Water for Life
Dr. Olga Butakova. “Water. Primary role…”
Nineteenth century French scientist Louis Pasteur once said that humans drink 90% of their diseases. At average life expectancy, each person should consume approximately 35,000 liters.
We need water on a daily basis as a solvent for nutrients. Humans are essentially vessels containing water. As nature has its water cycle, in the same way, each of us has our own internal one. The water inside us is transported, pooled, contaminated, and purified. The basis of good human health is the continuous replenishment of our reserves of fresh, clean water.
The best way to ensure this and to stay feeling your best is to consume at least 30 ml of pure water per kilogram of weight for adults per day. This often-quoted rule is a minimum of 1.5 liters of water per day for if you weigh 50 kilos. It may seem that this recipe for health is simple, but do most of us follow it?
A liter of clean water now costs nearly the same as a liter of gasoline. The only difference is that we could somehow find a way to do without gas, but it takes only three days for a human to die of thirst.
Over 700 million people throughout the world suffer from water stress. A worldwide water deficit will begin in 10-15 years.
Unfortunately, when modern humans are thirsty, we drink almost anything other than water: carbonated drinks, tea, coffee, juice and other beverages. Nobody uses fruit punch to mop their floors, beer to water their flowers or soft drinks to fill their aquariums, because they do not fit the task at hand. In the same way, when we choose beverages other than water, our bodies do not get the hydration we need, extra energy is spent processing the liquids and extracting the water, and less goes toward restorative processes. We go from feeling unwell to developing disease, and our lifespan is significantly shortened.
Today, many people drink pure water, either buying it at stores, filtering tap water, resting it until the chlorine evaporates or freezing it. Now we’re getting somewhere! But it’s not enough.
In order to maintain and restore health, it is not enough for people to simply drink pure water that has been filtered, boiled or frozen and thawed.
In order for all of the biochemical processes in the human body to occur optimally, water must have certain qualities.
A neutral pH or better yet, weakly alkaline. This helps maintain a better acid-base balance in the body’s fluids, which for the most part are weakly alkaline, offering protection against many diseases.
The water must carry energy, and possess a specific capacity for healing living cells. The reductive-oxidative (redox potential) should correspond to that of the intercellular fluid, in a range from -100 to -200 millivolts (mV), in order to avoid wasting extra energy on rebalancing it.
Average hardness. Both very hard and very soft water are not what the body’s cells need.
Low mineral content to maintain the electrolytic balance in the body. As per drinking water quality standards, total mineralization must be no higher than 1000 mg/l. People who live the longest drink water with less than 200 mg/l of dissolved minerals.
Temperature – Varying in level, it affects the speed of physiological processes and of chemical and physical reactions. An increase of 10°C speeds up the metabolism by 2-3 times, reduces gas solubility and results in a many-fold increase in the transport and interaction of elements around the body.
Biological availability and absorption capacity, i.e. the surface tension оf the water should not be too great. Tap water has a surface tension of 73 dyne/cm<sup>3</sup>, while that of intercellular and extracellular water should be roughly 43 dyne/cm3. Cells need a significant amount of energy overcome surface tension.
Absolute purity. Water should not contain chlorine or organic compounds, heavy metal salts, nitrates, nitrites, pesticides, xenobiotics or organic substances.
Lack of biohazards. Water should not contain bacteria, viruses, fungi, parasites, protozoans, etc.
Structure. All water in the body is structured in a specific way. The same should apply to the water we drink.
Minimal levels of negative information. The transfer of negative information into the cell disturbs its biological, energetic and information characteristics.
WATER AND CONSTANTS IN THE BODY
The Role of Water in Supporting the Body’s 12 Vital Constants
All numerical constants (or their algebraic means) have certain ranges of values (standards) and adjust themselves individually in constant flux within acceptable ranges depending on internal and external conditions.
The human body can be divided into 12 logic-based physioanatomical systems. Each system has an optimum level of function that can be expressed in quantitative terms. With good health, each physical constant is within a standard range. Any deviation from optimum health levels leads to changes in these constants, which in turn leads to illness and finally ends in death. Practically all of these constants are directly connected to water levels in the body.
