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Dehydration and the Importance of Water


There is a Dehydration epidemic! Freshly Squeezed Water Explain:

Most people are chronically and dangerously dehydrated. This is because they do not drink enough water. Instead they drink dehydrating fluids that most people deem more palatable or pleasant than water, like coffee, tea, cordials, fizzy drinks or alcohol. The causes of the resultant diseases are generally not identified my medical practitioners – so they are often treated completely unnecessarily with drugs which bring with them a whole range of side effects.

(See a BBC News report about the side effects of drugs, and an article about it from Jay Cohen, a prominent US medical practitioner.)

The Importance of Water for the Human Body

Water is vital to our bodies - around 80% of our bodies is comprised of water!

As Dr Batmanghelidj, author of bestseller “Your Bodies many Cries for Water”

In his book, Dr Batmanghelidj provides evidence which explains why many common diseases are effectively symptoms of dehydration. Such ailments include:

  • Dyspeptic pain
  • Collitis pain
  • Hiatus hernia
  • Rheumatoid arthitis
  • Lower back pain
  • Neck pain
  • Anginal pain
  • Headache Stress and depression
  • Hypertension
  • High cholesterol
  • Excess body weight
  • Asthma & allergies
  • Type II diabetes
  • Immune system disorders


How to Avoid Dehydration

To avoid dehydration, adults should drink 2 to 3 litres of fresh, clean water every day, and minimise the consumption of dehydrating fluids. Avoid drinking during and within 30 minutes of meals. Drink more if you are exercising or sick.

Tap water generally contains many contaminants and should be filtered by reverse osmosis (see which water) to reduce fluoride, chlorine, heavy metals, pesticides, hormones and other contaminants. Bottled water is of variable quality and may become contaminated with oestrogen-rich plasticisers from plastic bottles.

Use RO water for all cooking needs too, to avoid concentrating the chemicals in water in your food.


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