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Top 5 benefits of fasting. A recovered health!

Fasting has the main advantage of stimulating immune defenses, and cells renewal. Depending on its duration, fasting can detoxify, and renew the cells of many organs. Moreover, often blocking the normal function of organs such as kidneys, pancreas or liver, fatty masses are consumed improving their effectiveness with immediate effect.

This new rejuvenance of the organs greatly improves the processes of the body which is being revitalized. A real youth again!

At the psychic level, fasting can improve mental, emotional and decisional abilities.

Fasting has a real beneficial effect on health, when it is well managed. 

Why fasting?

Man since the dawn of time is supposed to run to find food. The body is biologically prepared for lack of food and scarcity. It is only in our modern times that we feed regularly, sometimes badly or too much. This surplus of food, and our sedentary lifestyle causes a global imbalance. Not to mention fast food, and industrial food, oily or toxic ingredients. 

Fasting, will place the body in a State of survival, which has the effect of consuming fats, renewing the cells, and regain its normal efficacy. Depending on its duration, fasting can consume viruses and internal bacteria to find the rest of energy, with an immediate health effect.

The different types of fasting.

Warning: before starting a fast, it is important to reduce your diet, and avoid malnutrition for at least a week. Consult your current doctor about your state of health.

During fasting, it is important to drink a lot of water, to help the large evacuation of toxins and other discharges.

After fasting, it is necessary to regain a normal diet gradually without throwing on hearty meals.

Intermittent fasting 

This fast is easy to practice for most people. It is about fasting during a short time, in a discontinuous manner, respecting a certain frequency. This requires some adjustments to find its rhythm. This can last from 1 to 3 days and can be often renewed.

Intermittent fasting, or 16/8: we spend 16h fasting. This gives the organism time to be detoxicated, and on a daily basis. Example: we eat at noon, then a snack at 4 pm, then in the evening we skip dinner. This has the advantage of fasting during sleep.

Intermittent fasting, from 5/2: normal diet for 5 days, fasting 2 days, and repeated every week. Depending on your ease you can improvise: 6/1 day, 4/3 days… Try and choose the formula that suits you.

Serious and long-lasting fasting.

These fast is are very diffciult but bring the biggest benefit. They do not require to be done often. It is necessary to take advice from a specialist and to be in good condition.

The one week fast
is better to seek advice at the beginning. This requires preparation and followed by a period readoption to a normal diet. This requires a large water supply and can last 6, 7 or even 8 days. 

A real way to lose weight.

Often unpleasant physical symptoms, and emotional episodes occur as you push your body into its last retrenchments and your brain will try to dissuade you. Detoxifying and cell regeneration are already very effective in a week. This fast is done one to two times a year. You can see some first effects such as disappearance of allergies and a better and a healthier skin. 

To prolong fasting after more than one week
This fast asks to be strong and requires a little more practice. Here we can see a real benefit globally, more energy and a great state of mind. At this moment it is really easy to add even more days of fasting. 

Fasting for 2 and 3 weeks
You must be followed by a specialist. It solicits the resources of the organs so much, that it may be necessary to take dietary supplements such as vitamins and minerals.


Fasting has a real health benefit. Benefits are indisputable in a society of malnutrition, such as fast food and where industrial and plution are omnipresent.

The common intoxication is not only nutritional but also psychic and fasting has the ability to perform a reboot and a cleansing of the whole body and mind.

It follows a recovered health and y new youth!


  1. simplysensationalfood simplysensationalfood Fri/Apr/2019

    I hear alot about these fasting diets personally I would prefer to eat regularly but balanced meals and exercise. But I guess it depends on individuals how the body reacts to fasting .

  2. brianmayroam brianmayroam Fri/Apr/2019

    I have Hindu and Muslim friends who fast and the older I get, the more I think it’s something I can handle. When I fly internationally, I sometimes don’t eat for more than 24 hours and it feels good.

