Found dead in a rented apartment, the Russian writer ate a dry diet, or, as it is also called, dry fasting. Why this could have caused the death of a 20-year-old girl, explained the gastroenterologist and nutritionist Nuria Dianova.
Dianova recalled that if the necessary food and water does not enter the body, it, which is logical, dies. However, in the case of dry diets, the pursuit of the right weight quickly turns into a tragedy.
The fact is, as the doctor clarified, that the body begins to consume fats more intensively during dry fasting than during normal fasting. As a result, the body dehydrates too quickly, which may even pass unnoticed.
According to the physician, in order to practice dry fasting, a person must be in perfect health. Dianova stressed that this type of diet is contraindicated for any blood clotting diseases, heart rhythm disturbances, stones in the gallbladder and urolithiasis, the "360" TV channel reports.
Recall that recently information appeared in the media about the death of a 20-year-old girl in a Moscow apartment. According to journalists, this is the writer Adeline Sheldon, who practiced dry fasting. Supporters of this method of losing weight refuse to drink water. In a more rigid framework, they even forbid themselves to wash.