Naturopathic Diet

Aaharam Parama Beshajam exhibits that fusion of Kerala and naturopathic food and beverages are likely to act as medicines for sustaining mental and physical healthy.

Diet can be referred to the food and drink that a person consumes daily and the mental and physical circumstances connected to eating.

The main recommendation is to follow a healthy eating pattern that incorporates a variety of nutrient-dense foods and beverages.

Guidelines Recommended to Follow:

  • Consume mostly nutrient-dense foods, which include fruits, vegetables, whole grains, fat-free and low-fat dairy products, lean meats, and seafood;
  • Consume fewer foods with sodium (salt), saturated fats, trans fats, cholesterol, added sugars, and refined grains. (The Advisory Committee behind the guidelines specifically recommends reducing consumption of sugar-sweetened sodas.); and
  • Balance calories with physical activity to maintain a healthy weight and reduce the risk of chronic disease.

In Ayurveda, food is considered as important tool to prevent diseases and maintain good health. Little by little more ‘traditional’ medical institutions and environments are recognizing the legitimacy and importance of these approaches.

An increasing number of studies provide evidence for the preventive or curative properties of certain foods, as well as the effects of utilizing food and diet as part of a comprehensive approach to health. For example:

Garlic is often used for its ability to lower cholesterol and serum triglycerides.

Green tea is a good source of antioxidants, which can protect cells, tissues, and cellular components from damage by so-called Reactive Oxygen Species.

Some studies suggest that ginger may be an effective treatment for nausea.

There are many other plants that contain protective, disease-preventing compounds known as phytochemicals. Often, it is important to eat the whole plant, as the skin or outer hull contains nutrients and fiber that offer significant health benefits.

Ayurveda advocates following food items for daily use to preserve health and prevent diseases they are rice, peas, saindhava havana, gooseberries, pure water, ghee, milk etc..

According to Ayurveda, food is the reason for both good health and disease. Good food gives good health and bad food will do the opposite.


Disclaimer : Its mandatory to consult our medical team, before starting any therapy/yoga/diet at Sanskriti Wellness Centre