- The approach to our dietary lifestyle is extremely effective as it directly affects our body and mind
- There are lots of things that have been passed on to us by our forefathers that we do not understand the worth of but unconsciously use in our diet
Palakkad, Kerala July 23, 2017: Ayurveda happens to be a Sanskrit word and that denotes the “science of longevity and life”. The approach to our dietary lifestyle is extremely effective as it directly affects our body and mind.
Gita Ramesh, the Jt. Managing Director of Kairali Ayurvedic Group, stated that people have been utilizing techniques of Ayurveda in cooking, either consciously or unconsciously.
She was quoted as saying to ANI that there are lots of things that have been passed on to us by our forefathers, that we do not understand the worth of but unconsciously use in our diet. These have been mentioned in books also. Hence, we can simply follow the suggestions.
According to Gita Ramesh, followings can be added to our diet for a healthy lifestyle.
- Green chilies: In spite of the fact that green chilies are hot, it is required in our diet as it can heal one and prevent one from disease.
- Turmeric: One of the oldest Ayurvedic ingredient of India, turmeric, is used as an ingredient for healing and it is used as ointment also.
- Papaya: The enzyme extracted from the seed of this fruit is used in the treatment of cancer.
- Garlic: One should have at least one single garlic a day. It has multiple properties including keeping cholesterol in balance, skin treatments, purification of blood, and detoxification of the whole system.
- Ginger: Ginger helps in the treatment of rheumatic disorders, inflammatory issues, and also the gastrointestinal troubles.
- Spices: Be it any kind of seeds such as of coriander, or cumin, the spices are the foundation of Ayurveda food and medicines.
Gita Ramesh, who hails from a family of highly acclaimed Vaids or Doctors, accompanied by her husband K. V. Ramesh, protected and preserved the legacy through ‘Kairali’, a brand synonymous with 5000-year-old ‘Ayurveda’, ANI has reported.
‘Kairali – The Ayurvedic Healing Village’, very recently hosted the first Chef’s retreat based on Ayurveda. It was named as “healing recipes- back to roots,” ANI has reported.
She was quoted as saying to ANI that the preface of “Healing Recipes-Back to Roots” was a sincere attempt at the sustainability of food. It was a conscious effort to showcase the relevance of the age-old philosophies and the culinary practices in modern times.
“The ‘healing’ recipes that we have should be propagated around the world. Now I feel we should be replicating this, internationally as well,” Gita Ramesh exclaimed with excitement; ANI reported.