Today’s fashion is pizza. White sugar and white flour is not at all good from the nutritional point of view.
We need to educate people on proper food. What is good food? What to consume? How to keep your health and vitality? This knowledge is there in Ayurveda.
If you know what to eat, you will not get disease. If you know how to talk, you will not get into a fight.
Ayurveda recognizes your everyday diet – Aahara and lifestyle – Vihara as an essential prerequisite for possessing natural health & balanced living. The right diet assures you longevity with complete strength and absolute well-being. Role of Aahara or Food Food, if taken in the right manner, stimulates the Agni or the gastric fire and
Our Agni or the digestive fire is what determines whether the food we eat is digested well. Other than the Agni,our dietary patterns and the types of food we consume in different combinations also play a key role in our digestion. Ayurveda shares the wisdom that when different foods with different energies, tastes (as
Diwali is the day when lots of lamps are lit. A physical lamp is just a symbol but the real lamp is you. You have to be lit up, vibrant, joyful and full of energy because that is the real festival. And this can only happen with knowledge, not with comforts, money or friends. Real happiness comes with knowledge.
As long as we are not living in harmony with nature and our constitution, we cannot expect ourselves to be really healed. Ayurveda gives us the means.
Ayurveda strongly recommends that one should always keep his/ her digestion strong as this is a prime requisite to stay healthy. Digestion is regarded as the basis of Ayurvedic holistic healthcare. This is important because if stomach discomforts persist, it results in the evolution of several ailments. Symptoms of a weak digestion include poor
Prevention of a disease is of paramount importance in Ayurveda. Ayurveda helps even more in the rainy season as it is always a challenge to stay fit in monsoons. This age-old science lays great emphasis on adopting dietary and lifestyle regimes for staying healthy and safeguarding our body from diseases. In the rainy season, it is
“Health is not mere absence of disease. It is the dynamic expression of life.”