The Yoga Body Diet


Slim and Sexy in 4 Weeks (Without the Stress)

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The Yoga Body Diet is the first program to employ ancient Ayurvedic principles to create a delightful program that promises to transform both yoga virgins and seasoned practitioners from the inside out.

The Yoga Body Diet begins with a quick test that identifies your type:

  • Pitta (fire: tending toward irritability)
  • Kapha (earth: tending toward sluggishness)
  • Vata (air: a bit on the flighty side)

Once your type or dosha is identified, instructions for a 4-week tailored plan follow. Each plan provides guidelines, workouts, meal plans, shopping lists, and over 75 flavorful and delicious recipes. Readers can look forward to a longer, leaner body and a calmer, more rejuvenated mind.

A Yoga Body is the One You have Now, Only Healthier

This book is your complete guide to how to get it. And the benefits don’t stop at your appearance. At the end of 4 short weeks, you’ll feel better, you’ll think more clearly, and you’ll find it’s much easier to keep a positive mindset and roll with life’s inevitable punches.

It’s not as difficult as you might think! Here’s how it works. The newest research has demonstrated beyond the shadow of a doubt that active relaxation triggers better blood flow to your organs, improving digestion and immune function.

Yoga also puts you more in touch with your body, decreases stress and blood pressure, and regulates your nervous system, cultivating balance in the body. And it pulls muscle toward bone, creating a lithe and lean frame rather than gym-built bulk. The Yoga Body Diet shows you exactly how to eat well, shop wisely, and stretch yourself slim.

The Best Part? No Yoga Experience Necessary

On this easy, 4-week plan, you will eat, move, and think according to your natural rhythms. You’ll relax your systems rather than stressing them out, so that you won’t experience the intense hunger pangs that often come when the body is in overdrive. In 4 short weeks, The Yoga Body Diet shows you how to de-stress your life, balance your system, and get the yoga body you’ve always wanted… for life.


Hello, I have recently purchased The Yoga Body Diet. I have to say I love the book, I have been suffering for a long time from severe anxiety and have recently embarked on the journey of healing. After many doctors have tried to persuade me to take antidepressants, and anti-anxiety medication, my frustration had reached an all time high. I was adamant and still am quite adamant about the fact that taking a synthetic drug, to “fight” the anxiety was not the answer. So I decided to do my own research and educate myself as much as possible. Through my journey, I have come across many avenues, all seem to come exactly when I need them. One being the “The Yoga Body Diet”. For me it is not so much about the weight loss, however, I have lost 25lbs so far, it is about finding a connection with my mind, body, and spirit. I am a single mom, and a lot of my anxiety came from worrying about not being fully capable of providing a good home for my son. I now have such a sense of calm and center that I can look at his face and know that he is a happy little boy. The eating plan, the yoga, all the information has reinforced what I have already discovered on my own, by just listening to my body. Not trying to force it, but to do what comes naturally. With all of these crazy, almost bullying diets and exercise routines, it is no wonder that most people in today’s society suffer from anxiety, obesity, or depression. This book is refreshing, calming, and most importantly it works! Thanks a lot. It is inspiring for me, to continue forward with loving my body, my unique body, and to appreciate all the nourishment that our world has to offer. ~J.S., reader of The Yoga Body Diet book, May 2010