besides the great indicators in this wonderful material, the classical: thirst, is an obvious indicator, but an indicator that ideally should never be reached, because it functions like a final signal from the body that you are deeply dehydrated.
PITTA Fruits & Vegetables - Ayurveda states that a person should choose his diet depending on his dosha. So, a person in whom the Pitta dosha is dominant should eat diet, which will pacify the Pitta dosha.
Healing Through Chronobiology: Hours Of The Day By Dosha. The Ayurveda Clock divides the day into six periods - two each for the three doshas. A good understanding of the same will help you make the most of your day. by alyson
Ayurveda Dosha Diet - Food is one of the most important aspects of living. We plan our day around it (or at least we should) and know that good nutrition is vital for good health. An Ayurvedic diet is personalised and wholesome. Once you have identified y
Balancing Kapha Vegetables that pacify Kapha will generally be pungent, bitter, and astringent. Most vegetables include some combination of these tastes, so vegetables are an important centerpiece of any Kapha-balancing diet.