And yf nede constreyne the to chaunge thy custome, do it wysely, that is to wyte by lytel and lytell. And so by the grace of god thy chaungynge shall be good. But above al thynges beware that thou eate not tyle thou fele thy stomake empty and that it hath made good dygestyon of the fyrst meale. And this thou mayst knowe by the desyre that thou shalt have to thy meate: and by thy spatle that tornyth subtylly in thy mouthe. And yf thou eate without nede or appetyte the heate of thy stomake shall be made colde as yse. And yf necessyte be that thou must eate, & have an appetyte therto, the kynde heate of thy stomake wyll be as hote as fyre, & of good dygestyon. And beware that whan thy appetyte cometh that thou eate not forth with, for it wyll gadre yll humours of thy body in to thy stomake, whiche wyll hurte thy brayne. And yf thou tary over longe or thou eate, it wyl feble thy stomake, & the meate wyll do thy body no good. And yf so be that thou mayst not eate as soone as thy appetyte requyreth, and that thy stomake be ful of yll humours, do so that thou mayst vomyte or thou eate, & after the vomyte take an electuary, & eate surely.