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Organic Spicy Porridge

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Organic Spicy Porridge

Organic Spicy PorridgeOrganic Spicy Porridge


A warm breakfast porridge from the tradition of Ayurveda - cooked in a few minutes


Our porridges are ideal for people with high cholesterol levels or with a need to lose weight and because our porridges are made up of complex carbohydrates, they are digested slowly - releasing glucose in a gradual and sustained rate.

Maharishi AyurVeda always recommends that you start the day with a meal that is light, easy to digest and most importantly warm. This will help to kindle your digestive fire, after fasting overnight and to give yourself a light and warming start to the day.

Sweet fruits, nuts, seeds, and Ayurvedic spices are finely blended for KAPHA types and make for a good start into the day.

Preparation for one serving


  • Boil 80g of porridge mix with approx. of 300 ml water
  • Cover, set and simmer over low heat 5 minutes - stirring occasionally
  • Sweeten to taste with agave syrup, hearts of Palm sugar or maple syrup

Enjoy breakfast with our organic porridge blends


  • Nutty for Vata types
  • Fruity for Pitta types
  • Spicy for Kapha types

Don't Skip Breakfast! The Ayurvedic Perspective


According to Mahahrishi AyurVeda, fasting is not recommended because it irritates Vata, Pitta and Kapha doshas. Skipping breakfast particularly irritates Sadhaka Pitta, a subdosha of Pitta. Sadhaka Pitta is responsible for maintaining an even temper and, when in balance, brings joy and contentment. An imbalanced Sadhaka Pitta can result in irritability and unsettled emotions.

Many people are too busy in the morning to eat breakfast or just do not feel hungry. If you've been used to skipping breakfast, start with a little something each morning and work your way back to a healthy breakfast. A good way to break the habit of skipping breakfast is to make and drink fresh fruit or vegetable juices. Rehydrating the body with fresh, natural, and nourishing fluids will help you get a head start on a busy day.

Enjoy breakfastTry our delicious organic ayurvedic porridge blends, a light, warm meal for morning vitality to the start of the day.

Also try a juiced blend of fresh carrot, cilantro and zucchini, or fresh sweet grape, apple, or pear juice. Pick ripe sweet fruit. Orange juice is not recommended on an empty stomach because it is too acidic. Whichever fruit or vegetables you choose, fresh juice is always the best because it has prana, or life giving energies. Also, the juice should ideally be at room temperature or slightly cool, never ice-cold.

Ayurveda says that fruit in the morning is like gold. This is the best time of day to get the maximum nourishment from fruit. Cooked apples, eaten first thing in the morning, help to create ojas — the final and most refined by-product of digestion. Ojas contributes to enhanced vitality, strength, immunity, and overall well-being.

Sweet juicy fruits are excellent cleansers — they help to eliminate impurities from the body. According to ayurveda, it is recommended that fruits be eaten first thing in the morning, 30 minutes before other breakfast items such as hot cereal.

Other suggestions for breakfast include dried figs and raisins, soaked the night before or simmered with a little water for 30 minutes. Or try one of the following healthy combinations: dates with a small dab of ghee replacing the pit; chapati flat bread with raw honey and warm milk; or oatmeal with raisins and chopped. Replace coffee with Raja's Cup for a great-tasting alternative.

DISCLAIMER: The information in this document is presented for the sole purpose of imparting education on Maharishi AyurVeda and neither the information nor the products are intended to diagnose, treat, mitigate, cure or prevent any disease. If you have a medical condition, or are pregnant or lactating, please consult a health professional and it is recommended that you speak with your physician before making significant changes to your diet or routine.


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Organic Spicy Porridge

Unit: 320g
SKU: 40022

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Amla NaturOrganic Spicy Porridge from Amla Natur


Ayurvedic Breakfast Porridge

Blended for Kapha types

A warm breakfast rice and millet porridge from the tradition of Ayurveda - cooked in a few minutes.

Ayurveda recommends a light, warm meal for morning vitality to the start of the day. Sweet fruits, nuts, seeds and Ayurvedic spices are finely blended for KAPHA types and make for a good start into the day.

Contents

320g

Organic Spicy Porridge (Pitta)

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Details

40021

Preparation:


For one serving boil 80g of porridge mix with approx. 300 ml of water, cover set and simmer over low heat 5 minutes - stirring occasionally. Sweeten to taste with agave syrup, hearts of Palm sugar or maple syrup.

