Dry Fasting Science | 🎯Top 8 Reasons You Should Dry Fast!🌵👍
With the evolution of fast food comes a rise in obesity. In many places, it is now more economical to have unhealthy fast food rather than a clean diet. This leads to a plethora of problems such as diabetes, high cholesterol, and high blood pressure.
One way to ensure that our body stays healthy and can eliminate harmful toxins is through the time-tested method of dry fasting. A staple in many religions such as Islam, Mormonism, and Judaism, dry fasting has only recently come into the scientific limelight. While its health benefits are still being investigated, so far it has left scientists astounded by its results.
Dry fasting consists of depriving the body of both food and water for a limited time to speed up metabolism. Our bodies need water. So, when we don’t drink water, the body speeds up metabolism to generate it. This burns excess fat and toxins in the process. But the benefits of dry fasting don’t just end here. Here are eight ways that dry fasting benefits the body. Which are…..
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