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Looser guidelines suggest that up to 10 days is ok for the partial fasts that include some nutrition. For water fasts, however, you should have supervision before attempting a fast longer than 3 days due to rare problems that can occur. See the water fasting page for the particulars on water fasts.What are the long term effects of fasting?
Fasting has detrimental impacts in the long term as well. Not only can fasting damage the immune system, it can also negatively affect many of the body's organs, including the liver and kidneys. Fasting could interfere with vital bodily function.Do you get autophagy fasting for 16 hours?
Fasting for 16 hours will probably not give you almost any autophagy because it's such a short time. Here's why: You don't start fasting immediately after finishing your last meal because you need to first digest the nutrients you ate. The post-absorptive state of metabolism lasts about 4 hours after the meal you've eaten.What are the pros and cons of fasting?
Cons of Fasting. For instance fasting which uses laxatives can result in extreme dehydration and further malnutrition. At the same time absolute fasting will also result in cramps, headaches and a dry throat and mouth due to dehydration and is not recommended. ‘Water fasting’ and ‘juice fasting’ are more recommended,...