Arterial pressure. The thicker the blood, the higher the arterial pressure.
Arterial blood pressure is determined by the relationship between the partial pressure of oxygen in the air and that in our blood. This ratio depends on our level of hydration. To put it more simply, it is defined by how much water our blood contains.
The respiration rate is directly correlated with oxygen and carbon dioxide levels in the blood. Optimum blood oxygen levels can be achieved only when the blood has a specific level of water saturation. The thicker the blood, the worse it is at dissolving oxygen. The poorer the microcirculation, the greater the levels of carbon dioxide in the blood. This leads to the excitation of the brain’s breathing center and an increased frequency of breaths.
The heart rate is also directly connected to the oxygenation of the blood. The higher the liquid content of the blood, the greater its oxygen levels. Thicker blood leads to more frequent heart muscle contractions and to the exhaustion of the heart muscle.
Blood hemoglobin levels. The purpose of hemoglobin is to transport oxygen from the lungs to tissues around the body. When the blood becomes dehydrated, the relative quantity of erythrocytes increases in a given volume. This leads to complications in microcirculation and hypoxia (oxygen starvation).
Bilirubin levels. When dehydrated, the body’s detoxification processes are disturbed, and average bilirubin levels may increase. This leads to the destruction of nerve cells.
Normal kidney function can result in a wide range of urine output through the day, which is related to food and water intake and fluid loss through perspiration and breathing. In healthy adults with a normal level of hydration, the specific weight of the first morning urine usually amounts to 1015-1020 g/l.
Body weight is determined by fat reserves. Adipose tissues are a storage depot for tissue water and energy.
Blood sugar. Blood sugar levels determine available energy reserves at any given moment. This constant is regulated by fluid levels in the body. When sugar levels are too high, thirst results and urination is more frequent. When dehydrated, the body’s capacity to excrete toxic substances is compromised, and urine output decreases. This can lead to endocrine gland toxicity, with the pancreas particularly susceptible.
Blood pH. This is an indicator of the ratio of oxygen to hydrogen in the blood.
It indicates how saturated the blood is with oxygen. The slightest shift in pH toward higher acidity leads to severe, even irreversible consequences. This constant is directly related to the amount of water entering the body on a daily basis.
White blood cell (WBC) count.
This constant characterizes immune system function. Dehydration leads to toxicosis, which can be caused by diarrhea, for example. This leads to immune system stress and an increase in the number of white blood cells.
Body temperature is the temperature of the fluids in our body. Optimally, it should be 36.6°. It is the temperature at which water takes on the specific properties necessary for life. With dehydration, the body’s reductive-oxidative processes related to the release and absorption of heat are disrupted. This leads to changes in temperature.
Cholesterol levels. When dehydrated, the body’s hemodynamic balance blood flow parameters are compromised. This leads to disturbances in Beta-lipoprotein and cholesterol levels. The thicker the blood, the greater its viscosity and fat content.
These constants should always remain stable, as changes to them are fraught with health dangers. They all depend on one chief component: the conscious daily intake of 1.5 to 2 liters of pure healthy water.
This is the basis of a long and healthy life.
What a simple, yet difficult, condition to meet! Many find it nearly impossible, because we have forgotten how to drink enough water. That’s why the first step we must take, if we plan to live a long and active life, is to learn to consistently drink the daily recommended dose of water—not tea, cola, punch, pop, or anything else, but WATER.
CHARACTERISTICS OF WATER
Water can examined in terms of its QUANTITY and QUALITY.
If the body does not get enough water to cover its biological processes, dehydration sets in, followed by diseases characteristic of it. When levels fall below the physiological norm (30 ml per kg of body weight) metabolic processes are disturbed in all organs and systems. Excretory systems, whether the respiratory, digestive, urinary, skin or lymphatic become dysfunctional.
Without water, a person can only live for approximately 3 days, because all of the cells’ metabolic processes can occur only with water present. Even during complete starvation, nutrients continue to be broken down and their waste products excreted; when water availability is limited, these products remain in the blood and, being toxic, poison the whole body.
