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Re: Water fasting places


Yes Chiron,
Dr Scotts retreat must now be one of the longest established fasting retreats in existence; he is also one of the longest established Doctors of Life Science or Natural Hygiene.

Other centers such as Tanglewood have a good reputation, but fasting centers within Europe are woefully inadequate.

Australia has Dr Burton who also has a good reputation and is a long-serving Doctor of Natural Hygiene.

Fasting has a bad reputation because the term is perceived as synonymous with starvation/malnutrition; examples are from history in the concentration camps of World War II.

Up until now, only medically approved approaches to healthcare/recovery have been accepted, with breakaway approaches as a growing trend, even amongst the medical fraternity.

The future of health recovery will be dominated by Natural approaches because of the ever-increasing grassroots momentum. Of that I am certain.

Chrisb1.


 

 
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