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At In the Moment X with Julia Marie Clare, we believe in the power of ancient wisdom to transform lives. As a lifelong learner and seeker, I have discovered tools and techniques that have brought balance, happiness, and health into my life. I am passionate about sharing these transformative practices with others, helping them to live their best lives. Our holistic approach to health prioritises mental, emotional, and physical wellness as interconnected components of overall well-being.

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Starting the day with a balanced breakfast

Ayurveda emphasizes the importance of eating a balanced breakfast to start the day off right. According to Ayurveda, the ideal breakfast should be warm, easy to digest, and tailored to your unique dosha constitution. Here are 5 examples of Ayurvedic breakfast options for each dosha constitution:

For Vata Dosha:

  1. Warm oatmeal with cinnamon, chopped nuts, and diced apples. Add a drizzle of ghee for extra nourishment.

  2. A warm quinoa porridge with almond milk, cardamom, and fresh berries.

  3. A sweet potato hash with onions, peppers, and topped with an egg cooked to your preference.

  4. A smoothie bowl made with warm almond milk, frozen banana, nut butter, and topped with chia seeds and cinnamon.

  5. A warm bowl of rice pudding with nutmeg, raisins, and coconut milk.

For Pitta Dosha:

  1. A warm bowl of rice pudding with cardamom, saffron, and chopped pistachios.

  2. A warm bowl of steel-cut oats with chopped dates, walnuts, and a drizzle of honey.

  3. A vegetable omelet with spinach, onions, and bell peppers, served with a side of fresh fruit.

  4. A smoothie bowl made with coconut milk, frozen pineapple, and banana, and topped with fresh mango and shredded coconut.

  5. A warm quinoa bowl with roasted sweet potato, kale, and chickpeas, seasoned with cumin and turmeric.

For Kapha Dosha:

  1. A warm bowl of quinoa porridge with grated ginger, sliced almonds, and chopped dates.

  2. A vegetable frittata made with zucchini, asparagus, and mushrooms, served with a side of fresh fruit.

  3. A smoothie bowl made with almond milk, frozen berries, and a scoop of protein powder, topped with fresh kiwi and pumpkin seeds.

  4. A warm bowl of rice congee with ginger, scallions, and chicken or tofu.

  5. A warm bowl of polenta with sautéed mushrooms, spinach, and grated Parmesan cheese.

It's important to remember that everyone has a unique dosha constitution and may need to adjust their diet accordingly. Consult with an Ayurvedic practitioner to determine your dosha and receive personalized recommendations for your diet and lifestyle.

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