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Ayurveda advises placing extra emphasis on Ahara (diet). A balanced, nutritious diet feeds and fortifies the body, mind, and spirit. Ahara is one of the three sub-pillars of life, according to Ayurveda. Everybody has a distinct ability for digestion. A healthy existence requires both sufficient and adequate food in both quality and quantity.
A balanced diet promotes healthy digestion, maximizes the absorption of vital nutrients, provides energy, and nourishes the body’s tissues. The average obese individual often skips meals or eats less food to lose weight. Most people miss meals because of their hectic daily schedules, which contributes to intestinal problems. One can interrupt the cycle of obesity by modifying food, getting rid of ama (toxic substance), changing lifestyle patterns, reducing stress, and engaging in regular exercise. An individual’s strength, energy, complexion, and development deteriorate, their immunity declines, their body, mind, and sense organs are impaired, and their vata dosha becomes vitiated, according to Ayurvedic teachings. Vata dosha vitiation can lead to a number of disorders in our bodies, including flatulence, hard stools, numbness, body aches, dry skin, and tissue depletion.
Some Advice for People Who Skip Meals:
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