Water and Health
Embrace a new relationship with water
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Hydration doesn’t just keep you moist, it works from the inside out to overcome fatigue and lack of focus, gives you easy fluid movement, helps digest your food, and washes away waste and contaminants in your system. Hydration actually gives you energy you need for thinking, feeling and healing. Water is really your fuel and being hydrated is preventative care.
We are facing an epidemic, a dehydration epidemic where 100% of us are now dehydrated. Listen to The Hydration Foundation’s interview with Dr. Zach Bush as he provides his clinical evidence of how he knows we are all dehydrated. More importantly, he shares his thoughts on the underlying reasons behind the epidemic:
Holland Franklin, EMF expert and Feng Shui Consultant shares some personal experiences with both the effects of over-exposure to wireless technology and the benefits of structured water, which has been a godsend for her health, as she claims.
Bold Statements by Dr. Zach Bush about Structured Water. In this interview with The Hydration Foundation, Dr. Bush, MD will forever alter your understanding of what we are doing when we DRINK, EAT MOVE, and the urgency of hydration as our energy source and as the ultimate solvent for toxins.
Gina Bria, an anthropologist and author, discovered hydration solutions to modern water challenges while researching desert dwellers. Her first project was to support her elderly mother who was suffering from dehydration in a nursing home. Surprised these natural strategies, confirmed by recent science breakthroughs, were not more widespread, she convened the first TEDx event Bodies of Water, creating 4 TEDxtalks, as well as the Hydration Foundation to spread information on structured water.
From a perspective of hydration, the paradigm we are living in is not supporting us. We may not have complete agreement on which aspects of the paradigm are determining the current results, but one thing we can agree on is the research on over 40,000 people that shows that people absorb less than 10% of the water they drink and at least 94% of us are dehydrated.