ayurveda medicine, the food is the remedies for health.
• Acid food (reduce vata, increase pitta and kapha):
Tomato, cheese, green grapes, vinegar, lemon, yogurt, raspberries.
• Bitter food (reduce pitta and kapha, increase vata):
Eggplants, saffron, lettuce, spinach, aloe vera.
• Astringent food (reduce pitta and kapha, increase vata):
Broccoli, cauliflower, lentils, potatoes, apples, pears, butter.
• Sweet food (reduce pitta and vata, increase kapha):
Rice, sugar, coco, melon, banana, almonds, watermelon, wheat, corn oil, honey, fennel, white bread.
• Spicy food (reduce kapha, increase vata and pitta):
Garlic, onion, radishes, basil, cinnamon, eucalyptus, ginger, laurel, thyme, mustard, rosemary.
• Salted food (reduce vata, increase pitta and kapha):
Salt, broth, zinc, magnesium.
Before starting a diet
, please consult your nutritionist, she help you lose weight
in good health.