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Your body is what you eat…… what you eat what you look,…… the way you cook the way you look.

Daisman nutrition centre provides scientific cooking methods with proper ingredients, time of eating (Ahara kalam, mathra) It also indicates scientific mixing of various food combines and hazards of food combining (viruddhahara). Ayurvedic science has vast principle on our diet, it emphasis on Agni which will

  • Ayurveda has a very strong and far better description of digestion and nutrition. Ayurveda believes that digestion is more important than nutrition.
  • The substances having good nutritive value, if not digested properly, cannot be assimilated in our body subsequently.
  • This is the main reason behind that to elaborate sound description of Agni, Maatraa and Aama in Ayurvedic literatures. One should eat in proper quantity.
  • The quantity of food to be taken, again, depends upon the capacity of digestion (cha.su.5/3).
  • Digestion - The Cornerstone of Health
  • Good digestion nourishes the body.
  • Eating the proper foods will make a big difference in your well being.

2 Aspects to the food and nutrition in Ayurveda

  • One is the physical food you eat, digest, and assimilate. In this process, the organs of your digestive system has a big role
  • The second aspect of it is what you consume through your mind-body

What you see, hear, taste, smell, feel, and think are all important for your well being and impact your health considerably. For example, stress plays a key role in the health

Agni: Your Digestive Fire

  • In Ayurveda, Agni is the digestive and metabolic "fire" produced by the doshas that grabs the essence of nourishment from food, feelings, and thoughts and transforms it into a form your body can use.
  • Agni helps various tissues of the body produce secretions, metabolic reactions, and other processes needed to create energy and maintain and repair the body. Agni is also part of the immune system since its heat destroys harmful organisms and toxins.

Ojas: The Substance That Maintains Life

  • Ojas is the by-product of a healthy, efficient, contented physiology. It is the "juice" that remains after food has been properly digested and assimilated.
  • When you are producing ojas, it means all your organs have integrated vitality and you are receiving the nourishment your mind and body

  • Ojas is the subtle glue that cements the body, mind and spirit together, integrating them into a functioning individual.

Aama – Toxins

  • Aama originates from improperly digested toxic particles that clog the channels in your body.
  • Some of these channels are physical and include the intestines, lymphatic system, arteries and veins, capillaries, and genitourinary tract.
  • Others are nonphysical channels called nadis (river or stream) through which your energy flows

Aama making diseases

  • Ama toxicity accumulates wherever there is a weakness in the body, and this will result in disease. Eg. Atherosclerosis, TAO, stroke, varicose vein, rheumatic fever,
  • it's best to prevent it from forming in the first place. The symptoms such as coating on the tongue or feeling tired all the time are signs of ama.

Malas: Waste Products

  • Malas are the waste products of your body and include urine, feces, mucus, and sweat.
  • Eliminating waste is crucial to good health, but dosha imbalances stifle the flow of the malas, creating a toxic internal environment
  • If you are not eliminating malas, it means you are accumulating ama somewhere in your system and you may have to undergo Ayurvedic cleansing to get rid of these toxins from your body.

Aahaara Vidhivisheshaayatana

The eight factors which determine the utility and methods of various types of food taken:

  • 1) Prakriti (Nature of the Food substances)
  • 2) Karana (Method of their Processing)
  • 3) Samyoga (Combination)
  • 4) Rashi (Quantity)
  • 5) Desha (Habitat)
  • 6) Kaala (Time, i.e. stage of the disease or the state of the individual)
  • 7) Upayogasamstha (Rules governing the intake of food)
  • 8) Upayokta (Individual who takes it)