Ayurveda food rules to improve gut health
Team Udayavani, Jul 5, 2021, 2:46 PM IST
Mindful eating in today’s work hustle culture is very important. Ayurveda can give guidance to eat properly and help in digestion.
Below are few Ayurveda food rules to improve gut health.
- Make sure you eat only when you are hungry. This means that you eat only when your previous meal has been completely digested.
- Always eat in a calm and comfortable place. When you sit down to eat, make sure you are eating with as little distraction as possible. Say no to mobile, TV, laptops, etc.
- Eat the right amount of food. Don’t overeat. Eat only to point when you feel satisfied.
- Eat freshly cooked, warm meals. Try to avoid anything coming out straight from the fridge in order to preserve your digestive power (agni).
- Make sure that your meal is juicy or a little oily as this will facilitate digestion and improve nutrient absorption.
- Avoid incompatible food items together, like fruits and milk, fish and milk, etc.
- Use all your five senses when you eat.
- Appreciate the smell of your meal, the look of your plate, the texture of your food, the different flavours, and the sounds that you make when you eat.
- Don’t just swallow your food, take your time to chew.
- Eat at a regular time.
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