But you should not forget that drinking too much water can be just as harmful, because that leads to cardiac overload and intensifies protein breakdown.
The body’s daily water quota is determined by environmental conditions, as well as on how much work is being done. Under normal conditions, 1.5 to 2 liters of both free and bound water should be taken in by the body. It is important to maintain the right water intake routine. In the morning, you should drink slightly more water than usual (preferably around 500 ml of pure, warm water on an empty stomach) in order to create a reserve of water in the body.
The second group of illnesses we will look at are caused by poor water quality.
These include bacterial, fungal and viral infections, as well as parasites, passed on through the water. Some examples are hepatitis A, dysentery, salmonella, typhoid fever and even flagellated protozoans.
All kinds of different chemical compounds – over 4,000 in fact – such as chlorine, nitrates, nitrites, pesticides, different toxins and chemical runoff, which enter wells and springs, become extremely poisonous once they enter our body. No less severe of a problem can be seen in purified, reverse osmosis and other forms of processed water. In order to extend its shelf life, water is treated with carbon dioxide and other preservatives. Antiseptic and stabilizing chemicals are added and removed. All of this ruins the natural quality of water.
EFFECTS OF WATER INTAKE VOLUMES ON THE BODY
EFFECTS OF WATER INTAKE VOLUMES ON THE LIFE AND DEATH OF HUMAN CELLS
So what exactly does a water shortage in the body lead to? On the one hand, the blood thickens, while on the other, urine output decreases.
Thicker blood means:
- Increased arterial pressure
- Increased rate of heart muscle contractions, which leads to an increased respiratory rate
- Increased hemoglobin levels
- Increased cholesterol levels, because the blood becomes thicker and its fat content is increased.
Reduced urine output means:
- Acidification (lowered pH)
- Increased bilirubin levels (if urine is scanty, less of this compound is being removed from the body, leading to toxicity)
- Increased blood sugar levels (surplus sugar is not removed from the body with the urine).
Moreover, reduced water levels in the body lead to increased weight and acidification. This makes the body more susceptible to bacterial infection, and as a result to increased temperature and higher WBC counts.
Increased blood pressure, heart rate, respiration and hemoglobin levels result in serious consequences – hypoxia (reduced oxygen levels).
What are the consequences of decreased urine output? The urine becomes more concentrated leading to toxicosis. Thus, water intake below the norm (less than 1.5L of water per day) leads finally to hypoxia and toxicosis of the entire body.
Critical toxicity levels can lead to cell death.
SYMPTOMS OF DEHYDRATION
- 1% – thirst;
- 2% – anxiety, decrease in appetite and performance;
- 4% – nausea, dizziness, and fatigue;
- 6% – the loss of coordination and coherence of speech;
- 10% – disturbed thermoregulation, and the cells begin to die;
- 11% – the body is undergoing major changes and needs professional medical care;
- at 20% – death can occur.
What happens to the body when it lacks sufficient water? It begins to take it from its reserves, then from the cells. It can take up to 66% of their water demand, but each cell is also a living organism, and so it protects itself by blocking its cell membrane p ores with cholesterol.
Each cell is a world to itself, with a command center in the nucleus, factories that process nutrients and waste, power stations and transport routes. The two-layer cell membrane performs protective functions, with a complex system of openings and receptors that allow water and nutrients in and force waste toxins out. Each cell uses about 70% of its produced energy to keep itself alive, and in the case of a water deficit, its operational efficiency is reduced by 40-50%.
Up to 6% of the water in the intercellular space can be taken into the cells, but this impedes waste removal, biological processes are slowed down, and as a result we end up with gout, kidney and gall bladder stones, and worse.
When our bodies do not get enough water, up to 8% can be taken from our blood to support our vital processes, which results in its thickening. All of these complications can be alleviated only with water—coffee, tea and pop just don’t cut it.
PROBLEMS CAUSED BY DEHYDRATION
Look at the list of diseases. They all have a connection to dehydration. Many people simply have no idea that the solution to their problems is committing to a daily intake of the right amount of good quality drinking water.
