Nutritional Guidelines for Vata Types
Learn about what types of fruits and vegetables Vata dosha types should eat, or what they should avoid.
The guidelines listed in this table are of a general nature. It may be necessary to make individual adjustments if you have food allergies. Compliance with these guidelines also always depends on the season, the degree of the dosha's dominance and the strength of your Agni.
Please Note: Always seek medical advice before you radically change your eating habits. This nutritional guide is for information only and is not intended to be used to treat an illness, to alleviate symptoms or to prevent them from occurring.
Vata types should generally eat sweet fruits, but avoid dried fruits. They should always eat cooked vegetables but avoid frozen, raw and dried vegetables.
* = okay in moderation
Leafy greens *
Daikon radish *
Mustard green *
Spinach (cooked) *
Spinach (raw) *
Jerusalem artichoke *
Onions (cooked) *
Prickly pear (fruit & leaves)
Paprika, sweet and spicy
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