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Turmeric is an ancient spice that has been a part of every Indian kitchen for a long time. The spice is believed to possess amazing healing properties and is very healthy. It has a long list of health benefits from being anti-inflammatory to preventing heart disease, Alzheimer’s and even cancer.
Ayurveda talks about a lifestyle that is in line with the environment and weather conditions, including different types of daily diet tips and recipes. In Ayurveda, ‘Ritucharya’ (‘Ritu’ meaning ‘season’, and ‘Charya’ meaning ‘regimen’) is an important practice, which is based upon lifestyles and diet routines in line with the physical as well as mental changes as per seasonal differences.
Include these three recipes in your diet to balance Vata. Adding cooked vegetables in your diet will aid in balancing doshas. Consumption of nuts, dairy products, grains and fruits can also bring balance in Vata. Try these recipes at home and live healthier.
Warm food makes it easier to combat cold, and hence it is always better to heat your meals before consumption during the winter days. Drink loads of water to stay hydrated during winters and eat cooked slightly oily food. Add more veggies, spices and detox drinks in your winter regimen and stay healthy!
Ginger Elixir is an Ayurvedic digestive drink that helps in better digestion. This drink is easy to prepare, and it contains no refined sugar or carbs. The combination of ginger, honey and lemon, makes the drink healthier to consume.