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Frequently asked questions(FAQ)

No. It is recommended to have any Unpolished/ Brown Rice is allowed to have in Meals as a Grain Portions.

Quinoa is a Pseudo Grain and is allowed in Meals

Hierarchy of Grains recommended in UnDiabetes is starting with low GI grains first Millets, Barley, Bajra, Brown Rice, Khapli Wheat & Jowar.

All grains don’t suit each and every person, you need to use one at a time and check your sugars to decide which one suits you best

 Cooked vegetables should be full 200 ml cup

 Sooji is refined ,so not recommended

Bansi rava being a grain can be had only in lunch and dinner.

You can have red rice for lunch and dinner.

Can use all the millets except finger millet/ ragi

Yes, can take 2 tablespoons of grated coconut or 30 ml thick or 60 ml thin coconut milk daily

 Can take 200ml once a week

You will need to buy one, many options are available online. Accucheck is widely used

You can read the FFD manual on the education portal.

Yes. you can do like that too, but see to it that if taking fruit separately then avoid eating it with cooked food and keep a gap of 1 hour between fruit and cooked food and if taking the fruit in the evening then keep a gap of 3 hours after lunch.

Not Recommended for Breakfast, and no mixing grains.

 1.45 hrs from the start if the breakfast/lunch/ dinner ,then need to do anti-gravity then sit down and have a sip of water and then take BSL.

4-5 hours is okay… In winter it may require some more time.

No… It is Polished Rawa… Not allowed as it will spike sugars.

rice is not allowed in breakfast..only daal based items in breakfast..rava is not allowed as it is processed..can have red/brown rice plus dal idlies for lunch/dinner.

No… No Grains for Breakfast…

CERTAIN  OILSEEDS NEED TO BE TAKEN ON A DAILY BASIS.

yes..you can have sambaar as you make it at home.. but keeping in mind the protocol of Undiabetes.

 Yes .you can have Tea with Coconut Milk or Almond Milk..

can take only two Tspoons of roasted chana or 15 makhana as hunger suppresants and not to be taken.with smoothie.

you can add a little to your breakfast.

Yes… Cook it in Appe Patra to avoid excess use of oil

Yes… Please add one proper Sabji as well.

cannot take roti n rice together. Can have only one grain in lunch/dinner.. please avoid normal rice. As it is polished.

yes.. you can but try millets at night..gets better results and try different grains..what suits you best.

Yes you can… Can replace Apple in Smoothie with Gojiberry….*Chia is all time okay to use.

Please check if it contains sugar, as dried Cranberries… Then avoid it.

If you are advised 1 litre per day then you have to take 500 ml in the morning and 500 in the evening.

In a day..you have to take one litre..so take 500ml in the morning 500ml in the evening.

Buckwheat flour allowed in lunch and dinner.

only 4 medium size carrot allowed in salads per day.

This also you can use as major green. But it will be very sour. It is called Gongura in telugu  and used to make chatni and in dal also.

You can have as many as you want. Only condition is that you have to take bowl of salads and sprouts with each chila.

Small amount of yam and arbi can be had along with a bowl of another sabji.

yes.. about two table spoons.

Immediately after getting up in the morning.

Any Unpolished/ Brown Rice is allowed to have in Meals as a Grain Portions.

Quinoa is a Pseudo Grain… Allowed to use in Meals.

Thumb Rule for Diet…*

NO COOKED FOOD WITHOUT RAW FOOD….

*ONLY RAW FOOD… ALWAYS OKAY…*

*ONLY COOKED FOOD… A BIG NONO*

you can add a little to your breakfast.

yes.. you can but try millets at night..gets better results and try different grains..what suits you best.

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Quantity will remain the same.  Wash the vegetables properly and peel off the skin and with the  seeds you can grind it to a smooth paste and then add water.

If you are advised 1 litre per day then you have to take 500 ml in the morning and 500 in the evening.

