Many people suffer from digestive issues such as diarrhea, constipation, bloating, and heartburn. These issues may be traced back to stress and poor eating habits. As a result, most digestive problems may be resolved with easy dietary and home remedy changes.
According to Ayurveda, what should you eat?
There has been an increase in eating on the go while watching television or wolfing down a meal in a hurry. On the other hand, this way of living may cause a slew of digestive issues.
Ayurveda says that maintaining a healthy digestive tract is made easier by following a daily schedule in harmony with the changing of the seasons. A deeper look at its recommendations for gastrointestinal support will reveal the following:
Eat-in accordance with your Prakruti (nature’s blueprint):-
Vata, pitta, and Kapha — the three doshas associated with water, fire, space, air, and earth according to Ayurveda – are said to control your biological processes.
You will have a certain body type or constitution based on the ratio of these doshas in your body. Ayurveda advocates tailoring your food to your body type or Prakriti when it comes to your food.
Eat Your Food In The Proper Sequence:-
Ayurveda emphasizes the need to eat meals in a certain order to prevent digestive issues. For example, since digestive enzymes favor glucose, lovely meals should be consumed first.
In addition, bitter salads should be eaten towards the meal’s conclusion to avoid reducing the digestive fire (Agni) at the start of the meal.
Avoid Excessive Consumption of Food:-
Eat the right amount of meals to prevent gastrointestinal issues. Abdominal discomfort and difficulty speaking, walking, laying down, or exhaling and inhaling are all signs of having too much food.
It’s also recommended to wait to eat until you’ve fully digested your last meal. Food that hasn’t been properly digested might cause doshas to go out of balance and have digestive difficulties.
If you are searching for a specialist Ayurvedic treatment for common digestive issues, contact the Aatreya Ayurveda clinic.
Dr. Dattatraya B. Nalage is the pioneer and main consultant at AATREYA AYURVED AND PANCHAKARMA CLINIC, HADAPSAR, PUNE.
Dr.Dattatraya Nalage is an Ayurvedic consultant by profession. He did his graduation with a “Bachelor in Ayurveda Medicines And Surgery (B.A.M.Aatreya Ayurved & Panchakarma Clinic, S.) From renewed institute in Pune i.e. Tilak AYURVED MAHAVIDYALAYA.