Ayurveda recommends certain food combinations as good while some others as incompatible. Following a healthy diet can bring about a definite change in your health condition. Here is the recommended breakfast, lunch and dinner diet as per the principles of Ayurveda:

Breakfast  
Uluva Dosa  Pan cakes made of rice lentil, butter and fenugreek
Ragi Kurukku Rice powder and ragi
Tender Coconut Kurukku Tender coconut mixed with rice powder and cooked in milk

Poached Egg Vegetable Puttu

Rice flour with layered vegetables & grated coconut and steamed in a small cylindrical vessel
Steamed banana with cardamom and dry ginger  
Eathakka Kurukku Banana powder cooked in pasturised milk
Cabbage Idly Fluffy white steamed rice cakes with cabbage leaves
Green leaves Kurukku Herbal leaves and rice powder cooked in pasturised milk
Plantain Stem Kurukku Plantain stem and rice powder cooked in pasturised milk
Kurukku with dry ginger and pepper stem Rice powder cooked in pasturised milk with dry ginger and pepper stem
Phulka  

 

LUNCH AND DINNER 
Wheat with Coconut        Boiled wheat mixed with grated coconut
Herbal Kofta Cottage cheese and potato balls in cashewnut gravy garnished with herbs
Flower Rice Fluffy white rice flavoured with shoe flower
Ayur Uluva Kanji Typical ayurvedic porridge made with rice gruel and fenugreek
Palkanji Rice cooked in flavoured milk
Rice with Herbal Leaves Fluffy white rice cooked with herbal leaves
Parippu Kanji  A combination of Lentils and rice gruel
Leafy Vegetable Soup A soup made from extracts of herbal leaves
Rice Gruel with Cereals A typical ayurvedic porridge- Rice boiled with other cereals
Rice Gruel with peas A typical ayurvedic porridge made with rice gruel and chopped vegetables
Ayur Veg Kanji Typical ayurvedic porridge made with rice gruel and chopped vegetables
Herbal Rice Soup Rice soup mixed with exotic herbs


Incompatible Food Combinations

Melons : Grains, starches, fried foods, Cheese
Honey : Eggs, milk, and dates
Lemon : Yogurt, milk, cucumber, tomato
Milk : Bananas, fish, melons, yogurt, sour fruit, Basmati rice and yeasted bread
Yogurt : Milk, sour fruits, melons, hot drinks, like Coffee and tea, fish, mango, starches, cheese, banana
Eggs : Milk, yogurt, melons, cheese, fruits