Ayurvedic Diet on the Basis of the Psychological Characteristics

Ayurveda which is considered to be a natural system of treatment spring up in India in the last 5000 years. With a word meaning "the knowledge of life," this fascinating and magical treatment method is one of the oldest healing therapies which are still practised in Kerala with great importance. Being one of the oldest systems in history the different treatment methods and principal followed is said to work with the most crucial intelligence of the body so as to initiate self-healing in a natural way. Kerala to the south being the most known destination for Ayurveda, now have developed into one of the best and most famous Ayurvedic centres of the country. A number of different unique methods and medicinal patterns are used by the practitioners of Ayurveda. In addition, a number of diets are also followed by different Ayurvedic Treatment Centres of the land like the Aura Ayurveda & Spa. The healthy Ayurvedic diets which are suggested by the practitioners of Kerala mainly depend specifically on a person’s body type which is mostly referred to as dosha. This is mainly because of the belief that Ayurveda is a treatment method which is mainly depended on the rhythmic changes in nature. According to Ayurveda, the Ayurvedic diets are mostly based on the ancient practices which aim to promote the holistic balance of the body, mind and soul which would in turn help in treating various health problems.

Vata, Pitta and Kapha are the 3 main doshas of a human body which in simple ways could be explained as the 3 body types of Ayurveda which are classified on the basis of tendencies, personality traits and nutritional needs of each person and their body. According to this ancient herbal treatment method each dosha is made of 5 basic elements of the universe like air, fire, water and earth and each person has a different and most unique combination of all these elements which help in deciding the psychological characteristics of the individual. Most of the Ayurvedic treatment centres in Kerala insist on following a healthy diet with an aim to prevent the imbalance of the doshas as it is one main reason for the ailments in a human body. Described below are the 3 main body type classifications according to Ayurveda and the diet plans suitable for them.

Vata Dosha: Individuals holding in a physiological characteristic of Vata dosha is supposed to be very thin with small bones. They do not put up weight that easily and they are also said to have trouble with digestion. The characteristic of the people belonging to this body type is said to be more creative, curious, broad-minded and very energetic, but they are also said to be stressed, and fearful at times.     b  The Vata energy present in a human body is said to be essential in promoting a number of body functions which includes mobility, motion, circulation and breathing. People with Vitas are susceptible to a number of other ailments which includes neurological disorders, mental obstacles, heart disease, insomnia, fear and grief, arthritis and a number of other health problems. Most of the Ayurvedic treatment centres in Kerala prefer to offer special diet for such individuals. Some of the main food included in their diet includes fat content foods like coconut or olive oil, full-fat dairy, ghee, avocado, plus cooked grains, spiced milk, cooked root vegetables, stewed fruits and more. They are not allowed to have food which is frozen or very cold.

Pitta Dosha: Individuals which are classified under the Pitta dosha mostly have a medium and athletic like body structure. The ability to put up weight or muscles would differ from time to time. People categorized under the Pitta types are mostly considered to be very smart hard-working, ambitious and very competitive but aggressive at times. The Pitta energy that dominates their body composition plays a very influential role in the metabolic functions, digestion, absorption of nutrients and more. People with this body types are mostly seen to be vulnerable to different health issues like overexertion, hypertension, heart disease and more. Such individual is supposed to avoid hot, fried or sour foods. They are also supposed to avoid tomatoes, yoghurt, vinegar and different artificial sweetening agents. Sweet and a bit cool foods are preferable for such individuals.

Kapha Dosha: people with body character under Kapha dosha are supposed to struggle with their increasing weight and would have a bigger and solid built body. Even though they are known to be very kind, supportive and loving they are said to be very lazy, insecure and sad at times. The Kapha energy that plays a major role in such people’s body is said to influence lubrication, reproduction, immunity, fluid balance, nourishment and more. Diabetes, cancer, obesity, fluid retention and respiratory illnesses are all some of the main ailments that the people with Kapha Dosha are believed to share. the best type of food that the people belonging to the Kapha category includes low-fat products like fruits, honey, all beans and grains, veggies, and spices and it would be the best that you sweet and fat content food as they would add to the weight.

Apart from the use of different Ayurvedic medicines and different herbal treatment methods most of the Ayurvedic treatment offered in Kerala would also include diet as it is one of the main and most fast and healthy methods by which a patient could attain complete health. in some of the best Ayurvedic treatment centres of the land it is mainly the Ayurvedic diet and the other exercises or yogis that play a great role in treating and curing the ailment of an individual. It is mainly this treatment method of deeply identifying the roots of the ailments that now makes the state one of the best destination in the country which would bring out the best effect of Ayurvedic  Treatment in Kerala.  Most of the travellers from around the world visit Kerala not just to explore the beauty and the travel destinations of the place, but also take advantage of the magical, Ayurvedic touch of Ayurveda. Offering the best ever herbal treatment in the country Kerala is one of the best destinations for any traveller to enjoy an Ayurvedic trip or tour.


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