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Posted by GwynJ on January 4, 2001 02:19:57 UTC

I don't think I'll create a conflict by saying the body takes a couple days to thoroughly digest and pass that which was last eaten.

As a THEORY (yes, I know, you asked for facts, but food for thought in case another reply delays):
When one SEEKS to meditate, hunger for food is set aside and the willful 'search' is enhanced for not being focused on bodily comforts. As you can imagine, someone who is actually starving, NOT by choice, focuses mainly on GIMME SOME FOOD. rightly so.

i find brie and triscuits pretty inspiring sometimes. but that's just me. :)

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