Foundation of Ayurvedic nutrition:
It is based on the concept that ”you are what you eat”. Your body, mind and soul acts depending on the results of what, when, where, how and why you eat.
As per Ayurveda your food should be eaten with gratitude and it must be fresh, of good quality, digestible, affectionately cooked and satisfies your taste buds.
The balanced approach:
Ayurvedic nutrition focuses on a well-balanced approach for preparing, eating and digesting the food depending on the distinct Doshas, together with the time of day, climate, seasons, and the place where one lives.
Why Ayurvedic Nutrition is the better approach?
The major problem with other nutritional approaches is that they do not pay attention on the individual’s constitution. Majority modern day nutritional approaches believe in ”one size fits all”. No matter what the body type, size, shape and eating habits of an individual are, they provide the same regime to everyone.
It is important to understand as an individual and as a practitioner that every person digests and assimilates food in a different way. Sadly, modern nutrition does not consider individualised diet plans.
Ayurvedic Nutrition has a customized approach for every body type and every individual depending on his or her Dosha (vata, pitta or Kapha).
The methodology behind this is a structured diet depending on the individual’s metabolic functions. This approach offers benefits by rejuvenating the body and treating several health disorders such as food allergies, indigestion, skin problems, fatigue and many more.
Holistic practitioners of Sivanna Health provide the diet in accordance with the various principles such as cooking of food, nature of food, quantity and many other things. To know more or to avail their services visit www.sivannahealth.com.au