Month: January 2012
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As early as the turn of the last century, our ancestors got their water from the rivers and streams near where they lived. The water was alkaline from picking up minerals as it bubbled over the rock. It was full of extra oxygen from flowing over the rock and down waterfalls. It was full of negative ions from the sunlight. The water was healthy to drink and they fed it to their animals. Animals in the wild still drink this water as do some of the world’s longest lived races.
Nowadays, we can’t do that. Most urban water is not clean nor is it safe to drink without being treated. The treatment of choice seems to be chlorine and chloramines. When chlorine comes in contact with organic matter in the water, it creates all kinds of harmful byproducts that can cause disease over time.… Read the rest
When people get to be a “certain” age, they tend to slow down, and in most cases they feel like they need to. Now, some people are picking up speed, just when you’d think they should be doing the opposite. What’s their secret?
Take J.L., who wouldn’t even get out of bed to go to the bathroom because of severe depression. Now, he’s out of bed and back to work. His partner can’t believe the difference in him.
And S.B., who has so much body and joint pain, it was difficult to get around. Now she’s out walking the dogs and is able to bowl again. Her team is so glad to have her back and she’s bowling better than ever.… Read the rest
In a state of dehydration, body cells cannot assimilate nutrients, remove waste and relieve pain from conditions like arthritis or fibromyalgia. Dehydration also occurs as a side effect of caffeine, sugar and processed food consumption, exercise and the use of certain medications.
Humans need hydrogen to survive. It is the key to long life and anti-aging. However, due to mass food production, mineral deficient soil, pesticides, chemical fertilizers, over-processing of foods, chemical preservatives, and drinking over-chlorinated/over-fluoridated water, people do not get enough Hydrogen ions daily. Body cells become damaged, hydration levels decrease and cells age.
Dramatic breakthroughs in overcoming disease are being published in some of the world’s most prestigious scientific journals as a result of the hydration movement. At the same time, thousands of Scientists and Medical Doctors around the world like F.… Read the rest
“Our bodies consist of about 75% water, in a purely healthy state. In that state our blood is at its optimum pH, the “pump” that pushes nutrients into the cells and the acidic waste out of the cells is working to perfection. Each of your cells is plump with life and vitality. Your whole body is humming along in a flow of energy and efficiency. Most of the water inside us is salty. It’s just like the sea. It’s almost like we crawled out of the ocean to live life on land. Depending on our activity level, we can start to dry out at an early age.… Read the rest
Allergies plague thousands of people every year. Some people experience wheezing as part of their allergic response but they don’t have a diagnosis of asthma. The weepy eyes, runny nose, pounding headache and cough are characteristic signs of an allergic response. The root causes may shock you.
Allergies are caused by a histamine reaction in the body. Histamine is one of the body’s main neurotransmitters. It has two functions in the body. It has a major role in the immune system and it regulates available water in the body.
People think of histamine as the cause of allergies so that is why people take anti-histamines to relieve the symptoms of an allergic response. What most people don’t know is that histamine is in charge of water regulation in the body.… Read the rest
There are hidden substances all around you, in the air, in your food and water. Not to get paranoid about it is a good call. You would have a hard time living, if you knew and dwelt on all the ramifications. But a good housecleaning once in a while is a good plan. As you learn to reduce, reuse and recycle in your own home and environment, you learn to reduce toxins and waste in your world. You learn to do things a different way and you learn to do without things that are potentially harmful. You can do that inside, too, in your internal environment.
Just as our world has become piled with garbage, polluted with industrial chemicals, wastes and filled with smoggy air, so is our inner world filled with the remnant of toxins that we take into our bodies unwittingly or unknowingly, day after day.… Read the rest
Turbidity is the measure of water clarity. The more suspended solids in the water, the cloudier it becomes. Here on the west coast of Canada, most of our drinking water is rain water. When it runs off the hills, it picks up sediment and it flows into the reservoirs. This murkiness not only affects the waters “drinkability”, the suspended particles absorb heat from the sun and warm the water. The warmer water holds less oxygen and is less healthy to drink.
When the water becomes cloudy, extra chlorine is added to kill any organisms attached to the particulate matter. When the chlorine comes in contact with organic matter in the water, a chemical reaction takes place which creates toxic chlorine by-products that you really don’t want to be drinking.… Read the rest
In the Globe and Mail newspaper on Wednesday November 9, 2005, Andre Picard reported on a study on human contaminants, using 11 volunteers, including well know wildlife artist, Robert Bateman. The resulting report entitled “Toxic Nation: A Report on Pollution in Canadians,” shows how despite clean living, we are all a repository for all kinds of toxins and pollutants, including, heavy metals; PCBs (polychlorinated biphenyls used in electrical transformers and now banned); PBDEs (polybrominated diphenyl ethers used as fire retardants); PFOs (perfluorinated chemicals used in stain repellants, non-stick cookware and food packaging), pesticides and insecticides.
Robert Bateman is a very environmentally conscious individual who eats organic food and lives in a rural community. If he has 48 different toxic substances in his body, can you imagine what a city dweller could have in theirs.… Read the rest
Believe it or not, the skin is the largest organ in the body and makes up about 15 percent of the body’s weight. The average adult has from 12 to 20 square feet of skin surface. If we took apart the skin, we would find that it is 70 percent water, 25 percent protein and 2 percent fats. The remaining bits would include trace minerals, nucleic acids and other chemical constituents.
The skin is made up of layers which have different functions. The epidermis is the part of the skin that we see when we look at ourselves. This layer is our first line of defense against bacteria and substances that may be harmful to us, and contains an oily film called the acid mantle.… Read the rest