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Simple Cooking Ideas and Tips

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Delicious, supportive and beneficial herbs and spices are ideal for cooking. According to Ayurveda & Ayurvedic Living, some herbs and spices are more beneficial than others per an individual's body nature. A few herbs and spices often used in Ayurvedic cooking are:

Brahmi, Cardamom, Cinnamon, Coriander, Cumin, Ginger, Mint and Turmeric.

If meat is part of a meal, it should be efficiently cooked. Organic chicken and fish, especially freshwater fish, are beneficial. In Ayurveda & Ayurvedic Living, intake of meat is usually minimal if eaten at all.

Fruits for the most part should be ripe and ready for eating.

Additional foods, such as agave, basmati rice, additional grains, brown sugar, perhaps dairy like unsalted butter, ghee and milk..., ghee that's plant-based, perhaps eggs, herbs, herbal teas, honey, milk of some nut varieties, nuts, oils, seeds, spices and vegetables..., per body nature are beneficial and organic forms of foods are ideal.

In Ayurveda & Ayurvedic Living, most foods should be cooked.

Dinner eaten before or by 8 p.m., hopefully quite earlier than 8 p.m., is beneficial. If meat is included with a meal or if other more difficult foods to digest are included with a meal, eating those foods between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. are beneficial.

Food should be eaten mindfully in a peaceful environment with concentration of the proper intake of food without technological distractions or engaging in other physical activities in the process. Properly and thoroughly chewing the food is of importance. Eating should not be done hastily.

This information is provided for general informational purposes and is not a substitute or definitive to replace physicians' care.

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