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.

Crispy seed bars

Enjoy our crunchy seed bars! A delicious mix of crunchy seeds and nuts for the perfect snack on the go or in between meals. Get your natural energy boost now! The seed bars not only...

Ayurvedic carrot and almond cake

Discover the harmony of Ayurveda and delicious pastries with this recipe! Our Ayurvedic carrot and almond cake combines the sweetness of carrots with the nutty note of almonds and impresses with an abundance of valuable...

Sweet vegan & gluten-free berry crumble

Are you ready for a delicious and healthy dessert? Immerse yourself in the world of Ayurveda with our sweet vegan & gluten-free berry crumble recipe. Learn how to conjure up a delicious dessert using natural...

Juicy, vegan apricot cake without wheat: a fruity, summery treat!

Bring summer to your plate with this recipe! Our juicy, vegan apricot cake without wheat combines the sweetness of apricots with a delicate dough structure and impresses with a harmonious taste. Ingredients for the apricot...

Prana Chocolate Bites

Chocolate enjoyment for the whole family! Ingredients: 250 g dark dark chocolate (for me 72% dark chocolate Makri – sugar-free and vegan) 50 g chopped almonds 50 g chopped cashews 2 tbsp hemp seeds 1...

Healthy chocolate zucchini cake: An irresistible chocolate experience with extra vegetable power!

Do you fancy chocolate, but at the same time you want to keep an eye on your health? Then this recipe is just right for you! Our healthy chocolate zucchini cake combines the decadent note...

Ayurvedic cookies

Fancy a healthy snack? Try our Ayurvedic cookies! Baked with natural ingredients and Ayurvedic knowledge, they are not only delicious but also good for body and mind. Immerse yourself in the world of Ayurvedic cuisine...

Quick chocolate nut mountains

Are you longing for a sweet and quick dessert? Then these chocolate-nut mountains are just the thing for you! With just a few ingredients and in just a few minutes, you can conjure up irresistible...

Ayurvedized vanilla crescents

Healthy cookies at Christmas time! We can't imagine Christmas without vanilla crescents, so we created a vanilla crescent recipe with Ayurvedic ingredients. In the Ayurvedic diet, we don't avoid certain foods, but we make sure...

Roasted almonds without sugar: a sweet pleasure without any regrets!

Say goodbye to refined sugar and enjoy the unmistakable taste of roasted almonds in a sugar-free version! With this recipe, you can conjure up crispy almonds in no time at all that are not only...

Amaranth date energy balls

A healthy snack for in between meals, also ideal for the snack box. Ingredients: 200 g dates (soaked in water for 1 hour) 40 g hazelnuts 40g almonds 20 g popped amaranth 20 g coconut...

Best banana bread: juicy, aromatic and simply irresistible!

This simple, healthy and quick recipe is perfect for all banana bread lovers! Ideal for breakfast or as a sweet dessert. Let yourself be pampered by this heavenly and vegan banana bread and enjoy the...

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.