What is your Dosha?




0% Vata, 0% Pitta, 0% Kapha



0% Vata, 0% Pitta, 0% Kapha

Kapha Mind

You are warm, loyal, kind and nurturing. People come to you whenever they need a shoulder to lean on. You have a great sense of humor and can get along with anyone- however, nothing replaces your lifelong friends. You tend to stick with what and who you know and sometimes limit your own potential. Sometimes it's difficult for you to try new things and get out of your comfort zone. Though you are there for everyone else, you have the tendency to suppress your own emotions. This can lead to emotional or binge eating. You feel like you have to be there for everyone else but cannot express your own frustrations, which can make you feel depressed.

When you are balanced, you are sweet, funny and peaceful.
When you are out of balance, you become lazy, depressed or lonely.

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Kapha Body

As a Kapha, losing weight is especially difficult for you. You may have carried extra pounds for years and have tried countless diets to shed them, without any results. You retain water easily, causing you to become bloated and puffy. You love to sleep and have a hard-time getting up in the morning.You don't have a huge appetite, but whatever you eat seems to make you gain weight. You may notice your weight fluctuates up to 5 pounds in a day. You may also experience mucus, such as coughs, phlegm and colds frequently, which is a Kapha side-effect.

As a Kapha body type, you must incorporate more spices in your diet to stimulate your metabolism, as well as stay away from dairy, fried food, carbohydrates, sugar and meat, which all cause you to gain weight. It's important you exercise vigorously everyday, especially in the morning, and add ginger and cayenne pepper to your diet. For an exact daily meal plan with my recommended breakfast, lunch and dinner for you, plus other tips for shedding those Kapha pounds, check out my book Eat Right For Your Mind-Body Type.My program, Eat Right For Your Mind-Body Type, will provide you with a specific food list of the best foods to match your needs, as well as what a typical day's meal plan should look like for you.

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What is Ayurveda?

Ayurveda is the world’s oldest health system, originating in ancient India over 5000 years ago and the sister science of yoga, based on the same Sanskrit texts called the Vedas. The word “ayur” means life and “Veda” means knowledge, because you can only achieve true mental and physical health when you have complete knowledge of your entire life. Fostered on the mind-body connection, Ayurveda shows the impact of your nutrition, self-care, relationships, environment, mental state and lifestyle on the way you feel. All is interconnected. There is no one-size-fits-all approach in Ayurveda. Everything from nutrition to meditations to lifestyle practices are customized for your Dosha.

What is a Dosha?

Vata is cold, dry andever-moving, like the Fall Wind.

The Mental - Those with high levels of Vata mentally are energetic, excitable and creative, though when off balance they can become worriers, over-thinkers and flaky.

The Physical - Those with high levels of Vata physically are lean, small-boned and do not sweat much, but can be prone towards becoming overly dry, cold and dehydrated.

Pitta is hot and fiery, like the Summer Sun.

The Mental - Those with high levels of Pitta mentally are confident, brave, focused and willy. However, an excess of Pitta can cause them to become impatient, self righteous, bossy or angry.

The Physical - Those with high levels of Pitta physically are well-muscled, strong and able to digest anything, though too much Pitta can lead to overheating, strong smelling odor, heartburn and irritated, red skin.

Kapha is moist, soothing and cold like the Spring.

The Mental - Those with high levels of Kapha mentally are calm, good natured and humorous. However excess Kapha can cause attachment, jealousy, materialism and longing.

The Physical - Those with high levels of Kapha physically are round-faced, thick-haired and big eyed, though those with excess can become overweight, heavy and sluggish.

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