The SYMPTOMS of a disease are its manifestations.
For example, dryness of the mouth is not a disease, but rather a symptom, or more specifically: one of the symptoms of dehydration.
SYNDROMES are combinations of symptoms, whether three, four or more.
DISEASES are when there are many signs stemming from a known underlying cause.
Thirst is an indicator of decreased moisture in the body. It is a signal that you need to do something. You must not wait it out: Instead, drink water immediately. When you are thirsty, drinking something other than water is not the solution, though we often do so.
Dryness of the mouth is a direct sign that you are dehydrated. This symptom presents when dehydration has reached at least the 3% level. It is an indication that structural changes are occurring in the pancreatic cells.
Constipation, stool retention, irregular bowel movements are signs that water is being drawn into the blood directly from the colon through extraction from undigested food. Hard, lumpy feces are direct evidence of dehydration. Instead of taking herbal laxatives, this case calls for drinking at least 1 liter of water on an empty stomach.
Dry skin is a common complaint, and specialists usually recommend a moisturizing cream. What’s the use of applying cream to the outer surface of the skin, when it is getting neither moisture nor sufficient nutrients from the inside? Human skin cells, akin to strips of tree bark, get old, become dry and scaly and fall off. New cells appear in their place. For this reason, dead skin cells, like fallen tree bark, cannot be glued back on. They are dead. Because of this, moisturizing creams only provide a momentary effect.
Dry hair and chipped, dry nails are another sign of a water deficit in the body.
Excess stomach acidity is not a result of increased acid but rather of decreased moisture. If you take 100 g of water and add 2 g of acid, you get 2% acid. However, the same 2 g of acid in 50 g of water will be significantly more acidic. The same thing happens in the stomach. Stomach cells do not produce more acid than they need to, but rather a lack of sufficient water will result in a higher percentage of acid. Drinking more water will help neutralize your stomach acid. Depressed acidity is a sign of atrophy in the cells making up the stomach walls. The stomach consistently produces acid, and we constantly drink hot tea and eat hot soup, which kills the cells of the mucous membrane lining of the stomach, eventually resulting in their irreversible loss.
Thick bile and gallstones.
Disturbances to bile quality and flow, such as thickening, sludge and stones, are due to insufficient hydration. Bile should contain a certain proportion of water and have a specific alkalinity of pH 8.8. When water is insufficient, the bile becomes highly concentrated, thickens and forms sediment. This is a protective reaction against the damaging effects of aggressive acids.
Kidney salt, sand and stones.
These symptoms are also connected to a water deficit. Concentrations of corrosive acids in the urine increase. As a protective mechanism, the body forms non-toxic salts. The urine becomes too acidic and calcium builds up.
Popping joints, salt deposition in the joints and spine, snapping, deformed cartilage and degenerative joint disease.
Everything about these problems has three basic causes: the first and leading cause is dehydration, as well as bacteria and vitamin and mineral deficiencies (especially silicon and sulfur).
Diabetes. Accompanied by excessive intake of water and urination.
Ischemic heart disease; atherosclerosis. Present alongside poor hydration and blood thickening.
Increased blood hemoglobin levels among – the elderly usually occurs with insufficient hydration in the body, which automatically leads to the thickening of the blood.
Cataracts. Age-related far-sightedness connected to increased density of the eye lens due to its dehydration.
Ischemic stroke of cerebral blood vessels.
There are many causes, but at the root of them all lie disturbances in microcirculation. Reduced water and changes in blood flow properties can lead to the formation of clots and blockage in minor vessels.
Allergenic diseases. The polyetiological nature of the development of allergenic diseases may be connected to a surplus of proteins, a deficit in enzymes and the dehydration of tissues, as well as by toxicosis. Mucous collects in the body and clogs the minor lymph vessels of the nose, bronchi, trachea and larynx. Dehydration exacerbates these problems. Folk medicine has prescribed the use of hot, alkaline drinks, for instance milk with soda or warm mineral water as expectorants.
Disturbances in nervous function among the elderly.
