You can starve only after cleansing the intestines, liver and ascending colon, when the entire intestinal tract is freed from feces and its functions are restored. Otherwise, poisoning of the body by tissue decomposition products is possible.
Fasting can be the first step to healing. But complete and prolonged starvation (from 3 days and further on, well-being) is shown only to those people whose constitution allows to suffer significant weight loss.
Starvation is more easily tolerated if a person leads an active lifestyle: takes walks in the fresh air, runs jogging, douses himself with water. Psychological attitude, optimism, faith in success – a very important aspect of therapeutic fasting.
If the patient has adapted to cold spills on the ground, he has no ulcers, the gastrointestinal tract functions within normal limits and the body is not depleted by the disease (I, II, in exceptional cases – stage III cancer), then he can successfully apply dry fasting ( without food and water, from 12 to 42 hours), which is highly effective in the treatment of the tumor process of any localization.
In the fight against the malignant process, it is important not only to kill the cancer cells, but also to remove the already dead oncological tissue from the body. Dry fasting is one of the methods of such cleaning, which must be connected to other methods of cleansing the body (phyto collection of the Zhivitsa system, cleaning of the intestines, liver and other basic cleaning methods have been published previously – see “MSS” No. 9, 1996; No. No. 4, 8, 1997). However, the most important thing happens on a spiritual level: if cold water awakens a person’s mind and consciousness, then dry fasting cleanses them (from bad thoughts, negative influences, etc.).
Let us analyze the basic rules of dry fasting, developed in detail in the system of P.K. Ivanov “Baby”.
1. Why is it necessary to fast for 42 hours? It is during this time that sodium is replaced by potassium at the cellular level. Sodium contributes to the conservation of organic substances in the cell, clogging it, potassium – on the contrary, improves metabolism, contributing to its purification.
2. One day of dry fasting is equivalent to three days of fasting in the water. During 42-hour dry fasting, the body is naturally cleansed of toxins, mucus, dead diseased cells, as self-cleaning mechanisms established by nature begin to work.
3. It is best to starve on Saturday from 6 p.m. Friday to 12 p.m. Sunday. The days of the week in themselves carry certain biofield features, and it is on Saturday that the body needs a break from food, which takes a huge amount of energy for its disposal and processing.
4. The way out of fasting should be gradual. For additional energy recharge, it is best, of course, to go out into the nature and stand barefoot on the ground for 30-60 seconds, breathing deeply, asking for health and merging mentally with nature. (If you systematically go out of fasting without recharging, complications from the gastrointestinal tract are possible.)
5. Patients with severe concomitant diseases (gastrointestinal, liver, endocrine system) should go into dry fasting gradually. It is necessary to begin fasting from 18 o’clock on Friday to 12 o’clock on Saturday afternoon. This time is enough to get rid of a certain amount of toxins, as well as to relax the gastrointestinal tract and to some extent the pancreas. Of course, prolonged fasting (especially dry) is a rather complicated and far from harmless (although very effective) process. In this case, arterial blood pressure may change, heart rhythm may be disturbed. As a rule, on the 4-7th day there is the appearance of a smell of acetone from the mouth, weakness, poor sleep. This is because the body has switched from carbohydrate metabolism to protein and fat metabolism, which means that the process of its healing has begun due to the normalization of biochemical, energy and other functions.
Before starting fasting on the water, it is necessary to eat only raw vegetables, fruits, nuts for 3-7 days (depending on the individual characteristics of the body and the patient’s well-being). Then you need to cleanse the intestines through enemas (so that the decomposition of food debris during fasting does not cause gas). Begin with a 24-hour fasting once or twice a week. As the body adapts to hungry days, the fasting time should be increased to 36, and subsequently up to 48 hours – once a week.
It is best to start fasting with lunch, giving up dinner and setting an enema. Then, during the set fasting time (24, 36 or 48 hours), do not take anything except water (if necessary). Drink water slowly, in small sips, holding it in the oral cavity and, as it were, savoring it. Water can be well, spring, melt, mineral (with pre-released gases), but in no case tap water.
During the first breakfast after starvation, you need to drink fruit (or vegetable) juice, half diluted with water.