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  1. Mam u said not to consume grains before 11 1 and u said to consume milk products. However mam apart from milk n lassi other products increase the pitta level in body. So please can you suggest some healthy breakfast recipes.

  2. Please see: “Food List for the Pitta Person:
    Best: cream, ghee (clarified butter), whole milk.
    Good: butter (unsalted), cottage cheese, lassi (diluted yogurt).
    Fair: cheese, kefir.
    Avoid: buttermilk, sour cream, yogurt, ice cream.
    Milk products except fermented ones do not increase Pitta when eaten in the morning and in the evening. You also need to use cooling spices.
    Along with milk products, you may also like millet, buckwheat, amaranth, quinoa, and tapioca for breakfast (all of them are not grains), and steamed vegetables for dinner. In summer, Pitta types may also have fruit or berries such as apples, pomegranates,cranberries, dates, figs, grapes, melons, pears, persimmons, pineapples, prunes,mango, oranges, plums, raspberries for dinner.
    Please see Food List for the Pitta Person

  3. i have heard that you should take your largest meal between 6 to 8 in the morning if you pitta person . actually i’m taking a treatment and that’s what my ayurvedic physician said .
    i just wish to know who is correct on this part ?
    and maam at times when we are not supposed to eat, sometimes i feel badly hungry , its really a bad really really bad hunger .. its so horrible that you completely feel that u’ll probably die if you dont take something . specially 10 to 12 at night . what to do about this ?

  4. Dear Tani,
    Ayurvedic recommendations are based on the power of the Sun, which facilitates our ability to digest. At 6-8 am we do not have enough power to process a large amount of food. Every country in the world has lunch time about 12 pm when the largest meal is consumed.

    If your hunger at night is so bad you may have 1/2 cup of hot milk with a little of jaggery an hour before bed and then have it again if hungry.
    Stay healthy.

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