Originally posted by The Sword
reply to post by Jean Paul Zodeaux
Fasting isn't for everyone.
The link says that diabetes responds to fasting. Yes, your blood sugar is likely to drop to a dangerous level if you fast.
I've fasted but then again, I don't have any medical conditions that would be aggravated by it.
Want to bet that some poor schmuck is going to read that link, fast and then die or suffer dire health consequences?
Yep, and fasting also causes neurons to die. Without food, the body must burn fat for glucose. During that time, nerves are destroyed, causing
neuropathy. Fasting is not good for the body. 6 to 8 very small meals a day consisting of protein and veggies/friut are all we need to be thin and
It was their low fat/ high carb diet the "experts" said was healthy. All that did, with other factors, was create fat diabetics.
Why did people stay thin before that? Eating some fat with carbs helps keep the blood sugar level. People used to make dinner instead of eating out.
They ate well balanced meals, not a plate of pasta claiming " well, it's low in fat". Yes it is, but man you wouldn't believe what it does to the
liver and pancreas.
Keep that liver healthy folks!!!! Look up what all it does, you'll see it's the key to good health and good metabolism.