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Know Your Prakriti  
Enthusiastic and vivacious by nature
In my activities, I tend to be extremely precise and orderly
Natural tendency is to do things in slow and relaxed fashion.
Thin physique don't gain weight easily Feel uncomfortable or easily fatigued in hot weather Gain weight easily and lose it slowly
Gait while walking is light and quick Tend to perspire easily Placid and calm person
Tend to develop gas or become constipated Become irritable or angry quite easily Tendency towards excess mucus, phlegm, chronic congestion, asthma and sinus
Speak quickly and friends think I am talkative Early graying of hair, thin fine straight hair Must get 8 hrs of sleep to be comfortable the next day
Skin Tends to be dry in winters People consider me stubborn My hair is thick , dark and wavy
Movements are quick and active, energy comes in bursts. Regular bowels not constipated Sweet natured, affectionate and forgiving
Learn, quickly and forget quickly Impatient very easily Walk slowly with measured gait
Become anxious or worried frequently Fond of cold foods and ice cold drinks Tendency to oversleep and slow to get going in morning
I am easily excitable Don't tolerate foods that are hot and spicy Slow digestion and heavy feeling.
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By Knowing your Prakriti you will be able to get right diets according to your Prakriti.
How to Follow Ayurvedic Diet
Ayurveda, an alternative healing system, aims to heal the individual mentally and physically. It's often used to treat a variety of ailments including acne, arthritis, hypertension and migraine. One of the most important methods of Ayurvedic healing is through a diet tailor-made for your own body. Follow these steps to learn how to follow an Ayurveda diet.
Know your Dosha

Step One
Discover more about the 3 doshas: "Vata," "Pitta" and "Kapha." The doshas represent your mind-body type. They're a very important part of Ayurveda. They're responsible for a person's good health.

Step Two
Take a free dosha quiz to find what your dosha is. Ayurvedic diets are planned around each individual's unique dosha.

Step Three
Follow your dosha to plan your Ayurvedic diet. Each of the 3 doshas requires different foods for balance and well-being.

Choose Food that Fit your Body Dosha
Step One
Eat foods that are sweet, sour and salty if you have a dominant "Vata dosha." Warm, comfort foods are best for this body type because Vata individuals usually have dry and cold bodies. Dairy products are also recommended.

Step Two
Stock up on foods that are sweet, bitter or astringent if your dosha is Pitta. Pitta individuals are fiery. They're allowed to eat all the cold desserts they want. However, reduce salt, oils and fat, and avoid alcohol, sour foods and heavy foods.

Step Three
Try to avoid butter and foods that are sweet to keep your "Kapha dosha" balanced. Kapha individuals usually have thick hair, skin and bodies. Focus instead on foods that are pungent, bitter and astringent.
Follow the Guidelines for an Ayurvedic Diet

Step One
Learn to eat your meals only after your previous meal has been properly digested. Make sure your body isn't weighed down while it's still digesting. It needs to properly rid itself of unwanted elements before you start eating again.

Step Two
Realize the proper ways and the effects of combining foods. Ayurveda advises that certain foods shouldn't be eaten together if their properties aren't complementary.

Step Three
Understand the proper seasons to eat certain foods. Based on their general natures, the doshas require certain foods in different seasons. For instance, Pitta individuals, who are fiery in nature, should eat cool foods in the summer but avoid oil and spices that produce heat.

Step Four
Eat organic food. Avoid food that's been processed, dyed, artificially flavored or deep fried. Knowing the origins of your food is helpful in assuring its purity.

Step Five
Expect to spend low-to-moderate amounts when buying food for an Ayurvedic diet.