Ingredients:


  • Millet flakes *
  • rice flakes *
  • finger millet / ragi * (Corakorn) 19.2%
  • apricots * 9%
  • dates *
  • Apple * 6.8%
  • sunflower seeds *
  • mango * 1.8%
  • turmeric *
  • Ashwagandha * (Withania somnifera root powder)
  • ginger * 0.5%
  • Pippali * (long pepper) 0.5%
  • cinnamon *
  • pepper *
  • chili *

* from controlled organic cultivation

Vegan

Bio: DE eco 037 (EU agriculture), DE eco 037 (non-EU agriculture)

Allergy advice: Contains


* May contain traces of gluten.

Nutritional Info: /100g
Energy Kcal
324
Energy Kj
1360
Protein
8.3g
Carbohydrates
65.5g
of which Sugars
13.2g
Fats ( total )
2.8g
of which Saturates
0.7g
Fibre
5.8g
salt
0.05g

Additional Information

Quantity 320g
Ean code 4032582017929
Benefits

Organic Spicy PorridgeOrganic Spicy Porridge


A warm breakfast porridge from the tradition of Ayurveda - cooked in a few minutes


Our porridges are ideal for people with high cholesterol levels or with a need to lose weight and because our porridges are made up of complex carbohydrates, they are digested slowly - releasing glucose in a gradual and sustained rate.

Maharishi AyurVeda always recommends that you start the day with a meal that is light, easy to digest and most importantly warm. This will help to kindle your digestive fire, after fasting overnight and to give yourself a light and warming start to the day.

Sweet fruits, nuts, seeds, and Ayurvedic spices are finely blended for KAPHA types and make for a good start into the day.

Preparation for one serving


  • Boil 80g of porridge mix with approx. of 300 ml water
  • Cover, set and simmer over low heat 5 minutes - stirring occasionally
  • Sweeten to taste with agave syrup, hearts of Palm sugar or maple syrup

Enjoy breakfast with our organic porridge blends


  • Nutty for Vata types
  • Fruity for Pitta types
  • Spicy for Kapha types

Don't Skip Breakfast! The Ayurvedic Perspective


According to Mahahrishi AyurVeda, fasting is not recommended because it irritates Vata, Pitta and Kapha doshas. Skipping breakfast particularly irritates Sadhaka Pitta, a subdosha of Pitta. Sadhaka Pitta is responsible for maintaining an even temper and, when in balance, brings joy and contentment. An imbalanced Sadhaka Pitta can result in irritability and unsettled emotions.

Many people are too busy in the morning to eat breakfast or just do not feel hungry. If you've been used to skipping breakfast, start with a little something each morning and work your way back to a healthy breakfast. A good way to break the habit of skipping breakfast is to make and drink fresh fruit or vegetable juices. Rehydrating the body with fresh, natural, and nourishing fluids will help you get a head start on a busy day.

Enjoy breakfastTry our delicious organic ayurvedic porridge blends, a light, warm meal for morning vitality to the start of the day.

Also try a juiced blend of fresh carrot, cilantro and zucchini, or fresh sweet grape, apple, or pear juice. Pick ripe sweet fruit. Orange juice is not recommended on an empty stomach because it is too acidic. Whichever fruit or vegetables you choose, fresh juice is always the best because it has prana, or life giving energies. Also, the juice should ideally be at room temperature or slightly cool, never ice-cold.

Ayurveda says that fruit in the morning is like gold. This is the best time of day to get the maximum nourishment from fruit. Cooked apples, eaten first thing in the morning, help to create ojas — the final and most refined by-product of digestion. Ojas contributes to enhanced vitality, strength, immunity, and overall well-being.

Sweet juicy fruits are excellent cleansers — they help to eliminate impurities from the body. According to ayurveda, it is recommended that fruits be eaten first thing in the morning, 30 minutes before other breakfast items such as hot cereal.

Other suggestions for breakfast include dried figs and raisins, soaked the night before or simmered with a little water for 30 minutes. Or try one of the following healthy combinations: dates with a small dab of ghee replacing the pit; chapati flat bread with raw honey and warm milk; or oatmeal with raisins and chopped. Replace coffee with Raja's Cup for a great-tasting alternative.

DISCLAIMER: The information in this document is presented for the sole purpose of imparting education on Maharishi AyurVeda and neither the information nor the products are intended to diagnose, treat, mitigate, cure or prevent any disease. If you have a medical condition, or are pregnant or lactating, please consult a health professional and it is recommended that you speak with your physician before making significant changes to your diet or routine.

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