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Tips For Becoming The Best Version Of Yourself

You are your trie competitor, and becoming better than yesterday is the best goal you can set. Here are tips for becoming the best version of yourself

Originally published in Sarah Scoop on July 20, 2017.

Recently, I, Sahara Rose Ketabi was interviewed where I spoke about how one can become the best version of yourself. You can watch the interview here (Q/A). From the interview, I share with you tips on becoming the happiest and healthiest you possible!

1. Achieve mind and body balance by discovering your body and mind type.

Don’t know your ayurvedic body type? Find out using my free dosha quiz

If you’re a Vata (easily anxious, cold body temperature, cracking joints, dry skin, bloating, gas, constipation,) then try sticking to a schedule as much as possible, apply sesame oil on your body and consume cooked, root vegetables which will make you feel more grounded, as they’re grown under the Earth. Remember- we take on the energy of everything we eat!

If you’re a Pitta (easily agitated, hot body temperature, oily skin, heartburn, hyperacidity, loose stool), then try taking cooling, cleansing breaths, avoid intense exercise/ hot yoga and consume light, hydrating foods like greens and fresh fruit which will cool your system down!

If you’re a Kapha (easily exhausted, cool body temperature, tendency to gain weight easily, sluggish metabolism, carb/ sugar/ dairy cravings) then try to practice a fast-moving yoga flow in the morning when you wake up, just drink tea for breakfast, add spices into your diet to stimulate metabolism, avoid snacking and consume more bitter foods to avoid those sweet cravings


2. Practice yoga for the physical and spiritual benefits

Along with Ayurveda for mind/body balance, practice yoga. Infact, the two must always be practiced together because you can’t reach enlightenment when your digestion is out of whack.

“Ayurveda literally means “the knowledge of life” in Sanskrit because in order to have health you must have full knowledge of your life. I know so much more about myself and am easily able to tell when my body is going out of balance with some simple cues, which I explain in The Idiot’s Guide to Ayurveda.”


3. The way you start your day is how you will feel for the rest of the day.

My morning routine is super sacred to me and gives me the energy and focus I need to tackle the rest of her day. I begin my day by drinking hot water, scraping my tongue, and practicing either yoga or Pilates.


4. Shift your perspective to think “How would this food make me feel before, during, and after consumption

Our food choices literally create our thoughts and there’s more to eating healthy than losing weight or looking good. My purpose on Eat Feel Fresh is to find the foods that make you feel truly alive.


5. Shift your thoughts from fear-and-denial-based to joy-and-opportunity-based and it will change your entire reality

I live by the philosophy of “Your external world is a reflection of your internal mind”


Much Love,

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