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Mixed starvation provides for the use of vegetable and fruit purees instead of juices, so that the body is more saturated due to their fibers. In this diet may be added emollients, for example, avocados or olive oil to increase the fat content. This slows the elimination of toxins, as the energy expenditure on digestion increases, but this method has the advantage that its use is associated with less hunger, and the fibers that are contained in the puree capture the toxins present in the intestine and out, preventing them from re-entering blood flow.
As a detoxification program, mixed starvation has an average to high intensity, the means used in it are an integral part of my purification program.
Fasting, although it speeds up the removal of toxins from tissues, can be harmful to health. It blocks access to the body of nutrients that facilitate processing and neutralization
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- Determination of fasting
Food can conveniently be divided into two phases - positive and negative - depending on whether it is a period of proper nutrition or a period of abstinence from food. Negative nutrition is indicated by the terms "starvation," "exhaustion," "exhaustion." But fasting and exhaustion are different phenomena, clearly different from each other, while exhaustion encompasses both processes. The word "fasting"
- Justification of fasting
We are fasting for the ultimate good and we have the right to demand that the result for which we are hungry must necessarily justify this means of achieving it. A man or woman who has to decide whether to starve or not to starve, has the right to ask: What will be the benefit of the fact that I will give up taste pleasure for the time being? Before we start starving, we have the right
- Fasting in humans
Man is an animal and as such is subject to the same laws of being and conditions of existence as other animals. As part of a large organic world, it is not a being fenced off from ordinary and constant living conditions, governed by laws and the requirements of existence. It is not surprising, therefore, that we find a person not only able to fast for a long time and do this with
- Starvation and cachexia
Pathogenesis Starvation, prolonged malnutrition, cachexia lead to cardiac disorders that are accompanied by a decrease in myocardial mass, usually proportionally smaller than a decrease in body weight due to muscular fiber atrophy, degenerative changes in the myocardium and HF. Pathological anatomy During starvation, the vacuolization of myofibrils is microscopically noted,
- Juice fasting
With juice starvation, you only eat freshly squeezed vegetable and fruit juices and herbal infusions. The intensity of detoxification with this method is somewhat lower than in water starvation, but it is still very high. Juices provide the body with nutrients necessary for both phases of hepatic detoxification. It should be predominantly green (vegetable) and a small amount
Starvation is a pathological process caused by adaptation to calorie deficiency, food substrates and irreplaceable food components. Fasting (substrate-energy deficiency) can be the result of inadequate nutrition, or those mental, oncological, gastroenterological, endocrine disorders that make the intake and assimilation of food impossible. The most common causes
- Water starvation
Water starvation - the most intense form of detoxification, which involves the use of only water alone. Spiritual leaders resorted to him, including Jesus and the Buddha. As soon as the signal of entry into the detoxification mode is turned on, tissues release toxins and mucus into the blood and lymphatic systems, and this happens continuously. The process of separation becomes more and more every day
- Therapeutic starvation: "for" and "against"
Fasting can become the first step to healing. It is no accident that it occupies a prominent place in all religious beliefs. Abstinence in food, fasting is considered as an indispensable condition of spiritual and physical purification and health of a person. What, in my opinion, is the therapeutic effect of starvation? At the first stage, it relieves overwhelming burden from all organs and systems of the body, gives
- Work of the intestines during fasting
After digestion of food taken before starvation, the intestine practically ceases to function. He takes rest., Dr. Oswald writes: "The large intestine shrinks and the thin retains only the most irritating slags." Sometimes the first three or four days of fasting the intestines continue to function regularly.In rare cases, even after 15 or more days of fasting, diarrhea develops.
- Fasting is not fatal exhaustion
The word "starveyshn" (exhaustion) comes from the Old English "storphan", which meant "to die." Today it is used almost always to refer to "death from the lack of food." When we tell an ordinary person and even an ordinary physician about starvation, he immediately draws himself a picture of the terrible consequences that he thinks must inevitably occur due to deprivation of his food even for several days.
- Prolonged fasting rights
Previously, it was shown that animals can do without food for a long time without harming the body or individual organs. It is often objected that although animals can do this, a person is not able. For there are still those who place man beyond the universal laws of Nature and make an exception for him. Nevertheless, the facts prove that a person can also manage for a long time
- Does starvation cure?
If the disease is the healing power of the body, does the disease heal the disease? If there is no curative remedy for diseases and it does not need a cure, then is starvation itself a curative remedy? For us there are not twelve thousand diseases, but only many local conditions that result from a general systematic disorder. We seek not to cure the disease, but to eliminate the causes
- The ability to starve and survive
From the above, it can be seen that a person's fasting is practiced under equally different circumstances, as living beings of the lower forms of life, and for many reasons of adaptation and survival. Fasting is an important part of a person's life right up until the present time when we have a fetish and a ridiculous fear of losing food even for a day. It is quite obvious that
- MIXED DISTROPHIES
Mixed dystrophies are morphological manifestations of disturbed metabolism, which are detected both in the parenchyma and in the stroma of organs and tissues that arise when the complex proteins are interrupted-endogenous pigments (chromoproteins), nucleoproteins, lipoproteins and
- Mixed dystrophy
1. What pigments are formed in the physiological decay of red blood cells? a) hematinum b) hematoidin c) hemosiderin d) lipofuscin e) melanin Correct answer: in 2. What pigment provides bronze skin color with Addison's disease? a) bilirubin b) lipochrom c) ceroid d) melanin e) biliverdin Correct answer: d 3. What is characteristic of brown atrophy? a) augmentation of the heart b) accumulation of fat in the epicardium
- Mixed violations of CBS
Complex (mixed) disorders of the acid-base state occur most often when there are simultaneously lung and kidney diseases, when the action of compensatory mechanisms is suppressed or when artificial ventilation is used. For example, sedatives or drugs can suppress or reduce the compensatory response in the form of hyperpnoea to metabolic acidosis, causing