Nowadays, what to eat / what-not to eat has developed a very generalised approach. There are regular updates on good foods and bad foods which the consumers follow blindly without understanding their individualistic implications.
Ayurvedic Dietitics on the other hand revolves around an individual and not the population as a whole therefore making it more scientific, congenial and consumer friendly.
To begin with we need to know the Do’s and Dont’s of cereals, pulses, vegetables, fruits, milk and milk products, non-vegetarian foods, spices, beverages & others with reference to the Prakriti (body-mind constitution) and Vikriti (diseased condition) of an individual. Further the concept of Viruddha Ahaara (Incompatible Diet) needs to be understood, in order to avoid accumulation of toxins within the body.
Apart from this, there are certain food items that can be consumed by all individuals on a daily basis with variations as per the need. These are depicted in the image below.
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