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*SMOOTHIE STORAGE* 🍶🍋🍏🥬

  • You can make smoothie in one go for the whole day, if you cannot make it fresh 2 to 3 times a day.
  • Always remember, Freshly Prepared Smoothie is the Best*, but for office goers this rule has been relaxed.
  • Make fresh Smoothie with fruit each time, if you cannot do that then make it without fruit and store in refrigerator. Proportionate amount of fruit may be chewed well separately.
  • Make a Smoothie concentrate, like Chutney, to carry to office. Store in the refrigerator, and add water to it when you are ready to drink.
  • Smoothie should be stored in glass bottles/ jars /covered containers, or foodgrade plastic containers like Tupperware or Milton Thermoware.
  • Store Smoothie in a cold place like a Refrigerator, Freezer, or Very Cold AC room.*
  • Cut Off Time to have Smoothie is ideally 5.30 pm, to maximum 6.00 pm.* Smoothie with fruit should not be taken after 6. pm. Smoothie without fruit can be taken after 6 pm.

In a day..you have to take one litre..so take 500ml in the morning 500ml in the evening.

Buckwheat flour allowed in lunch and dinner.

 You can as many as you want. Only condition is that you have to take bowl of salads and sprouts with each chila.

Small amount of yam and arbi can be had along with a bowl of another sabji.

yes.. about 2table spoons.

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 You are allowed to take  2 tbsps of grated coconut or 30 ml of thick or 60 ml of thick coconut milk.



 Dahi prepared from peanut or almond or coconut milk is vegan dahi

 

 

Drastic reduction can happen in your BSL within 3-4 days!

We would like to let you know that when fasting sugar comes near 85, one has to be careful of HYPOGLYCEMIA, generally referred to as HYPO.

Ideally after every piercing to minimise chances of infection.. but change at least every day.

world’s best warm up, chair Surya namaskar or regular Surya namaskar and super brain yoga.. can split up into morning and evening.



Salad reduces overall GI value of meal and helps to keep sugars in control and reduce insulin resistance. therefore no meal can be eaten without accompanying salad. too much dal spikes sugars.

You must do some light exercises, yoga or brisk walking to accelerate the detoxification process. However, heavy and exerting workouts are not recommended during the fast.

    

It is completely normal to not have bowel movements during a fast. Since we are not consuming any solid food, the body has nothing to excrete. However, in order to facilitate the detoxification of the body and support the praanshakti, you should do the following:

 

  1.  Sunbathing (sunfood)
  2.  Pranayam (airfood)
  3. Enema (to facilitate the evacuation of toxins from the intestines)
  4. Exercise (removal of toxins through sweat and overall increase in blood circulation)
  5. E) Rest (ensure you get 8 hours of sleep)
  6. F) Wet Packs (to improve blood circulation through the body)

If you pull a carrot out of the ground, there would be little bits of dirt and millions of microscopic organisms all over that carrot. That’s B12. It is basically bacteria poop. It is present on the surface on root vegetables like carrots, beetroot, etc. If you wash and peel that carrot, enough B12 is still present in it. 

 

So during a fast, you are actually getting even more B12 than usual because you are consuming an abundance of vegetable juices. Don’t worry, during a fast, your body will actually get more nutrition than normal and you don’t need to worry about b12 or any vitamin deficiency. 

 

The question is not what to take for B12, but what to stop consuming which might be leeching it from your body. Items like coffee, tea, energy drinks and sugar all leech out B12 from the body. 

We do not recommend any sort of supplements. Mother Nature has given us all the nutrients and supplements we need in vegetables and fruits. When you juice and drink these vegetables and fruits, you automatically get the purest form of nutrition. You may be surprised to know that during a juice fast, you are actually getting much more nutrition than on a normal day. 

 

Supplements are a 40 billion dollar industry today. If the doctors had not brought a fear of deficiencies and in us, nobody would be buying such expensive bottles of pills. 

