Ayurvedic Weight Loss


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Hello ladies,

All of us dream of a perfectly toned body and sometimes in order to lose weight, we try desperate methods. Such methods might lead to temporary weight loss but bring about a lot of harm in future. In order to lose weight safely, I am back with another interesting article. Today, I will be discussing a variety of Ayurvedic tips and tricks which will help you lose those extra inches without compromising on your health and well-being. Stay tuned, ladies!

Ayurvedic Weight Loss

Practice yoga, especially surya namaskar

Cute Hispanic women practicing the cobra pose during their yoga class in a gym

Engaging in yoga regularly increases your flexibility, tones up your muscles and bones, improves respiration and keeps your heart in check. Along with it, yoga also improves your athletic performance and helps in reducing those extra kilos that you might be struggling with.

Drink 8-12 glasses of water every day

Sipping enough water throughout the day keeps you energised, flushes out the toxins from your body, improves the lustre of your skin and boosts your immune system. And, most importantly, it speeds up your metabolism and promotes weight loss.

Eat three meals daily

Khichdi Rice and Lentil slowly cooked in spices

Eat proper meals and don’t skip any. Skipping meals can make it hard to get the variety of foods and nutrients you need for good health and metabolism. Whereas, if you eat three proper meals at the same time every day you will have lesser cravings for junk food and your appetite will be satiated for a longer time.

No meals after 7 PM

There are several reasons why you should not have any heavy meals after 7 PM and the foremost reason of them all is that it makes you put on weight. After 7 PM, your body’s automatic clock tells your body to calm itself down and get ready for a long sleep after a tiresome day. While calming itself down, your body decreases its metabolism, which means that anything eaten afterwards does not get enough time to break down. Hence, it gets assimilated into your system and stays in there for a fairly long time.

Make a routine to keep you disciplined

Always eat your meals at the same time and have a routine of waking up at the same time every morning. This will keep your metabolism in check without confusing your body’s mechanism.

Eat foods that pacify your kapha

Honey, Honeycomb, Honey Bee

Excess of kapha is responsible for weight gain in Ayurveda. Apart from making one overweight, the excess of kapha can lead to attachment, greed, lethargy, excessive sleep and other evils. Therefore, to pacify your kapha, eat food items like dairy, fruits, and sweeteners like honey, grains, spices and a lot of veggies.

Herbal pills

In today’s world, we are no more capable of compiling all the essential nutrients and vitamins in our diet due to the modern lifestyle. To include all the essential elements in our diet many trustworthy Ayurvedic companies have come up with herbal capsules and pills that help in increasing body’s metabolism and keep your weight in check.

Drink lukewarm water after meals

Lukewarm water is a natural body regulator and kick starts your metabolism. Having a good metabolism rate burns more calories per minute and keeps your body in shape. Apart from this, having a warm glass of water after a meal helps in washing down the greasy and oily food and aids faster digestion.

Take a good 12-hour sleep every day

Sleeping, Women, Bed

When you don’t sleep properly, your stress levels rise, which a culprit for promoting weight gain. Along with this, you are more likely to indulge in comfort food items, which are full of fat and sugar, if you are low on sleep.

Include 6 tastes in your meals

bhindi masala or bhendi masala or ladies finger fry with mixed veg in red curry with indian roti chapati fulka paratha indian bread, indian spicy food

Including six tastes is one of the most important Ayurvedic theories. According to Ayurveda, one must include astringent, bitter, pungent, sour, salty and sweet in their diet. Failing to do so will make your body crave for more. Even if it is the astringent that you missed, you might crave for spice or sugar since they are our body’s default craving mechanisms. Therefore, include all the tastes in your diet and keep cravings at bay.

That’s all for today, girls! Hope this helps.

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