Anything longer and the concern is damage to your tendons or ligaments.
There is no danger to your body during a fast, unless you
have diabetes, cancer of the kidneys or possibly some other
Fasting is not starving as many people think.
Medical doctors know nothing about fasting beyond 24 hours.
They used to teach in medical school that fasting for 10 days
would kill you.
Dr Shelton was the expert on fasting when he was living.
He had a fasting place in San Antonio, TX for many years,
where people would fast 14 to 60 days. I fasted there 3
times. I met a guy who fasted 63 days. The longest fast
at that place was 90 days.
I have fasted 20 days, 25 days and 30 days at different
times in my life. My longest fasts were done at a fasting
retreat place. The only thing I had while fasting was distilled
.Dr Alan Goldhamer
has a fasting place that I recommend: https://www.healthpromoting.com/
When fasting at home, you can fast 3 to 7 days, but you
need to learn how to break a fast. You start with watermelon
4-6 ounces every two hours (fruit is OK also). It takes an
equal amount of time to break the fast. Fast 7 days, then
breaking it takes 7 days.
Fasting one day a week is OK, unless you have a serious
condition like diabetes. Even with diabetes you can fast at
a fasting retreat place under supervision.
.Fasting Can Save Your Life
is a good book to start with:https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0914532421/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=390957&creativeASIN=0914532421&linkCode=as2&tag=httpwwwchanco-20
The first 5 days of a fast, you lose the most weight, usually
2 pounds per day. After that ... 1 pound per day. For this
reason some people like a 5-day fast.
The longest fast on record by a human is 132 days.
Snakes have been know to go for 2 years without eating.
The hardest part can be breaking the fast. You have a
tendency to eat too much. One man fasted 24 days and
then went to a restaurant and had a large steak dinner.
He died in the hospital within 2 days.