Ayurveda Diet Benefits
Helps Improve Digestion
The basis of an Ayurvedic Diet is easily digestible food processes of preparation, combination and cooking without compromising the food’s integral nutritional value. These methods include fermenting and cooking in ways that make it the easiest for the body to absorb the nutrients.
Mental and Emotional Health
In Ayurveda, we believe that different psychological states like anger, greed, lust, ego and desire are closely linked to what we eat. An Ayurveda diet takes into consideration different aspects, such as the mental and body type (dosha), life stage and biological rhythms among others. Considering these very personal aspects can help design a uniquely personal Ayurvedic diet that will ultimately balance mental and emotional health.
Builds Immunity and Fights Fatigue
The human body is susceptible to illness through stress, lethargy and fatigue among others. Different foods such as cardamom, garlic, pepper and ginger can be used to improve energy levels in the body thus giving the body immunity to ailments such as anemia.