With age, dystrophic structural changes in the tissues lead to disturbances in neuron function in the central nervous system, where the microcirculation of fluids plays a decisive role.
Depressed state. The acidification of the body with toxic waste, a lack of fatty acids and dehydration in the body are causes that lead to a depressed state. The body should be cleansed by drinking a large quantity of good-quality warm, alkaline water.
Toxicoses. Whether environmental, chemical, or contained in food, if the body lacks sufficient hydration to cleanse itself, exposure to toxins can lead to complications.
This is by no means a complete list of the symptoms or illnesses related to or occurring in tandem with dehydration, whether systemic, intercellular, intracellular or vascular.
Water is Life!
People often say, “I don’t like water. I like coffee, tea, wine, or microbrews.” But we are made from 70-80% water. At birth, a baby’s body is 90% water. Over our lifetimes we lose water, or in other words, we dry out. The aging process is intimately connected to the body losing moisture. In old age, we are only slightly more than 60% water. Look around you at all the young people today who look older than their years if only because from early childhood they have drunk anything and everything but water. The more moisture there is in our cells and tissues, the healthier and younger we feel and look.
PEOPLE ARE ALMOST ENTIRELY MADE OF WATER:
- Blood – 85% water
- Muscles – 75%
- Brain – 85%
- Heart – 75%
- Lungs – 86%
- Kidneys – 83%
- Eyes – 95%
- Bones – 22%
HOW YOU SHOULD DRINK AND HOW MUCH
An academic study was conducted on attention and cognitive functioning with four test groups. One group was fed potato chips to the point of thirst with no fluids given to satisfy it. The second group drank only when they began to sense thirst (as is common practice).
The third group was given as much to drink as camels at an oasis. The fourth group was allowed to drink just enough to keep thirst at bay, but not more than that. Out of the four, the last demonstrated the best results.
Avoid drinking too much water while eating and immediately afterward.
If you wash your food down with liberal amounts of water, first of all, you are less likely to properly chew it, and that results in added stress on your stomach.
Secondly, the saliva, which contains important digestive enzymes is washed away into the stomach. These enzymes are active only in an alkaline environment, whereas the stomach is acidic. What ends up happening is that the saliva does not do the job it is meant to in the mouth, and moreover neutralizes the stomach acid.
Thirdly, we end up eating much more food than we need to be satisfied. In its resting state, the human stomach holds 350 ml.
As the folds in the stomach expand, its capacity can increase. However, directly below the stomach lies the pancreas and a stretched out stomach puts pressure on it and on blood micro-circulation within it. Because of this it is not recommended that food be washed down with too much water.
It is best to drink water fifteen minutes to half an hour before you eat. The sphincter between the stomach and small intestine is still relaxed and slightly open, so the water can enter the small intestine and be absorbed by the body.
Drink after your stomach has emptied.
The stomach is ready to drink approximately 2-3 hours after carbohydrate-rich foods, and 4-5 hours after foods high in protein. The optimum wait period depends on how much fat the food contained and how much was eaten overall. Other factors include a person’s overall body type. If you want to drink after you’ve eaten, limit yourself to 100-150 ml of a warm acidic drink, for instance unsweetened tea.
Do not allow yourself to reach the point of feeling thirst.
Fluid deficiency is highly dangerous. Yogis believe that most diseases occur due to insufficient water intake, and it is the truth. The skin is a massive excretory organ that is the route the lion’s share of toxins takes to leave the body. For a healthy person, the amount of water drunk on a daily basis should be such that at least a liter of urine is produced. It should be straw colored. If it is darker, try drinking more.
The amount of water drunk.
Drinking a liter of fluid at one sitting is an assault on several organs at the same time. Stomach acid, which forms a protective barrier by killing microorganisms that enter through the mouth, and which continuously replenishes itself, is flushed out. This leaves us vulnerable. Next the rushing stream of liquid enters the small intestine, carrying improperly broken down food with it, thereby compromising the whole digestive process. This food then enters the large intestine, and fermentation begins. Next, as it enters the bloodstream, the water exerts considerable pressure on the heart and kidneys, something heart and kidney doctors have long been aware of. Because of these facts, it is best to limit yourself to one glass of the liquid at a time.
