Wednesday, December 15, 2010

My Water 4 Life

High blood pressure is the most common physical abnormality that shows up in a routine doctor's office visit. A lot of folks will be unaware that their blood pressure is even a medical issue until it is checked by their physician's nurse. After checking your blood pressure several more times, and it continues to be higher than normal, your doctor usually recommends medication to control a potentially life threatening condition.

Now, this treatment option may seem reasonable to the average consumer, but you are a consumer with more options than you have ever known about before. Sadly, we have become an all to trusting culture that has overcomplicated a simple condition of the human body.

In Dr. Batmanghelidj's historical book, "Your Body's Many Cries for Water", he says that essential hypertension is an adaptive process to a gross body water deficiency. And, that our bodies have no option other than to hold on to what little water reserves it may have by keeping sodium in the body. The present way of treating hypertension with diuretics to get rid of water is scientific absurdity.

Hydration is a daily responsibility for all mankind. The more sodas, coffee and alcohol one decides to ingest, the more important it becomes to drink more water to compensate for the dehydration those 'other' beverages cause within you.

This blog is about informing you that even water is not all that beneficial to your health if it is not hexagonal water. This type of water is present in nature, in remote parts of the world, but not feasible for the health conscious American who may be aware of its existence. That is not until about 7 years ago. A thirty year old Japanese company, in 2003, brought this highly successful health enhancing technology to the United States.

As this health changing technology begins to spread from one U.S. household to another, chances are good that you will be hearing a lot more in the future about ionized, restructured water.

Right now, I think most people are wondering about America's health care future, and what role they have to play in it. That is...if they are ready for the kind of change they can begin to feel good about. Does the water really work that well?

In my next post I will begin to tell you about my experiences I've had when I shared the water with those who were willing to give it a try. And, as for Dr. B. If he were still here today, we can only assume that he would be very excited that his work was being expanded upon. At least, that is what I would like to think!


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