Can I work out during a fast?

It’s recommended that you do not work out during a fast if you’re not used to fasting. I would suggest that if it’s your first time fasting, try a fasting schedule of 5 days fasting per week 2 days eating, do that for 3 weeks to a month and then you can start working out while you fast. Video Reference.

What should I eat to break my fast?

Well the simple answer is eat juicy fruits, drink fresh-squeezed juice and juicy vegetables. You can also do soups. Pretty much anything that’s easily digestible and has a high water content. Check out this video for more information: video reference.

What water should I drink while fasting?

The absolute best water that you can manufacture yourself and drink for a fast would be what I like to call sun water. It’s basically distilled water that is solar-energized. Other than that I prefer distilled water, because it’s pure water with nothing in it. I believe that it definitely helps you detox during your fast versus any other kind of water. Video Reference.

Do I need to worry about electrolytes during a fast?

The short answer is no. Even if electrolyte deficiency due to fasting was a real thing (which I’m very certain it’s not), ask yourself, would you become electrolyte deficient so quickly? There’s so much false information out there about electrolyte deficiencies it’ll make your head spin. There’s always somebody coming up with some new answer about why electrolyte deficiency is real. You are experiencing a detox symptom. Muscle spasms, joint pain, headache etc… all of these are detox symptoms that are very common. Putting more toxins/contaminates in your body (inorganic minerals) in order to make the problem go away is just being counterproductive. 9 times out of 10 you’re having issues because you put a lot of inorganic minerals into your body. People don’t realize there’s two different types of minerals: the ones you get from plants would be organic minerals, the ones you get from a synthetic pill would be inorganic minerals. Our bodies can’t process this crap, so what happens is your body will put the inorganic minerals in your joints, the muscles, anywhere it can, to get it out of the way until it has an opportunity to process it out or detox it. When you fast, you finally give your body an opportunity to process that stuff out and now guess what, yeah it’s not very comfortable all the time, as it’s pulling rock-like minerals out of your tissue. Now of course what I’m telling you is going to be completely opposed to what you’re used to hearing, but that’s the whole point of this group and my YouTube channel, it’s to give you guys the information that you never heard before. All mainstream sources are going to tell you that you’re going to have electrolyte deficiencies. There’s no such thing as an electrolyte deficiency due to fasting. Fasting regulates the body. You’re going to say: “But Chris, your body can’t produce electrolytes”. Watch these videos and you can see how we were able to have blood work done while fasting to see if there was an electrolyte deficiency there. The other two videos are about vitamins. Video reference 1, video reference 2, video reference 3.

How do I avoid heartburn during a fast?

Drink warm water, sip water in small amounts, avoid putting anything in your water, attempt to sleep with your upper body slightly propped up.

Is it normal not to have a bowel movement during a fast?

Not having a bowel movement on your water fast is extremely normal. It lets you know your digestive system is low-functioning. You should be able to continue pushing out fecal matter, or better yet, it should have never got clogged up in you in the first place, so not having a bowel movement is just an indicator of that. You don’t realize it, but the same thing happens when you are eating, basically your intestines get so full that it just starts forcing stuff out vs it coming out naturally like it’s supposed to, so when you stop eating it doesn’t have that added pressure. You can always get a colonic or do a water enema during your fast.

How much water should I drink per day?

As a rule of thumb, 1 gallon per day is the recommended amount to drink. A lot of you will think that that is a tremendous amount of water to drink and I agree, because we typically drink just a fraction of that. Believe it or not, big or small, you can get to a point where you’re drinking 1 gallon a day, but I would recommend slowly working your way into it and never trying to force yourself. As soon as you wake up, try to drink your first 16oz before you do anything and space the rest out throughout the day, it should make it much easier for you to accomplish.

Can I do a liver and gallbladder flush without a gallbladder?

Yes, not only can you do it, but it’s recommended. I would incorporate the flush into a bi-annual regimen once you complete the initial flushes.

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