My Opinion on Dry Fasting: Dr. Berg
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so I had this question come up what is my opinion on dry fasting so I decided to create a short video just to give you my opinion so what is dry fasting compared to water fasting dry fasting is fasting or not eating without any liquids any water of any kind water fasting is when you’re fasting yet you’re drinking water and then there’s two types of dry fasting there’s soft dry and hard dry soft dry is when you’re allowed to use water when you’re brushing your teeth or taking a shower hard dry is when you’re not exposing any part of your body to water at all so that being said our bodies usually will only last about three days without water sometimes a little bit longer sometimes a little bit shorter but your body will last a lot longer if you’re just restricting food in that water because you have a lot of reserve a fat reserve to live off of now in Ramadan they are doing a dry fast for one day between sunrise and sunset and there’s quite a bit of research when people are doing a dry fast during Ramadan but unfortunately there’s no research on comparing a dry fast to a wet fast side-by-side so I pretty much looked everywhere and I could not find even one research study but because there’s no research doesn’t necessarily mean that it’s not a good thing or can’t get amazing results there’s just not enough data to tell you for sure if it works better than a wet fast now in theory when you’re doing the dry fast you’re adding more stress to the body so hypothetically you could potentially get better results for a day but for most people if you’re thinking about doing a dry fast and you want to try it out I wouldn’t go for more than a day then you yourself can compare a day of doing a dry fast and then maybe a few days later do a day of doing water fasts and just see what works better for you and that’s my long-winded answer to a very short question I just don’t have enough data to form a solid opinion now if you’re new to my channel and you want more information about how to do intermittent fasting check out this video right here hey I just want to say thank you so much for your attention are you watching this content I really appreciate it and I would love your feedback as an unbiased review I put a link down below so go ahead and click it and tell me what you think about this content you
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Have you heard of dry fasting? Here’s my opinion on it.
0:07 What is dry fasting?
0:17 What is water fasting?
0:21 The two types of dry fasting
0:38 The duration of the fast
1:40 What works best for you
Today we’re going to talk about dry fasting, and I’m going to share with you my opinion about it. There are a lot of benefits of fasting, but is one type of fasting better? Let’s look at dry vs. wet fasting.
What is dry fasting?
Dry fasting is fasting (not eating) without any water or liquids of any kind.
What is water fasting?
Water fasting is when you’re fasting, but you’re drinking water.
There are also two types of dry fasting:
Soft dry fasting:
This is when you’re allowed to use water when you brush your teeth or take a shower.
Hard dry fasting:
This is when you do not expose any part of your body to water at all.
The body can typically only go around three days without water. But, your body will go a lot longer if you’re just restricting food and not water because you still have a fat reserve to live off of.
There is no research or studies comparing dry fasting and wet fasting side by side. But, that doesn’t necessarily mean that it’s a bad thing or that you won’t get amazing results. In theory, dry fasting may work well for some people for one day. If you wanted to try dry fasting, I wouldn’t go longer than one day. Then, you can compare a day of doing a dry fast and a day of doing a wet fast and see what works best for you.
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Dr. Berg, 53 years of age is a chiropractor who specializes in Healthy Ketosis & Intermittent Fasting. He is the author of The New Body Type Guide and other books published by KB Publishing. He has taught students nutrition as an adjunct professor at Howard University. He no longer practices, but focuses on health education through social media.
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Thanks for watching! There isn’t enough data for me to form a solid opinion on dry fasting. Consider trying both water fasting and dry fasting (for one day) and see what works best for you.