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20 Jan 2011 04:19 #5690 by FastHealing
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How to Keep Slim, Healthy and Young With Juice Fasting [Paperback]
Paavo Airola (Author) order from Amazon

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20 Jan 2011 05:32 #5692 by david
david replied the topic: Re: recommended book on juice fasting
We had most of the fasting books on our site before the upgrade listed on a library app. The book library component will be reinstalled soon.
Thanks for the info.

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20 Jan 2011 05:58 #5693 by GreenJuice
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Should not this be called Juice Feasting? It is not a fast as juice has more nutrients than solid food.

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20 Jan 2011 06:34 #5694 by FastHealing
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Perhaps it all depends on how much juice is consumed? If a lot of juice is consumed it could be looked upon as a feast. But if just enough juice is consumed to support minimal nutrition then perhaps it is not a feast but could be labled a minimal juice diet. How can it be called juice fasting when juice is a liquid food?

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20 Jan 2011 10:21 #5697 by TheFastDoctor
TheFastDoctor replied the topic: Re: recommended book on juice fasting
QuiteRight, FastHealing: When I try to put on weight, I go on a liquid diet: Saves me the schlepp of chewing, so it's easier to get more calories in. And yes, juice is a liquid food, actually a very nutritious one particularly if you prepare it fresh. I usually liquidize the whole fruit and do not filter the juice, thus it is the whole fruit. It can sustain one indefinitely.

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20 Jan 2011 17:18 #5700 by carolineq
carolineq replied the topic: Re: recommended book on juice fasting
I always fear my daughter eating too many sweet things... she could eat clementines all day long and satisfy herself and not eat anything else. So I have a background obsession with the health of sustaining oneself on fruit... I wonder if you really could. How would you get the other nutrients you need to survive and extend longeivity afterwards? Just a question for me as a mother, not a faster.

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20 Jan 2011 21:38 #5703 by TheFastDoctor
TheFastDoctor replied the topic: Re: recommended book on juice fasting
Dear, Dear carolineq, I don't believe you can easily have too much fruit.. after all, our ancesters were fruitarian. As long as she has to chew her fruit, her body will regulate how much she will have/need/eat. And I have once encountered a case of a Swede who became allergic to all food except oranges.. last time I heard, for 5 years he has had nothing but oranges.

If a tiny little egg can grow into a whole worm by consuming only apple, then for sure a variety of fruit can sustain a growing child. Don't be put off by what you see her eat. Rather see that she is growing and happy. Only if she becomes sickly should one investigate.

The body knows best.

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