It should be obvious that we are talking only about pure water, and not about pop and other beverages. An exception to this rule is the significant amount of water lost in saunas or during physical workouts.
Even in those cases, it is best to drink a glass of water every 10 to 20 minutes. It is always a good idea to carry a bottle of water with you, especially during hot weather.
Drinking water should be slightly below room temperature (no colder than 15-20° C). Flot water aggravates the mucus membranes and washes away their protective layer. Drinking hot beverages can be an added factor that can lead to swelling in the larynx and esophagus. Liquids drunk at excessively low temperatures, in addition to increasing the risk of catching cold, can weaken the immune system.
After waking up in the morning, drink a glass of warm, pure water. This first morning glass will help flush out all the toxins that accumulated throughout the night, and prepare the stomach for food intake. The liver is automatically activated, helping remove excess bile, as well as the large intestine. Regularly following this rule will help you eliminate even the most stubborn bowel irregularities. The same procedure should be repeated again one hour before sleep.
Your body will thank you with increased energy and better results at work.
CORAL WATER – WATER FOR HEALTH LIFE!
MINERAL COMPOSITION OF CORAL-MINE
WHAT’S THE BEST WAY TO TAKE IN HIGH-QUALITY BIOLOGICALLY AVAILABLE WATER?
Based on Data from the World Health Organization, the average life expectancy in Japan is 82 years, while on the islands of Okinawa, it is 10-15 years higher than in the rest of the country. Research has confirmed that the high longevity among the population of the islands is related to the quality of the drinking water. The drinking water organic calcium index in the town of Nago (Okinawa Prefecture) is the highest not only in Japan, but in the whole world. Because the islands are found on coral atolls, the water is filtered by the corals and is enriched with mineral ions. Out of the 2,500 species of coral, white Scleractinia corals are the only kind with human health benefits. Analyses have shown that they consist of calcium, magnesium, potassium, sodium, and large amounts of vitally important micronutrients. Today, the corals are being mined around Okinawa. The finished product is called Coral-Mine.
Calcium and other alkaline minerals contained in water in bioavailable, easily absorbable forms have especially potent health benefits. Alkaline compounds carry out many important functions in the body: they increase the body’s pH, maintaining normal blood flow, and affecting the regulation of cell growth and activity, support electrical impulses in the nervous system, participate in the metabolism, and have an anti-inflammatory and anti-allergenic effect, as well as being building materials. A deficit of alkaline minerals leads to the occurrence of many illnesses.
Water containing fine coral powder changes the acid-base balance toward greater alkalinity. This amazingly beneficial property of coral has a huge impact on the human body. Practically all liquids in the body are neutral or weakly alkaline, except for the stomach acid, which has a pH of 1. Healthy blood has a pH of 7.43; that of healthy lymph is 7.5; saliva registers 7.4.
A shift of the balance toward increased acidity is one of the main causes behind many diseases. When the body’s pH increases again and the normal acid-base balance is restored, a person begins to feel better. The body is constantly on the lookout for a reserve of alkalinity for neutralizing excess acids. There are not many sources, with the chief among them being bone tissue, where the body can get the minerals it needs. The process whereby calcium is leached from the bones has not limit. This situation quickly leads to one of the most common diseases diagnosed: osteoporosis.
Coral-Mine restores the liquid crystalline structure of the water. Being a unique liquid crystal, it is perfectly suited to fill intra- and inter-cellular spaces. When frozen, water containing Coral-Mine forms a perfect snowflake structure, evidence of the well- ordered polarities of the molecules making it up. Because all water in living organisms is structured, this property of milled coral is especially valuable for maintaining health.
HOW TO DRINK WATER WITH CORAL-MINE
Water containing Coral-Mine takes on weakly alkaline properties with important health benefits. It is best to drink it on an empty stomach, either warm or slightly cool 15-30 minutes before food or 2.5-3 hours after eating, in order to ensure that the hydrochloric acid is not neutralized during the digestive process.
