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Allthough foods are not specifically defined in the panth here are list of more generic food which are broken down into rajo, tamo and sato..i got this from atam marg website long time ago:

i) tamoguna (ii) rajasguna (iii) satoguna

'tamas' food, includes intake of meat, fish, wine eggs etc. This food brings laziness to the man. He is likely to turn away from God and his God-consciousness is diminished. In 'rajas' is included pertaining of spicy and rich food for the sake of palate only. Heavy and rich food leads to numerous diseases.' Eat a bit less than your requirement. 'Satoguna' food includes partaking of vegetables, milk*, curd, butter and cereals etc.- It means purity of mind, purity of body, purity of speech, purity of clothes, and purity of thought.

*With the regards to milk, i heard from nihang singh that milk has tendency of increasing kaamic properties..thats the reason in punjabi tradition when couples get married prior to nuptial night, couples are given milk at the end of the wedding party.

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what about all those kids at nursery with there 3pm milk and naps....tut tut

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