Dry Fasting Question
This past Sunday without intending to I found that I had gone several hours without drinking water. I had gotten busy reinstalling Windows on my computer and did not want to halt the installation. Together with the growing thirst came what felt like soreness around the abdominal cavity. It made me think of dry fasting. I have fasted several times in my life but NEVER without drinking a liquid. So, I decided to purposefully go a little longer without water. There was more than enough to keep me busy as anyone who has done a clean installation of an operating system on their pc knows. It was really difficult to go without water for even a few hours. This coming weekend I will water fast again, starting Friday and ending sometime Sunday around 15:00.
I am even now on the internet researching dry fasting.
I have NO intention to dry fast for more than a day this weekend. I DO think to try it though for at least half a day.
Has anyone every done a dry fast?
Answer By Tom Coghill
Dry fasting need perpetration. Directly entering a dry fast is not advisable as the body need water to complete digestion of food. The best preparation is 3 days of juice followed by 2 days on water, then to dry fasting and back to juice or water fasting. You want your body to be fully entered into catabolism before dry fasting. Fat catabolism also releases water.