1. Proper Nutrition
Pay close attention to what you eat. Food and digestion create pitta imbalances and are vital to resolving them. You still want to eat warm, cooked meals but incorporate cooling foods and herbs (e.g., ghee, coconut water, coconut oil, lime, cucumber, coriander, fennel, and cardamon) into your diet. Avoid foods that are hot, spicy, friend, sour, salty, pungent, or fermented. Nightshades (tomatoes, white potatoes, peppers, eggplant) should be avoided. Flavors that are sweet, astringent, and bitter work well to restore balance. Drinking CCF tea (cumin, coriander, fennel) and making sure your body is getting the right amount of healthy fats and oils can also help fix imbalances.