Which one is better for healing, detoxification, weight loss, self improvement, and overall positive change in lifestyle?
I've done both, and I will give my testimony.
-what we have to consider is our current situation in our current world. -we don't live in a pristine world anymore. After the industrial and chemical revolutions we have too many chemicals and toxins in the environment, and hence in our bodies. This makes detoxification even more important. But which way is better. Well I've found that the juice feast is much superior considering our current toxic world because the nutrients in juice help bind to the toxins and carry them out of the body, as opposed to the water fast, which does not have the nutrients, and the organs simply get overwhelmed by the unnatural amount of toxins accumulated on the body, therefore making the water fast potentially dangerous. -even after 3 years of detoxifying, and eating organic food, I was still not able, or willing to go past day 4 of water fast, and the benefits of a water fast start at day 4. But I easily did a 30 day juice feast. -Now it's important to understand that when it comes to a fast, the length of time is the most important. The longer the fast, the more healing and regenerative benefits. I assume that about 1 in 100,000 people would be able, or willing to do a 30 day water fast, but I bet anyone can, given the proper instructions, do a 30-90 day juice feast. -Now it's important to note that a 30 day water fast is unfeasible to most people, firstly because of the danger factor, but secondly because most people will not be able to take a 60 day vacation from life, as water fast incapacitates a person. On the other hand during a juice feast, not only the person is fully active, but also they are more productive because of all the liberated energy, the increase of biophotonic life energy, the rapid weight loss, and the toxins leaving the body.
-another point to consider is that the water we have today is toxic, and the filtered water is dead, devoid of any of the minerals present in spring water that we would normally drink 100s of years ago before the chemical and industrial revolutions.