Conducts during and after meals

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Conducts during and after meals
Most know that chewing food thoroughly helps to digest it better. This is at a physical level. Similarly, there are different acts that help to imbibe the maximum spiritual benefit from food as we are eating. Additionally, there are acts that can be performed after eating that help to increase this benefit. By performing these acts, we benefit physically and psychologically as well since spiritual, psychological and physical factors are interrelated.
Following the āchārs mentioned in this Holy text, helps one to enhance the sāttviktā in them through food. This Holy text elucidates some food items and their importance, science underlying āchārs to be followed during the meals (for example, eating with the right hand, using the hand for eating instead of fork-spoon, beginning the meals with dāl-rice, not putting anything in the plate at the end of the meals) and science underlying āchārs to be followed after the meals (for example, eating fennel or vīḍā after the meals, taking a short nap in the afternoon) etc.
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No of pages 84
Height 21cm
Width 14cm
Depth 0.5cm
Compilers Paratpar Guru (Dr) Jayant Athvale, H.H. (Mrs) Anjali Gadgil
Year of publication 2016
Binding Paperback
ISBN 978-93-5257-058-4
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