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Except for yoga do Pilates and pray to YHWH What is Ayurveda? Why Ayurveda? What is my dosha type? So how do I eat according to my Ayurvedic dosha type?

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VATA Fruits & Vegetables - Ayurveda states that a person should choose his diet depending on his dosha. So, a person in whom the Vata dosha is dominant should eat diet, which will pacify the Vata dosha. Here are some suggestions on which fruits and veggies to include and which to avoid in a Vata balancing diet.

VATA Fruits & Vegetables - Ayurveda states that a person should choose his diet depending on his dosha

How to Drink Water: Stay Hydrated the Ayurvedic Way

How to Drink Water: Stay Hydrated the Ayurvedic Way

"Water before a meal is nectar. It replenishes fluids and encourages juicy digestive organs. Small sips during a meal is honey. It helps turn the food into a sauce. Water after a meal is poison because it dilutes stomach acids.

Vegetables that pacify Kapha will generally be pungent, bitter, and astringent. Most vegetables include some combination of these tastes, so vegetables are an important centerpiece of any Kapha-balancing diet.

Balancing Kapha Vegetables that pacify Kapha will generally be pungent, bitter, and astringent. Most vegetables include some combination of these tastes, so vegetables are an important centerpiece of any Kapha-balancing diet.

Ayurveda Doshas - Characteristics, Nature, Body, Mind http://www.foodpyramid.com/ayurveda/dosha-test/

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Healing Through Chronobiology: Hours Of The Day By Dosha. The Ayurveda Clock divides the day into six periods - two each for the three doshas. A good understanding of the same will help you make the most of your day.

Healing Through Chronobiology: Hours Of The Day By Dosha. The Ayurveda Clock divides the day into six periods - two each for the three doshas. A good understanding of the same will help you make the most of your day. by alyson

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