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Ayurveda DETOX

Ayurvedic Diet for Body Detoxification

Due to the increasing accumulation of toxic substances in the body, obtained by an improper lifestyle and inadequate nutrition, cells become more and more poisoned and vital body functions decrease. With a carefully planned diet that is based on Ayurvedic principles, pranayama yoga and Ayurvedic treatments selected according to a dosha type, we effectively cleanse your body and skin, fill the body with new energy, and take care of inner balance and well-being. In Ayurvedic detox programmes, nutrition is of prime importance.

The Ayurvedic diet does not allow the consumption of meat, fish, dairy products and eggs. Therefore, the food must not be of animal origin. This type of food is similar to the food that is classified as healthy food in the West, and is based on organic production. This kind of a diet does not create mucus in the body and is mostly composed of raw, fresh vegetables and fruit. With the combination of regular consultations with our Ayurvedic specialist at the Shakti – Ayurveda Centre, regular meditation, yoga, sports activities and wellness treatments, our guests are provided with active detoxification and perfect well-being.

What Does a Day of the Ayurvedic Detox Diet Look Like?

At breakfast, you are welcomed with a piece of wholemeal wet bread with slices of fresh avocado and freshly squeezed fruit & vegetable juice made of apples, grapefruit, watermelon and spinach. You start lunch with rice soup and continue with an exceptional carrot dish called "Carrot thoran" which is made of carrots, fresh cabbage, mustard seeds, coconut oil, coconut flour and turmeric. In addition, liquid – fasting tea – is of key importance here. Dinner consists of a vegetable plate composed of pepper, aubergines, carrots, peas, ghee, cumin, coriander and anise.  The vegetable plate goes well with freshly squeezed fruit & vegetable juice made of apple, grapefruit, watermelon and spinach.

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