A little dal, a little rice, some vegetable and a few chapatties is a substantial diet, along with a little fruit and milk.
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[Posted May 19, 2007]
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KRSNA Food: milk is also healthfood




A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami





farm milkReuters - May 18, 2007  Drinking farm milk may cut asthma risk
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Consumption of farm milk appears to reduce the risk of asthma and allergy, according to findings from a European study.

"All the children drinking unpasteurized farm milk and eating other farm-related dairy products showed the same level of protection against asthma and allergies, regardless of whether they were living on a farm or not," lead author Dr. Marco Waser, from the University of Basel in Switzerland, said in a statement. The benefits were greatest when consumption of farm milk began during the first year of life, he added. go to story


This body belongs to Krishna
excerpt from Letter to Koumadaki, Australia, March 27, 1972
Got Milk?

Is Milk for Everyone? Hare Krsna devi dasi

IF MILK IS SO BENEFICIAL, WHY IS there so much controversy about it? The controversy on milk dates back to the 1950s through the 1970s. During that time, international relief agencies gave out millions of tons of surplus milk at home and abroad. They received many complaints that people who drank the milk suffered severe gas pains, cramps, and diarrhea. Was the powdered milk poisoned? Was it mixed with polluted water? No, that wasn’t the problem. more

Because this body belongs to Krishna, and we are using it in His service, it should be kept in good working order. A little dal, a little rice, some vegetable and a few chapatties is a substantial diet, along with a little fruit and milk. Two cups of milk a day is sufficient. The Ayurvedic system of eating is to decide how much you can comfortably eat, then take half of that amount, filling the remaining half one quarter with water and leaving one quarter for air. This simple, regulated diet along with strict cleanliness will keep one healthy, strong and free from disease.


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