Prepare your body and mind for these tips.

Whether you do not know much about Yogic Nutrition, as if you know and are an experienced practitioner, you will be pleasantly surprised.

Throughout history it has been discovered that Yoga is synonymous with wellbeing for being, but…

Although it seems contradictory, many people experienced in Yoga undergo stages of discomfort, irritability, and disconnection during a session.

Did it happen to you?

Have you ever wondered why, if yoga is positive for your mind and body, you experience these unpleasant sensations?

If so, pay attention.

Your body is talking to you! He cries out for you to check something that’s wrong!

Yogic Nutrition

“Your body is your temple. Keep it pure and clean so that the soul may live in it. “
B.K. S Iyengar.

What is Yogi Nutrition or yogic?

This diet is based on eating natural, fresh and nutritious food.  Foods that really benefit our body and give us vitality and energy.

Now you’re wondering what does yoga have to do with my diet? Everything!

It is not possible to have quietness in mind and health in body with a bad diet. For Agnés Pérez, an Iyengar Yoga instructor and an oriental-macrobiotic physician, yogic feeding is vital.

No matter how much yoga we do, without the proper diet discipline will be in vain.

But how do you know exactly what we should eat? It is so easy to get lost in so many diet options for practicing yoga.

Take this moment to inhale and exhale, you will find the answer below:


One of the most important principles of yogi nutrition implies staying Sattvic.

Don’t you know what this is?

It’s about eating as organic and ecological as possible.

Milk and its derivatives are very important in Yogi Nutrition.

Especially yogurt gives us calcium and probiotics, essential to our health. Dr. Nutrition specialist, Samar Yorde, emphasizes that yogurt is a source of essential minerals.

But not only nourish you, but also facilitate digestion, give life to your hair and rejuvenate your skin.

Most recommended is ingest homemade yogurt. So, you can control the amount of sugar and make the most of the bacteria that do good to your stomach.

Make it yourself and you’ll notice the difference!


Curcumin is strongly anti-inflammatory, it is so powerful that it matches the effectiveness of some anti-inflammatory drugs

I know what you’re thinking. No, it’s not stale milk, nor does it contain artificial dyes.

This is a special and millenary recipe that mixes milk with turmeric.

Turmeric is one of the 7 more alkaline foods!

And alkaline foods are preferred by in yogic recipes instead of acids, hot and salty.

This rhizome or root is one of the secret ingredients that gives its longevity to the yogis and Yoginis of India.

Your most notable benefit?

Its anti-inflammatory effect.

This heals our organism damaged by our old nutrition and past lifestyle.

Turmeric is also loaded with antioxidants that fight aging and free radicals.

Golden milk will also make us shine!

Do you dare to give this yogic recipe a chance in your menu? I assure you, you will not regret it.

03. ghee

Also known as “clarified butter“.

It’s a purer fat than commercial butter, free of many of its harmful chemicals.

In Ayurveda kitchen, it is used in the preparation of flours. It also aromatizes food and helps to defuse your life.

But it’s not just a food…

Also has medical and aesthetic uses. In India, it is used to massage the skin and give shine, heal wounds and burns, encourage digestion and even enhance the intimate life.

And now you will enjoy all these benefits!

How to prepare Ghee? It’s one of the simplest yogic recipes. It takes no more than regular butter and a frying pan.

Still, do not prepare these recipes but you feel healthier by just reading them? It’s normal, that’s the nutritional power that Yogi Diet has.

04. kaju barfi

It’s an exquisite and nutritious Indian dessert ideal for who practice yoga.

It’s a dish that is originally prepared for special occasions. But we will always prepare it because we celebrate good nutrition.

What’s the best of it all?

It’s sugar-free!

It’s made from Cashew, a dry fruit with an exquisite sweet taste by nature.

Cashew nutritional value reveals that it has no cholesterol and that it has good fats and proteins for us.

Preparing Kaju Barfi it’s quick, easy. Best of all, thanks to our previous recipe, Ghee, it does not need to be refrigerated for several days.

Who said healthy eating requires simple eating and avoiding desserts?

Nutrition based on principles of Yoga will firm your postures, relax your breath, sleep your mind and elevate your being.

 And yes, it does not have to be boring.

In fact, working on a healthier lifestyle, no matter the methods, is a great adventure.

And we’re here to help you reach your goals and give you the best tips and facts about the latest health trends.

The best part?

It is all free.

What are you waiting for?