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What Is Sustained Fasting And How It Can Cure Diabetes
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What Is Sustained Fasting And How It Can Cure Diabetes

Sustained Fasting refers to a lifestyle way of eating based on potatoes and carrots recipes supplemented with brewers yeast, olive oil, enzymatic fruits such as papaya, apples and pineapples. Onions and garlic may be used sparingly.

It has established through numerous research and testimonies that all disease can be cured even diabetes, cancer, autoimmune diseases, etc. if you apply the principles of the Sustained Fasting lifestyle. All that without any kind of traditional drug or treatments.

If you adopt the Sustained Fasting lifestyle you will only be eating certain foods that will nourish your body, but at the same time, will allow it to concentrate its energy in the healing process that occurs with a traditional fast. That is because those foods that are allowed are rapidly digested and will not cause any kind of adverse reaction to the immune system.

This lifestyle has been commonly called the potatoes and carrots diet. When you eat only potatoes and carrots your body begins a process of rejuvenation and healing only compared to what happens when you fast with just water. The difference is that you are sustaining your fast with those foods while getting the same benefits. That is because potatoes and carrots are easily digested by our bodies and they don't overload your system allowing it to heal itself. If you practice this lifestyle you may also eat apples, pineapples, beets and papaya. Olive oil may be used and your recipes should be supplemented with brewer's yeast and lots of distilled water. Olive oil should never be heated.

This lifestyle may sound boring but it isn't at all. There are thousands of recipes you can make using those products. Dr. Norman has many YouTube videos showing a variety of different recipes using potatoes and carrots. I personally practice this lifestyle and I can honestly say that I enjoy every moment. I feel energized, focused, with lot of mental focus and increased creativity.

Obviously this lifestyle can also help you to lose weight and detoxify your system. I have personally heard hundreds of testimonies with successful stories of weight loss.

However, the importance of the Sustained Fasting lifestyle it is the claim and proof that if you adhere strictly to its rules, you can cure any disease.

Let's take diabetes for example. There are thousands of testimonies of diabetes patients that stopped using insulin after months on the potatoes and carrots diet (you should consult your physician before making any changes). That is because this lifestyle will eventually regulate your pancreatic functions and its ability to control blood sugar without the use of insulin.

The Sustained Fasting lifestyle is effective in disease prevention because of its detoxifying effect. The body uses all its energy to clean itself and to eliminate toxins. If we obey the natural laws of the body it will heal itself spontaneously. If we don't, toxins will accumulate causing tumors, cancers and all sort of disease. I have been practicing the Sustained Fasting lifestyle for months and I feel like a miracle was performed on me. I will forever be grateful.


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