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Buttermilk Sawa With Moonga Twist – A Testified Ayurveda Recipe Of Obesity

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Ayurvedsutra Vol 06 issue 04 1 - Buttermilk Sawa With Moonga Twist - A Testified Ayurveda Recipe Of Obesity

A food which not only prevents the excess accumulation of fats in the body but also can reverse the vicious pathology to a greater extent would be clinically beneficial in this condition. The current article deals about an easy classical Ayurveda recipe for obesity. So, a processed diet which is having both quality and easy to prepare and deliciously acceptable for all will be one of the choices of food. However, in modern science protein diet is advised to reduce fat. Mostly those are a guru in property and don’t have atarpana properties.

Outline of Food in sthaulya as per Ayurveda

The recipe is an implementation of Ayurveda clinical principal of sthaulya The current method has been given more than hundred patients having the features of abnormality of metabolic syndrome like diabetes mellitus, sthaulya (obesity), etc. along with the traditional Ayurveda medicines and found significant results.

Current Recipe

  1. Contents
Ingredients Enlish name Botanical name Amount
Syamaka Sawa millet Echinochloa frumentacea 20gm
Takra Buttermilk   3 cup
Moonga green gram Vigna radiate 50gm
Sarsapa taila Mustard Oil Brassica nigra 2 tbsp
Mirchi Green chilli   As require
Jiraka Cumin Cuminum cyminum 1tbsp
Aadraka Wet ginger  Zingiber officinale Half tbsp
Palandu onion Allium cepa ½ sliced onion
Trikatu Dry ginger

Long pepper

Black pepper

 Zingiber officinale

Piper longum

Piper nigrum

Nisha Turmeric Curcuma longa 1/4th tbsp
Amlaki Indian gooseberry Phyllanthus emblica 1tbsp
Nimbu Lemon   1/2tbsp lemon juice
Shunti Dry ginger Zingiber officinale 1/4th tbsp
Madhu Honey   3 to 4 tbsp

By Dr Asit Panja with Dr Ankita Agrawal.

Full article in Ayurved Sutra Vol. 06 Issue 04

Ayurvedsutra Vol 06 issue 04 46 - Buttermilk Sawa With Moonga Twist - A Testified Ayurveda Recipe Of Obesity

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Dr. Asit panja

Dr. Asit panja

Known ayurveda scholar devoted to research. Patron of NASYA, associated with National Institute of Ayurveda. Many research works including Classical Methods of Education in Ayurveda and A Scientific Exploration of ''Carakopaskara commentary".