Dieting

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In The Twenty Conglin Essentials Chan master Baizhang Dazhi noted that: “The disease takes dieting as the herb decoction.” Buddhist practice advocates “not eat after noontime and even one-meal-a-day”. If this way of eating is used properly, it not only won’t result in malnutrition but could coordinate intestines and stomach to ease the burden of internal organs. Of course, the most easily accepted diet is seven eight full. It means eat eight points for every meal, which also perfectly accords with modern health concept. Adults should pay more attention to dieting and fighting binge eating and the like. (From Shaolin Encyclopedia)





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