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Ayuno terapéutico. Indicaciones y desarrollo

@inproceedings{Saz2009AyunoTI,
  title={Ayuno terap{\'e}utico. Indicaciones y desarrollo},
  author={Pablo Saz and Mar{\'i}a Ortiz and Marta Tejero},
  year={2009}
}
Vol. 23, Núm. 4, Julio-Agosto 2009 Ayunar es provocar en el organismo una serie de reacciones mediante la supresión del aporte de comida sólida, lo que hace que se viva a costa de las propias reservas de calorías, desencadenándose por ello una revolución física y psíquica. Durante el ayuno no se toma nada sólido; sólo se beben líquidos, procurando que el aporte total no sobrepase las 300 calorías diarias. Es muy importante también durante el ayuno suprimir lo innecesario, como el café, el… 

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