The information provided above is for informational purposes only. You should not start a fasting program without talking it over with your health care provider. You should be between the ages of 18 to 70 to do a 5-day ‘fast’. If you are younger than 18 or over 70 years of age, talk to your health care advisor about your eligibility.
Do NOT consume the above foods if you are allergic to nuts (macadamia, cashew, almond, pecan), soy, oats, sesame, or celery/celeriac.
If you have any unique or special health needs or conditions, such as a fever, cough, diarrhea, sign of an active infection, dietary restrictions, do not do a 5-day fast until you no longer have an infection or dietary restriction.
If you are pregnant or breast feeding, do not do a 5-day fast until you are no longer pregnant and are no longer breast feeding.
If you are underweight for your height, do not fast until you are no longer underweight per below weight/height ranges:
4’11”-5’2” and under 100 pounds
5’3”-5’4” and under 105 pounds
5’5”-5’7” and under 115 pounds
5’8”-5’10” and under 125 pounds
5’11”-6’0” and under 135 pounds
6’1”-6’4” and under 150 pounds
Do NOT fast without the supervision of a licensed health care provider if you have any diagnosed chronic medical condition or you are taking medications (except low-dose aspirin, Aspirin 81 or statins) for any diagnosed condition or disease, such as diabetes (type 1 or type 2), cardiovascular disease, kidney disease, liver disease or a history of syncope (fainting). If you would like to consult with a health care provider who is familiar with fasting.