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hat can a person do
on erev Yom
Kippur to make the
following day's fast easier?
What foods do rabbis and
doctors recommend for the
prefast menu?
Rabbi Ephraim Kanar-
fogel, spiritual leader of
Cong. Beth Aaron in
Teaneck,N.J., notes, first of
all, that eating on erev Yom
Kippur is a mitzvah.
"Indeed," Rabbi Kanarfogel
comments, "the Talmud de-
rives, from a verse in
Leviticus, that the mitzvah
of eating on the ninth of
Tishri, erev Yom Kippur, is
akin to fasting on the 10th of
Tishri. Our sages tell us that
we can even reduce our per-
formance of mitzvot such as
learning Torah on erev Yom
Kippur in order to fulfill the
mitzvah of eating."
By tradition, Rabbi Kanar-
fogel says, the pre-fast meal
is a fleishig one, and the
custom is to eat chicken.
"Our sages tell us to eat
foods on erev Yom Kippur
that are easily digested,"
Rabbi Kanarfogel adds.
"That's true for a number of
reasons. First, we want to be
comfortable on Yom Kippur,
so that we can concentrate
on our davening, and also,
we want to avoid a bloated
feeling because it can lead to
the type of haughtiness that
is the antithesis of what
Yom Kippur is all about."
Rabbi Kanarfogel stresses
that people who question
whether their health per-
mits them to fast should not
make the decision on their
own, but should consult
their rabbis, who will decide
using input from the per-
son's physician. "The fast is
very important," Rabbi
Kanarfogel observes, "but it
is not meant to bring harm
to people. At the same time,
if one is permitted to fast, he
should do so, even if he can't
spend every moment in shul,
and even if, for example, he
has to lie down in order to
complete the fast."
Eat frequent, smaller
meals on erev Yom Kippur,
rather than just one very
large meal immediately
before the fast, advises
Azriel Haimowitz, a car-
diologist in New York. A
very large meal right before
the fast would "rev up the
endocrine system" in the
short run, but produce a
"nadir" later on, he ex-

plains, and "you'll be starv-
ing around 3 p.m. on Yom
Kippur." Dr. Haimowitz
recommends a large intake
of "carbohydrates like
pasta" on erev Yom Kippur.
"Drink a lot of fluids," he
suggests, and "avoid salty
foods." Both Dr. Haimowitz
and Steven Schuss, a
pediatrician, discourage a
large intake of sweetened
drinks, such as soda, on erev
Yom Kippur. "Soda will
make you thirsty later on,"
Dr. Schuss says.
Simple sugars should be
avoided, Dr. Haimowitz
adds. "Loading up on candy
bars before the fast is not a
good idea," he says. Dr.
Haimowitz notes that the
advice he gives Yom Kippur
fasters is similar to the ad-

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Rabbi Kanarfogel
cites a custom to
eat kreplach.

vice that he offers to
marathon runners and ap-
plies to people of all ages. As
an added precaution, he
urges older people who are
prone to dehydration not to
rise abruptly from a sitting
or lying position while they
are fasting.
Dr. Schuss adds two fur-
ther bits of advice. First,
people who generally con-
sume a large amount of caf-
feine should begin gradually
reducing the intake at least
a week before the fast. "A
sudden caffeine withdrawal
on Yom Kippur can lead to
headaches and extreme
discomfort," Dr. Schuss
warns.
• In addition, Dr. Schuss
urges children to heed the
halachic stricture against
fasting at too young an age.
"Don't do it (fast) if you don't
have to," he cautions. "The
negative effects of fasting if
your body isn't ready for it
can include dehydration and
chemical imbalances."
Rabbi Kanarfogel cites a
custom to eat kreplach on
erev Yom Kippur. The meat
inside the kreplach sym-
bolizes the Almighty's at-
tribute of strict justice,
Rabbi Kanarfogel explains,
and the dough around the
meat symbolizes the
enveloping of that aspect of
the Almighty by the quality
of mercy. "That's what we
pray for on Yom Kippur,"
Rabbi Kanarfogel concludes
"for God's mercy to prevail
over the strict letter of the
law." ❑

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