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The Power Of A Yogic Raw Food Diet For Body And Soul

 Recipes For A Yogic Raw Food  Diet

In the yogic raw food diet all the proteins, vitamins, and minerals needed are available yogic diet is meat-free, fish-free, poultry-free, and eggs-free. Dairy products are also included and fruits, nuts vegetables, grain, and legumes. Unprocessed, fresh organic whole food gives energy and vitality.

Yogic diet

The yogic diet was developed to pave the way for meditation and spiritual growth. But this diet should also help modern people to achieve more vitality. These are the main characteristics of the yogic diet.

The yogic diet is very similar to the vegan diet.  The effect is s is you are much more vital, more flexible, sleeps much better, is less forgetful, much more balanced. In addition, the afternoon energy low disappeared very quickly.

Some characteristics of the yogic diet:

Lots of raw vegetarian food, little cooked food. No meat, no eggs, no hot spices, little salt, no onions, no garlic, no coffee, alcohol, black tea, nothing warmed up, no preserved food, no white flour.

Alternative to industrial sugar: dates or yacon (extract from South American sweet root)

Alternative to onions or garlic: Asafoetida or Hing and comes from the rhizomes (and stems).

Eat moderately: Ideally, the stomach is three-quarters full, not overloaded. So stop before you feel full.

Do not eat or drink too hot or too cold. That irritates the stomach.

Steaming instead of boiling: boiling removes more nutrients; the cooking water can also be drunk, it contains valuable minerals.

A yogic diet can improve your body, mind, and spirit. Yogis believe that food is the creator of prana and what we eat is for body and soul. We are what we eat. A yogic diet is prepared and eaten with love and gratitude.

“From food, all beings are born. By food they live and into food they return.”

Upanishad 3.2

The Power Of A Yogic Raw Food Diet For Body And Soul

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