I only eat one meal per day, sometimes once every two days. Eating food takes a lot of time out of the day that could be spent better meditating on religion.
It's a good way to keep thin, I have never weighed over 200lbs and it also teaches you to accept hunger and learn to suppress it which is an important survival skill.https://www.nytimes.com/2019/06/04/well/eat/intermittent-fasting-made-my-life-easier-and-happier.html
Let's take a look at the typical meals of a Buddhist monk
Breakfast - Sweet potato, coconut with Lunumiris and desert watermelon
Lunch - Rice, bread fruit, gotu kola, beans, red fish curry and a banana
Dinner - yogurt and coffee
The Trianglist diet is very similar and involves the use of nootropic superfoods like turmeric and fish oil.