Benefit of vegetarian and Ayurvedic diet in the modern world

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BENEFIT-OF-VEGETARIAN-AND-AYURVEDIC-DIET-IN-THE-MODERN-WORLD

Have you ever contemplated on the fact that your lifestyle has a direct impact on your well being? Yes, many of us are of course aware about it, but unwilling to change ourselves and are taking things for granted. Unknowingly or not, we let the modern lifestyle come into our way of a healthy life. The lifestyle choices of youngsters in the modern world have a major impact on their physical, mental and emotional life. And among the many others like irregular sleep pattern, prolonged use of gadgets, diet plays a major role in designing our health.

The ancient science of Ayurveda has very clear perceptions about this. There is an increasing go back to Ayurvedic culture today and many countries of the world started applying Ayurvedic concepts into their life. Applying Ayurvedic principles to your diet is an assurance for staying healthy and balanced.

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The Ayurvedic Concept

“Ayurveda is a way of life, which brings you in an alignment with yourself.” According to Ayurveda, one should lead a life close to nature and can plan a diet according to his/her dosha type or body constitution, to ensure the balancing of the six tastes (sweet, sour, salty, pungent, astringent and bitter) and nutrients. Ayurvedic cooking methods like having steamed food and vegetables, including sprouted beans, leafy vegetables, lentils etc in our diet are a natural and healthy way of living.

Benefits of vegetarian diet The health benefits of vegetarian diet as prescribed in Ayurveda are immense. A vegetarian diet reduces the risk of heart diseases, helps to lose weight, improves skin health and above all it offers a lot of mental benefits.

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According to studies initiated by the Oxford University, the risk of heart disease is lower in vegetarians than non-vegetarians. This is mainly because vegetarian meals are fiber rich and contains less or no cholesterol. Shifting to a vegetarian diet also helps in keeping a check over chances of diabetes, obesity and high BP.

Reports say that higher cholesterol and BP is getting very common among men even in their late 20’s today, while women are more prone to obesity, especially due to their sedentary nature of work when combined with high fat and protein rich non vegetarian food.

Another important benefit of a vegetarian diet is that you will feel light on your feet and enjoys an easy digestion.  Leaving non vegetarian food is also an act of mind control, which enhances your positive attitude and focus towards life. Another immediate benefit of being a vegetarian, which young ladies love to hear is that it keeps your skin healthy, young and reduces occurrence of acne.

But before moving towards vegetarianism, it is important that the person should be fully self-motivated for the shift.

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