The Hardest Thing About A Fasting Lifestyle


It’s not hunger pain nor watching people eat sugar laden treats. After reading 12 books on therapeutic fasting, reading countless research papers on the healing power of autophagy, and then experiencing the healing power within myself. The hardest thing is watching people I care about accept declining heath and autoimmune diseases that others are managing or arresting with fasting. I don’t know if it is fear of regularly skipping a few meals or they think its just nonsense. Maybe it’s me. Maybe I’m just not a credible person. I’ve been in this lifestyle now for 4 years and in that time I’ve attended funerals of people who had health issues just like other people I see posting in fasting groups that they are now completely free of the diseases that my friends have succumbed to.

It can’t be forced. We have free-will. We can do as we please. We can weigh the hunger pain for skipping breakfast every day or filling an early grave. Or maybe not. Maybe some say it won’t be my time to go. Maybe my doctor can save me and I can keep living as I am.

All I can do is keep on keeping-on turning back the clock on my body improving my stamina and cognitive agility and pray every day that they are moved to give it a try.


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