Vata

Representing air and ether, a Vata dosha indicates lightness and movement in our body and mind. Vata creates immense energy with diminished control on it, leading to bouts of feeling very energetic. A Vata dosha nurtures creativity and exploration.

The diet recommended for Vata dosha is always opposite to dry and cold. It is better to have cooked and warming spices than eating cold salads especially in autumn and winter weather. It is also recommended to start the day with glass of warm water or herbal tea to kick-start the metabolism and reduce any bloatedness.

Order From Your Dosha

Dishes From This Dosha

Vata
Non-Veg

This bowl is created specifically for the Vata body type.

Vata
Vegan

Stir-fried cabbage with roasted gram, ginger and curry leaves.

Vata
Vegan

Sautéed potatoes and tomatoes with cumin and turmeric.

Vata
Non-Veg

A delicate cod curry cooked in coconut and spiced with peppercorns, clove and cardamom.

Vata
Vegan

Brown basmati rice with cinnamon, turmeric and peas.

Vata
Vegan

Potatoes, green beans & cauliflower spiced with fennel, cumin, mustard and chilli

Vata
Vegan

Slow-cooked Bengal and black gram dal with cumin and coriander.

Vata
Non-Veg

Slow-cooked lamb stew cooked in yogurt and spiced with cardamom, cinnamon and chillies

Vata
Non-Veg

Slowly stewed beef with beetroot.