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CONCEPT OF VIRUDDHA AHARA IN THE REFERENCE OF शरीरधातुविरोधं कुिवन्तीतत िैरोधधका: |

Dr. Akanksha Soni*, Dr. Sanjay Sharma and Dr. Lajwanti Keswani


Aahara, Nidra, Bramhacharya are Trayopstambha, optimum use of these leads human body to maintain its integrity and being enriched with Bala, Varna and Upachaya.[1] Each Upstambha has its own importance, among these Aahara attains utmost importance and plays a very important role for the maintenance of health. There are many concepts given in Ayurveda regarding Aahara i.e. pathya, apathya. hita, ahita and Viruddha Aahara. Viruddha Aahara is unique concept described by Acharyas. They have clearly stated that certain diet which is incorrect in combination, in processing and consumed in incorrect quantity and time is called Viruddha Aahara. Person who consumes Viruddha Aahara is more prone to imbalance of doshas leading to many disorders like visarpa, grahani, shotha and kustha even sometimes cause death of the person. In present era, due to lack of knowledge, people follow incorrect dietary habits and suffer from many diseases, so incompatible diet (Aahara) is considered as a major risk factor which enhances susceptibility to many diseases. Therefore, daily diet should be such which helps to maintain present well-being.

Keywords: Upstambha, pathya-apathya, Incompatible diet.

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