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    Sadhguru Explains Yogic Diet – INCREASE YOUR LIFE ENERGY



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    Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev explains yogic food we should eat, and he talks about which food to avoid. If you want to increase your life energy and energy in your life in general, just watch this and take the simple necessary steps. Sadhguru explains different type of foods and certain foods we should avoid for feeling the life energy. There is a saying that we are what we eat. We should eat what our body needs not our mind.

    There are certain foods which are energetic by nature and there are certain foods which are lethargic by nature.

    Sadhguru explains about those foods and yogic culture about foods.

    There is 3 type of yogic foods.

    1- Positive Pranic food
    2- Negative Pranic Food
    3- Zero Pranic Food

    Positive pranic foods are mainly raw vegetables, fruits, and nuts. By eating positive pranic food we create more energy in our body and it helps to reduce and increase the quality of our sleep. Whereas negative pranic foods are mainly nerve stimulants like coffee, tea, sugar, onion, garlic and similar stuff. By taking these kinds of food you create more lethargic nature in the body. So we should eat more positive pranic food.

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