Don't get scared, I am not going to preach about veganism, animal rights or how you are only a real "yogi" if you eat a certain way. There are plenty of yogic diet philosophies out there, and most are deeply rooted in the ideas of ayurvedic medicine, or a system of traditional medicine native to India.
What I am referring to is a way you should eat to support your yoga practice and your daily life. We all know that within the yoga world there are endless (often contradictory) myths, theories, and urban legends emphasizing what foods are good or bad for a yoga practice.
Your diet - just like your yoga practice - is highly personal. Just as there is no "one size fits all" practice, the same goes with your dietary needs. So where do you start in building your own balanced approach to eating? Just as with a positive yoga practice, it's a matter of being mindful and intelligent. When approaching either a yoga or a food practice, experimentation and alert attention are the keys to discovering your personal path to balance and growth.
Call me Captain Obvious if you want to, but the key here is developing a pattern of conscious eating. When choosing meals, choose logically and carefully. While eating meals, eat slowly, and you will be more likely ... Continue
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