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Written by John Immel
Imbalance AccumulatesImproper food and lifestyle causes balances to accumulate. Ayurveda shows you exactly which doshas and qualities will accumulate in your body. Once these doshas and qualities accumulate too much, they will begin to cause disease. You can reduce an imbalanced dosha or quality by removing things that aggravate it from your diet and lifestyle.
'Fast food more than 2x/week' is likely to aggravate the following doshas and qualities.If you have a systemic imbalance of one of these doshas or qualities, Ayurveda would generally recommend removing, substitute or lessen the frequency of Fast food more than 2x/week.
Key: V = Vata, P = Pitta, K = Kapha. A slash through a dosha means it an aggravated dosha. To learn more about the symbols above, click on them.
Correct ImbalanceFood and lifestyle habite with the following effects may reduce imbalances associated with 'Fast food more than 2x/week'.
Please review these herbs & products below to determine which ones might be helpful for Fast food more than 2x/week.
|Trying to lose weight||Acid Reflux|
|Tired after eating||Emotional eating|
|Slow, heavy digestion||Irregular meal times|
|Feel overweight||Eating while driving/TV/hurrying|
|Restaurants 3+ per week||Poor diet|
|Lumps on Surface of Belly||Fatty fried food|
|Pizza||Soda / corn syrup|
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