Light & Many Meanings
In the body, lightness creates agility and swiftness. It is the opposite of heartiness. Lightness of mind is associated with clarity and alertness. Lightness is inspiring:
Liquid guna causes increased secretions in the tissues. In general, sour and salty foods cause increased secretions. Sweet and oily foods too. Examples are limes, yogurt, and ghee mixed with sugar.
In a second sense, liquid guna c
By the magic of digestion, when you eat an apple it becomes a part of your body. And whether the apple is hot or cold, acidic or basic, sugary or bitter, the body still has to transform the apple into the building blocks of living human flesh. The most pr
Pungent taste is what makes spicy foods hot. Pungent spices stimulate by irritating the lining of the digestive tract and other membranes. Made of fire element, punge
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Deciphering and diagnosing digestive tract disorders can be difficult because of similar symptoms. Many digestive tract disorders lack a clear definition and may be variations of a single disease or syndrome. Diagnosis
What is Agni?
Literally, Agni means fire. In Ayurveda, Agni measures your strength, power and resilience, and may be compared to your metabolism. Agni gives your organs the strength to work well. In your mind, agni gives us emotion
Cheap food is more expensive. When you eat cheap, you eat more, because cheap food has less nutrients. People eat until they get the nutrients they need. Sure, you save ten cents, but eat twice as much. How does that save you money?
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The best weight loss program will improve your relationship with your body and food. When you make choices that cause you to gain weight, your body communicates distress signs. Through Ayurveda, you discover how to listen & respond more mindfully to your