Fasting is a completely natural healing therapy that has been used for thousands of years to aid, treat, and even cure many common maladies. It creates the same healing effects today.
And while modern medicine so often attempts to alleviate outer symptoms of a health condition, fasting affects healing from the inside out, getting to the actual source of the condition, helping to burn inferior cells and build new healthier cells and tissues.
Our bodies are capable of instigating their own perfect healing if we allow them the opportunity. Fasting is such an opportunity.
At AllAboutFasting, you will learn about the different methods of fasting along with each one's advantages and disadvantages, and the particulars on how to do them.
Here, you can discover the numerous benefits fasting creates in our lives, affecting us on all levels of our being, enhancing our lives in so many ways.
You'll find tips on how to make a fasting experience more pleasant, how to get the greatest benefit from a fast, techniques to aid in detoxing the wastes from your body, and how to take the greatest advantage of the opportunity fasting creates to clear out emotional baggage.
Never fasted before? There is information on easy one-day fasting that will "get your feet wet", so you can begin to experience the healing effects of this natural therapy.
Not ready for an all-out fast? Discover how cleansing diets can be used to gain the same benefits as fasting.
Introducing fasting to your life is easier than you think. Even just occasional short fasts will reward you with many insights and increased awareness. But no matter the length, fasting will take you on a journey full of life-changing experiences.
Confusion seems to arise as to whether this site promotes meat-eating or veganism. Let's set the record straight and talk about ideal diets. Ideal for whom? Each of us individually.
Nita shares her experience of breaking a fast improperly. Eating too much, too soon, has its consequences. Experience being the best teacher, she now knows to really slow down when ending a fast.
Neuroscientist, Mark Mattson, speaks out about his research findings in a TedX talk available on YouTube. He is the current Chief of the Laboratory of Neurosciences at the National Institute on Aging…