There's some super compelling research that shows a link between fasting and dealing with epilepsy. Watch the video and find out for yourself!
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It's Day 3 in my 5 Day Fast, and with a bunch of extra time on my hands with not needing to cook, eat or do the washing up, I have been doing A LOT of reading and A LOT of study...and one of the more interesting things I discovered about fasting was the effect that glucose has on epilepsy, and how the absence of glucose in Your diet can dramatically reduce the frequency and severity of Epileptic Seizures.
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I've been wanting to do a 3 day water fast. I'm 28 and have been taking seizure meds since I was 12. And I just need to do the research to make sure that it's safe for me to do this fast as an Epileptic. Neurologists always say the number 1 rule is to "eat and rest" to avoid seizing. Even with this information, I still need an excuse to try out this water fast because I can see that the pros far outweigh the cons.
Great question Simon...If the health care industry was really about health, fasting would be an obvious solution!
Just my guess, but partly because the pharmaceutical industry has a LOT of political power over what doctors learn and how they practice...but pharmaceutical companies can't profit from fasting or from 'fasting drugs', so fasting loses its' importance in favour of pills that have side effects but also give the pharmaceutical industry a big fat profit.
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