I suppose you have just proved my point from your last post: the adage that you cannot reason with the unreasonable is just so very true.
If you are unable to distinguish between an "opinion" and the "verifiable experiences" of health-professionals within the field of Natural Hygiene, and who know better than you or I, then that must (in a rational sense) be a problem for you.
Pray tell what exactly are your "findings" (in detail) if you don't mind sharing them with us.
Any statements that I have made are not based on "beliefs" but the tangible and verifiable experiences of Hygienic Doctors from both the past and the present: this is not a question of "faith" but of "beneficial physical results".
Offering "genuine help" may be your motive, but not on this occasion, when you have posted comments that are erroneous.
There is also a very marked distinction between someone who is physically unfit and attempts to run a marathon, and someone who is unfit/unwell/suffering from ill-health and/or chronic disease, in offering advice in the fast and its length; in the former they are likely to experience permanent health-damage if not death, whereas in the latter (regardless of the condition of the faster) they can only gain distinct benefit. Distinctions that are Worlds apart my friend.