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HOW TO DEBLOAT WITH AYURVEDA?

“Everything starts with impaired digestive fire.”


Our body cannot digest everything we eat and when the digestion process is hampered, we all experience a full and tight abdomen along with abdominal cramps.


Occasional bloating is normal but when it persists for a long time which starts affecting your day-to-day activities, can be a sign of a Gut Health issue.

Bloating is due to a range of factors such as the habit of chewing gum, quick swallowing of food, smoking, etc. But the major cause is inappropriate food habits.

Many a time, we neglect this condition, but we need to closely understand our body’s signs.


In Ayurveda, bloating is considered a symptom of poor digestion which is due to Vata imbalance. When Vata dosha is in an imbalanced state. “Ama” is formed.


So, what causes Bloating?


· Unwholesome food

· Incompatible food

· Carbonated drinks

· Stale and packaged food

· Improper chewing while eating

· Chronic stress

· Distractions while having food such as talking and laughing.

· Not following proper food guidelines while cooking and eating

· Lack of exercise or sedentary lifestyle



Fortunately, one can prevent this condition by maintaining health by following “Dinacharya” and practicing Mindful eating.


Here are 5 different ways to Manage to bloat with the Help of Ayurveda.


1. Mindful cooking: Adding spices such as cumin seeds, cardamom, fennel seeds, ginger, and black pepper to aid digestion.

2. Eliminate: Avoid eating food that are heavy to digest. For example Beans, cabbage, potatoes, cauliflower, broccoli, and high-fat food, as they are most likely to cause bloating.

3. Mindful eating: Choose warm, fresh, and cooked food rather than processed, stale, and packaged food.

4. Healthy living: Maintain regular mealtimes and eat only when hungry. Observe your body closely, don’t rush while having meals, and avoid distractions.

5. Lifestyle: Always walk 100 steps after having a meal as it helps in improving digestion. Avoid a sedentary lifestyle and start exercising every day.



Additionally, you may include a few of the Ayurvedic regimens in your daily life such as Tongue scraping in your routine which aids in gut-health.


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