What is Ayurveda?

Ayurveda is ancient medicine and practice from India. Ayurveda believes that following the right dietary regimen, that by itself becomes the body’s treatment. If people’s diet is improper, no matter what medicine or diet they try to follow, that will not take care of the core issue. And if you take care of the core issue— by fixing your diet, there is no need to follow certain diets to achieve health and healing. Here we are going to explain what an Ayurvedic Diet believes and consists of.

Ayurveda believes in the following rules:


Diet has to be simple!


Food needs to be easily digestable!


Food needs to be easily digestable!



It also divides food into three types:

Sattvik: Fresh, Natural and Wholesome

  • They build you up by adding vitality and energy to your system
  • They are balanced and nourishing
  • They are not heavy or irritating.
  • They provide you with calm, harmonious energy and alertness

Rajasik: Salty, Hot, Dry, Burning, Too Bitter or Sour

  • These types cause distress to the body and can contribute to disease
    Example: Coffee, tea, tobacco
  • They energize you but cause you to become restless.
  • They are usually cooked too much, which affect the stimulation of the nervous system and metabolism.
  • Because they taste good, you might over-indulge and not listen to your body’s signal that you are no longer hungry.

Tamasik: Dead, processed, preserved

  • They lack vitality.
  • They are heavy, gross, dead.
  • They cause your system to accumulate them and can cause degenerative diseases (such as atherosclerosis, arthritis, obesity).
  • No energy is given to the individual with such foods.
  • Can cause irritability, relentlessness that can lead to being mean or thoughtless.

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