 

Instead of spending your money on worthless supplements, spend your money on the right food and build the right lifestyle habits. 

In order to absorb the nutrition from your food, you need to sunbathe every day for about 30 minutes and keep fasting from time to time (in order to increase the nutrition absorption capability of your stomach). 

 

 Look, protein is a building block for our body. It’s job is to build. Build muscles, build tissue, build cells. It’s essential for people who need this building – for example athletes (because their muscles are going through constant wear and tear) and kids (if their height is growing). But most adults are already fully built and dont need much protein.  Please remember – excess of protein is a much bigger problem than not getting enough. Most modern day diseases are actually caused due to a protein overdose. 

You don’t need to worry about protein. You will get it sufficiently from the many fruits and vegetables you’re juicing. 

 

So, don’t worry about these man-manufactured terms like protein, calcium, etc. The power of fasting is far greater than we can imagine. Fasting gives us the most important element that most of us lack – Ether Element 🙂 

We do not recommend eating fruit during the juice fast, as fruits contain fibre. During a fast, it’s very important to not intake fibre. If you intake any kind of fibre during a fast, your digestive system will get activated and your praanshakti will get diverted into digestion, instead of healing. Drinking juice with fibre prevents you from gaining the full benefit of the fast.

However, once your fast has completed, you can gradually break your fast by consuming light, water-rich fruits. 

If you are doing a beginners level fast, then you may consume coconut malai/coconut meat during your fast.

Try not to break your fast. You may increase your juice intake. If you are doing an advanced level fast, switch to beginners level fast.

 

It’s important to know that this hunger is temporary, of a brief duration and rarely severe. At that time, we have to learn to tolerate hunger & remember that this is all just the toxic filth making it’s way out of the body. After a few miniutes, hours or days, hunger will disappear.

We strictly do not recommend drinking coffee during the fast. If you drink coffee, you will not be able to reap the full benefit from the fasting. 

Let’s understand why. 

 

Coffee is a powerful stimulant. If you drink coffee for five days, on the sixth day, the coffee commands you – drink! After that there is no choice. You become addicted. 

 

Just 1 cup of coffee in the morning and everything seems bright and clear. But if you drink it everyday, after a few days you will notice that if you drink coffee, two hours later you will get a headache. You have to drink another cup of coffee to fix that. If you don’t get it, you will feel your hands tremble. This means that it is definitely causing some harm to your system. Experiment and see for yourself. 

 

You should not be a slave to anything, whether it is tea, coffee, alcohol or a cigarette. Learn to live consciously. You should do what you do from your own choice, and not by the compulsion of some object or food. 

 

Secondly, coffee leaches out the grease from your bones. If you keep drinking coffee, you will soon develop some or the other pain in your body – join pain, back pain, knee pain.

 

So please immediately quit coffee. If you have been drinking it for many years then yes, you may face detox symptoms (such as headache) in the beginning. Tolerate them. Apply the cold wet pack (explained in our videos) on your stomach, head and neck. That will give you relief. By the 4th day, the headache will completely subside and your body will start using your real inner energy, instead of the false sense of energy obtained by the coffee.  

You can do a 3-day juice fast every month. It can be difficult to do a 3 day juice fast alone, so we always suggest doing it with the community. We do not recommend doing 3 day juice fasts alone, specially if you have no prior experience of fasting.

We do not recommend animal milk during a fast. However, if you are doing a beginniner level fast, you may take coconut milk in small amounts.

 

Milk is very difficult to digest. If you drink milk, praanshakti will get diverted to digestion, not getting a chance to heal and cleanse your body. 

You may take warm water during the fast. However, keep in mind the following points – 

  • Water should not be very hot. It can be just slightly warm. 
  • It should be consumed sip by sip, and not gulped down at once. 

Yes, fasting will definitely help in hair fall. 

If you are doing a beginner level fast, you may consume smoothies. However, we recommend NOT to consume soup and stick to raw foods only. 

