Many times it happens that we fall sick without any apparent reason. We take different types of medicines but without any positive output.

Do you know that it can happen because we are not taking our food as per our constitution (Doshas)?

It’s crucial for you to take food as per your constitution to stay healthy and fit.

Below we give the kind of food which you should eat on the basis of your dosha. It tells you which food to eat at which point of time in a day.

It also differentiates the food on the basis of season, i.e., winter and summer.Eat healthy food as per your dosha

Ayurveda Diet Test: Use This Application To Check Your Dosha

Ayurveda Vata Diet

Just after waking up

  • Herb tea either of Triphala, Ashwagandha or cardamom(summer)
  • Hot milk with either ghee, honey, fresh ginger, ghee or Chyavanprash(Winter)

Breakfast

  • Cream of rice with half cup boiled milk with cinnamon and cane sugar or with ghee cardamom and cane sugar (summer)
  • Cream of wheat or oatmeal with maple syrup, cardamom, and ghee(Winter)

 Snacks

  • Sweet fruit or cane sugar sweet with cardamom (summer)
  • Almond butter on chapattis with cardamom and ghee or herb tea (winter)

 Lunch

  • White basmati rice, split yellow múng dal, ghee, sweet potato, lassi(Summer)
  • All of the things listed above along with whole wheat chapattis (Winter)

 Snacks

  • Sesame seed butter, fennel and ghee on chapatti (summer)
  • Baked apple with cinnamon and honey and herb tea (winter)

 Dinner

  • Artichoke pasta, ghee, squash, cardamom or lassi (summer)
  • Barley/garbanzo, soup, ghee, cabbage, lassi or cardamom (winter)

 Snacks

  • Hot ginger, licorice tea with honey and ghee (summer)
  • Boiled milk, ghee, fresh ginger or honey (winter)

Note- If you have Vata constitution, it is advised for you to take food every 3-4 hours.

 Ayurveda Pitta Diet

 Just After Waking Up

  • Shatávarí, turmeric, and fennel with ghee, cane sugar (summer)
  • Hot milk with ghee, turmeric, and chyavanprash (winter)

 Breakfast

  • Puffed rice or wheat with ghee, coriander and coconut milk (summer)
  • Cream of Wheat or barley with ghee, coriander or soy milk (winter)

 Snack

  • Sweet or bitter fruit (summer)
  • Apple or pear (winter)

 Lunch

  • White basmati rice, split yellowmúng dal, ghee, broccoli, coriander, lassi, salad (summer)
  • Same as above with whole wheat chapattis(winter)

 Snacks

  • Sunflower seeds, fennel or lemongrass tea (summer)
  • Milk burfi and mint tea (winter)

 Dinner

  • Artichoke pasta, ghee, cauliflower, cilantro or lassi (summer)
  • Barley/garbanzo soup, ghee, cabbage, lassi and cardamom (winter)

 Snack

  • Coconut and macaroon (summer)
  • Pumpkin pie and herb tea (winter)

 Ayurveda Kapha Diet

 Breakfast (not required)

  • Ginger/Licorice tea (summer)
  • Chyavan prásh, coffee with goat’s milk (winter)

 Snacks (not advised)

  • Cranberries (summer)
  • Stewed apricots (winter)

 Lunch

  • Barley, split yellow múngdal, ghee, celery, coriander, lassi (summer)
  • Buckwheat chapatis, beans, Brussels, sprouts, ghee, pepper, mint tea (winter)

 Snacks (not advised)

  • Raspberries, lemongrass tea (summer)
  • Pumpkin seeds, saffron tea with honey (winter)

 Dinner

  • Artichoke pasta, ghee, burdock, cardamom, lassi (summer)
  • Rye soup, garbanzo beans, beets, cardamom, cinnamon tea (winter)

 Snacks (not advised)

  • Cranberries (summer)
  • Macintosh apple, chamomile tea (winter).
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Dr. Anand Ashok Buchake is an expert in the field of Ayurveda and works as medical practitioner. His expertise in the field of Ayurveda is proven from the fact that he was the topper in the final MD examination in the subject Dravyaguna in the year 2002 at Pioneer international university of Ayurveda, also known as the Gujarat Ayurveda University.He is associated with many reputed organizations such as the American Heart Association ACLS and BSL Course in South Africa.