Friday, October 16, 2015

Woman Starved To Death Trying To Live On Sunlight Alone

From: Jim B.
Sent: October 16, 2015
To: undisclosed recipients
Subject: Fw: Woman Starved To Death Trying To Live On Sunlight Alone
Woman Starved To Death Trying To Live On Sunlight Alone
I don't understand what gets into people, we are humans and we need to eat and drink....don't we? ~Jim

After viewing the 2010 film In the Beginning There Was Light, in which an Indian yogi named Prahlad Jani claims to have lived for 70 years without food or water, the unnamed woman set out to try the lifestyle for herself.

She spent a week eating and drinking nothing — not even her own saliva — while consuming only sunlight and air. She stopped for a few weeks at the behest of her children, but eventually resumed.

She was found dead in her home last winter; the cause of death was ruled to be starvation. At least three other deaths have been attributed to the pseudoscientific practice of breatharianism since prominent advocate Ellen Greve (AKA Jasmuheen) began touting “pranic nourishment” in the 1990s. The trailer for the movie that caused a woman to kill herself with sunshine.


Article found at http://www.nutriviral.com/

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