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The History of the Water We Drink

The History of the Water We Drink

Almost three-quarters of the earth’s surface is covered with water. With that much water, people have taken it for granted that clean water would always be available. Increasingly, we are finding that this might not be so. Despite decades of effort cleaning up lakes, streams, and groundwater — and regulations and laws that have been passed to reduce industrial pollution of water supplies — new forms of pollution are being discovered daily.On one hand, we are told by health authorities – both local and federal – that municipal drinking water supplies are cleaner and healthier than ever. Yet there are reports, usually buried within documents not readily available to the public, indicating that major problems still face us — and that they may be worsening. Until the Middle Ages, most advanced societies devoted tremendous effort and financial resources to assure their people had clean water. There are a number of biblical references to the importance of clean water. Ezekiel mentions “healing” polluted water, and both Leviticus and Deuteronomy outline methods of public sanitation. In the book “The Water We Drink,” Dr. Joshua Barzilay and co-authors cite Roman laws against having a cemetery, furnace, tannery, or slaughterhouse within 25 meters of a well. Clean water for drinking and bathing was a major concern of the Romans. Most of us are aware of their extensive system of aqueducts. They had an elaborate filtration system, too, much of which is still used today. With the fall of the Roman Empire, however, came an end to public sanitation. Streets littered with garbage and even human waste became a common sight. Epidemics were the result, yet no efforts were made to correct the situation for nearly 500 years. In fact, for hundreds of years most war-related deaths were due to disease, not battle wounds. The Age of Enlightenment in the 17th century brought a shift toward science and reasoning as well as widespread industrialization. Yet a new problem appeared: the industrial pollution of lakes and streams. It wasn’t until the 19th century that poor sanitation methods began to be widely recognized as a major source for disease. Pasteur and Koch discovered that water contained microorganisms that could cause human disease, and an effort to clean up water supplies ensued. In the mid-19th century, a few decades before their theories were published, diarrhea related diseases were the third leading cause of death in the United...

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Dr. Don Corbert, MD.

Dr. Don  Corbert, MD.

“Hexagonal, alkaline water is especially effective in treating those with chronic disease.” “Your body thrives in an alkaline environment since it is able to detoxify more efficiently than in an acidic environment. In an alkaline environment your tissues get rid of impurities more efficiently. When cancer patients come into my office to begin nutritional treatment, their bodies are almost always very acidic and toxic. My first task is to get their tissues alkalinized with alkaline water.” “I have recommended alkaline hexagonal water to even my youngest patients. In 2005 a ten-year old girl and her parents came to my office in South Carolina. The girl had crippling juvenile rheumatoid arthritis and weighed only fifty-two pounds. Her hands were swollen like mitts, and her knees were swollen as large as softballs. I put her on hexagonal, alkaline water, one to two quarts a day. A week and a half later she was pain free, and her swelling was significantly diminished. When she arrived she was wheelchair bound, but she was actually able to walk without pain after only a week and a half of drinking hexagonal, alkaline water. Her parents were ecstatic. We raised the pH of her tissues. After a month, her hands were almost normal size.” Don Colbert, M.D., is board certified in family practice and anti aging medicine. He is the Medical Director of the Divine Health Wellness Center in Orlando, Florida where he has treated over 40,000 patients. Dr. Colbert is an internationally known expert and prolific speaker on integrative medicine (a combination of traditional and alternative medicine). Don Colbert, M.D. has been featured on Fox News, ABC World News, The Atlanta Journal Constitution, BBC, Readers Digest, News Week, Prevention Magazine, and many others. He’s the best-selling author of over 40 books including What Would Jesus Eat, The Bible Cure Series, as well as The Seven Pillars of Health (a New York Times best-seller) that together have sold over 4 million copies. Many of Dr. Colbert’s books are required reading at many medical schools around the world. Dr.Colbert is on the Medical Advisory Board for the Fellowship of Christian Atlhletes. Dr. Colbert is also the president of Divine Health Inc., which distributes and sells nutritional supplements and...

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