Just drink water and sleep 🙂

 

The hunger is usually of our mind and not our tummy

It is normal to feel hungry and crave solid food, especially when we are fasting for the first time.

Here are things we can do to avoid the craving:

  • Do not be around people while they are eating
  • Do not go near the kitchen or where you can smell food
  • Watch the documentaries suggested. They will give your mind the strength to continue the fast.
  • Sip on water
  • Remember the oath we have taken together

Water fasting is much more advanced than juice fasting.

 

If you have never fasted before, we suggest that you start with a juice fast, as it is a more gradual approach.

If you are used to fasting and have completed several fasts before, you may do a 3-day water fast. Please ensure you take sufficient rest throughout the day if you are water fasting. Do not do any strenuous mental or physical work.

 

We advise that you do not extend a water fast for more than 3 days without the physical supervision of a fasting expert. 

  • You can use the leftover roughage as a scrub for your face, instead of soap
  • You can compost it 

We don’t advise making satvic chapatis with the leftover juice roughage because all the nutrition of the vegetable has gone into the juice. The leftover residue contains no or very little nutrition. It’s much better to use freshly grated vegetables for making satvic chapati.  

Yes, it is absolutely ok to do a 3-day juice fast during menstrual cycles/periods

No. Please avoid Ayurvedic medicine during the fast.

  • Ayurvedic medicines may be plant based and herbal, and safer than allopathy medicines, but will interfere with the fast. 
  • Eating nutrient rich juices will give your praanshakti all the support to detoxify and fix the root cause of any problems that you are experiencing 

Knowing how to break the fast is more important than the fast. 

Any fast should be broken very very gradually. To understand why, let’s take an example. When you start a car, you first have to put it on. the 1st gear, then 2nd gear, then 3rd gear and then 4th gear. If you put the car suddenly on the 4th gear, it will a shock and engine will fail. Same way, when you start eating after a fast, you first have to put your body on the 1st gear, then 2nd, then 3rd and finally 4th.

 

The first gear = light, water-rich fruits

The second gear = vegetables/salads

The third gear = grains (roti, rice, pulses, legumes, etc)

 

Hence, after a fast you should consume light, water-rich fruits, followed by salads and then finally, grains.

 

Depending on how long your fast was, it should take you a few days to break the fast. Time taken to break the fast should be of half the duration of the fast. 

A 9 day fast should take at least 4.5 days to break the fast

A 7 day fast should take at least 3.5 days to break the fast

A 3 day fast should take at least 1 1/2 days to break the fast

 

So, if you are fasting for 3 days, your diet on the 4th day should as shown in the chart below –

Yes. Fasting will boost your immune system! A clean and detoxified body is more likely to protect you from any viruses.

Yes. Please restart your medication once you break the fast.

We recommend not combining wet pack and sunbathing together. You need to expose the navel to the sun during sunbathing, and during a wet pack this is not possible.

No, the Satvic philosophy does not advocate urine therapy.

We do not recommend practices like Shankh Prakshalan, Kunjal Kriya, and Neti Kriya without the guidance of a teacher. Fasting is a safe way to detoxify and can help cleanse the body from within.

Yes, we recommend you do not consume anything between 4 AM and 9 AM. Take your first juice at 9 AM. 

Our digestion is very weak in the early morning hours. Our praanshakti is fully engaged in healing during that time and it is best to leave the stomach empty. If we eat something, praanshakti will get shifted towards digestion and leave healing.

If you feel thirsty, you can drink small sips of water. But avoid having juice till 9 AM. 

From a health point of view, it is safe to do juice fasting in a cold environment. We recommend you follow the same juices suggested in the webinar. Make sure to have all your juices at room temperature.

There is no need for oil-pulling during a fast 🙂

Yes, rest is a great addition to a fast. When you fast, your praanshakti gets fully engaged in healing and detoxification. If you perform any excessively exertive work, do heavy workouts or take mental stress, the fast till not be effective, because your praanshakti will quit healing and shift towards handling the exertion or stress.

