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Re: Fasting and liver, gallbladder...

hello, i did my first long (29 days) Water Fast in August/Sept. and had done a number of Liver Flushes over the course of a few years prior to this, (each one making me feel better.) I the WF never felt the return of hunger the way the books speak of it, and broke the fast anyway, just felt I needed to, and it was a bit difficult to regain a real appetite. It may well be that I interrupted a process that would have completed itself had I gone a bit longer. Since that time I keep thinking I needed another ten days or so, while I did notice a lot of improvements to my health. As i say though, it took a while after I broke fast to regain my energy and appetite--which tells me I broke too early. My focus since then has been to carefully build up my stores with lots of good fresh vegetable juices and fruits, and some fish, although I did go through a brief craving for hard cheese;something I generally try to avoid). The idea is to perhaps do another fast in December, of maybe ten days or so.

To make a long story short (just wanted to give you some background) I decided to do a Liver Flush post-fast. Was feeling that upon re-feeding there may have been a sort of new buildup of debris...or a kind of deeper release. just an intuition i had, so I thought I'd conduct an experiment.

My Liver Flush brought a fair number of tiny stones, some chaffy stuff,and a few quite large stones. surprising really! considering that long fast. I did the flush about a month after ending the fast, and I was eating quite well. Usually have for many years. Also, at the start of re-feeding, mainly with watermelon, on just the first or second day i released what appeared to be stones.

just another POV. While it may be that with long fasting and very pure eating over time(say, vegan tending to fruitarian)the body would not be producing more 'stones', though I'm not sure how many of us live that way. Then too, there is the toxicity of many years stored up in tissues that might find it's way into the blood during a long WF, yet not make it to the stage of being dissolved away or otherwise burnt up, so to speak. I live in a city where you can see the pollution gathered on the sills almost daily, and have had some of the usual toxicity visited on me, in the form of mercury, vaccinations, one very heavy run of Antibiotics that just about killed me but saved my life too, etc. (The Antibiotics onslaught was about two decades ago, but I feel is only now being resolved and cleansed) Considering that most of my long WF went quite well, and I only began to feel a little 'sick' and weak in the fourth week, most likely I was just hitting the 'heavy stuff' at that point. That might explain why I had to quit-even with the end so close. I just didn't have the reserves I guess to make it the extra distance.

best to you,



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