For Ayurvedic philosophy, the way your body reacts to what you consume is also all about your dosha. Therefore, they believe that some foods may do well for one person and others, the opposite. After all, Ayurveda assumes that each individual is unique, as are their reactions.
Ayurvedic diet considers all individual biopsychosocial characteristics to establish a healthy and balanced diet. With this, it is possible to take care of maintaining the health of the body, avoiding imbalances and preventing disease. To create this planning, the Ayurvedic physician analyzes the profile and temperament of each individual.
This is a type of diet that encourages the consumption of all food groups, seeking balance not only nutritionally, but also flavors. This avoids compulsions for a particular item. Another feature is that each menu takes into account seasons, time, day and weather throughout the year.