The yogi diet seeks balance
What we eat has a direct influence on our mood, and of course, on our physical form. As it could not be otherwise, the integral practice of yoga implies adapting the diet to look for a balance and a sufficient coherence so that the benefits of this practice are integral. This yogic diet is lacto-vegetarian, since milk and its ferments are the only foods it includes of animal origin. No eggs, nor of course meat or fish are included in this diet. It is not only a question of nutrition but above all of an ethical attitude towards food. Finding a type of food that is not aggressive, neither with the outside nor with our interior, is the maxim of the yogic diet, which therefore rejects bitter, spicy, too salty tastes and preparations that are too hot or too cold.