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Do not think all water is the same

Do not think all water is the same

To put it simply, you want the purest water you can get that also contains essential trace minerals and that is pH optimized and in a form that your body can most readily utilize. In that regard, not all water is the same. 1.  Avoid chlorine and chloramines in your water. They are known carcinogens and kill all beneficial bacteria. 2. Avoid fluoride in your water. It makes your bones weaker, encourages the deposit of aluminum in the brain, and lowers immune levels throughout the body. 3. Drink water with optimized molecular groupings to improve cellular transport. There are many ways this can be accomplished, but applying a magnetic field to the water certainly works, and it’s inexpensive. The interesting thing is that plants, which are not subject to the placebo effect, grow much better on water subjected to a magnetic field. 4. Drink water that has an alkaline pH. As detailed in Chapter 13 of Lessons from the Miracle Doctors, maintaining a blood pH of around 7.45, without compromising the pH of the surrounding tissue, is vital. This requires the presence of minerals since pure distilled water has a neutral pH but turns slightly acid over time as it absorbs carbon dioxide from the air, thus forming carbonic acid. How much water do we really need? In advanced societies, thinking that tea, coffee, alcohol, soda pop, or other forms of manufactured beverages are desirable substitutes for the purely natural water needs of the daily “stressed” body is a common, but potentially deadly, mistake. Water is the solvent in our bodies, and as such, it regulates all the functions of our bodies, including the action of all the solids dissolved in the water. In fact, every function of the body is monitored and pegged to the efficient flow of water. Think for a moment of just a few of the functions that water regulates: The movement of blood The transport of nutrients into our cells The movement of waste out of our cells The flow of lymph fluid The movement of nerve impulses through our nerves The movement of hormones throughout our bodies The functioning of our brains Understand, we can function quite well and for quite a long time without sufficient water. The body quickly adapts and starts extracting more water from your stools for example. The kidneys flush less water to retain the limited supply you have....

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Water facts

1.1 billion people lack access to an improved water supply – approximately one in six people on earth. 2.6 billion people in the world lack access to improved sanitation. Less than 1% of the world’s fresh water (or about 0.007% of all water on earth) is readily accessible for direct human use. A person can live weeks without food, but only days without water. A person needs 4 to 5 gallons of water per day to survive. The average American individual uses 100 to 176 gallons of water at home each day.  The average African family uses about 5 gallons of water each day. Millions of women and children spend several hours a day collecting water from distant, often-polluted sources. Water systems fail at a rate of 50% or higher. Every $1 spent on water and sanitation creates on average another $8 in costs averted and productivity gained. Almost two in three people lacking access to clean water live on less $2 a day. Poor people living in the slums often pay 5-10 times more for per liter of water than wealthy people living in the same...

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TAP WATER

How do you feel about drinking 8 glasses of tap water each day? Chlorination makes tap water safe to drink but it can also react with organic compounds inside your body to produce toxic substances, especially in your colon. Small amounts of chlorine are added to our public drinking water supply to kill bacteria and other microorganisms. This amount of chlorine is small enough for us to drink but it can still kill bacteria and enzymes in our body essential to digestion. During a shower, our bodies absorb this chlorinated water through our skin. We also inhale the mist and steam of this water while we shower. Nearly all tap water supplies contain large amounts of active oxygen (oxidants) and high positive ORP (Oxidation Reduction Potential) values. Having a high POSITIVE ORP means that tap water can be very oxidizing, or destructive to your...

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