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From Editor's Desk:
Dear Reader,

Namaste!

Welcome to the April issue of 'AFY-IAA Newsletter'.

Article in this issue is "Food Items Selection as per Your Dosha"
Here are guidelines on selection of food items as per your dosha. Know about Ayurvedic diet plan for Vata, pitta and kapha to maintain and restore the dosha balance

We appeal all your colleagues from the field of Ayurveda to contribute interesting Articles for this newsletter.

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IAA news in India

  • 1. Sushrut Award for Dr. Avinash Lele – On March15 th Dr. Avinash Lele was awarded this prestigious award for his lifelong work in the field of Shalya in Ayurveda102 by Vaidya Khadiwale Organization. We congratulate him for this honor.
  • 2. Dr. Medha Kulkarni –New Principal of D. Y. Patil Ayurveda College – IAA is proud that one of the members of our faculty and Vice -Principal in D. Y. Patil Ayurveda College has been promoted to the post of Principal of the college. We are sure that under her able leadership the college and IAA activities will prosper. Congratulations.
  • 3. Tanman Ayurvedic Research Center – This joint project by Shri Bharekar and Dr. Amod Sane with IAA is slowly picking up its speed and more and more people and patients are getting the benefit offered by the team of 10 Ayurvedic Physicians of IAA. (www.tanman.co.in)

IAA news Abroad

  • 1. The first International congress of Complimentary & Integrative Medicine and Public Health and third International congress of Ayurveda-was organized by the Ministry of Health, Govt. of Brazil in Rio de Janeiro (Brazil) during 12th to 15th March, 2018. This is the first ever conference held by any Govt. in the world, bringing more than 20 Alternative Healing System together, including Ayurveda.
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Article of the Month :
Food Items Selection as per Your Dosha

We all are made up of the same elements that the universe is made up of: air, space, fire, water and earth. When these elements combine, they create three governing principles (Dosha) — vata, pitta and kapha — which must be balanced in order for us to remain healthy.
However, each one of us is born with a unique, individual balance of these doshas which is our prakruti. Once you know your dominant doshas, it's beneficial that you eat specific foods and avoid some that will help you attain a desirable state of health and keep diseases away.
Following are the guidelines, that can be used to maintain dosha balance and to restore balance if required.

Vata Dosha

Herbs and spices: Cinnamon, cardamom, cumin, ginger, cloves, and garlic are all okay for vatas...
Vegetables (cooked): Asparagus, beets, carrots, cucumber...
Vegetables in moderation (cooked): Broccoli, brussels sprouts, cabbage, cauliflower...
Grains in moderation: Wheat, barley, corn...
Dairy: All dairy is acceptable.
Meat: Chicken, seafood, turkey (in small quantity).
Best oils: Sesame oil, ghee and olive oil are especially good.
Sweetners: All sweeteners are acceptable.
Nuts and seeds: All are acceptable in small amounts, with almonds being the best.

Pitta Dosha

Herbs and spices: Spices should generally be avoided as they are too hot. The following are okay for pittas in small amounts...
Vegetables: Sweet and bitter vegetables, like asparagus, broccoli...
Vegetables in moderation: Eggplant, onion, tomatoes, hot peppers, chilies and beets.
Fruits: Bananas, avocados, cherries, coconuts, figs, mangoes, melons, oranges, pears, pineapples, plums, prunes and raisins.
Grains in moderation: Brown rice, corn, millet and rye.
Beans in moderation: Black gram, black lentils and arhar dal.
Best oils: Olive, soy, sunflower and grapeseed oil.
Oils in moderation: Almond, corn, safflower, sesame and coconut oil.
Sweeteners: All are acceptable except honey and molasses.
Nuts and seeds: Coconut, pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds and flaxseeds.

Kapha Dosha

Herbs and spices: All are good, especially cumin, fenugreek, sesame, and ginger, which is especially good for improving digestion...
Fruits in moderation: Dates, fresh figs, bananas, coconuts and mangoes.
Grains: Barley, buckwheat, corn, millet, oats, rye and basmati rice.
Grains in moderation: Rice and wheat. Avoid hot cereals and steamed grains, in general, as they are too moist and heavy for kaphas.
Meats: Chicken, turkey (all in small amounts) and lean fish.
Meats in moderation: Shrimp and red meat.
Beans: All legumes are acceptable.
Beans in moderation: Kidney beans and tofu.
Best oils: Almond, sunflower, olive oil and grapeseed oil (all in small quantities).
Sweetners: All in very small quantities.
Nuts and seeds: Sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds and flax seeds.

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