VATA Fruits & Vegetables - Ayurveda states that a person should choose his diet depending on his dosha. So, a person in whom the Vata dosha is dominant should eat diet, which will pacify the Vata dosha. Here are some suggestions on which fruits and veggies to include and which to avoid in a Vata balancing diet.
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Grains that pacify Vata are generally sweet, nourishing, easily digested, and well cooked. Mushy grains and puddings (things like oatmeal, cream of wheat, and rice pudding) exemplify the smooth quality, and when sweetened and spiced, are often delicious comfort foods. Avoid grains that are exceptionally light, dry, or rough, or especially dense or heavy.