FOOD - The not so necessary fuel for our body

Eating Burgers

4 Tips for healthy eating habits

  • 2 meals a day

  • Touch your food while eating (Eat with hands)

  • Eating with gratitude

  • Don't develop good food habits

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The food we eat is in direct correlation to our energy system; through the process of Evolution, the body has adjusted, readjusted itself to the food that is available and required for spiritual growth.

Essentially, in Yogic Culture, we can categorize food in 3 categories - Positive Pranic Food, Negative Pranic Food, and Lazy Food... 

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Benefits of eating Neem and Turmeric early in the morning empty stomach:

  • Keeps the Alimentary Canal Clean from Harmful Microorganisms

  • Transmits Energy Evenly Across the Body

  • Cleanses the Body and Takes Away Cancerous Cells

  • Remedy for Cold-related Diseases and Blocked Nostrils

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The Yogis of India have long regarded ash gourd as one of the most naturally energizing foods due to its high quotient of what Yogic science refers to as “prana”, or vital life energy : Benefits of Ash Gourd or Wintermelon:

  • One glass of ash gourd juice in the morning brings tremendous amount of coolness in the body and alertness. Daily consumption of ash gourd greatly enhances your intellectual capabilities

  • Constipation, Piles, Boils

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Honey is good for your blood; Safer than Sugar, Honey is antibacterial and antiseptic, Honey is an energy food.

Honey Water

  • 1-3 teaspoons with a glass of room temperature water, twice a day nourishes tissues and helps alleviate weakness in the nervous system.

  • 1-3 teaspoons with a glass of lukewarm water provides instant energy and helps in weight management

Shelled Peanuts

Peanuts must be soaked for a minimum of six hours in water, which takes away certain aspects which in Ayurveda are called Pitta. If you eat peanuts without soaking them, it tends to cause rashes and nausea.