10 Things Only Pittas Will Understand

Does Ayurveda make your head spin? Here, Sahara Rose Ketabi, Ayurvedic practitioner and author of the forthcoming Idiot’s Guide to Ayurveda, breaks the pitta dosha down into terms we can understand.
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When Pittas are in balance, they are goal-oriented, ambitious, and passionate. When Pittas fall out of balance, they become angry, impatient, and forceful. If you’re a Pitta, you will likely relate to some of the following situations. (Take our Dosha Quiz now to discover your own mind-body type.)

About Our Expert
Sahara Rose Ketabi is an expert in the mind-body connection and has been called “a leading voice speaking to the millennial generation” by Deepak Chopra . She is the author of the Idiot’s Guide to Ayurveda, with foreword by Deepak Chopra, Host of the Highest Self Podcast, blogger behind Eat Feel Fresh, as well as a Certified Ayurvedic Practitioner, Sports Nutritionist and Holistic Health Coach. She internationally known for her unique blend of ancient Eastern healing and spiritual systems and modern western psychology and science, and has spoken at events such as Michelle Obama’s Let’s Move Campaign at Harvard Medical School. Discover your mind-body type on her quiz at www.eatfeelfresh.com to receive a free 3-day mini-course and follow her on Instagram @EatFeelFresh for sacred wisdom from the physical to the metaphysical.