Prophylactic, nutritional, seasonal and pathological consideration of Ahara as per Ayurveda
The dietary pattern of human being aimed to maintain good health which came in practice after lot of evaluation including trial and error based consideration. The different culture of human civilization offered number of food preparations which help to promote health through different nutritional value. The traditional science of India Ayurveda also aimed to promote and preserve the health and longevity. The various conceptual belongings of ayurveda play vital role towards achieving this goal and dietary consideration is one of them. Ayurveda believe that the dietary consideration as per desha, kala and prakrirti, etc. not only help to promote health but also cure the diseases. Ahara sometimes also used as a curative measure therefore specific diet pattern recommended as prophylactic approach for the prevention of some common diseases. Good quality food stuffs improve memory, energy, digestive power, intellectual and ojas. This article summarized health benefits of food and various rules of ayurveda related to dietary consideration.
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