It is very important to take rest during a fast. There are 4 types of rests your body needs during a fast – 

  1. Physical Rest
    It is important you get sound sleep at night. Please go to bed early. The maximum healing happens during 9 AM and 12 AM. If you face any detox symptoms (fever, vomiting, diarrhoea, weakness, laziness, nausea) please take rest in the afternoon as well. Also, avoid very heavy exertive workouts during a fast. Instead, do light yoga or brisk walking.
     
  2. Sensory Rest
    Overusing gadgets such as computers, laptops or mobile phones causes harm to our senses. During a fast, it’s not only important to give rest to your body, but also to your 5 senses (sight, hearing, smell, taste & touch). Apart from the webinars, avoid using your mobile phones or computer screens.

  3. Mental Rest
    Fasting is absolutely useless if you’re doing it in a state of stress, tension, anger, hatred, distrust, discontent, greed or violence. It is very important to give your mind also rest while on a fast. Bring your mind at peace by chanting, meditation, listening to kirtans, worshipping, associating with good company and studying the scriptures.

  4. Physiological Rest
    This means giving rest to your internal organs – your stomach, pancreas, intestines, liver, gall bladder, etc. When you stop eating, the workload of these organs is automatically reduced, thus providing physiological rest. 

Yes, absolutely!

 

Fasting is much more powerful when you combine it with other ways of detox such as enemas & wet packs.

 

During you fast, apply wet pack twice a day and take enema once a day.

We do not recommend using any stimulants including cigarettes, alcohol, and coffee. Fasting is a process of removing the toxins from our body that are often directly contributed by these stimulants. 

Imagine this. The first chance your body gets to rest and heal, it says: “Thank you for giving me a chance to let go of these impurities.” 

If we push these substances back into our body, it only interferes with the fasting process and makes your body protest further. 

Whether it is tea, coffee, alcohol or a cigarette, we should learn to live consciously. You should do what you do from your own choice, and not by the compulsion of some object or food. 

No. Please avoid Ayurvedic medicine during the fast. 

  • Ayurvedic medicines may be plant-based and herbal, and safer than allopathy medicines, but will interfere with the fast. 
  • Eating nutrient rich juices will give your praanshakti all the support to detoxify and remove the root cause of any problem that you are experiencing.
  • You can also use wet packs and enema to naturally eliminate the toxins present in your body. 

No. We do not recommend buttermilk.

 

Milk is very difficult to digest. If you drink milk, praanshakti will get diverted to digestion, not getting a chance to heal and cleanse your body. 

In kindergarten, we learnt – “Eat the Liquid & Drink the Solid.” The real meaning is to chew your solid food till it turns into a liquid and then drink it. And keep the liquids in your mouth for a little while before swallowing it. 

When we properly chew our food, our mouth produces digestive juices in the form of saliva, which help in digesting that food. This includes the juices that we consume during the fast. 

Yes, you can continue drinking water stored in your copper vessel. We also recommend trying making your own sun charged water at home. This highly beneficial water offers plenty of health benefits and works like magic to cure diseases.

You can follow this easy step-by-step guide to prepare sun charged water at home. 

Yes, please have only one sip at a time. Most of us make the mistake of gulping down water trying to achieve a target of 3 litres of water in a day.

Please remember: You must drink water only when you feel thirsty and eat food only when you feel hungry. 

No other person should tell you when or how much water you should drink or when or how much food you should eat. 

Drinking water without feeling thirsty is as harmful as eating food without feeling hungry.

Yes, you can continue cycling. Remember that just like too much food is harmful, too much physical work may put a strain on the body too.

When you’re fasting, it’s important to be mindful about your body’s need for rest. Simple walking, yoga and pranayama are a few great types of exercises during a fast.

We do not recommend fasting for more than 5 days without supervision.

