Ayurveda stresses the fact the main meal is at noon and one must have a well-balanced diet, which constitutes all the nutrients. Nowhere in Ayurveda is it said to follow a pure vegetarian diet, in fact several meat products gives you the necessary proteins that cannot be substituted by any other vegetable product. Ayurveda prefers a vegetarian diet as it is easy in digestion. One must also note to not have a heavy dinner as it is more likely to create ama.
Only eat when you are hungry and also practice eating at the same time every day, thereby getting you hungry at the same time every day. Avoid snacking in between meals as it will upset the balance and your digestion will be thrown off. This is just in regards to the food habits. One must also ensure to take care of the other routines such as sleeping and exercise routines. Daily exercise is also equally valuable. When one follows these routines positive changes can be seen in their mind, body and spirit.
Most of the Ayurvedic treatments in Kerala revolve around these fundamental policies. The Ayurvedic resorts in Kerala, the Ayurveda training courses in Kerala have also adopted the same. The Yoga Center in Kannur has even adopted the Panchakarma Therapy in Kerala