Photo: This Man Claimed He Haven't Eaten Or Drinks For 70 Years(Scientists Confirmed It)

Physinews Reports: Is it possible for us to survive with no
food and water? Doctors are trying to
determine that as they are baffled by an
Indian man who claims not to have eaten
or drank anything for the last 70 years.
What is even more shocking? He is in
perfect health.

.Prahlad Jani is a local to the Indian city of
Ahmedabad and is claiming he has not
consumed any food or liquids since he was
8-years old. He also claims to have been
blessed at the age of 8 by a goddess. This
allows him to survive
without sustenance except for that which he
derives from the practice of meditation.

From April 22nd until May 6th 2010 in the
private hospital Sterling Hospital, Prahlad
Jani was observed and tested by Sudhir
Shah and a team of 35 researchers all from
the Indian Defence Institute of Physiology
and Allied Sciences (DIPAS) and other

The large team studied Jani daily using
clinical examinations, blood tests, and
scans. 24 hour CCTV surveillance was used
to ensure the maximum observation of
Jani’s actions during the testing period.

According to researchers, the only time Jani
was taken out of his sealed room was for
tests and exposure to sun. During these
times, continuous video recording was done
to ensure authenticity of results. Jani only
had contact with any form of liquid when
he had an occasional bathing session, which
first took place on day 5, and when he
would gargle some water. It is important to
note that his toilet was sealed to test his
claims that he did not urinate or defecate.

After the fifteen days of intensive
observation during which Jani did not eat,
drink or go to the toilet, all medical test
results came back as normal and doctors
described his health as being better than
someone half his age. Interestingly, doctors
reported that although the amount of liquid
in Jani’s bladder fluctuated and that Jani
appeared “able to generate urine in his
bladder”, he did not pass any urine.

reported levels of Jani’ leptin and ghrelin,
two appetite-related hormones, suggested
that Jani may be demonstrating an extreme
form of adaptation to starvation and water

Even after the 15 day examination, DIPAS is
still interested in running tests on Jani to
determine how metabolic waste material is
eliminated from his body, where he gets his
energy for sustenance, and how he
maintains his hydration status.

The director of DIPAS believes that the
results of Jani’s observations could
“tremendously benefit mankind.” Professor
Anil Gupta of SRISTI, involved in
monitoring the tests, described the team as
being “intrigued” by
Jani’s kriyas apparently allowing him to
control his body’s physiological functions.

Most people can live without food for
several weeks, with the body drawing on its
fat and protein stores. But the average
human can survive for only three to four
days without water. How is Jani able to
achieve what he is achieving?

Some believe
that his access to bathing allowed him to
store liquid in the body. Since the
observation did not go on for longer than
15 days, some believe he might have eaten
or drank after.

But Jani is not the first person to be tested
with such claims. HRM, another Indian
man, was tested for 411 days intensively
after he claimed that he did not eat any
food. While HRM did consume boiled
water, during his 411 day observation it was
confirmed that he did not eat during the
period and yet his health was perfect.

To me this is exciting because regardless of
the current science we accept when it comes
to the physiology of the body, we are seeing
that we may not have it all correct and that
it is possible to change the consciousness of
our body to operate differently.

tried sungazing for several long periods
myself, I can attest to the fact that you
certainly get energy, and what feels like
nutrient energy, from the sun alone. While
sungazing, I found I could perform physical
activity with much more energy than I
could while eating healthy meals.

Of course
I cannot say my results are conclusive as I
did not do them for long enough, but it’s my
experience on the matter.

Here is more on Jani’s tests.

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