Get Ayurveda Fit Body-Boost Metabolism

Ayurveda Fit Body Means Good Digestive Fire(Metabolism)
Ayurveda Fit Body Means Good Digestive Fire(Metabolism)

Ayurveda does not believe in fad diets or the concept of “one size fits all”. Ayurveda Fit Body believes in the principle of:

Good Digestion + Good Assimilation/Absorption + Good Elimination = Ayurveda Fit Body

Ayurveda Fit Body-Boost Metabolism(Digestive Fire)

Ayurveda and Metabolism

In Ayurveda, the concept of metabolism is Agni, your digestive fire. Agni, is the element of fire and leads to transformation. Your Agni’s primary functions are digestion, absorption, assimilation, and the transformation of food into energy. 

Ayurveda Fit Body Means Good Digestive Fire(Metabolism)

Being an Ayurveda fit body isn’t about the way you look. Ayurveda fit body is about a good digestion that not just affects the food you eat, but also your mental wellness and energy levels. Being a fit body is about how you feel. We all know that eating the right foods is essential for a beautiful body, good skin, a clear mind, and energetic balance. What we may not be aware of is that healthy eating is not enough. The best food on the planet can’t help you if you don’t have the digestive fire to transform and assimilate what you are putting in your body.

Agni is responsible for digesting food into nutrients and helping process feelings, emotions, and thoughts.

Ayurveda Concept of AGNI & AMA

An important concept in Ayurveda that goes along with Agni is Ama. Ama is understood as toxins or undigested food, emotions and thoughts that get stored in our fat cells. Ama (toxins) depletes Agni (your digestive fire), which leads to gaining weight, food allergies, and low energy levels. Ama clogs the digestive tracts, visceral organs, and even arteries. This build up of Ama depletes Agni, and a depleted Agni cannot properly digest, assimilate, or absorb food. 

8 Symptoms of Good Health

Ayurveda Fit Body Means…

  1. Timely Excretion of Waste from the body
  2. No Excess Weight
  3. Clear Skin
  4. Feeling energetic throughout the day
  5. Experiencing a strong sense of hunger
  6. Experiencing deep sound sleep
  7. No unpleasant odor from breath or sweat
  8. Experiencing positive thoughts

Simple Ways to Boost Your Digestive Fire(Metabolism)

  1. Start the day with lemon water.
  2. Eat on a time bound schedule. Your body works best on a schedule! If you eat on a schedule your body will begin to prepare by increasing your enzymes before you even eat! Eating on scheduled intervals maintains a stable blood sugar level and avoid cravings.
  3. Make lunch the biggest meal of the day. This is because our digestive fire is optimal between 12-2, so food can be the most easily digested and assimilated. 
  4. Eat light at night. Soups and milky/spicy herbal teas at night make the belly happy and help us detox.
  5. Take care of what you eat. Your gut bacteria will adjust to the foods you eat regularly. That’s why switching to extreme diets can be hard on the body. By stabilizing what you eat, your body can more easily recognize and break it down.
  6. Avoid deep- fried foods, frozen foods, leftovers, or refined sugars and flours. This is not by principle, but by understanding that these foods lack prana (life-force energy) and don’t provide stable energy. It’s okay to have these foods once in awhile, but our unhealthy dependence on them only create more of a cycle of dependency.
  7. Prep your body for food. Try having a slice of fresh ginger with a squeezed lemon and a pinch of rock salt on it before food to awaken your digestive fire. Eat a slice about 15 minutes before meals to stimulate your digestive enzymes.
  8. Loosen the lymph. Sipping hot water throughout the day helps loosen and detoxify the lymphatic system, which tends to get sluggish during the winter months. Make tea by boiling water and then adding the following spices, allowing them to steep for at least 15 minutes before straining the water and drinking the tea:
    Digestive Booster: 1/4 tsp. cumin seeds, 1/2 tsp. coriander seeds, 1/2 tsp. fennel seeds.
    Winter Spice: 3 thin slices of fresh ginger, 1/4 tsp. cumin seeds, 1/4 tsp. fennel seeds, 2 black peppercorns, a pinch of cardamom). 
    You can drink Turmeric Tea as part of your daily ritual.
  9. Indulge in Physical Activity to Keep You Fit and Energetic.Breathe deeply as you take a daily 30-minute brisk walk outdoors. Move your body and let the sun shine on your skin.
  10. Salute the sun and the fire. Around this time of year, start incorporating more rhythmic flows like Sun Salutations into your yoga practice to help heat the body. Twists in particular will help stoke belly fire, and burn away sluggishness and lethargy. End your practice by meditating on a fire in your belly. Throw in any old grievances into this inner flame.
  11. Drink Golden Turmeric Milk in Night before sleeping.
  12. Get some herbal support. Trikatu and triphala are Ayurvedic herbal formulas widely known for boosting metabolism, stimulating digestion, and cleaning out the body. You can find them online.
    Suggested Product:
    a) Organic India Trikatu 60 Capsules Bottle
    b) Kapiva 100% Herbal Triphala Churn (Powder) – Helps Support Bowel Health – 200gms
  13. Improve and prioritize elimination (your poo). Eat freshly prepared foods. Leftovers lead to less-than-perfect poo. Eat fiber-rich foods to improve stool quality.
  14. Include Whole grains: It takes an extra effort from your digestive system to break down whole grains, so you burn more calories when you eat them. Make sure to select foods with real whole grains, not processed foods.
  15. Bolster Metabolism with Lentils. They are an excellent source of iron and protein.

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