So why dowe do this? What does eating warm actually do?

There are different philosophies about eating warm, especially in Chinese medicine which focuses on how warm foods move energy in your body. For example, it’s believed that spicy foods such as onion and cayenne pepper have a warming action, promoting energy to move upwards and outwards to the body’s surface, circulating the blood. They also are said to be useful to disperse mucus from the lungs. However, for purposes of this experiment, we are focused on eating and drinking warm in terms of temperature. The thinking is that raw or uncooked food can place a strain on our digestive systems forcing our bodies to work harder to break down food, ultimately taking more of our body’s energy in the process. As less energy is needed to create digestive heat, there’s more energy available to aid digestion and absorption of nutrients.

When raw foods are ingested, the body utilises its internal energy to warm the food up in order to digest optimally. Generally, cooked foods require less of the body’s energy to be processed.If too much raw or uncooked food is consumed, it can place a strain on those with sensitive digestive systems and can weaken it.

If you cool cooked food and eat it, it will cause acidity, gas, and not get absorbed into your body easily. Cooked food is easier for the body to absorb, hence humans do it.When food is heated it eliminates all the germs and bacteria and is hygenic.

The food that is fresh has a lot of energy and nutrition. Hot food is fresh and has a lot of energy. Food provides us with positive energy and as the duration passes the same energy becomes negative energy. So hot food is best, as it is easily digestible also.

to Conclude we would say warm food is the winner for your overall health. It will make digestion easier and prevent you from getting sick by bacteria.