Tuesday, January 11, 2011

My Water 4 Life

Around six years ago I bought and read a book on the subject of drinking water. I have passed it out to a lot of my friends to read. Most of them will not take it seriously, though, and dismiss it as just to darned hard for them to do. Just the simple act of drinking more water instead of other fluids seems to turn off a lot of people. They know it would be healthy for them, but honestly, they believe improving their diet would have more of an impact on their health than drinking more water.

While it's true that getting off (or reducing) processed food and drink is a step in the right direction, it is not the complete picture.

From the moment I read "Your Body's Many Cries For Water", by F. Batmanghelidj, M.D. I knew I had found something very important everyone should have the chance to read and understand. Until I began to question the differences in water, Dr. B's sound advice only took me so far. Water is different depending on the source it comes from, and changes constantly due to many different factors that we are only just beginning to understand.

The Japanese have been working rather diligently on the science of alkalized, restructured water for well over 30 years now. Americans are often slow, sometimes, at accepting a concept they have never heard of. Or, maybe that's just human nature in general. If this technology is as wonderful as the Japanese claim it to be, why haven't we heard about it long before now?

Consider the fact that sick care in this country is BIG business. Without a constant influx of sick people coming into the current status quo system to take care of, a lot of folks would be out of work. How much does suppressing diseases cost everyone in terms of financial wealth and rob us of our health all at the same time?

Also,consider this fact, if this type of healthier drinking water has been around this long already, with literally thousands upon thousands of positive testimonials from satisfied users, then it is probably here to stay. And, you will most likely be hearing a lot more about it in the United States as a lot of people are approached about the subject in the very near future.

What is the one dreaded disease diagnosis most of us fear the very most in the entire world? If I would have to guess, I would have to say it is probably cancer. Just the mere mentioning of the word, brings up feelings of deep despair and hopelessness. It's viewed as a death sentence in most people's minds.

In closing this post, I would like to leave you with an excerpt from chapter 6 in a book written by Robert G. Wright titled "Kill Cancer Not People". It is yet another look at how reduced water can effect the outcome of a person diagnosed with cancer. Hopefully you will find it interesting reading.

Alkalized, restructured or reduced water is here to stay, when are you going to take the time to take an open minded look at it?


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