2. Water to be taken just enough to address thirst. Not liters. In conditions like diabetes, wounds, eye problems the barest minimum is advised.
3. Vegetables to be limited in quantity, and rice and wheat to be the main substantial meal. Not 'lots of vegetables', as sometimes followed today. Sprouts are not advised, and can damage the eyes.
4. Two or three meals a day is advised, and not many small portions. Food is to be taken to half stomach. Water fills a quarter, and air a quarter.
5. Curds is not to be had daily, and never at night. Only in winters, never at nights. And always added with honey or moong dal or amla.
6. Honey is never to be had with hot water, or with anything hot.
Sprouts are an unhealthy food - and to be had rarely. They can hurt the eyes.
10. Rice is to be strained and the strained starched can also be drunk seperately. (pressure cooked rice is heavier, and is ok only in winters).
11.Diabetics need to move to millets, and both rice and wheat increase sugar !!
13 For skin conditions the food restrictions are very precise - no milk, curd, sour items, jaggery, fish, urad dal, til.
The reductionist system of modern medicine seems to stumble - because though the molecules in some foods seem to match, the body accepts certian foods differently from certian others.