90. Fasting And Healing + A Chocolate Substitute Recipe

Fasting Promotes a Miraculous Meta-morphosis of our Bodies and the Recapturing of Our Youth. Robert Buran writes that he has been unable to find who wrote the quote below, but it is really one of his favorite fasting quotes. I also, felt really inspired by it and wanted to share it with my readers. I also have a ‘tried and tested’ chocolate alternative recipe and my finished product picture, as a bonus post.

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“Fasting intensifies healing as deep tissue and tired organs are repaired rapidly. To heal illness the body must pull all of its resources toward cleansing and repairing by removing appetite and reducing or stopping digestion. Wounded animals will fast, emerging to eat only after their injury or broken bones have healed. There are testimonies of people’s old wounds aching during a fast for the first time in years; unnecessary scar tissue is being broken down as fuel. This is the reason why there is little desire to eat food when sick—the body wants to focus all of its resources on healing.”

Why does fasting have such a powerful effect on healing the body? In the fasting state, the body scours for dead cells, damaged tissues, fatty deposits, tumors and abscesses, all of which are burned for fuel or expelled as waste. Diseased cells are dissolved in a systematic manner, leaving healthy tissue. The result is thorough cleansing of the tubes, membranes and cellular structures.

Ingestion of mucus-forming foods clogs the body’s microscopic tubes and membranes, all of which are the highways used by the immune system. Fasting dissolves this internal mucus. During a fast it is common for the nose, throat and ears to pass sticky mucus, clogging the sinuses. Strands of mucus may be found in the stool after the first bowel movement. There is a remarkable redistribution of nutrients in the fasting body. It hangs on to precious minerals and vitamins while catabolizing on old tissue, toxins and inferior materials.

The butterfly is a magnificent example of catabolism (tearing down) and anabolism (building up). During metamorphosis the butterfly’s muscles and organs dissolve into a thick yellow solution. All internal structures are torn down and rebuilt. It emerges from the chrysalis, a new creation. The miraculous aspect of metamorphosis as it occurs, is while fasting. All substances needed for rebuilding come from within.

During a fast, a metamorphosis occurs. The body undergoes a tearing down and rebuilding of damaged materials. For this reason fasting is famous for its ability to rejuvenate and give the body a more youthful tone.

Little scientific research has been done on the selective cannibalization associated with fasting. Funny thing about medical research is they are able to decode DNA, but understanding how the body functions as a whole is hardly understood. Long before man was able to gaze down a microscope, “cause and effect” was the only way things like the remedial effects of garlic could be discovered and incorporated into traditional medicines. The testimonies of fasting are as ancient as the written word.

The very fact man is able to go so long without any outside source of energy and remain healthy is testimony of the body’s cunning, to find internal fuel without damage to the functions of the whole system. In fact the almost accidental side effect of this cunning is cleaning out years of waste and old tissue.”

CHOC NUT BUTTER MELTS (aka Fat Bombs)

3/8 cup coconut oil

4 n 1/2 Tblsp (peanut butter/almond  butter or macadamia butter)

1.5 tblsp  cocoa

4.5 tblsp melted butter

1.5 tblsp xylitol

few drops liq sweetner (to sweeten more)

Blend all the above together completely. Spoon into silicone moulds n freeze toll hard. Remove from mould and keep chilled in a plastic lined container, till eating or serving. Makes about 18 pieces, the size of those in picture.

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