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Fasting
To End
Addiction


Excerpt from 
FASTING TO FREEDOM

When a baby is born, the homeostatic mechanisms of the body are in a balance.  Add nicotine, alcohol, caffeine or any drug and the homeostatic mechanisms become rebalanced due to the alteration of the addictive substance.  Without that substance, the body becomes imbalanced and there are cravings, which is the body attempt to rebalance.  Addiction is simply an imbalance in homeostasis.  Withdrawal occurs when the body is forced to readjust homeostatic balance in the absence of the dependant substance. 

Fasting can put an end to alcohol addiction
Years of poor eating combined with addictions present a tremendous challenge to the body for readjustment.  When the user quits the poor eating habits or addictions, the cravings can last for months.  Fasting speeds homeostatic re balance reducing withdrawal time and the intensity of cravings.  During fasting, the body becomes fully devoted to cleansing and re balancing.  I have seen men come off heavy drug usage and be normal in 40 days of juice fasting.  From cookie addiction to coffee, juice fasting is the quickest way to get free.

Fasting can put an end to drug addiction
When the body is cleansed, there is no craving. Fasting causes quiet reflection that peels away the illusion of addiction showing its ugly face.  Addiction is self-indulgent and self-centered but fasting hits the opposite chord in our spirit, stirring us to improve our lives.  Discipline, resolve and determination increase as the fast continues.  Then, a strange event occurs; you rediscover who you really are. If you are battling cookies, coffee or cocaine, the addiction chapter is designed for your freedom.

Fasting can put an end to cigarette addiction
In the fasting testimonies, you will read of people who have overcome serious addictions through fasting. If you have fought addiction for years and failed, these books are for you.