Pour rester en bonne santé, l’Ayurveda conseille d’adapter notre alimentation et notre mode de vie au fil des saisons. Nous sommes ainsi en harmonie avec notre environnement et évitons toutes sorte de déséquilibre.
This nourishing date snack is great for pitta /vata constitution. An excellent snack for before or after exercises.
The herb Sathavari (Asparagus racemosus) is a Ayurvedic rejuvenation herb that benefits women’s heath & fertility. Shatavari is helpful in a wide range of feminine disorders from menstrual disorders, to fertility and uterine imbalances. It is also used as a nerve tonic, antiseptic, immuno-stimulant, emollient, diuretic, rejuvenative, antispasmodic, emmenagogue, and anti diarrhoeal.
This unctuous Fava (yellow split pea puree) recipe has been adapted from a traditional greek recipe to suit vata and pitta constitutions alike. It is a great alternative to hummus.
In Ayurveda, beetroots are known to cleanse the blood, naturally laxative and once cooked are a cooling addition to our diet.
Ideal in autumn & winter or spring’s cooler days this nourishing oat porridge will balance vata-pitta predominant consitution and provide strength and nourishment to all (dhatus) tissues.
BREAKFAST APPLE PEAR ALMOND COMPOTE GOOD FOR VATA – PITTA DOSHA
This nourishing avocado-almond mousse recipe is a delicious sweet, cooling and grounding snack, that contributes to a healthy reproductive system.
Baked fruits are a quick and healthy breakfast or snack option for all Ayurvedic constitutions.Vata may appreciate baked fruits with melted ghee, high Pitta constitutions may slightly reduce the amount of cinnamon and choose sweeter fruit types, whilst Kapha constitutions may choose sour fruits such as pineapple.
During a trip to Kerala last autumn, our host Dr.C.V.Priyatha Dev, shared with us this easy and healthy vegetable recipe. Lightly spiced with turmeric, this Ayurvedic vegetable recipe makes a perfect side dish for chicken, fish, dhal, pasta and rice.