Embracing yoga and a natural diet

By Yasmin Karachiwala

New Delhi, Jun 9 (IANSlife): Yoga is a timeless practice that originated in ancient India and has since gained global recognition for its myriad benefits. Beyond the physical postures, yoga encompasses a holistic approach to wellness, combining breathing techniques, meditation, and ethical principles. Through the regular practice of yoga, we can cultivate strength, flexibility, and balance in our bodies, while simultaneously attaining mental clarity, emotional stability, and spiritual growth. Yoga coupled with a natural diet can be invaluable in many ways to achieve a state of harmony and balance.

Yoga and a natural diet share a profound connection, as both strive to bring us closer to nature and promote harmony within ourselves and with the world around us. Just as yoga nurtures our bodies from within, a natural diet provides us with essential nutrients, supports optimal organ function, and fuels our overall vitality.

A natural diet is one that emphasises whole, unprocessed foods, such as fruits, vegetables, whole grains, legumes, nuts, and seeds. By avoiding artificial additives, preservatives, and excessive sugar, we allow our bodies to thrive on the abundance of nutrients found in nature. These foods provide us with a rich array of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and phytonutrients, which bolster our immune system, enhance cellular function, and protect against chronic diseases.

Almonds for instance are a natural source of 15 essential nutrients and minerals like vitamin E, protein, magnesium, calcium, phosphorus, iron, and zinc amongst others. Consuming these healthy and nutritious nuts every day can prove to be beneficial for our overall health. They are known to offer various health benefits ranging from heart health to weight and diabetes management to skin health. Almonds can be a nutritious snack that can replace regular snack choices and can be part of a food-based strategy to help prevent or delay the development of diabetes, particularly in a younger population. Almonds are also a healthy source of energy and can help in reducing post-workout fatigue when consumed regularly. Recent nutrition research found that eating almonds promotes muscle recovery and reduces fatigue from exercise, increased leg and lower back strength during recovery, and decreased muscle damage during the first day of recovery.

Moreover, a natural diet helps maintain a healthy weight, boosts energy levels, and improves digestion. It also encourages mindfulness and cultivates a deeper connection with our bodies, allowing us to better understand our nutritional needs and make conscious choices that support our overall well-being.

Incorporating yoga and a natural diet into our lives is not just a temporary fix but a lifelong commitment to holistic well-being. The key to sustaining these practices lies in finding balance and establishing a routine that aligns with our individual preferences and schedules.



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