Our diets provide our bodies with the basic building blocks that it needs to survive, function ultimately flourish. Without a nutrient rich diet our bodies will begin to struggle to maintain roles within the body and this will start to manifest in our skin, hair, energy levels, mental sleep, aches and pains within the body. Ayurveda explains the importance of changing your diet according to the seasons as well as the different phase of your life. A child has different requirements to a young adult, whilst a young adult has different needs to an elderly person. As transition the different phases within our lives, within the year it is important that we learn to our diets accordingly. This will ensure that we are nourished and full of vitality.
If our bodies are in a state of imbalance then by understanding the properties of different foods can adapt our diet to support us in our healing process. Whether using nutritional science Ayurveda the diet place a valuable role in helping achieve our optimal state of wellness.
Learning how to cook our meals, combine our foods and even use kitchen spices and herbs medicinally can be invaluable tools on our journey of wellness. Whilst nutrient deficiencies can replenished with supplements, evidence still suggests that food is the optimal source for a range nutrients.
Unless we learn to incorporate the key pillars within our lives as positive habits, they will simply not last. By understanding the importance behind them, by taking ownership on our health and by prioritising ourselves we can learn to implement the changes. In order to ensure the changes develop into habits we work close together to ensure that each pillar is well established, that you are well equipped with the information and tools that you require and that you are able to implement the changes that are suggested. Positive habits whether they are thoughts or actions are vital to leading a healthy life.
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