'Yes' to after-dinner walk; 'No' to after-lunch walkI have read in various health magazines that we must not hit the bed immediately after dinner. The health experts tell us to have a light after-dinner walk before going to bed. But, at the same time, the heath experts forbid us to take a walk after lunch. Some experts even advise us to have a 'cat-nap' or 'beauty-sleep', if possible, after lunch.
On the other hand, we have also read that "Breakfast like a king, lunch like a queen and dinner like a beggar'. This basically means that lunch should be heavy and dinner should be light. If this is so, then why do we require to take rest after heavy lunch and have a light walk after light dinner?
Isn't it a puzzle? Who can solve this puzzle?