The Principles and Practice of Fasting



Fasting is commonly found among many creatures, including human, that a diseased body neither demand nor desires food, until rested and purified. Such lack a hunger generally occurs in an actual illness.
Followed sensitively, fasting-voluntary denial of food to a disease system-is a scientific method for riding the system of disease tissue and morvid matter.
A fast undertaken when the body insane declines food is invariably accompanied by beneficial result.

Fasting is quite distinct from starvation, where the body need and seeks nourishment, but is a deprived of it . Fasting commences with the voluntary omission of the fast meal that the body does not need, and ends of with the return of natural hunger. Starvation only begins with natural hunger. The continued denial of the body’s need is invariably followed by disastrous Consequences. While fasting nurtures life and health, starvation tortures it.

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