Generally speaking, yoga is best practiced on an empty stomach. If you have just finished eating, you should wait for two or three hours after the body is digested before practicing yoga, because yoga is not a strenuous exercise during practice, but there are some folding and bending movements. It is better to do it on an empty stomach. When doing yoga, food will move with the body in the stomach, which is not good for your health. And yoga not only acts on the body, but also on energy. If there is food in the stomach, energy cannot flow to every part of the body in a balanced manner. Most of the energy will flow to the digestive system for digestion of food and exercise. No benefit. Therefore, the best time to practice yoga is to practice on an empty stomach in the morning. If you eat plenty of food, you must wait at least three to four hours before you can practice. And after the practice, you have to wait half an hour before you can eat.
How long before yoga can not eat？
If you are a vegetarian before practicing yoga, it is best to practice after 2 and a half hours to 3 hours. If you eat meat, it is best to practice again after 3 and a half hours to 4 hours. However, eating a little fruit or drinking a glass of milk will not work. This is a big problem, especially for practitioners with low blood sugar, it is necessary to add a little sugar before practice. It is best to wait 30 minutes before eating after training. Most yoga schools require practitioners to eat moderately and be vegetarian. In fact, this is not necessarily true. Of course, in order to purify the body, choosing a lighter vegetarian diet is the way to health. People who practice yoga for a long time share the same feeling. They naturally reject meat and greasy foods. That’s because yoga moves thoroughly stimulate the body’s glands to normalize their endocrines and their diet tends to be normal. They don’t particularly prefer any type of food. Excessively processed greasy foods that are not good for the human body are naturally repelled in favor of light foods.