Food should be eaten regularly on a clock-like schedule. Two to three meals a day depending on how active you are. The largest meal should be in the morning and the lightest meal at night. This means you eat breakfast like a king, lunch like a queen, and dinner like a pauper. You should not eat fruits and vegetables at the same meal because that causes indigestion. You should have four hours between meals and eat the last meal four hours before bed. Eating too close to bed causes disruption in the body at night and you will wake up feeling as if you haven’t rested. Don’t eat and drink together. Wait fifteen minutes to eat after you drink and wait forty-five minutes to drink after you eat. This prevents destroying stomach acid that helps you digest properly. And Chew, chew, chew your food.