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Fasting has been practiced for thousands of years by most cultures and religions around the world. It is one of the most ancient healing traditions and the benefits of fasting are huge. Many religions such as Christianity, Islam and Buddhism all promote the spiritual practice of fasting. Fasting is beneficial to the overall spiritual well-being, but first and foremost, there is a huge impact at the physical level. Indeed, you may want to carry out a fast when you wish to remove toxins out of your body or to simply keep your body in an optimal condition.
Let’s take a look at a few benefits of fasting:
1. Rest for the Digestive System
Fasting can help to reset your digestive system. It will help to make it operate more efficiently. In addition, you will lose a lot of unwanted bloating, shed a few pounds and it will help your body to heal itself if there is a need.
2. Detoxify the Body
Fasting allows to detoxify the body. People who eat constantly collect sludge and junk within their system. This left-over waste material that is derived from food causes bloating, increased weight and medical problems. Free radicals that destroy cells also results from consistently eating.
Have you ever noticed why people gain weight as they age? All of the food that they eat over the years slows down their body since it is being processed at a slower rate. If you fast, you will be able to eliminate the toxic waste material that remains within your system and you will prevent risks of illness and disease.
3. Rejuvenate the Immune System
Fasting can rejuvenate a person’s immune system by allowing it to create more white blood cells. This is truly beneficial for a person to properly heal and to fight off deadly diseases and/or infections. Fasting has been shown to be an effective way to fight off the effects of cancer.
4. Other Benefits of Fasting
Here are some other beneficial aspects of fasting. It helps to:
- Become more focused.
- Change eating habits. After you’ve fasted, you may want to eat less and better quality food.
- Increase a person’s energy output
- Be calmer and to have an enhanced spiritual connection.
There are much more benefits to the practice of fasting. However, if you’re not medically fit enough to engage within a full fast, you may want to try intermittent fasting. This process might require a person to fast for just 16 hours or 24 hours for example.
What do you think about fasting? Have you ever tried? Please let us know in the comments below.