Better Health through Digestion with an Ayurvedic Diet
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Vata Pacifying FoodsVata is made peaceful, or pacified, by foods that are comfortable, nurturing and easy to digest. All the other doshas are jealous of the Vata diet because it is filled with sweets, oils, sour and salty foods.
Vata Meals for AutumnEat building foods to help the body prepare for winter. Including proteins, carbohydrates, fats and oils, and sweet foods. Avoid the dryness of autumn with salt, oil, sour taste, and protein. Keep a regular schedule to help the body deal with climate variability. Ghee, eggs, bone marrow soup, and hot spiced milk help the body build an extra layer of protection for the coming cold winter months.
Vata Meals for WinterContinue with nourishing foods to make sure Vata has enough energy to balance cold temperature. Add cloves, ghee and sugar to morning oatmeal.
Vata Meals for SpringSpring weather pacifies Vata. Spring is warm and wet. But the climate can be variable and changing. The best way to protect Vata in the spring is extra clothing for sudden changes in temperature.
Vata Meals for SummerThe summer heat can dry out Vata. Drinking plenty of fluids, and adding salt and lime to drinks can keep the body hydrated.
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