IMPORTANT RULES TO BE CAREFULLY STUDIED AND MEMORIZED:
RULES DURING THE FAST:
It's not true that during a fast you should drink only water and nothing that can be
considered nutritious. You can drink all the juice you want,
or all the lemonade you want, just don't exceed 2 liters per day. You can also drink
vegetable broth obtained from the boiled vegetables.
If you wish an orange juice (or other fruit juice particularly rich in sugar), be careful: fructose may loosen the mucus too quickly and this could be risky.
MORNING FAST OR NON-BREAKFAST PLAN:
In Lesson XV you've learned that you should not introduce any solid food in your stomach.
I repeat quickly: during the night your body is dissolving mucus,
which goes circulating anywhere in your body and accumulates in the stomach,
too; when you get up, that mucus is still there and must be digested and not moved with
But the throng is accustomed to breakfast, though not feeling well; but as soon as you introduce something solid, here's that you feel better. Why is that?
ANOTHER "MYSTERY" REVEALED
It's simple: by introducing solid food, the body STOPS ELIMINATING MUCUS, causing discomfort, and concentrates in the digestion of breakfast. That's why people think it is a good idea to eat plenty of food since the early morning. Actually, by doing that, all you do is considerably slowing down the process of purification of the body: it's therefore a bad habit, caused only by gluttony and craving to introduce food just upon rising, even not feeling well.
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