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Diet Plan for Pitta Prakriti People - Pitta Diet

Pitta

Pitta characterizes "Agnis" or fires of the body. Pitta is responsible for metabolism, digestion, heat, energy production, metabolism and transformation in the body and the mind. It portrays the basic characteristics of the people to distinguish between right and wrong, to control the sensory perceptions. The pivotal function of Pitta is transformation.

Pitta's Types and Normal Functions Accordingly:-

  • Alochaka Pitta: Functioning of the eyes.
  • Bhrajaka Pitta: Healthy glow of the skin.
  • Sadhaka Pitta: Desire, drive, decisiveness, spirituality.
  • Pachaka Pitta: Digestion, assimilation, metabolism for healthy nutrients and tissues.
  • Ranjaka Pitta: Healthy, toxin-free blood.

Common Characteristics of People of Pitta Dosha

The major attributes to describe the Pitta prakriti people are hot, pungent, light, acidic, penetrating, sour and sharp. Some of the common characteristics describing the people, who predominantly have Pitta body type, are given below:-

  • They have a sharp mind, strong and well-built physique.
  • They are focused, competitive, ambitious, self-confident, assertive, and aggressive, like challenges, demanding with entrepreneurial mindset.
  • When in stress, they get angry, impatient as well as irritated.
  • They enjoy challenges and have good leadership and managerial skills.
  • They are romantic and passionate.
  • They cannot tolerate much heat and perspire a lot.
  • They generally face some common physical disorders like acne, inflammation in the various body parts, skin cancer, boils, ulcers, insomnia, hot sensation in stomach, anemia, heartburns, vision disorder, jaundice and a few more.
  • Pitta people are generally of average weight and size.
  • They possess bright red-colored hair.
  • However, hair loss or perhaps thinning of hair is the typical characteristic in a Pitta prakriti person.
  • Pitta people may well experience burning feelings, skin breakouts, peptic ulcers, heartburn, intense body heat and indigestion.

Psychological Characteristics of People with Pitta Dosha

  • Individuals with Pitta attribute possess a strong intellect along with a solid capability to really focus.
  • While they're in sense of balance, they really are fantastic decision makers, guides and also speakers.
  • They have a very good capability of understanding and comprehension.
  • They really are smart, intelligent and intellectual and are likely to be good orators.
  • Out-of-balance Pittas tend to be short-tempered together with dominative and argumentative.
  • They possess psychological inclinations towards hate, wrath and jealousy.

Due to the fact that an excessive amount of Pitta dosha overheats the body and mind, individuals with Pitta dosha need to follow a proper diet plan of the food items to lead a happy and healthy lifestyle.

Diet Plan for Pitta Prakriti People

This diet chart is for Pitta people in general and not for Ulcerative colitis patients. UC and IBD patients should get their diet chart separately

Choose Avoid/Consume less
Vegetables
Asparagus Beets
Bell pepper Carrots
Broccoli Chilies
Brussels sprouts Egg plant
Cabbage Olives
Cauliflower Onion
Celery Radish
Corn Spinach
Cucumber Tomatoes
Mushroom Turnip
Peas  
Potatoes  
Zucchini  
Salads  
Fruits
Apple Berries
Banana Cherries
Dates Citrus fruits
Grapes (red and purple) Cranberries
Lychee Plumbs
Mangoes (ripe) Apricots
Melons All unripe fruits
Pomegranate  
Papaya (sweet)  
Figs  
Dates  
Pears  
Pine apple (sweet)  
Coconut  
Grains
Oats Corn
Barley Rye
Rice Millet
Wheat  
Dairy products
Butter Cheese
Egg white Egg yolks
Milk Sour cream
Ice cream Yogurt
Cow ghee Butter milk (sour)
Beans
Moong daal Lentils
Chick peas  
Tofu  
Other soya bean products  
Oils
Coconut Almond
Sun flower Sesame
Olive Corn
Soy Mustard
Nuts and seeds
Coconut All others
Sun flower seeds  
Pumpkin seeds  
Herbs and Spices
Cardamom Mustard
Coriander Salt
Cinnamon Vinegar
Fennel Pickles
Mint Sauces
Saffron  
Turmeric  
Cumin (small qty.)  
Black pepper (small qty.)  
Sweeteners
All are acceptable except honey and molasses Honey
  Molasses
Beverages
Water Tea
Milk Coffee
Cool drinks Alcohol
Coconut milk Hot drinks
Fruit juices (sweet) Carbonated drinks
Vegetable juices  
Non-Veg
Chicken Red meat
Turkey Sea foods
Shrimp  

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