Fasting Protocols

 
Dna Regeneration DetoxFasting protocols is the complete abstention from all food, supplements, juices, protein/electrolyte drinks, etc. Only clean water is taken. The water should have a neutral pH range not too alkaline, not too acidic. Don’t fall for the alkaline water scam to alkalize your body!

Fruit juice cleanses or fruit cleanses are very effective in alkalizing the interstitial cellular fluid with nutritional electrolyte water-rich structured water. They are very powerful regenerative detoxification protocols for those who are physically not ready for more intense fasting protocols.  

During no-calorie fasting protocols, the body first uses up carbohydrate stores (mostly glycogen). The body will continue. burning fat.  Fat stores remain to be metabolized for fuel (ketosis). When fat stores have been metabolized past certain minimum levels, rapid autolysis of protein structures (starvation) occurs. As the body continues fasting, it scavenges any and all superfluous fat stores, abnormal tissues, adhesions, fibrous growths, etc., which undergo autolysis and subsequent gluconeogenesis. All important organs and structures are preserved during fasting.

Gluconeogenesis is the metabolic process by which organisms produce sugars (namely glucose) for catabolic reactions from non-carbohydrate precursors. Glucose is the only energy source used by the brain (with the exception of ketone bodies during times of fasting), testes, erythrocytes, and the kidney medulla. In mammals, this process occurs in the liver and kidneys.

Growth and healing continue, but these processes slow during extended fasts. There is a point especially with water fasting then the body gets depleted of nutrients and at this point, it’s important to break the fast and start a gentle re-feeding program. Various “healing crises” may occur during the fast, which reflect the intelligent innate control of tissue repair and optimal healing. During this time, our body is working at the rate that it knows can best restore health. Clear and prominent signs are given by our body before it moves into critical protein breakdown (starvation). 

“Everyone has a doctor in him; we just have to help him in his work. The natural healing force within each one of us is the greatest force in getting well. …to eat when you are sick, is to feed your sickness.” Hippocrates, one of the three fathers of Western medicine.

Fasting is an ideal context for tremendous bodily healing. Fasting is not a cure. During fasting, we awaken the resplendent wisdom of the living body dictating the absolute best way for healing to proceed. The most difficult thing for everyone is to do nothing and get things done. Simply set fasting is the context and structure for the workings of our body’s own magnificent self-healing powers.

Dry Fasting Protocol

Dry Fasting Dry fasting protocol, dry fasting also called ‘absolute’ fasting,  requires one to forego both food and liquid, in any form. Even water, which is usually allowed in fasting protocols. Short dry fast can have amazing benefits to initiate better kidney filtration. Dry fasting is suddenly catching a lot of attention all over the world. One has to tread carefully, as with any fasting protocol, and make sure you do it safely. The first question everyone asks: “Wouldn’t I get dehydrated?”

“The more toxins you clean out from the body, the better your organs and cells work, the less acidic you are, and the easier it is for the body to allow fat loss.” ― Luke Coutinho, 

Dry fasting is the most effective way of fasting, because this is the fast you practice every night when you sleep. This is a precious time for the body to clean up brain, body and emotional debris.  Therefore dry fasting is  an extremely beneficial fasting protocol to cell regeneration and repair, if we do it safely with the right preparations. During a dry fast, the body survives on so-called endogenous or metabolic water, produced internally as a result of metabolising fat tissue.

In dry fasting, we eliminate water as well as food. There are two types of dry fasting – dry-dry fast and wet-dry fast. Wet dry fast is where you brush your teeth with water, take a shower, and wash your face or swim in a waterfall or river and absorb water through your skin.  A dry dry fast is a fast where you do not come in touch with water at all – yes, total abstinence.

What makes it interesting is the convenience it offers. Dry fasting could be practiced in intermittent periods, alternate days, periodically, whatever suits you. In the state where your body doesn’t get food or water, it starts the process of utilising everything available for energy, not only for food but also water – that too at the cellular level. This sort of extreme fasting will obviously put your body in distress when you didn’t prepare properly or do it for a too long extended period of time. As it gets more stressed out to find more water and nutritional support. Just extend your daily night fast to 16, 24 or 36 hours. 

Water Fasting Protocol

Water Fasting Water Fasting Protocol is a highly regulated bodily process that occurs during the complete abstention from all food, supplements, protein/electrolyte drinks, etc. Only clean water is taken as desired. Fasting begins when carbohydrate stores (mostly glycogen) are depleted.
 
This happens within 12-24 hours. Fasting can continue as long as fat stores remain to be metabolized for fuel (ketosis). This usually takes 5 to 6 weeks for the average person, with a longer period allowed for conditions of obesity, and a shorter period for those who are very thin.
 
When fat stores have been metabolized past certain minimum levels, rapid autolysis of protein structures (starvation) occurs.  Various hormones come into play during an extended fast, which includes the sustained increase of plasma growth hormone and adrenocorticotropin levels, significantly affecting ketosis and cellular protein conservation. Also, the pancreatic release of insulin is considerably diminished. As the body continues fasting, it scavenges any and all superfluous fat stores, abnormal tissues, adhesions, fibrous growths, etc., which undergo autolysis and subsequent gluconeogenesis. All important organs and structures are preserved during fasting.
 
Growth and healing continue, but these processes slow during extended fasts.  Various “healing crises” may occur during the fast, which reflect the intelligent innate control of tissue repair and optimal healing. During this time, our body is working at the rate that it knows can best restore health. Clear and prominent signs are given by our body before it moves into critical protein breakdown (starvation). 

Intermittent Fasting Protocol

Intermittent Fasting Protocol

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