Ayurvedic treatment helps in creating a healthy strong body by using different methods that involve a series of diet, exercise, lifestyle practices, and ultimately ayurvedic medicines. Diet is used as a therapy in Ayurvedic treatments and it holds great importance. The main objective of providing an Ayurvedic diet is to help people practice mindful eating habits by intaking minimally processed food. The ayurvedic treatment uses diet to enhance the mental as well as the spiritual development of a human being and it all depends upon the type of food provided. Food is the coal of the human engine (body) that provides the required energy to do daily activities. Food in the human body transforms first into Rasa or Chyle and then processes into fat, muscle, bone, blood, bone marrow, etc. Intake of improper food can cause an imbalance in the body leading to diseases. Here comes the role of an Ayurvedic diet that manages the way we intake food. It provides us with guidelines for what to eat, when to eat and how much to eat to improve our health and ultimately prevent diseases. Our human body is nothing but a machine that requires proper maintenance and regular oiling, and an Ayurvedic diet helps in fixing that engine.