What are some of the best Ayurvedic health tips

More energy with Ayurveda breakfast

A warm breakfast porridge in the morning? That sounds strange. We don't have the time to cook! The typical Central European breakfast with bread, jam, cheese, sausage, yoghurt and muesli provides plenty of energy - but mostly too few nutrients to fill you up. From an Ayurvedic point of view, these foods have a cooling character, which weakens digestion. Sluggishness, weight gain, and a constant feeling of hunger can result. According to the Indian art of healing Ayurveda, we also have to take enough time to eat. Not just in the morning. Hustle and bustle is one of the biggest nutritional mistakes in our latitudes. And we usually eat too cold, too irregular, too often and not appropriate to type. That is why it is worth taking a look at India.

In traditional Ayurveda health teachings, food is considered a remedy. Many health problems start in the intestines and, according to Ayurveda doctors, can be regulated or prevented with a diet that is appropriate to the type. Ayurveda focuses on the so-called digestive fire "Agni" (Sanskrit word for fire) and is considered the guardian of our health. Ayurveda is based on three types, the "doshas" Vata, Pitta and Kapha, which are different in character and body - and therefore need different foods. You can find numerous sources on the Internet for more in-depth information, such as Wikipedia and the Dosha test by doctor and Ayurveda expert Janna Scharfenberg.