Dry Fasting

dryfasting_mainDry fasting is one of the many diets that are available. Fashiongton Post explains what dry fasting is, how it works, and which diseases dry -fasting can cure.

Dry DietWhat is Dry Fasting ?

Dry fasting, also known as “dry diet”, is a form of fasting that has therapeutic and de-loading benefits. It involves completely avoiding all food and liquids including water. The optimal dry fasting period is 36 hours. This amount of dry fasting is thought to help the body detoxify and reboot. Dry fasting should not exceed 72 hours.

Idealy, you should only try dry fasting with your doctor’s permission, under the guidance of a dietitian, nutritionist or dietitian. It is not recommended to simply decide to practice dry fasting, without proper preparation and supervision. This is especially true for those with gastrointestinal problems.

Dry FastingHow to dry fast

The dry fasting advocates claim that the body will take fluid from its fat cells when it is lacking in liquid, causing fat to be broken down. This sounds tempting, particularly if you’re trying to reduce extra weight. Internal fluids help the body survive when it is deprived of water. The best time to practice a dry-diet is 36 hours. The body cannot handle any more weight, no matter how many extra pounds there are.

Dry FastingDry Fasting for treating diseases

It is prescribed for obesity of the first degree, hypertension (including high blood pressure), joint disease (osteochosis and osteoarthritis), nervous system disorders (migraines and vegetovascular Dystonia), bronchial asthma, skin conditions (neurodermatitis), and allergies.

The studies conducted on dry fasting have not provided enough evidence to support the claim that this type is curative and safe for the body. Therefore, experimenting with this type diet must be done very carefully.

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