AYURVEDIC NUTRITIONAL FACTS
Horse gram (Dolichos biflorus) is commonly known as Kulathi in Hindi. It is high in protein, fiber, calcium, iron, and vitamins. As per Ayurveda, it is helpful in kidney stones, asthma, piles, and cough.
Suitable: It is more suitable for Vata and Kapha person, and may aggravate Pitta dosha if consumed excessively.
Full Recipe in Details
You can either consume horse gram with rice or enjoy it as a soup. I love making soup this soup during winters as it is warming in nature. It tastes yum with some drizzled ghee and garnished with freshly chopped coriander.
GUIDE / INSTRUCTIONS
Horse gram soup is a fantastic healthy recipe to try during cold weather. It is a perfect lunch or dinner recipe you can have. when you want to eat something light.
According to Ayurveda, each food has a specific property based on which it nourishes our body. So, it is essential to eat as per your body type. As a result, it helps to maintain health and boosts our immunity.
Horse gram is more suitable for Kapha and Vata body-type people. It is not harmful to a Pitta person, but it is better to take it in moderation if you are a Pitta person especially during hot weather. It is so because horse gram has a hot potency which may cause trouble for a person with Pitta dosha dominance.
Everything in moderation is healthy for everyone. It is all about maintaining balance.
To make each recipe more suitable, we can make few changes according to our body type. Here are the simple changes you can make as per your body type:
Vata person – Add more ghee to your meal.
Pitta person – Avoid garlic in your recipe.
Kapha person – No changes required.
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