- One should eat in limits. The amount of food should be appropriate.
- The amount of food depends upon digestive power.
The amount of food that is easily digestable does not harm and gets digested in good time is the approriate amount.
Appropriate time here means that the universal time specified to digest any food type.
- Rice, moong (green beans) and meat of some birds and animals are light. They get digested very soon. Sweets, milk creams, yellow beans, some birds and animal's meat is heavy and takes more time to get digested.
- If light food is eaten more than it does not harm much. But eating heavy foods stomach full may cause problems.
- Heavy foods take more time to get digested. The capacity of individual depends upon their digestive fire.
- The amount of food to be eaten depends upon what is eaten the standard time to digest that food. If you are eating heavy foods that you must eat half or one-third of the normal light food.
- IN short you must eat very little of heavy foods and you may eat light foods in appropriate quantity but not more than appropriate quantity.
- Food eaten in limited quantities provides good health, happiness and long life.