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Re: What are typical ketone levels during an extended fast?
 
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Re: What are typical ketone levels during an extended fast?


I agree with DesertLili: I have never heard of bone-loss occurring on a water-fast, or even seen it reported. Acidosis does not occur on the fast either, because the body seeks homeostasis or equilibrium, and a normal PH range. It is also a fallacy reported elsewhere, even on this forum as one of its headings, (now deleted) that fasting causes stones of any kind, in fact quite the opposite is the case, where it will help to disintegrate and eliminate them, and as reported by Dr George Weger MD and Shelton, including others. I think you have made the right decision in terminating your fast now as well. Peripheral neuropathy is something I suffered from by degrees for most of my life, but still in the process of being healed by nutrition rather than fasting. Has the cause of your peripheral neuropathy been diagnosed?
If I were you, I would take a wholefood superfood, (extremely concentrated nutrition) as all nutrients act in unison and act synergistically. Feed your body what it really needs, as most all plant-based foods are deficient these days from nutrient-deficient soils. My own ongoing cure for PN is via this product (no affiliation) http://undergroundhealthreporter.com/mega-nutrition-organic-superfoods#axzz2c...
 

 
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