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Ayurvedic diet

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Kitchari is a traditional Indian meal made with a mix of Basmati rice and moong dal. It's gentle on the digestive system and contains healing and detoxifying properties. The texture is soft, velvety, and creamy. This traditional recipe is simple, easy to make, and one I grew up eating in my mother's kitchen.

108 · 40 minutes · Kitchari, also called Khichdi, is a traditional Ayurvedic dish made with a mixture of yellow split mung beans, Basmati rice, and spices.

11 ingredients

Produce
  • 1/2 cup Cilantro, fresh
  • 1/2 tsp Ginger, fresh
  • 1 slices Lime or lemon
Pasta & Grains
  • 1/2 cup Basmati rice
Baking & Spices
  • 1/4 tsp Black pepper
  • 1 tsp Sea salt
  • 1/4 tsp Turmeric, ground
Nuts & Seeds
  • 1 tsp Cumin seeds
Dairy
  • 1 tbsp Ghee
Liquids
  • 4 cups Water
Other
  • 1/2 cup Moong dal (split mung beans)
There is an Ayurvedic proverb that states, “When diet is wrong, medicine is of no use. When diet is correct, medicine is of no need.” Incorporating a dosha-balancing diet into your life with meals and recipes that are appropriate for your unique body can be one of the most basic and effective ways to find balance, health, and well-being! Click to learn more! #pitta #dosha #recipes #mealideas #ayurveda

There is an Ayurvedic proverb that states, “When diet is wrong, medicine is of no use. When diet is correct, medicine is of no need.” Incorporating a dosha-balancing diet into your life with meals and recipes that are appropriate for your unique body can be one of the most basic and effective ways to find balance, health, and well-being! Click to learn more! #pitta #dosha #recipes #mealideas #ayurveda

Pitta is pacified by consuming juicy, cooling foods with high water content. Avoid hot spicy, fried foods, sour foods like tomatoes, yogurt, vinegar and fermented foods like sour cream and alcoholic drinks. Foods should be fresh and organic, if possible. Avoid packaged, canned or bottled foods as well as processed foods whenever possible. Pitta is very sensitive to chemical preservatives and artificial additive

A Pitta diet is best suited to those with a Pitta imbalance or a Pitta body type. Let’s look at the Pitta diet in detail and see what foods aggravate and pacify the Pitta dosha. In Ayurvedic medicine, diet is a therapeutic and preventative health measure to manage one’s state of health. Following an Ayurvedic …

12 Healing Ayurvedic Recipes to Try at Home #purewow #healthy #health #food #recipe #wellness #yoga #cooking

Before you dismiss Ayurveda as this week's trendy diet, the ancient food philosophy has actually been around for generations. A holistic medicine practice from India, Ayurveda focuses on balance. When it comes to the dining table, that means fresh, seasonal and local ingredients combined to promote digestion and harbor anti-inflammatory properties.

Vata Dosha Elements: Air & Ether VATA Tatra ruksho laghu sheetah, khara sukshma chalo nilah The qualities of Vata are dry, light, cool, rough, subtle and mobile -Ashtanga Hrdayam 1:11 The Quali…

Vata Dosha Elements: Air & Ether VATA Tatra ruksho laghu sheetah, khara sukshma chalo nilah The qualities of Vata are dry, light, cool, rough, subtle and mobile -Ashtanga Hrdayam 1:11 The Quali…