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Suitable and unsuitable fruits for fasting
Fruit and vegetables with a high water, vitamin and enzyme content are particularly suitable and effectively promote the cleansing of the body. These include melons, oranges and grapes. Apples, lemons, mangoes, pineapples and papayas are also popular. Suitable vegetables that grow above ground are peppers, courgette and tomatoes.
Bananas are also allowed and have the advantage of being filling and energising, which can help you to stick to your treatment for longer and also to do sports. However, because of their starch content, bananas are not considered to be quite as cleansing as the other fruits.
Preserved fruit is completely unsuitable as it contains far too much sugar!
Fruit fasting in a hotel
Why not combine your next holiday with a fruit fast! This way you can concentrate on yourself and your health far away from everyday life, meet like-minded people and get support and guidance from experienced fasting counselors or medical staff on site. In the beautiful surroundings of our fasting hotels you can enjoy the fresh air during a walk and improve the effect of your fast. Our fasting programmes are rounded off with exercise and relaxation programmes as well as beneficial wellness treatments, for example detoxifying massages or wraps. Many hotels will also give you a plan or tips for at home at the end of your stay.
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FAQ – Fruit fasting
How long should I maintain the fruit fast?
How much can I eat when fasting with fruit?
How do I fast correctly with fruit?
Certain juices or Glauber's salts can be used to further support elimination. Light exercise, relaxation exercises and massages also promote purification and detoxification.
Smoking, alcohol and coffee are not allowed.
For whom is fruit fasting suitable?
Can I lose weight during fruit fasting?
What are the contraindications for fruit fasting?
- Food intolerances
- Fructose intolerance
In addition, there are other general contraindications to fasting, for example:
- Cardiovascular diseases
- Eating disorders and underweight
- Serious diseases such as tuberculosis, hepatitis, cancer, etc.
- Depression and other mental disorders
- Pregnancy and breastfeeding