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Ayurveda for digestion

Ayurveda for digestion

According to Ayurveda, our diet has a decisive impact on our health. Adequate care for the digestive tract will result in freshness and vitality, clarity of mind and well-being.

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  • Never eat when you feel angry , disturbed or physically exhausted
  • It is very beneficial to take a shower before meals; when this is not possible, wash your hands and face
  • Consume meals prepared at home. Dishes made with love and intention to please others always carry good energy. In the ancient tradition of India, cooks were chosen from among spiritual teachers to guarantee that their meals would be charged with positive energy.
  • Eat a meal alone or in the company of friends or family - a nice atmosphere promotes good digestion of food.
  • The place where you eat should be secluded and clean; when you sit facing east, the greatest digestive energy is created.
  • Pokojná music conducive to good digestion and inspire positive while eating;
  • Warm water drunk in small sips during a meal supports digestive fire. It is never advisable to drink ice water or cold milk during a meal.
  • Ginger stimulates the appetite. It's best when chopped finely, mixed with lemon juice and a small amount of salt. Such a mixture is not needed for people with dominant Pitt dosha - as long as they have a good appetite, they should give up additional stimulation of the digestive system.
  • Ayurveda does not recommend raw meals when digestion is poor; cooked foods are generally more easily digestible.
  • Before the meal, thank you for what you are going to eat in a moment; transfer positive energy to food to nourish every cell of the body (after a meal we can also thank for it).
  • You should be calm while eating. Apparently, the quality of conversations after a meal reflects the quality of food consumed, while conversations while eating are not conducive to good digestion.
  • Eat as much as you can embrace your two joined hands.
  • Eat meals that contain all six flavors: sweet, sour, salty, bitter, spicy and tart, while increasing the proportion of those flavors that match your dosha.
  • Choose fresh products that grow seasonally in your area; those from foreign countries have had to travel a long way and it is highly likely that they have been properly preserved for the duration of the journey.
  • According to Ayurveda, excessively acidic or fermented products should be avoided.
  • After the meal, rinse your mouth and eyes with water and go for a short walk.
  • There should be an interval of 3 to 6 hours between meals.
  • If possible, have regular meal times.
  • Two hours after a meal, especially after dinner, do not sleep or do intensive mental work. Watching TV during and after meals also interferes with digestion.
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