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Re: from mike Re: electrolytes


It IS a water fast. The reverse osmosis filtration removes minerals, toxins, chlorine, bacteria and some viruses from the water. Adding minerals back merely restores the original minerals content that would have been present.

Further, Fuhrman and Bragg aren't the only sources available. And I have read that some mild activity can be done. You don't have to be resting all the time. Should you "pump iron"? No, of course not! But some mild activity like walking should be fine.

I might consider doing a sauna, but for sure I would wait until after the first week or so simply because you would probably feel sick in a sauna. After your body is adjusted to the fast I could see this being done, as long as you stay well hydrated.

Also I have read a scientific study that showed that electrolyte loss (through urine) decreases after the first week or so (probably corresponding to the transition into full ketosis). The body would have to conserve electrolytes otherwise all the water in the world wouldn't help you stay alive. I don't know how going to a sauna would affect this as you will lose some through sweat. But then there is no difference in sweat from sauna or sweat from exercise so if moderate exercise is ok then a sauna should be ok.

I think if I were you I would limit both the exercise and sauna, or treat a sauna the same as exercise and do either one or the other each day.
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It IS a water fast. The reverse osmosis filtration removes minerals, toxins, chlorine, bacteria and some viruses from the water. Adding minerals back merely restores the original minerals content that would have been present.

Further, Fuhrman and Bragg aren't the only sources available. And I have read that some mild activity can be done. You don't have to be resting all the time. Should you "pump iron"? No, of course not! But some mild activity like walking should be fine.

I might consider doing a sauna, but for sure I would wait until after the first week or so simply because you would probably feel sick in a sauna. After your body is adjusted to the fast I could see this being done, as long as you stay well hydrated.

Also I have read a scientific study that showed that electrolyte loss (through urine) decreases after the first week or so (probably corresponding to the transition into full ketosis). The body would have to conserve electrolytes otherwise all the water in the world wouldn't help you stay alive. I don't know how going to a sauna would affect this as you will lose some through sweat. But then there is no difference in sweat from sauna or sweat from exercise so if moderate exercise is ok then a sauna should be ok.

I think if I were you I would limit both the exercise and sauna, or treat a sauna the same as exercise and do either one or the other each day.
 

 
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