In Ayurveda, special attention has been given to our food and drink. Depending on the right quantity of food, right time and right qualities, how beneficial it can be to the body, is the core of Ayurveda. If food is right, it can increase ojas (life force) in our body and if wrong, it can increase ama (poison). In Ayurveda, balancing the three doshasVata, Pitta and Kapha in our body is also considered necessary. Many people continue to have digestive problems. The reason behind this is wrong eating and not following the right rules related to food.

In Ayurveda, it is advised to do one thing after eating for good health and digestion. About this, Ayurvedic doctor NitikaKohli has shared information from her Instagram account.

What does Ayurveda say?

Ayurveda recommends 'Shatpavali' after eating. This means after eating you should walk 100 steps. There are many benefits to walking 100 steps after every mile. It has also been considered the most effective way to strengthen digestion in Ayurveda. Walking 100 steps or taking about 15 minutes after eating can bring you many benefits. Shatpavali is a Marathi word. It is a very old tradition of ours to walk after eating. If you follow it after every mile, you will feel the difference within a few days.

What benefits will you get?

  • Digestion helps. According to Ayurveda, it is very important to walk after eating. If you walk about 100 steps after every mile, then your digestion is good.
  • If you keep sitting after eating food, then your metabolism also slows down. Due to this, the food is not digested properly. In such a situation, walking after eating is also good for metabolism.
  • Often people feel lethargic, and lazy, and do not feel like working after eating, in such a situation Shatpavali can help you. Walking 100 steps after eating helps to maintain energy.
  • According to Ayurveda, one should not walk fast after eating. This can increase the doshas present in the body such as Vata, Pitta and Kapha. Walk 100 steps after eating. This also burns calories.

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