We grow up believing that there are healthy foods and unhealthy foods. It is true; there are foods that give us nourishment and foods that are actually a waste for our body. Junk food is just some extra stress on the organs of the body, and we all know about alcohol and other abusive stuff. Yes, we can draw the lines and label foods at a generic level, but there are subcategories of the good food too.
These categories differentiate what is best for you and what is just good. Also, the food that may work wonders for someone might not be the best for some other. It is not just a matter of taste. Different people need different foods to live and enjoy their health.
This is not as complicated as it sounds, and there is science behind it. Japanese suggest food intake based on your blood group, some specialists classify people based on the shape of their body, while Ayurveda has its own nomenclature and method of classification.
In Ayurveda, your body type or the constitution of your body is called your 'prakruti' (which means 'nature' in hindi). Though you can yourself try to guess your constitution by taking a quiz, consulting an Ayurvedic doctor for pulse diagnosis is the most accurate way to find it out. Then you can follow the diet plan according to your body type.
Being a vegan is definitely a great decision and topping it up with other lifestyle choices that suit you best is the icing on the cake. Small changes make big differences!
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