New Ayurveda food pics are popping up in our feeds all the time. Especially in terms of detox – makes sense in spring, of course.
Because just like we get cars running again by changing the oil, we also get new energy thanks to detox cures. Especially with Ayurvedic cleansing practices, since the over 5,000-year-old Indian healing art uses spices such as cumin or pepper to promote digestion instead of weakening it through fasting.
Daniela Dörflinger Bruggeman, holistic Ayurveda nutrition and health consultant, explains to us how exactly detoxing according to Ayurveda works. It goes without saying that we abstain from alcohol, coffee and other toxic substances.
Daniela, why do you find exactly this cure particularly effective?
An Ayurvedic cleansing cure not only boosts the metabolism and we lose weight, it also strengthens the immune system. In addition, you feel clearer in the head afterwards.
How does this kind of detox differ from other cleansing cures?
You try to work with the body and not against it. An Ayurvedic detox should not be a torture, which is why we focus on a fixed daily structure with regular meals (three times a day). In addition, the Ayurveda Detox is divided into three phases: the reduction days, the cure days and build-up days. On the reduction days, the body is prepared for the cure, and on the build-up days we slowly get our body used to normal food again.
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