I am a stickler on the definition of water, h20
is it tap water fasting
distilled water fasting
rain water fasting
well water fasting
the water in ripe coconuts is purer cleaner water then my tap water
when i distill my tap water, the distiller is full of plaster paris like stuff, lots of it from the pollution in the tap water
coffee cherry it its proper name, the coffee bean is really a coffee CHERRY botonically, coffee is a fruit. the coffee bean is the coffee cherry. see wiki
the water in citrus fruits is cleaner then my tap water as it is distilled by the roots in the orange apple lemon lime etc tree
i want to water fast too, just can't get the pure-ists definition of wateri live next to salt water, if i sit in saltwater for 1 hour my body will filter out the salt and will absorb about a half cup of salt free purified water. same happens to people who sit in a tub of water 1 hour, about a 1/2 cup of bath water is absorbed dermally. is that considered water only fasting?
I was just wondering. You say a water fast should be water alone without calories, however, I normally start a water fast with real lemon juice added because I've heard it intensifies the fast. I take about an ounce of pure lemon juice and add it to 8 ounces of warm water and drink it in the morning only the first 14 days and then however long I have left on the fast, it's strictly water. I get great results as my BP goes down within 3 days and the weight drops as quickly as it did when I did strictly water. Plus I actually cured my periodontitis. My dentist repeatedly asked me if I was taking any herbs or any other things outside of his suggestions because my 12s and 11s went to 3s and 4s. He was amazed and I told him the only thing I did outside of your advice was to fast for 3 weeks. I'm convinced that's why my gums healed as remarkably they did. So my question is, what do you think about the lemon juice during water fasting? Thanks in advance for your input.