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Vata Wellness

How to address your Vata Imbalance?

Here are the steps you can take to work towards removing the imbalance:
  • Foods that are cooked, warm and soft will be good for you.
  • Prefer salty, sweet and sour tastes like fruit, yogurt and kimchi.
  • Take in healthy oils and a lot of moisture through foods and beverages. Some ideal vata-balancing foods include olives, dairy products, avocado, nuts, seeds and wheat.
  • Avoid bitter, pungent and astringent ones like radishes, kale and legumes.
  • Avoid foods that are cold, frozen, dried. Large beans or other gas producing foods should also be avoided.
Food Guidelines
  • Stick to a regular daily routine with regular times for eating, sleeping, working.
  • Engage in non-demanding physical activities such as yoga, tai-chi, walks or short hikes.
  • Be sure to stay warm, especially in cold weather.
  • Give yourself a daily self-massage with sesame or other essential oils.
  • Recommended Yoga Postures – Hero Pose (Virasana), Cat Pose (Marjarasan), Lotus Pose (Padmasana). Recommended Breathing Techniques (Pranayama) – Alternate Nostrils Breathing (Nadi Shodhan Pranayama). Daily Meditation and Yoga Nidra is highly recommended.
Vata Lifestyle

Recommended Herbs

To Balance the Dosha

Herbs with grounding, warming and calming properties will help balance this. We recommend taking the Vata Balancing Herbal Supplements daily for the next 30 Days (1 tablet of each herb morning and evening after meals).

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Nisha Manikantan is an Ayurveda dietetics expert and wellness and lifestyle advisor. Her research and writing have highlighted the immense power of this traditional medical system. She is the current Chief Consultant for the Cancer and Diabetes Care Program at the Sri Sri College of Ayurvedic Science and Research in India.