June 2008
Natural Health;Jun2008, Vol. 38 Issue 6, p74
The article focuses on Ayurvedic doshas Pitta, one of the three energies that enliven the human body. It is stated that people with Pitta doshas are fiery, and ambitious. Physician David Simon says that people with Pittas respond to stress with irritability and go immediately into fight response. It is reported that anti-inflammatory fruits and vegetables keep Pittas cool.


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