Advanced Digestive Formula

What to do if I'm experiencing digestive issues after breaking a prolonged fast?

Digestive issues you could experience after breaking a prolonged fast:

• Diarrhea 

• Loose stool 

• Gas 

• Abdominal pain 

• Bloating 

• Nausea 

This could happen because, basically, your digestive system has gone to sleep, and it hasn’t woken up yet. You don’t want to eat a large meal after a long fast because you will overload your system. You need to start small. 

If you’ve done a fast for 48-72+ hours, the best thing to do would be to start with some cooked vegetables and broth. Then you would want to wait for two hours and then consume 3 oz. of protein that’s easy to digest, like fish, chicken, or an egg. You could also do a small amount of avocado. 

Foods to avoid after a long fast:

• Nuts and nut butters

• Red meat 

• Raw cruciferous vegetables 

• Dairy products 

Last updated: Feb 28, 2023 02:04 AM