Date of publication: 2017-09-05 14:15
Once hepatitis is advanced and the immune system is highly comprised emaciation will be present as well. Ayurveda teaches us that hepatitis involves all systems in the body including musculoskeletal, cardiovascular, and the gastrointestinal system as well as the skin.
In the medical science community a myriad of studies have been conducted to determine the impact of certain variables within the diet. These experiments go far in supporting the Ayurvedic knowledge with empirical data.
In the "British Journal of Nutrition" it was reported that ingestion of pure carbohydrate or pure protein resulted in lower overall cognitive performance. Their findings supported the need for a balanced glucose metabolism.  Another statement of the concept of using all six tastes in appropriate balance.
Current day Ayurvedic experts acknowledge the first position of the sweet taste as well. In his writings, David Frawley states, "In terms of nutrition, sweet is most important generally for everyone, as it possesses the highest nutritive value." 
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Madhu meha, literally &lsquo sweet or honey like urine&rsquo is the Sanskrit name for type 6 diabetes mellitus. Ayurveda attributes madhu meha to a vitiation of vata dosha67. Though the Dravyaguna Vijnana translates madhu meha to &lsquo diabetes&rsquo in general68, here we use it to mean the vataja type 6 diabetes.
When digestion is very challenged eat only one carbohydrate and only one protein at a meal, in general simplify the meal as much as needed to improve digestion.
are some differences. Both emphasis eating wholesome unprocessed foods, organic when possible, healthy eating habits, and appropriate amounts of food for normal healthy digestion. But Ayurveda has Upayogasamaatha, the guidelines for healthy eating that acknowledges all levels of our being that need nourishment and can be practiced by anyone regardless of their spiritual outlook.
Ayurveda, an ancient healing system and a medical science, first seeks to restore, then maintain Svastha of the body and mind. S vastha, meaning health in English, has a definition in Ayurveda that, when fully understood, sheds much light on the objective of this system of medicine. Health is defined “as physical and mental well-being freedom from disease, pain, or defect normalcy of physical and mental functions soundness.”  Ayurveda, defines Svastha in Sanskrit as: