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Know what you eat please.
This is not written by a Doctor please note.
A 5000 year old Sanskrit text ( Sanskrit is the father of world languages) forming a part of our Veda is Ayurveda,meaning Life Science.The author of this text is known in text books as SRILA VYASADEVA.There were several researchers in this LIFE SCIENCE now known as AYURVEDA.It was just a puff of smoke 50 years back and never heard about it as much as it is today in modern world.Indian Ayurveda Doctors boldly faced the Allopathy Doctors of the Western world and left no stone unturned to improve their knowledge and practice by their hard work and research.
Ayurveda in India has been a part of not only of body but also of spiritual well being. The Ayurveda original scriptures that date back to Vedic era, written about 5000 years ago, contain the treasure of knowledge that is actually a blessing from Ayurveda scholars. From among the four Vedas of ancient India, the Rig Veda talks extensively about health, disease, pathogenesis and principles of treatment. Many other original Ayurveda books like those written are totally dedicated to dissemination of Ayurveda knowledge. In fact, Ayurveda today, is believed to be the only complete medical system which still exists where as other forms of ancient medicine have lost parts of their original information. The glorified Ayurveda history has proved that Ayurveda is the true science of life, prevention and longevity.Ayurveda is also known as KNOWLEDGE FOR PROLONGING LIFE.
The Right Food for the Right Person is the first and foremost principle involved in Ayurveda.All foods are good, but not all foods are good for all people. You must eat the proper foods for your constitution in the proper consciousness if you want the best nourishment and optimum physical and spiritual health.
The Three Doshas: VATA,PITTA & KHAPHA. are classified for a person male or female to posses one or may be two or all the Doshas.
The person having Vata characteristic is known be thin and low in weight with prominent bones and joints. They have thin skin which is rough and dry with a tendency to tan or be dark, with his physical appearance, He has also other features such a curly, kinky, coarse, dry hair that's dark brown or blackish. Their teeth will usually be large, crooked and protrude. Both their head and eyes will be small, quick and unsteady. The eyes will also be dark brown or black, dry, thin and dull.
The PITTA CHARACTER,
He is another who can be best described as with medium build, height, and bone structure, with soft, oily skin, that's warm to the touch. They have fair complexions, burning easily. The have a reddish or yellowish hue. Their hair is soft and oily and will bald and gray early. Until then it will generally be reddish or yellow-blond. They have moderate size, yellowish teeth with soft gums that bleed easily. Their eyes are green or hazel, with a sharp, penetrating, lustrous look, set below a large forehead.They poses huge appetite and they do not like snacks.
THE KHAFA CHARACTER.
They are of are large, thick, big boned and strong persons male or female.. They stand not too tall, but often as the foundation of society. They have a tendency to be overweight and can become heavy by just looking at food! Their skin is thick, smooth, oily, and cool, with a tendency to be pale.They Sleep well,eat slowly and they can become overly greedy gets attached. But they are extremely compassionate, forgiving, loving, and patient, becoming nurses, social workers, and the clergy of different religions. They have a deep, steady faith and highly developed spiritual feelings.They are good factory workers,they are slow,steady and trustworthy.
There are others like Rakta that which controls perhaps blood forming organs.
One more is Medo The Adipose tissue.
HAVING SAID ABOUT THESE PEOPLE Let's get to some HOMELY HERBS HEALTHY AND HOLISTIC.
The Vedic South Indian Food.
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What to eat and how much to eat is most important not only to you but to those who care for you.