MORNING CLEANSE FOR INTERMITTENT FASTING PEOPLE

MORNING CLEANSE FOR INTERMITTENT FASTING PEOPLE

Purpose: for followers of intermittent fasting who want to improve its effectiveness and add celery stalk juice to their daily routine.

Especially useful for: strengthening digestion, more clarity and

potentially controlling weight gain – when administered correctly.

Duration of cleaning: periodically, as desired

Although Anthony William does not generally recommend intermittent fasting, this is an option for intermittent fasting enthusiasts. If you want to try this cleansing technique, this is the way to do it. To read more on the subject, see the article "Anthony William reveals the truth about intermittent fasting" .

  • After waking up, drink 750 ml. up to 1 liter of water with lemon or lime. ( See the article "Water with lemon" for the recipe with the correct ratio of lemon or lime to water ). Wait 15 to 60 minutes, then:
  • By noon, drink 1 liter of celery stalk juice. (Up to 2 liters if desired.) ( You can learn more about celery stalk juice in all the celery stalk articles on our blog . ) Wait at least 15 minutes, then:
  • Sip a little less than 500 ml. up to 1 liter of lemon/lime water (with 1 tsp of raw honey). If you wish, you can substitute up to 750 ml. of the lemon/lime water with up to 750 ml. coconut water that does not contain natural colors or flavors.

That is all! Stick to lemon or lime water, followed by celery stalk juice , followed by lemon or lime water (with raw honey) and/or coconut water . That means no reaching for the coffee, matcha tea, energy drinks, or bone broth. Anthony William doesn't recommend riding all day on caffeine while not eating any food. It is best to eat within four to six hours of waking up. This is a safer alternative to intermittent fasting, but we still advise you to choose the Morning Cleanse or one of the other cleanses in the Cleanse for Health book .

While Anthony William's usual recommendation is not to treat celery juice as a meal replacement because it's not a source of calories (and so he usually says to follow it with breakfast 15 to 60 minutes later), there are followers of intermittent fasting who wondering how to incorporate celery stalk juice into their daily regimen The option offered here is the answer to that question.

This option fits into intermittent fasting because you don't add any calories from fat during the morning fast. Intermittent fasting takes a break from fat, and people don't know that it is this break that sometimes helps to temporarily maintain or lose weight. ( Again, see the article "Anthony William Reveals the Truth About Intermittent Fasting" for more on this. ) One of the actual reasons some people feel more energetic and clear-headed when they intermittently fast is that the energy that otherwise it would go to break down the fat from breakfast, it is used by other systems in the body. There are more sustainable ways to reduce the fat in your life for more lasting results - methods covered specifically in Anthony William's book Cleanse for Health .

Intermittent fasting that includes coffee and butter does not bring your body any real relief because it contains not only fat but also caffeine. By limiting your intake to lemon or lime water, a teaspoon of raw honey, celery stalk juice, and optional coconut water, you're cutting calories and abstaining from food—which is what fasting people want—while also caring for and for your health by abstaining from fat throughout the morning so that the body can remain in detoxification mode. The option we just looked at gives you that break from digesting fat. So does the Morning Cleanse, as well as every other cleanse in the Cleanse for Health book .

“In all the years I have helped many people heal, the Spirit of Compassion has always told me that when you know the true cause of your illness, the battle is half won. The other half is gained when you know what to do and what to treat with, and how to apply that knowledge.”


Anthony William, the Healing Medium

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