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Description of Kapha Type

Tastes to Avoid: Sweet, Sour and Salty
Tastes to Prefer: Pungent, Bitter and Astringent
Natural Time: Morning (after sunrise) and evening (after sunset)
Natural Season: Late winter and Spring time

Kapha types have good endurance, strength and stamina.

Although it is easy for Kapha types to follow routine, it is healthier for them to periodically break from routine.

Kapha types tend toward inertia and tend to attach to people or things. Food and security are important to them. The primary organ is the chest.

Kapha is often correlated with the production of mucus. Kapha types have a tendency towards congestion, sinusitis, sluggishness, weight gain, diabetes or water retention.

In order to be balanced, Kaphas should be physically active, consume little fried or fatty foods, avoid icy drinks, sweets or excessive amounts of bread. They should enjoy plenty of fresh vegetables.

Kapha types should allow excitement, change and challenge to become a regular part of their lives.

Vata Type     Pitta Type     Kapha Type
Vata Foods     Pitta Foods     Kapha Foods
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