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Re: Dubious Fasting retreats.
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Published: 6 years ago
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Re: Dubious Fasting retreats.

Skai, I am of the firm opinion that anyone who offers and advertises fasting supervision to the public at large, and who also charge a significant price for that privilege, should at least have had a Naturopathic, Osteopathic and or Chiropractic qualification, with at the very least, a fasting supervision internship with an experienced and qualified practitioner.

Nutritionists of any persuasion, are not necessarily qualified to undertake the same, as they have little knowledge of basic supervisory requirements in anatomy, physiology and the clinical symptoms presented on a fast which require blood tests and other measures for the safety of the guest/patient.


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