The research and studies are still going on, on the subject. But, otherwise, it is well established, that we should have Only Fruits for Breakfast. Fruits in the morning hours is very beneficial for health and is very effective in handling even in chronic fatal ailments like Cancer.
Reasons from Ayurvedic & Modern Science Perspective:
Sweet taste is comprised of Earth + Water and Sour is Earth + Fire, and as such, fruits which are sweet and sour, could seriously vitiate Kapha in the body if consumed in late evening or night time.
As high in Ojas (Subtle component of Kapha), adds to Kapha (Plasma Chyle, The Sustaining Force), it gives energy boosts up the body metabolism (which actually is due to phytochemicals present in the fruits), which we really do not want to be doing that as obviously high metabolism and energy would not let us have a peaceful night’s sleep.
Fruits are full of The Natural Sugar, Fructose, which though easily digestible, assimilates and gets absorbed in the body easily, should not be taken or taken in minimal quantities (at around or after Sunset), as the solar energy is then not available, and the body metabolism is at the low point. Also, 0600 PM – 1000 PM is the Kapha Time, before the end of which we should preferably go to sleep.
Just to add the benefits of fruits consumption, is that they are very effective in cleansing the system, as they are full of Dietary Fibre, and would soon relieve one of his or her chronic constipation (Grapes).
After the full night’s sleep, there is dryness in the body (The Sweating too contributes to this), and what better internal healthy moisturising agent that fruits (Due high Water content; Sweet = earth + Water).
Sweet (or मधु in Hindi) gets digested before any other taste, and hence must be eaten before any other meals. Thus Fruits (Mostly Sweet….and Sour) must be the first thing in the morning, to keep the digestive system intact.
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