However, If you have completed a 10 day fast, then take at least 4-5 days to break the fast. Knowing how to break the fast is more important than the fast

Depending on how long your fast was, it should take you a few days to break the fast. Time taken to break the fast should be at least half the duration of the fast. 

Any fast should be broken very, very gradually. To understand why, let’s take an example. When you start a car, you first have to put it on. the 1st gear, then 2nd gear, then 3rd gear and then the 4th gear. If you put the car suddenly on the 4th gear, it will be shock to the system and the engine will fail. Same way, when you start eating after a fast, you first have to put your body on the 1st gear, then 2nd, then 3rd and finally the 4th.

The first gear = light, water-rich fruits.

The 2nd gear = vegetables/salads.

The 3rd gear = grains (roti, rice, pulses, legumes, etc).

Hence, after a fast you should consume juices with fibre, followed by fruits, followed by salads and then finally, grains.

As you know, we recommend adequate rest as a great addition to fully benefit from fasting. When you fast, your praanshakti gets fully engaged in healing and detoxification. Although light exercise like walking, yoga, and pranayama is recommended, it’s better to abstain from sexual activity during the fast.

If you perform any excessively exertive work, like sex or heavy workouts, or take mental stress, the fast may not be so effective as your praanshakti will be diverted to handling the stress instead of healing. Additionally, sex also leads to overstimulation of your senses, which prevent you from getting adequate sensory rest. 

Let us find out more about the 4 types of rests your body needs during a fast – 

 

  1. Physical Rest
    It is important you get sound sleep at night. Please go to bed early. The maximum healing happens during 9 AM and 12 AM. If you face any detox symptoms (fever, vomiting, diarrhoea, weakness, laziness, nausea) please take rest in the afternoon as well. Also, avoid very heavy exertive workouts during a fast. Instead, do light yoga or brisk walking.
     
  2. Sensory Rest
    Overusing gadgets such as computers, laptops or mobile phones causes harm to our senses. During a fast, it’s not only important to give rest to your body, but also to your 5 senses (sight, hearing, smell, taste & touch). Apart from the webinars, avoid using your mobile phones or computer screens.

  3. Mental Rest
    Fasting is absolutely useless if you’re doing it in a state of stress, tension, anger, hatred, distrust, discontent, greed or violence. It is very important to give your mind also rest while on a fast. Bring your mind at peace by chanting, meditation, listening to kirtans, worshipping, associating with good company and studying the scriptures.

  4. Physiological Rest
    This means giving rest to your internal organs – your stomach, pancreas, intestines, liver, gall bladder, etc. When you stop eating, the workload of these organs is automatically reduced, thus providing physiological rest.

It is absolutely normal to feel tired or weak than usual during a 3-day fast. As your praanshakti is fully engaged in cleaning, there is not enough praanshakti left for other tasks, and hence we feel sleepy.

No. We must not add salt or spices to our fruits and salads. The first day of breaking the fast is very important and should be done carefully.

General principles to be followed:

The human need for salt and mineral salt is compensated for in radish, spinach and different types of vegetables and fruits.

As soon as we add salt to raw salads and fruits, they release water. There is no benefit of eating fruits that have salt added to them. This reaction of salt is also present in juices, but we cannot feel it. Some people say that drinking the juice that is released in the plate by salads is beneficial. That is not true. A person does not get his energy back by drinking his own blood. That is why it is harmful to add salt to fruits and juice.

 Please go through the detailed guidelines for breaking the fast properly on the 3rd day of the webinar.

Yes, you may have infused water while fasting as long as it is infused with only fresh vegetable or fruit slices, no preservatives.

Yes, fasting on Ekadashi is highly beneficial indeed. Our saints and sages have told the importance of fasting in all our scriptures. Hinduism talks about fasting on days such as Amavasya, Poornima, Ekadashi, Janmashthmi, Shivratri, Karvachoth, Mondays,Tuesdays, 

Fridays, Navratri, etc.

