Chaitow, Leon

Principles of fasting


DKK 80,00

Fasting has steadily grown in popularity and evidence suggests there is no more powerful healing method. By allowing the body to rest and heal itself naturally, fasting not only restores energy and well-being but also treats conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis, psoriasis and eczema. The use of the word “controlled” is meant to indicate that there are right and wrong ways of fasting, and just what should and should not be done when a fast is undertaken ( to ensure both safety and effectiveness) is very carefully outlined as we look at the long history and the use of fasting for health

Thorsons 1996

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INDHOLD: Caution. – What is fasting? – Fasting defined. – FAsting is not stravation. – Right and wrong ways of fasting. – First choice in fever. – Long or short fasts? – What prevents the wider use of fasting. – Drawbacks. – An effective comrpomise. – What you need to know. – Fasting. Ancient and modern. – Fasting for health. – Clinical research. – What diseases are helped by fasting? – Other conditions and fasting. – The effects of fasting. – What’s to be done about the stress of life? – Natural healing objectives. – Fasting’s anti-ageing potential. – When to eat when not to fast. – What are the risks? – Contradictions to fasting beyond 48 hours. – Common side-effects of fasting. – Clinical test during long-term fasting (more than four days). – How to fast and how to stop fasting. – Long fast or short fast. – What happens on a normal total (water – only) fast? – Before you begin. – What experts advise for breaking a water-only fast. – The many ways of fasting. – Neutral baths. – Aroma therapy. – Anti-nausea acupressure point. – The spiritual dimension. – References.- Uindbundet. – 117 sider. – Pænt eksemplar.