Free Ayurvedic Meal Plan For Pitta Dosha

by Monica Gisella
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Hi there!

Congrats on taking the first step to improving your health! I think you will love this free ayurvedic meal plan for Pitta.

This Ayurveda menu was carefully designed for your Pitta dosha, which is often aggravated by the qualities of being too:

  • Oily
  • Sharp
  • Hot
  • Light
  • Unpleasant in odor
  • Mobile
  • Liquid

These qualities lead to anger, impatience and irritability. Physically, if unchecked, you can become prompt to developing diseases that are febrile and infectious, liver disorders, ulcers, acidity, boils, and skin issues.

This wonderful, light, yet grounding free ayurvedic meal plan for pitta helps pacify your aggravated Pitta dosha while rekindling your Agni or digestive fire. The core of our health lays on our digestion and so by eating an anti-Pitta diet you will gradually return to a state of homeostasis and balance.

THE INGREDIENTS

free ayurvedic meal plan for pitta

In this meal plan you will find that all ingredients are whole foods that come from Mother Nature.

Nothing is processed.

No animal products.

Diet is the most important long-term physical factor needed to restore your health. Therefore, by eating foods that are wholesome and preferably organic you will recreate your body and will be able to enjoy health and longevity.

PITTA MEAL PLAN INSTRUCTIONS

free ayurvedic meal plan for pitta

A cooling, calming, cleansing, and nurturing diet is best for Pitta people.

Food should be cool, heavy, and a little dry.

It is recommended to include green juices as part of an anti-pitta diet.

Make sure that you establish a time for your meals and stick to it to promote regularity.

Avoid cold water. It will destroy your Agni and weaken your digestion. At this time of healing, it is crucial that you have strong digestive fire. However, favor cool drinks.

The tastes that you should go for are: sweet, bitter, and astringent.

Spices to cook with in small amounts are: turmeric, fennel, coriander, cumin, cilantro and mint.

Try to choose all ingredients organic if possible.

Intermittent Fasting: With my clients I implement Intermittent Fasting which is wonderful to drop insulin levels, promote cellular repair and positive changes in genes and molecules that increase longevity and resistance to disease. In addition, adhering to Intermittent Fasting helps with weight loss and heart health.

I highly encourage you to follow this plan using an Intermittent Fasting protocol. That means, eating all meals in an eating window of 10 hours and fasting -just water- in a fasting window of 14 hours. For example, if you have your first meal at 8am, your last meal should be at 6pm.

To drink? Pitta tea or fennel tea with meals and throughout the day.

If you want to do it strictly vegan then change the ghee for coconut, olive, or avocado oil and the the milk for soy or coconut milk.

If you don’t find:

  • Basmati rice – Switch for organic white rice
  • Tur dal – Switch for lentils
  • Okra – Switch for zucchini

THE PLAN

This free ayurvedic meal plan for Pitta starts with a detox protocol. For the first three days you will be cleansing your system and getting rid of toxins.

free ayurvedic meal plan for pitta

MENU IN SPANISH

free ayurvedic meal plan for pitta

THIS IS HOW TO DO IT

Day 1-3

Meal 1: Green Juice. Blend your favorite vegetables and drink fresh. I recommend: cucumber, kale, lime, sprouts, spirulina, wheatgrass, turmeric root, cilantro, parsley, and mint.

Meal 2: Pitta Kitchari

Meal 3: Pitta Kitchari

Day 4

Meal 1: Green Juice. Blend your favorite vegetables and drink fresh. I recommend: cucumber, kale, lime, sprouts, spirulina, wheatgrass, turmeric root, cilantro, parsley, and mint.

Meal 2: Pitta Kitchari

Meal 3: Mixed vegetable soup. Cook 1 cup of mixed vegetables in 2 cups of water. Add cumin seeds, cardamon, turmeric, cilantro, and salt.

Day 5

Meal 1: Green Juice. Blend your favorite vegetables and drink fresh. I recommend: cucumber, kale, lime, sprouts, spirulina, wheatgrass, turmeric root, cilantro, parsley, and mint. 1 hour after eat creamed wheat porridge with soy milk. Hit a pot on medium and add 1 tbsp of ghee. Then add 1/4 cup of creamed wheat and 1 cup of soy milk plus 1/4 tsp of cardamom. Enjoy warm.

Meal 2: Pitta Kitchari

Meal 3: Baked sweet potato with ghee and zucchini. Cook 1 sweet potato with a little bit of cinnamon in 3 tbsp of water. In the meantime, sauté zucchini with a little bit of ghee, cumin, and salt. When the sweet potato reaches desired texture, add the ghee. Serve with the zucchini and top with fresh cilantro.

Day 6

Meal 1: Green Juice. Blend your favorite vegetables and drink fresh. I recommend: cucumber, kale, lime, sprouts, spirulina, wheatgrass, turmeric root, cilantro, parsley, and mint. 1 hour after eat the rice khir: hit in a pan 2 tbsp of ghee. Then, add 1/4 cup creamed rice. Add the coconut milk, 1/2 tsp of sliced almonds, 1/4 tsp cardamom, and a pinch of saffron. Serve warm.

Meal 2: Pitta Kitchari

Meal 3: Tur Dal soup: Cook about 1/2 cup of tur dal with 4 cups of water, 1/4 tsp of turmeric, a pinch of hing, 1/4 tsp of salt and 1 tsp of ghee.

Day 7

Meal 1: Green Juice. Blend your favorite vegetables and drink fresh. I recommend: cucumber, kale, lime, sprouts, spirulina, wheatgrass, turmeric root, cilantro, parsley, and mint. 1 hour after eat the sweet potato khir: hit in a pan 2 tbsp of ghee. Then, add 1/2 cup of peeled and chopped sweet potato. Add 2 cups of coconut milk, cardamon and a pinch of saffron. Cook until it becomes a thick paste. Serve warm.

Meal 2: Pitta Kitchari

Meal 3: Okra and basmati rice. Wash 1 cup of okra and dry it. Then chop. Heat 1 tsp of ghee and add cumin seeds, turmeric, cilantro, and mint. When the seeds pop add the okra and simmer until tender for 15 minutes. Serve warm with 1 cup of rice.

WANT TO CONTINUE EATING THE AYURVEDA WAY?

3/6 Month Menus

Designed exclusively for YOU and YOUR needs.

Meals that are delicious and nourishing.

That will balance your emotions, regulate your period, optimize your digestion, and improve your elimination.

With Ayurveda, Intermittent Fasting, and Mindfulness you too can heal and rejuvenate.

free ayurvedic meal plan for pitta

Happy Healing!

Monica Gisella xx

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