This thread has been dormant for a while, but I think it's appropriate to point out to all that the human body does, as a matter of fact, accumulate toxic materials in its journey through our mostly toxic ecosystem.
Please see below for a bit of evidence:
"DDT's elimination from the body can take some time; its half-life in humans has been estimated at four years. DDE's half-life is estimated at approximately six years. Because of these varying breakdown rates, the proportion of DDT and DDE detected in human tissues can be used as an indication of the length of time since exposure. In areas where DDT exposure has been recent, the DDE/DDT ratio is low, while in areas where substantial time since exposure has passed, the DDE/DDT value is higher. Because DDE is attracted to fat, levels in breast milk are often six to seven times higher in a mother's milk than in her blood."
For most, it takes one counterexample to disprove a theory. In this case, the idea that the human body does indeed hold on to multiple known (and likely unknown) foreign substances should galvanize this concept for even the most skeptical of minds.
Furthermore, the idea that DDT exhibits a particular affinity for body fat is very indicative of the reported detoxification claims of fasters. I likely don't need to spell out the widely known fact that ketosis, which is documented during fasting once glycogen reserves are depleted, is the process of using fatty tissue stores as a primary source of energy.
Since we know DDT is stored in fat and that fasting induces Ketosis, it follows that at the very least, fasting would likely induce the detoxification of DDT. When you start stringing this logic together, you see that our bodies are likely warehouses of health compromising substances. Also consider that Mercury poisoning from eating fish is scientific fact. Where do you think the fish store the mercury? Yes, in their "healthy" bodily tissues.
In conclusion, my post should not support nor does it support Chris' claim that Water Fasting cured him of Cancer or even his claim that he had cancer. Both may be complete fabrications. That said, even if he is completely vilified and discredited, fasting cannot be based on a body of evidence that continues to build.