In Hindi, fasting is called Upwaas. Up means ‘close’ and ‘waas’ means ‘staying’, which means, ‘staying close to God.’ During fasting, our Vital Force is closest to the Ultimate Force.

The human physiology goes through a cycle called a mandala, which repeats approximately every 40-48 days. In this cycle, 3 specific days, which may vary from individual to individual and may not be equally spaced, will arise when your body does not demand food. These are the days of Ekadashi. 

If you can consciously identify these days in your life and follow a proper fasting routine through them, you can gain a lot of physical, mental and spiritual benefits.

There is nothing to worry about. There is a pigment in beetroots called betanin that can contribute to the red colouring in your urine and stool. 

It’s no cause for concern as some people are unable to break this pigment down, which is then excreted out by the body naturally. However, the nutrients of the beetroot are still easy to digest for the body and you won’t miss out on any of its benefits

Yes. Feel free to shampoo your hair during the fast. Please use a paraben-free shampoo.

We recommend that you go through the whole 3-day fast with us to truly experience its deepest benefits. A fast can sometimes be uncomfortable, at least in some of its stages. The discomfort faced during a fast is actually a symptom of the body detoxing. 

To understand this better, let’s take the example of an alcoholic. Most of us know that when an alcohol quits drinking, he will undergo something known as ‘withdrawal symptoms’. He may feel nauseous, headaches, upset or mentally irritated. This does not mean that he should drink alcohol or that alcohol is good for him. His body is simply taking time to adjust to the new developments. Once the withdrawal symptoms are over, his overall health will be much better. Similarly, many of us have become so used to food that we face withdrawal symptoms when we stop eating it.

We may feel –

  •  Aches and pains in the body 
  • Weakness
  • Irritable
  • Sleepless
  • Severe headache/migraine
  • Giddiness
  • Nauseous and vomiting

It’s important to know that these are temporary, of a brief duration and rarely severe. At that time, we have to learn to tolerate the symptoms & remember that this is all just the toxic filth making its way out of the body. After a few minutes, hours or days, they will disappear.

This is all representing a cleaning process as the body unloads its toxic burden. There’s nothing to worry about.

 

Here are the things you can do to get relief fast – 

– Please take proper rest and continue the fast

– If you have wet pack, apply it thrice a day 

– if you have enema, take the enema twice a day – once in the morning & once in the evening

– Sunbathe for 30 minutes every day (only in the light morning/evening sun)

– Do not consume any food

 

To understand all of these steps in detail, please watch this video – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CZDgxv1plfw&t=210s

 

If you follow the above steps religiously, the body pain and detox symptoms will disappear and strength & abundant energy will return.

 

If the problem persists for too long or causes extreme discomfort, please contact us by clicking on the medical emergency button

No. We do not recommend taking up Nirjala/waterless fasting for an extended period of time.

You must drink water if you are feel thirsty. Water also helps push out the toxins from the body. Suppressing thirst is violent to the body and mind and puts it through unnecessary stress, which compromises the benefits of fasting.

We do not recommend practices like Vaman Dhauti, Shankh Prakshalan, Kunjal Kriya, and Neti Kriya without the guidance of a teacher. Fasting is a safe way to detoxify and can help cleanse the body from within.

Please find the Beginner and Advanced Juice Fasting plans for your reference below:

All barley is husked after harvest, by running through a husking machine. Pot barley (or sometimes called hulled barley) is lightly husked, removing only the inedible outer layer and leaving the bran and germ layer intact. As such, pot barley is the whole grain version, with the most possible nutrients. Due to the outer layer though, pot barley requires more time to cook. Pot barley is best suited for soups or stews, that will  cook for a longer time.

 

 

 

 

A lot of stuff that is not allowed right now becomes allowed after 3 months/ 6 months depending on your stage of reversal So..

 

Continue the good work strictly as is being conveyed right now to strengthen your system first … 

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