Ayurvedic diet
as medicine

Ayurvedic nutrition involves selecting foods with certain properties, tastes and qualities that have a positive effect on your physical and mental health. The selection of foods and spices, the Ayurvedic preparation and the size of the portion of the food ensure that you digest the meals more easily. This relieves the digestive tract and stimulates the metabolism. This in turn ensures that metabolic processes in our body such as energy production, tissue formation and breakdown, and regeneration can function efficiently. We recover faster and better and have more energy. This is health care with Ayurveda and prana for you.

Would you like to learn how you can easily integrate the Ayurvedic diet into your everyday life to optimally nourish your body and mind? Then take a look at the coaching and programs from prana for you.

Protein-rich seed bread: A powerful energy booster for the day

The protein-rich seed bread recipe is the best bread substitute, made purely from nuts and seeds. The seed bread is vegan and gluten-free. Ingredients: 80 g linseed flour 80 g chopped almonds 100 g sunflower...

Autumnal red grape couscous: a fruity and vitamin-rich breakfast

In autumn we look forward to an easily digestible breakfast, of course warm and cooked with effective spices! Autumn time is Vata time! At this time of year, Ayurveda recommends a warming and nourishing diet,...

Berry protein breakfast bowl

For an energetic start to the day! To start the day with energy, it is important to eat a protein-rich, easily digestible and cooked breakfast. Not only will your digestion thank you, but your adrenal...

Amaranth-raspberry porridge: A fruity and protein-rich breakfast for connoisseurs

Are you looking for a delicious yet balanced breakfast that will provide you with energy and vitality? Then our amaranth raspberry porridge is just the thing for you! Amaranth is a pseudocereal with a high...

Brown millet and blueberry porridge: a warm and nutritious breakfast for cold days

A warm and nutritious breakfast for cold days! This dish is delicious, quick and easy to prepare and particularly rich in nutrients. Brown millet is a pseudocereal (gluten-free) that is rich in protein, fiber, vitamins...

Raspberry millet flake porridge: A fruity and creamy breakfast for the perfect start to the day

Discover our delicious, fruity and gluten-free breakfast with a wonderfully creamy consistency! Millet flakes are rich in protein, fiber, vitamins and minerals, while raspberries provide valuable antioxidants and vitamin C. Ingredients for one person 40...

Crunchy granola with nuts: a delicious and healthy breakfast for every day

This homemade granola tastes delicious, keeps you full for a long time and you can vary the ingredients according to your taste. Enjoy it for breakfast with milk (or a plant-based milk alternative) or with...

Ayurvedic fried egg

The Ayurvedic fried egg is a delicious, protein-rich breakfast. It keeps you full for a long time and your blood sugar stays in balance. Try this quick and easy recipe: Ingredients for the Ayurvedic fried...

Sweet rice pudding with raspberries

Rice pudding is a popular dish made from short grain rice and milk. It is a traditional dish in many cultures and is often served as a dessert or sweet meal. It is also popular for...

Creamy millet and pear porridge: A healthy and delicious breakfast for every day

The creamy millet and pear porridge is a delicious recipe, ideal for a gluten-free and nutrient-rich breakfast. Enjoy it with a cup of Shodana organic herbal tea blend for balanced blood sugar levels and more...

Porridge barley dried fruits

A warm and filling breakfast. Start the day with lots of energy! Ingredients: 1 class Handful of raisins 2 drinks Apricots/dates/figs (unsulfured) ½ cup barley flakes or other flakes ½ tsp ghee ¼ tsp Ceylon...

Porridge spelled peach

A warm breakfast is particularly delicious and gives the body lots of energy for a perfect start to the day. Ingredients for 1 person: 1 peach ½ cup spelled flakes or another alternative ¼ tsp...

Ayurveda is called
more conscious eating

In Ayurveda you try to satisfy all six tastes, i.e. sweet, sour, salty, spicy, bitter and tart. Special attention is also paid to the atmosphere during the meal. You eat consciously, without hectic, stress or distractions such as television or smartphones. This way you can “feel” more consciously into your own body and notice when you are really full.

In Ayurvedic nutrition there is the so-called “80:20 rule”. This means that if you eat 80 percent of your diet according to your type, you can eat the remaining 20 percent whatever you want. The prerequisite is always that your digestive system is functioning well. We'll find out in training whether that's the case.