Diet Therapy, Naturopathy

Diet Therapy is a practical application of nutrition as a preventative or corrective treatment of disease. This usually involves the modification of an existing dietary lifestyle to promote optimum health. However, in some cases, an alternative dietary lifestyle plan may be developed for the purpose of eliminating certain foods.

Purpose of Diet Therapy
Diet is a very important part of living and a nutritious diet helps keeping new diseases from affecting the body. Treatments involve including foods that improve specific health conditions, while avoiding foods that may make the condition worse. Practitioners of medicine even claim that a healthy diet plan can help curing diseases and also assist in prevention of the disease. This is the main function of a diet therapy.

Be it with a well-structured diet plan for healthy living, or be it with a plan of diet for different diseases, diet therapy has carved a niche for itself as a noteworthy alternative therapy.

Diet Therapy in Ayurveda
Ayurveda suggests that only a balanced diet is not sufficient for good health. It recommends that specific bodily conditions require specific diets. It looks at diet as an alternative therapy and treats the body as a combination of 3 different factors called Vata, Pitta and Kapha. These factors represent air, fire and water respectively. A healthy boy is one in which the 3 elements are perfectly balanced which can be achieved through diet. When any one of the elements is disturbed the body becomes prone to diseases, correcting the diet can cure it. To know more read:

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