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Fasting is #1 to reverse obesity

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17 May 2008 07:04 #763 by Epiphany
Epiphany created the topic: Fasting is #1 to reverse obesity


I truly believe, plus I'm a living testament that fasting is a great way to go to turn around your life in many ways. As far as dangers I don't think so, unless a person has known medical problems, in that case consult with your doctor before undertaking. That's a common sense conclusion. But personally during my fast to lose my 100+ lbs. I never had any problems at all, but granted I don't have health problems and I don't take medication.

To be brief all of these weight loss programs and \"diet\" pills are geared towards draining your pocket books. Its all about making money for them, while exploiting the public insecurites of being overweight. Its sad.

Fasting retrain your body and mind in so many great ways.

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25 Jun 2008 03:13 #892 by TheFastDoctor
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Beautiful formulation, consise and to the point.

It is really amazing how many marketing gurus have been able to convince how many people to part with their hard earned money, to buy stuff \"to lose weight\".

How in the world, I wonder, can you get something OUT by putting something IN?

IF putting some substance INTO your body causes you to lose weight, that substance must be a poison. Or you lose the weight of your wallet.

Of course I believe the same about blindly administered \"supplements\" that are typically only marketed in countries where people are severey OVERnourished. Their only function is to enrich the \"manufacturers\".

There is only one Manufacturer with no ulterior motives: \"Mother Nature\".

André

All my posts are "generic", based on my opinions and experiences only and are not intended to replace the advice of your own licensed medical practitioner.

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