what is pitta body type?

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understanding your dosha

 

Ayurveda, an ancient holistic system, fosters overall well-being by identifying root causes, preventing imbalances, and promoting self-awareness for better physical, mental, and emotional health.

 

At its core are doshas—unique energies governing our bodies and minds. Each person has a unique combination of three main dosha types: Kapha, Pitta, and Vata.

 

Understanding our dominant dosha and recognising imbalances empowers us to make informed lifestyle choices, fostering inner harmony and balance in our lives.

pitta: personality and body type


Mind

Sharp and intelligent mind, with rational, well-planned thoughts.


DIGESTION

Due to the soft nature of their digestive tract, may be more prone to experiencing digestive disturbances with certain foods or when stressed.


Hair

Healthy, soft and usually straight hair.


Temperament

Strong, natural leaders who tend to be efficient, organised, and purposeful. 


Body

Pittas usually have a medium-sized body that is in good shape and well-developed muscles.


Routine

Pitta personalities benefit from establishing a consistent daily routine to help stabilise the nervous system and fostering balance.


Skin

Soft skin that is sometimes slightly oily.


Stress Response

Pittas can be sensitive to heat and stress, and managing anger is essential for maintaining harmony in relationships.

through embracing ayurvedic insights, we pave the path to improved physical, mental, and emotional health, harmoniously aligned with the rhythms of nature and our inner selves.

nourish your pitta dosha

 

Ayurveda emphasises the vital role of diet in achieving doshic balance. Specific foods can either aggravate or pacify each dosha's distinct qualities within us.

 

By embracing dosha-specific dietary guidelines, individuals can experience improved digestion, increased energy levels, strengthened immunity, and an enriched sense of well-being.

Discover below the foods Ayurveda suggests to nurture and support your Pitta dosha. These foods work in harmony with Pitta's attributes, promoting overall health and balance.

FRUITS


Apples , Apricots, Bananas, Berries, Cherries, Kiwi, Lemons, Peaches, Plums, Oranges,  Prunes, Watermelon, Raisins, Strawberries, Papaya, Mango



VEGETABLES


Avocado, Artichoke, Asparagus, Bell Peppers, Broccoli, Brussels Sprouts, Cabbage, Carrots (cooked), Cauliflower, Celery, Cilantro, Collard Greens, Cucumber, Pumpkin, Potatoes, Sweet Potato

 


SPICES


Basil (fresh), Black Pepper (small amounts), Cardamom, Cinnamon (small amounts), Coriander (seeds or powder), Cumin (seeds or powder), Dill, Fennel, Ginger (fresh), Mint, Parsley, Peppermint,  Turmeric

lifestyle remedies

 

Ayurveda's quest for doshic balance goes beyond diet. Just as specific foods can influence doshas, adopting dosha-specific lifestyle remedies creates profound transformation.

 

Dinacharya (routine) holds crucial importance in Ayurveda. Begin with simplicity, and as it feels natural, expand your routine.

 

When you start to recognise when your body is out of balance, you will know what foods and lifestyle habits to incorporate back into your routine to soothe your Pitta dosha.

 

Discover below empowering lifestyle remedies to pacify Pitta and restore balance.

 

ROUTINE


For Pitta dosha, while consistency is one of the most important aspects of a daily routine, it does not imply that you must adhere to a strict schedule.

 

Consider it more in terms of creating a sense of regularity that will serve to stabilise your nervous system in a sense of wellbeing throughout the day.

 

To achieve continuity, focus on regular sleep and wake times, consistent mealtimes, and structured work schedules.



PRANAYAMA (BREATHWORK)


Meditation on the breath is a powerful practice that directs Pitta's acute attention to its delicate anchor, promoting inner tranquillity.

 

Surrendering the need to plan, organize, and make lists, which often consumes Pitta's focus, allows for deep silence to reset the mind's serenity.

 

Practicing Sitali breath, a cooling technique, can effectively alleviate Pitta imbalances.

 


HERBAL SUPPLEMENTS


Certain herbs are beneficial for Pitta dosha, such as:

Amla

Neem

Triphala

 

 

ABHYANGA (MASSAGE)


Abhyanga, when performed with pure & organic oils like Neem Oil, Jojoba Oil and Coconut Oil can effectively reduce stress, induce relaxation, and alleviate mental and emotional imbalances.

 


EXERCISE


Pitta body types excel in team sports, their competitive spirit and quest to be a winner.

 

Exercise for a pitta person should always be done in the cooler part of the day to avoid overheating.

 


 

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