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Diet Plan for Vata Prakriti People – Vata Diet

Vata Prakriti is the sole concept of Ayurveda. It denotes the mental, personal, physical and emotional attributes of a person. The prakriti of the individual is decided ideally during the period of the conception as well as is influenced by the condition of doshas throughout that period. Depending on all of these, the prakriti is widely categorized into 3 types. These are often known as the tri-energies.

  • Pitta (accountable for creation and devastation of universe)
  • Vata (accountable for planetary movement)
  • Kapha (accountable for creating and sustaining a new life)

We shall discuss on Vata prakriti people here in detail.

Vata

Vata

Vata is often known as the "King of the Doshas". Vata denotes the elements of air and space, which move things. It denotes the energy, which governs the motion of the biological activities. This gives movement to the various other two doshas, Pitta and Kapha. Vata people are characterized by their creativity, activeness and the way to communicate easily.

Common Characteristics of People of Vata Dosha

People with Vata Doshas are highly creative and imaginative. They are mentally alert and are quick to grasp and learn knowledge and are also quick to forget ideas as well. They have the tendency towards cold feet and hands and are uncomfortable in cold climate. They walk and talk very quickly. They have irregular diet regime and have an irregular mood swing. They are full of excitement and vigor, when in complete balance. But, when out of balance, their responses to stress are fear, anxiety and worry. People with Vata Doshas are often impulsive and possess disjointed and racing ideas and thoughts. They have slender body structure, which is the lightest among the three doshas.

Physical Characteristics of People with Vata Dosha

People with Vata doshas are generally physically under developed. They have flat chests. Their complexion is generally brown. The muscle tendons and veins are visible and they have a rough, dry and cold skin, which is cracked. The people with Vata doshas are generally too short or too tall. They tend to have lesser eye lashes with scanty hairs. The digestion ability and appetite are generally not fixed. They tend to perspire less and experience disturbances while sleeping. Eyes are dry, sunken, active and small.

Psychological Characteristics of People with Vata Dosha

These people are characterized by quick learning, but short memory. They have a fast understanding capability. However, they do not have a strong will power, confidence, level of tolerance and boldness. They are nervous with a weak reasoning power and are fearful with anxiety.

VATA DIET

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Avoid / Consume less

Vegetables

Asparagus

Peas

Beats

Brussels sprouts

Carrots

Broccoli

Egg plant

Cauliflower

Olives

Cabbage

Pumpkin

Cucumber

Reddish

Corn

Sweet potatoes

Mushrooms

Spinach

Potatoes

Zucchini

Celery

 

Lettuce

Fruits

Apricots

Apple

Avocado

Pears

Banana

Pomegranates

Cherries

Prunes

Figs

Melons

Peaches

Cranberries

Citrus fruits

Dried fruits

Mangoes

 

Grapes

 

Dates

 

Papaya

 

Plum

 

Pine apple

 

Grains

Rice

Rice cakes

Wheat

Barley

Pasta

Buckwheat

Oats

Rye

 

Millet

 

Corn

 

Dried cereals

Beans

Moong beans

Kidney beans

Soya beans

Split peas

 

White beans

 

Black beans

 

Lentils

Dairy Products

All dairy products in moderate quantity

Ice cream

 

Powdered milk

Nuts and Seeds

Sesame

Dry and roasted nuts

Pumpkin

 

Sunflower

 

Others in moderate quantity

 

Oils

All except corn oil

Corn oil

Herbs and Spices

Basil

Fenugreek

Asafoetida

Coriander seeds

Clove

 

Cardamom

 

Cinnamon

 

Pepper

 

Fennel

 

Cumin

 

Coriander (green)

 

Ginger

 

Onion

 

Garlic

 

Turmeric

 

Nutmeg

 

Beverages

Herbal teas

Coffee

Warm drinks

Tea

Fruit juices (without ice)

Alcohol

Vegetables juices(without ice)

Carbonated drinks

 

Cold drinks

Non-Veg

Chicken

Red meat

Eggs

 

Fish (Fresh water or sea)

 

Sea foods

 

Salmon

 

Lamb

 

Duck

 

Turkey

 

Shrimps

 

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