It is best to drink in portions of 200 to 250 ml. The sachet should be placed in pure drinking water. If further alkalization is required, a more concentrated form can be taken by adding one sachet to 250-300 or even 500 ml of water. Start each day by drinking 250-500 ml of warm water with Coral-Mine added.
How CORAL-MINE’S MINERAL COMPOSITION Affects Physiological Constants
- Coral Mine change pH becomes approximately 8.5 pH
- Coral Mine brings Redox-Potential (ORP) to range of -50 to -200
- Coral Mine softens the hardness of water
- Salinity introduces microelements in an easy to absorb form
- Surface tension reduces surface tension
- Coral Mine Binds chlorine
- Coral Mine Improves the structure of water
- Coral Mine erases water’s preexisting memory
- Water Temperature is not change.
NOW YOU CAN TEST YOURSELF
DEHYDRATION QUESTIONNAIRE (FOR ORGANS, TISSUES and CELLS)
Use the following answers: Yes = 2 points/Sometimes = 1 point /No = 0 points
- Do you fatigue more quickly at work?
- Do you have high blood pressure?
- Do you drink less than 1 liter of water per day?
- Do you often have a scratchy throat and dry cough?
- Have you recently felt nauseous after fatty foods, or have they left a bitter taste in your mouth?
- Have you noticed your hair has gotten drier?
- Have you experienced reduced frequency of urination (2-3 times/day)?
- Have you noticed your urine taking on a sharp odor?
- Has your eyesight recently worsened (become more far-sighted)?
- Have you been plagued by allergenic symptoms (cough, stuffy nose, rashes)?
- Do you experience heartburn while eating and when your stomach is empty?
- Does bleeding stop immediately following cuts and scrapes?
- Do you wake up with a dry mouth?
- Has your quality of sleep worsened, or have your dreams become more disturbing?
- Do you have persistently high blood pressure?
- Do you have sludge or stones in your gallbladder?
- Do you have grit or stones in your kidneys?
- Do you experience worrisome popping in your joints?
- Are your joints rigid?
- Has your body odor become more foul?
- Is your skin less elastic with more wrinkles?
- Do you feel the need to wash your food down?
Less than 3 points: Your water balance is probably in the normal range.
From 3 to 6 points: Your body is compensating for the lack of moisture, but you should pay more attention to your drinking habits.
More than 6 points: You are likely dehydrated. You should analyze your drinking habits in terms both of quality and quantity and optimize them.
More than 10: Your dehydration has reached hazard levels. Your health is at serious risk.
POSSIBLE CONSEQUENCES OF DEHYRATION FOR THE BODY:
Increased susceptibility to heart attacks, strokes and thromboses. Increased toxicosis in the body. Conditions in place for the development of such diseases as cataracts, allergies, ischemic heart disease, hypertension, allergic broncheological illnesses, joint diseases. Development of increased acidity, dry skin and hair. Increased likelihood of gallstones and kidney stones.
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THE CHOICE IS YOURS!
This article only provides a cursory introduction to the information that we need to be reminded of every day. In it, we have only covered a few details about one aspect of our lives: water.
We could say much more, but if you remember only one thing, it is to drink 1.5 to 2 liters of healthy water containing Coral-Mine each day.
We are all children of our wise Mother Nature, who has shown us how to live a healthy life on this planet. Remember that there are no problems without solutions. A person’s health is 90% their own responsibility. The body has an amazing capacity for self-healing from any condition at any age, it just needs the right support.
There are several basic factors behind how we feel:
- Psychology: A positive outlook on life and the people in it and the desire to be healthy
- Movement: Stretching, sports, running, and active recreation
- Water (in the right quantity and of the right quality);
- Measures we can take to cleanse our body of pathogens using natural herbal remedies (at least twice per year)
- Diet: Living food, without preservatives, and containing the recommended daily amounts of nutrients (building materials) needed for new cells to form.
IT’S UP TO YOU TO CHOOSE A NATURALLY HEALTHY LIFESTYLE!