Fasting – What is Fasting
What is Fasting ?
Fast cleanses not only the body but also the mind.
When we fast, we allow our bodies to rest, flush out toxins, and rejuvenate all of our organs.
Fast is also known as “vrat” in Sanskrit, which means “determination.”
The initial “desire” to succeed and achieve success must be supported by determination.
Dietary and food habits play a vital role in our daily lives.
Guidelines for Fasting
Fast does not imply giving up everyday foods; instead, one food item should be eliminated for a day.
For example, on each Fast day, you avoid eating one food item [such as salt, sugar, cereals, fats, fried meals, spices, beverages].
Children in their growth stages, pregnant women, undernourished, underweight people, and frail old people are all at risk.
People with low blood pressure, as well as labourers who work long hours and expend a lot of energy, should avoid Fast because it will aggravate and worsen their numerous physical ailments.
On the day of the fast, a teaspoon of honey mixed with lemon water should be consumed 3-4 times with water to keep the body’s natural energy and prevent gas collection.
Fruit and vegetable juices are a great Fast diet.
Fast aids in the transition to new foods, although excessive consumption should be avoided.
Apart from lemon juice and honey, a banana and milk diet is a well-balanced and healthful combination.