Vedic rules for a healthy diet
Manu or manu (Skt.) Is the title by which in the texts of Hinduism they call the progenitor of the human race. Manu is also the first king to rule the earth and the only person saved by Vishnu from the global flood (see Matsya). Manu possess great piety and wisdom.
Manu-smriti (Sanskr), also known as Manu-samhita, Manawa-dharmashastra (Sanskr) and the Laws of Manu - a monument of ancient Indian law, an ancient Indian collection of religious, moral and legal prescriptions, attributed by tradition to the legendary ancestor of mankind - Manu. It is one of the nineteen dharma-sastras that are included in the smrti literature.
These rules are given in Manu Samhita. People in Vedic civilization knew these rules and followed them.
Proper Nutrition - Eating ALL YOURSELF
Why do people eat a lot? Because they are trying to satisfy hunger. No, not physical hunger. They are trying to satisfy ALL their hunger. But this is impossible to do, filling your stomach with different trash. How can one satisfy the hunger for the truth of Love, the hunger for the Divine Light, the hunger for communicating with the One who understands you, etc., eating enough of material food? No way. You must understand that you are really starving even when you are lying on the couch in front of the TV with stomachs stretched to incredible sizes.
At the same time, the true food that will satisfy you is always nearby. It is only necessary to remove the veil of limitation from your consciousness.