Ayurvedic Tips For Fitness: When it comes to staying healthy naturally, nothing is better than an Ayurvedic lifestyle. This is because Ayurveda is a science of health completely based on nature. But there are some rules of Ayurveda, which are sometimes very difficult to believe and find their logic. Even the Vaidyas, who have been treating patients through Ayurveda for years, are not able to give any exact reason for them. However, due to lack of information in this regard, it must be said that if universities like Takshashila and Nalanda were not destroyed, today we too would have the answer to every puzzling question of Ayurveda.
Well, the logic behind the rule we are going to share with you here is very clear in Ayurveda and also with modern dieticians. But even after being associated with fitness, the views of both of them do not match with each other. What are these rules, know here…
What do dieticians say for weightloss and fitness?
When you follow any diet for weightloss or go to a dietician, it is generally advised that you do not eat your food in one go and divide it into small meals. Then after every two to three hours, consume it when you feel very hungry. So that you can avoid storing a lot of calories at once.
What are the Ayurvedic rules for fitness?
- Ayurveda says that you should eat a full meal at one go but avoid overeating. Eating several times a day has a bad effect on the digestive fire, it disturbs digestion, which affects the overall health. That’s why Ayurveda has a rule of having three main meals. Like, morning breakfast which is called snack and then lunch and dinner.
- Buttermilk, juice, lassi etc. can be taken in case of mild hunger in between breakfast and lunch. On the other hand, in case of hunger between lunch and dinner, fruits, salad or healthy snacks like, roasted gram, boiled desi gram chaat, puffed rice, paddy kheel, maize kheel (popcorn), fresh fruits, seasonal vegetables It is suggested to eat salad etc. All these things are healthy and almost completely fat free too. In such a situation, by adopting Ayurvedic food and drink, without facing any health problem, weight can be reduced and oneself can be kept fit.
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