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Fasting Does Not Cure

08 Nov 2008 03:45 - 13 Nov 2008 02:38 #1335 by Jordan
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Fasting in itself cures nothing. Fasting temporarily lessens the chronic toxic cell saturating conditions that the body’s organs face 24/7. During the fast the body quickly takes advantage of a much less toxic load and begins to regenerate towards its normal functioning condition. During this regeneration the body will try its best to repair the cells of any diseased organs; including the condition of MS.

Jordan OHara, PSP

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11 Nov 2008 03:07 #1338 by TheFastDoctor
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Excellent post Jordan.. I agree: fasting per se does not cure. But it does create an environment within which our innate curing mechanisms can work unhindered.

Firstly the immune system is no longer burdened by all the antigens in food. Bear in mind that there is NO food that is NOT toxic: None can be injected into the bloodstream safely. Between the intestine and the blood there's an intricate filtering system continually filtering what is absorbed from the digestive system. This occupies full time, about one third of the immune system. The observation in line with this is that natural organisms -animals and small children- typically lose appetite when infected. It is only because of brainwashing that we adults cling to the unhealthy habit of forcing food into sick people.

Secondly, during a fast, the body still needs sustenance. So it "turns on itself" using non essential tissues first. In this manner, the old, diseased and weak cells are used first. Thus the tissues are renewed by removing inferior components. In effect it partly reverses the aging process.

Whilst MS is considered incurable, the correct diet, lifestyle and regular fasting may help stave it off indefinitely.


All my posts are "generic", based on my opinions and experiences only and are not intended to replace the advice of your own licensed medical practitioner.

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