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Why should we not eat without taking bath?

Now a day it is considered fashionable, more so among educated people to take bed tea and even

breakfast without taking bath. Under the bad influence of western culture, they even argue as to what’s the harm in eating before taking bath.

The answer lies in our scriptures which say that eating without a bath is like eating faeces.

“अस्नायी समलं भुक्ते”

Know about the interesting aspects related to this fact-

•According to medical science, bathing removes the scum of the body and the mouth gets cleaned with churning. This brings freshness and energy to the body, which naturally leads to hunger.

•The juice of food taken after bath is nutritious for our body whereas eating anything before bath requires our body to work extra hard to digest it.

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Know about the interesting aspects related to this fact-

•According to medical science, bathing removes the scum of the body and the mouth gets cleaned with churning. This brings freshness and energy to the body, which naturally leads to hunger.

•The juice of food taken after bath is nutritious for our body whereas eating anything before bath requires our body to work extra hard to digest it.

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•People who take food before a bath, complain of constipation and there is a possibility of many other diseases. Therefore, eating food before a bath is considered taboo.

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If necessary, sugarcane juice, water, milk, fruits, and medicine can be taken before bath as they have high water content so that they get digested quickly.

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Shubhi Mishra
Shubhi Mishra, Author Worldly Voice

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