Study finds people who practice intermittent fasting experience less severe complications from COVID-19
Intermittent fasting has previously shown to have a host of health benefits, including lowering the risk of diabetes and heart disease. Now researchers from Intermountain Healthcare have found that people who regularly fast are less likely to experience severe complication from Covid-19.
In a new study this week published by BMJ Nutrition, Prevention & Health, Intermountain found that COVID patients who practiced regular water-only intermittent fasting had lower risk of hospitalization or dying due to the virus than patients that did not.
Fasting has already shown to lower inflammation and improve cardiovascular health.
Yoga and Fasting
Yoga and fasting is one of the very important tools for health and disease cure. Fasting is a way to get rid of toxins in your body that are overloaded in your system.
When your get rid of these old toxins from your body, you will also be releasing negative emotions. Hatha Yoga, Pranayama, Kriyas and Meditation further abet this process
Yoga & Fasting
Your Heart Health Comes First
Yoga and Fasting go Hand in Hand.
Fasting is a very important facet of yoga for growth of the spiritual aspirant, since yoga is very beneficial to all seeking purification. One without the other will leave a void only causing an imbalance on one level or another.
In yoga, fasting is one of the important tools for health and disease cures.
A lot of people are learning the trick of healing their colds, headaches, nervous spells and other acute troubles just by skipping a few meals or going on a short fast.