Yoga practitioners pay attention to diet
Foods recommended by yogis include fruits, vegetables, whole wheat and nuts.
They don’t talk much about the details of food, because the food processing and soil contamination we have today before the time they lived.
And, because they practice yoga, their bodies are already in a high state of health, their diet is no longer able to exert the power of left-right ratio, and any toxins formed in the body will soon replace the body.
You can polish it. The nutritional principles of yoga are quite similar to modern scientific content that has been developed a long time ago.
Meat: Yoga practitioners warn against one food: meat.
Not all yogis are vegetarians, but they all recommend extreme caution in eating meat.
Yoga practitioners say that meat comes from animals and has a low vibration rate, which will reduce the vitality of carnivores, which will reduce vitality and affect the progress of yoga.
Meat also contains toxins, especially lactic acid from muscle metabolism.
Remember, these were proposed thousands of years ago.
Meat is even worse today, because we injected a lot of toxic chemicals on the dead animals to remove the odor of carrion and improve its tray texture and taste.
Of course, the human body can tolerate some level of abuse-the human body does have a mechanical effect of removing toxins.
But if you want to eat meat, please control the quantity.
Fruit: The most appreciated food for yogis is fruit.
They believe that fruit has the highest vitality.
Fruits can also provide nutrition, can be eaten raw, are recognized for processing, easy to digest, and can provide fast and long-lasting energy free of toxins. No wonder yoga practitioners love fruits.
Vegetables: Yoga practitioners believe that green plants such as lettuce, broccoli, and broccoli contain the highest vitality in vegetables.
Fresh food: Yoga helps food to be fresh.
This means that we should eat more fresh fruits and less frozen and canned food.
Frozen food is not bad because the enzymes are still preserved, but the canned food has been heated, destroying many vitamins, minerals and enzymes.
Raw food: Yoga practitioners also point out that we should eat more raw foods such as fruits, salads, raw nuts and sprouts.
They believe that cooking causes food to lose most of its vitality and its original flavor.
As the original flavor is lost, we add salt, spices and condiments, and these additives often create more problems.
Modern science fully agrees with this view.
Food temperature: Yoga also pays attention to food temperature.
Yoga practitioners say that food should not be too hot or too cold.
They believe that foods and drinks that are too hot or too cold can hurt throat tissue.
Modern science also agrees with the point, and believes that eating too hot or too cold may irritate the throat to the extent of cancer.
Alcohol: Yoga practitioners do not drink alcohol because they believe that alcohol will reduce the vibration of their delicate body (the spirit that still exists after death).
This defeats the purpose of yoga, because yoga aims to increase the vibration level, and the brakes slowly activate the advanced self.
Yoga also believes that alcohol has a potential effect on the brain’s main central nervous system.
Yoga practitioners believe that the central nervous system’s unity is very important, because one of the goals of yoga is to improve the health of this system, and most of the progress of yoga depends on this important interlocking system.
Modern science agrees with yoga, as it is now known that the effect of alcohol on the central nervous system is first stimulated and then suppressed.
This short stimulation period is why many people think alcohol has a stimulating effect.
It is also this effect that makes it possible for many people to feel more “interested” and to have more words.
However, this time was short and was quickly replaced by a more continuous attenuation sensation caused by alcohol.
For this reason, the formal category of alcohol is sedatives.
Alcohol also makes poor sleep.
Some people claim that alcohol makes them “relax” and therefore sleep better. Science and experience say that this is the wrong interpretation.
What these people describe is that alcohol makes them fall asleep very quickly, but this sleep is unnatural compulsive sleep, because some of them wake up earlier, they will not feel fresh.
They will not be good all day.
Alcohol is not as effective as yoga.
Yoga can produce natural stimuli without a sense of aftermath.
Yoga can also create a feeling of self-confidence.
The increase in vitality due to the practice of yoga cannot be duplicated by drugs.
This is not to say that you have to give up to have a high level of vitality or to make significant progress in yoga.
But if you do have a habit of drinking alcohol, control your alcohol consumption so that you can avoid the distortion and permanent brain damage caused by most alcohols.