Intermittent Fasting

Intermittent Fasting

Book Cover: Intermittent Fasting

by Martha Rowe

For the time of the evolution, humankind had to fast so many times that the body has developed the perfect defense mechanism against starvation death. Beginning as early as from the third day of fasting, it is sufficient to consume only 100–200 grams of one’s fat per day to provide the body with energy fully. The reserve of minerals and salts in the body is enough for a few months of existence. A record of fasting documented in medicine is over 250 days, at this, with health improvement afterward. As a rule, in the absence of food in extreme conditions, a cause of human death is not a lack of diet but psychological stress.

In recent years, one–day fasting became popular. Of course, in comparison with long-term fasting, they have a weaker effect. However, under certain conditions, the effect of even one–day fasting once a week, can increase dramatically. To achieve this, one–day fasting should be regularly repeated. Professor of Medicine Koda Mitsuo, famous for his research in the field of fasting, says the following:


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