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Bryan McAskill Pens a Holistic Guide That Shares the Spiritual and Scientific Side of Fasting

For many, fasting is exclusively tied to religious and spiritual ideas that have little to do with science. But for clinician-turned-author Bryan McAskill, the connection between the spirit and the impact of fasting on the physical body is no coincidence. He embarks on a mission to share the genuine health-related benefits of the practice through his book.

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“I loved all the details about different fasting methods. Someone new to fasting like myself was doing it wrong until I read this wonderful book.” – Shasha Banks

Should people fast to improve their health? The mainline medical opinion either is either mixed or negative. However, clinician and Certified Mindfulness Teacher Bryan McAskill thinks that’s less to do with fasting and more with the improper understanding of the practice.

That’s why in his book, “Fasting: A Guide to Health and Wellness,” he sets the record straight on both the spiritual significance of the practice and its connection to both the natural world and the physical functions of the human body.

For example, it has been found that the practice can potentially reduce the buildup of plaque in the body. And while plaque can build up in different ways, one of them is actually tied to the constant intake of food. Likewise, it helps reallocate the body’s energy towards recovery and internal cleansing rather than relying on excessive calories.

And on the subject of cleansing, McAskill has also gone as far as to distinguish the practice and art of fasting from mere detox.

Fasting is dedicated to giving caution and advice in equal measure as it explains why the specifics of any fasting practice should be paid attention to. A lot of the negative connotations and harmful side effects often associated with these practices are due to a lack of information on duration, the amount of physical activity permissible, and other crucial details.

Of course, McAskill also has much to share about the positive spirituality surrounding fasting. Far from being a negative form of self-denial, he believes that fasting’s cleansing effect also cleanses one’s connection to their Higher Self.

Get a copy of “Fasting: A Guide to Health and Wellness” by Bryan McAskill on Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

“Fasting: A Guide to Health and Wellness”
Author | Bryan McAskill
Published date | 10/27/2020
Publisher | Balboa Press
Genre | Health

Author Bio
Bryan McAskill (Ed.M., B.A., LSC) works primarily as an Outpatient Clinician in the Mental Health field. He also coaches high school Football, is an Herbalist, natural health expert, and dedicated Healer from Lynn, MA, USA.

Bryan is a Certified Mindfulness and Meditation Teacher through the School of Positive Transformation, learning under Positive Psychologist, Author, Professor, and Mindfulness Researcher, Dr. Itai Ivtzan (Ph.D.), and accredited by the International Mindfulness and Meditation Alliance (IMMA) and the Continuing Professional Development (CPD).

Additional Credentials:
• Board Certified Holistic Health Practitioner
• Accredited by the American Association of Drugless Practitioners (AADP)
• Certified Holistic Life Coach (CHLC)

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