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Therapeutic fasting. Contraindications to treatment with hunger!

Dear Friends! Below is a list of diseases in which fasting is strictly prohibited! As we know, there is quite a lot of information on the Internet, but keep in mind that this information can bring both benefits and harm to health, and the outcome can be fatal. As it was said that in the social Internet environment there is information that therapeutic fasting has an effect in such severe diseases as radiation sickness, tuberculosis, serious cancer and even AIDS.

Of course, "Therapeutic fasting" is very effective and can be used in almost any disease, but it is important to understand that in each case, you need the presence of specialists, doctors and of course a specialized approach to the treatment of hunger. The treatment method should be selected individually, after studying all the tests and recommendations of doctors, depending on the disease, its severity, the patient's condition, his age, etc. By following these rules, you will be able to get the maximum benefit from the treatment!

Therapeutic fasting (RDT method) is strictly contraindicated in the presence of:

  • malignant neoplasms and hemoblastoses;
  • active tuberculosis of the lungs and other organs;
  • thyrotoxicosis and other endocrine diseases;
  • active acute and chronic hepatitis, as well as cirrhosis of the liver;
  • chronic hepatic and renal insufficiency of any origin;
  • purulent-inflammatory diseases of the respiratory and abdominal organs;
  • pronounced activity of the inflammatory process of any localization;
  • circulatory insufficiency of II b-III degree;
  • persistent heart rhythm and conduction disorders;
  • severe body mass deficit (body mass index less than 19 kg / m2);
  • infectious and parasitic diseases;
  • thrombophlebitis and thrombosis;
  • a previous organ transplant (heart, kidney, etc.);
  • artificial implanted tissue (skin, heart valve, etc.)
  • the period of pregnancy or lactation;
  • early childhood (up to 14 years) and senile (over 70 years) age;
  • unclear diagnosis of the disease.