Ayurveda is a holistic system of medicine from India that uses a constitutional model. Its aim is to provide guidance regarding food and lifestyle so that healthy people can stay healthy and individuals with health challenges can improve their health.
Ayurveda Diet & Nutrition Course Schedule (2019-20)
|Starts from April 2019||Kindly email to find out exact schedule and dates in months after April 2019||Enroll Now|
Note: Kindly email personally well in advance to know about the schedules. We can always arrange a private one to one training if your arrival doesn’t fit or match with the official schedule.
Syllabus for Ayurveda Diet and Nutrition Course
- Definition of Health
- Concept of Nutrition according to Ayurveda
- 20 Attributes
- Rules & Regulations
- Classification of Food
- Contradictory Food
- Assessment of Constitution
- Food According to Constitution
- Food According to seasons
- Food According to Age
- Mind & Food
- Ama& Detox Food
- Diseases & Food Channel affected Visited Dosha Food
- Assessment of Own Food
- Kitchen Pharmacy
Eligibility minimum requirements: Ayurveda basic and advanced courses before this course..or alternatively must have studied Ayurveda formally or informally and all basic and advanced concepts of the Ayurveda had been studied and understood well.
Special Note: All above schedules are based on the minimum enrolments which is 3 students in one batch. So kindly inquire before booking. As such we can also arrange private one to one training in case any of the above schedules are cancelled.
- The certifications provided will be recognized internationally.
- The Schedules above are only tentative and possible changes might occur. Interested students are requested to verify personally through mail before proceeding for the enrolments.
Ayurveda Concept of Food and Diet
Contrary to what you might think, eating Ayurvedic diet doesn’t mean eating only legumes, rice and vegetables. Basic Ayurveda diet principles can be applied to any cuisine, be it Mediterranean, Asian, European, or whichever one you prefer.
“What we eat affects our emotions and can create a predisposition for both psychological and physical disorders. Just as wrong emotion can upset our digestion, so wrong digestion can upset our emotions.”
– Dr.DavidFrawley, Ayurvedic Healing
“You are what you eat” is a saying that you have probably heard before. It holds true not only on the physical but also on the psychological level. When you mostly eat hamburger and french fries, well, you probably feel like hamburger and french fries (not a very nice feeling).
So how to eat healthy?
The most important principle in the Ayurvedic Diet is that your food is fresh (without pesticides, additives and other chemicals), seasonal, and as often as possible local. Fresh doesn’t, however, mean raw. The best are freshly cooked, whole meals. What is good for one person might not be good for others. As per Ayurveda, we should eat based on our constitution. We check your constitution and suggest you diet plan and chart for the healthy Ayurvedic living.