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Chris Pratt showed this week that he is intensively undertaking the "Daniel Fast" potentially dangerous crash diet that is supposed to help followers Lose weight and "get closer to God".
"Hello, Chris Pratt here. Day three of Daniel Fast, "said a sweaty Pratt in a since the expired Instagram video on Friday . It's 21 days of prayer and fasting. "
As the religious actor explains in the video, fasting lasts 21 days and is inspired by the Biblical Daniel, who walked in the Old Testament for 21 days only Fasters are limited to an extremely restrictive diet consisting only of "seeds from seeds" and water, vegetables, fruits, nuts, healthy oils and whole grains are allowed, but no animal products, dairy or solid fats.
According to a Daniel Fast website, it is "similar to a vegan diet with additional restrictions."
As Pratt has explained on the Instagram video, the end of his 21-day trial will coincidentally coincide with the Lego Movie 2 junket If you see me, I'll wah probably hallucinating. Stay tuned.
Attention was focused on nutrition through the involvement of Pratt ] records her own Daniel Fasts as the New Year begins.
But here's the thing with Daniel Almost: really is really not good for you, such an expert.
Liz Weinandy, nutritionist at Ohio State University's Wexner Medical Center, says the restrictive diet is risky, especially for patients with pre-existing Illnesses.
"It really is not a good idea," said Weinandy Men's Health Friday in a telephone interview.
The diet, she said, is lack of "nutrients of all kinds", including proteins and essential fat that can potentially lead to dangerous deficiencies, including hypnoatremia and although Weinandy said she was a proponent of intermittent fasting over a period of time On 12 to 14 hours, which she said could bring numerous health benefits, she is worried about the long duration of Daniel's fasting.
Balance and moderation, "she said. "Everything that lasts and how extreme it looks is usually."