Terasi wrote:For a layperson with job, would it be wise to try not to eat lunch?
If some times in order to socialise, we have to eat lunch with other people, would the irregularity harm the stomach (especially a stomach with history of ulcer)?
If you were to "skip" one meal, lunch should not be the one . If you were to miss 2 , lunch should not be the one. Socializing and eating do not have to be equal , au-contraire they can be beneficial as opposites . Ulcer is from an unhealthy system (body-more specific digestive system) , skipping one or two meals (that are seen as normal in modern society) and eating proper foods at the other(s) will quickly solve that problem . Bacteria is in all of us, and is a must for us to be alive, killing it as many scientists propose is in fact doing same to ourselves. Again if some need "links/proof" of this it can be acquired with relative ease through google searches .
Best of health to you and good luck with your own healing, kindly pass on lunch only as your last meal or in time of fasting .
Hanzze , bacteria does enjoy a stressful system , well said, and it can thrive in a healthy relaxed system as well, each will reap that which they sow. Bacteria is there to start life and as well to finish it.