The unparalleled importance of a personalized DIET

Diet is a pillar of overall health. What you eat affects every system, organ, tissue, and cell in the body. When you eat a diet that is right for you, and you digest it efficiently, you build strong blood that goes on to nourish vital organs. Traditional medicine provides a highly personalized approach by using the unique framework of Chinese medicine Yin &Yang and the Ayurveda three Dosha concepts.

Diet is used as a preventative measure to fight disease before it forms, and support whole body health. By following a personalized diet, you can experience vitality and strength, both physically and emotionally.

The personalized approach

A personalized diet promotes self-awareness and learning, how to eat for your constitution and specific needs. It offers a tailor made system, taking into account the tastes (sweet, sour, salty, pungent, bitter and astringent), the qualities of food, eating guidelines and cooking techniquesthat are most appropriate for your body type and specific imbalances.

Getting to know and understand your appetite

Establishing a solid routine for grocery shopping, cooking and mealtimes will help to reduce the likelihood of improper eating habits. Your appetite plays an important role in your dietary choices. One of the most important aspects of managing your appetite is learning to distinguish between true and false hunger. True hunger is when your body has a genuine need for nutrition, detected by rumbling in the stomach and other physical indicators like weakness and fatigue. False hunger is the desire to eat when you’re body doesn’t actually need food. This false hunger can be fueled by cravings, stress, boredom, low energy or the desire to seek some sort of emotional comfort from food.

Causes & Types of Diet Imbalances

A modern lifestyle presents many obstacles to following a balanced diet. Between the stress of work, time pressure, or lack of access to healthy foods, your diet may suffer. However, with a little careful planning, you can combat the negative effects of eating on the run by learning to eat more mindfully, managing portion control, choosing proper food combinations, etc. Proper eating habits can go a long way to balance your food choices. With a wealth of nutrition information available online, it can be hard to know if you are making the right food choices. Trickier situations like social occasions and eating out in a restaurant also present a challenge. If you don’t have much practice in the kitchen, it can be intimidating to try a new recipe and may lead you to fast food alternatives. These convenient options not only take a toll on weight, but also overall health, digestive strength, energy, mood, and emotions.


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