The question may sound awkward and perhaps funny too. I am concerned about how long you need to wait after a meal to start on the next one. The general impression is that feeling hungry is a good indicator that it is time for your next meal. All the answers available online to the question of how long it takes for food to digest, hover around the 75-hour range. This creates the awareness that we eat a meal before the previous meal has completed the digestion process. If you are an expert in this field I would be much obliged if you care to discuss. Many thanks.
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Excellent! Very well put.. I love your tactfulness! :)
It does help indeed! Thanks a lot for the info. I am feeling hungry already!
Two months ago, I switched from eating a typical American diet based around meat dishes to raw-vegetarian. I have to agree with all you're saying. I dropped from a 48 hour digestive cycle down to 26 hours. I couldn't believe it.
Thanks Doctor, grazing is a great idea but that way the system does not get much of a rest right? Thanks for your opinion. :)
Great info, useful indeed. Thanks for posting here. (looks like you ARE an expert on this topic too!)
Sure, people say that when your timing is wrong where eating habits are concerned. many maladies could surface. Thanks for reading my question and posting here. :)
I like the idea of making up for the loss of appetite. Thanks for writing your thoughts here! :)
Yeah, they say drinking too much water with a meal messes up the digestive process. Thank you for your very interesting response. :)
Thanks for the link. I always respond to hunger generously as I consider it a serious appeal from the system.
As I am a biochemist, this topic would require several hours of lecture and I do not want to do it an injustice by giving you and incomplete answer.
I completely agree! I was just writing about it in my new hub to answer this question!