  3. Lyosha Varezhkina Lyosha Varezhkina Wed/Apr/2019

    I do believe in benefits of fasting even though I am not religious. food limitation is for the better

  4. travelwisesr travelwisesr Tue/Apr/2019

    Good reading the benefits of fasting. Indian rituals list down fasting as a way of cleaning our system and is practiced widely during many festivals.


    I haven’t tried fasting before but my friend does it quite often for religious reasons. Not sure I could manage it myself.

  6. I’ve heard so many good things about intermittent fasting including from a friend of our son’s who lost a lot of weight from doing it. It takes discipline with eating and exercise, I’m sure.

  7. Snehal Snehal Mon/Apr/2019

    Having some issues in my belly these days. Would like to try 5/2 intermittent fsting for cleansing. ✔

  8. toastycritic toastycritic Sat/Apr/2019

    I have heard there are so many good thing which come from intermittent fasting. I know it’s helps with health, weight loss, and a ton of other things.

  9. Corina Corina Sat/Apr/2019

    I think fasting is very useful, given the fact that you are a very well informed person. If you do it right and listen to your body, it can have great results.

    xo Corina

  10. Whitney Kutch Whitney Kutch Fri/Apr/2019

    I really enjoy juice cleanses and fasts. There are definitely a ton of benefits to fasting!

  11. Elizabeth O Elizabeth O Fri/Apr/2019

    I think periodic fasts can be a terrific way to detox the body and reset our clock. I try to do at least 1-2 every year. I completed a 21 day fast in January and loved it.

  12. Lyosha Varezhkina Lyosha Varezhkina Fri/Apr/2019

    I agree fasting is very beneficial for health if done properly and under full control

  13. A Nation of Moms A Nation of Moms Fri/Apr/2019

    I have heard a lot of things lately about fasting. I don’t have a lot of luck with actually making it through a fast.. I get so hungry and cranky! But there are definitely some benefits that make sense.

    • Ben_C Ben_C Fri/Apr/2019

      Yest hat’s the difficulty but after 3 days you reach a cap and it is easier. You feel so good after that! A new you!

  14. Pooja Malkani Pooja Malkani Thu/Apr/2019

    I agree with your thoughts and it does work for some people but I am not in favor of fasting, instead I prefer reducing sugar and processed food. Simple eating which includes boiled veg and lentils

  15. Dr. K. Lee Banks Dr. K. Lee Banks Thu/Apr/2019

    I know I commented on your other fasting post, but this one is interesting, too. I’m not fasting in the traditional sense, but after a couple new health diagnoses, I’m going through somewhat of a detox and experiencing the effects of cutting out added sugars and gluten, and cutting back on carbs.

    • Ben_C Ben_C Fri/Apr/2019

      Thanks. Yes that the way to do it

  16. Thet Thet Wed/Apr/2019

    I agree that people who wants to try this need to seek for consultation and do some research if it is applicable to their health and lifestyle. It might do them more harm if they’ll rush and do it the wrong way.

  17. blair villanueva blair villanueva Wed/Apr/2019

    This is a lovely post about fasting. However, I don’t do fasting. I love food very much it is a nature’s blessings!

  18. Laura Dove Laura Dove Wed/Apr/2019

    My husband does intermittent fasting and yet for me it isnt something I would find beneficial. I struggle a lot with my blood sugars and need to eat little and often to stay healthy.

  19. Hannah Marie Hannah Marie Tue/Apr/2019

    I am on intermittent fasting now and I think it’s working well. Thank you for all of these information!

  20. Michael Michael Tue/Apr/2019

    I just wrote something about this too but with prayer. nice timing eh. Feel free to check my blog too!

  21. Tiffany Meiter Tiffany Meiter Tue/Apr/2019

    I have never tried fasting. I am not sure I am strong enough to fast, at least not for very long.

  22. Lori Bosworth Lori Bosworth Mon/Apr/2019

    I have tried a 7-day juice fast. I lost a few pounds and I found that I was definitely more mentally alert.

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