Debunking Ayurveda Myths: Ayurvedic Diet Part 2
January 25 @ 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm PST
Part of our Debunking Ayurveda Myths Panel Series!
At Kerala Ayurveda, we are excited to see how much popularity Ayurveda is gaining in the west. We feel that it is our duty to ensure that while Ayurveda grows at an exponential rate, that the original texts and traditions of Ayurveda are preserved and honored. This series has been designed with the intention of debunking some of the common misconceptions of Ayurveda and providing multiple perspectives from leading Ayurvedic Vaidyas who trace their reasoning back to the ancient texts.
In this panel, we’LL discuss:
Why can’t I have granola with yogurt and fruit for breakfast?
Is regular intermittent fasting good for everybody?
Is it better to eat leftovers or a fresh meal from a restaurant?
How many glasses of water should I drink each day?
PLUS more questions from you!
This topic is too hot to limit to one session! In part two, we will continue our discussion from the previous panel on Ayurvedic Diet. We’re gathering some of the top Vaidyas & Master Teachers of Ayurveda for a lively panel on your burning questions and some of the confounding myths on diet out there today.
In Ayurveda, we celebrate a healthy appetite and an intimate relationship with food. With so much confusing information about diet out there, Ayurveda breaks out of the controversial and trendy molds, providing an elegant and universal way of approaching eating rituals.
From food combinations to fasting, the Vedic texts provide timeless answers. Ayurveda very clearly defines food energetics, meal timing, healing diets, preparation methods and environmental considerations – taking into account the body, mind and spirit.