Food is perhaps the most important and most neglected ingredient of a healthy lifestyle. We all enjoy a sumptuous meal that tickles our taste buds and makes us gratified for enough lifetimes. We realise the absolute importance of having healthy food and yet when it comes to practicality, we toss our assumptions and beliefs around and dig into food that not only is unhealthy but at times can also be toxic. In the matters of diet, we are the biggest hypocrite of all and this is the reason why ailments such as obesity and diabetes have penetrated the very core of our society. Though our dietary habits are deplorable and demand scrutiny, we generally don’t care about it. We are willing to endure the afflictions that come with diabetes in our old age for just a dash of ice creams and sweetmeats. We don't care about obesity in front of a good burger or pizza. We care only about satisfying our gluttonous nature. Though the situation is indeed bleak, with the advent of Ayurvedic practices, hope has slowly returned. And the biggest factor in this return is none other than Ayurvedic cuisine.
The Ayurvedic cuisine is a type of new wave food system where the diet includes all the necessary minerals and nutrients to promote growth and health while also keeping in consideration the palatability of the food offered. This dietary system takes into account all the possible permutations through which the quality of food can be increased without destroying its taste. This cuisine is not only healthy but it also caters to all the age groups according to their choices. There is no dearth of variety and there are numerous dishes with varied preparations which help in maintaining the novelty of the food. This cuisine is the best way to promote a healthy lifestyle for everyone.