“The more people making a living off cancer and other so-called incurable diseases. the more impossible it is to get rid of them.” Dr. Dean Burk, co-founder National Cancer Institute.
“I cured myself of cancer without radiation, chemo or drugs. I used water, diet and exercise.” Lorraine Day, MD. www.drday.com
While there’s a good bit missing, this is the crux of it all. Read more here. You need a certain amount of water per body weight, a certain amount of good salt for that amount of water, and the water will flush minerals out of your body so there are certain minerals you really need to compensate for. If you don’t get these, your body will start to manifest illnesses. Here is how to find out how much water you need.
Weigh yourself in pounds. Take the number of pounds and divide it by 2, that’s the number of fluid ounces you need per day. So a 200 pound man needs 100 fluid ounces of water per day. Those are American fluid ounces so keep that in mind, use www.onlineconversions.com and click the volume link.
For every 2 pints of water you take you need 1/4 teaspoon of sea salt. What I do is I use a plastic measuring spoon (metal ones tend to get rusted by the salt) and I measure my salt into a tiny lunch box at the start of the day so I don’t get too much or too little salt. I drink water 5 times (just shy of 5 pints) per day so I take roughly 1/5th of my salt with my pint. Don’t put the salt in your water just swallow it. Or you can also put it on your food. Himalayan rock salt and Celtic sea salt seem to be the best. And contrary to conventional wisdom, salt doesn’t raise your blood pressure, dehydration does that, because dehydrated blood is so thick the heart has to raise the pressure just to push that sludge through the veins.
If you want also, and I recommend this, you need calcium, magnesium, zinc, selenium and potassium. And quite a bit too. The 1st 4 you can just eat quite a bit of mixed nuts, Brazil nuts are a good source of selenium, but most nuts give you lots of magnesium, calcium and zinc. The potassium you can get from bananas and figs.
Do not eat (or drink tea, juice, milk etc) within a half hour of drinking water or vice versa. And teas/juices don’t even count towards your hydration. Just water. The solids in your tea are treated as nutrients, and the body absorbs them and dumps the water. It can only absorb solids, or water, not both at the same time, and if you try make it do both it will choose to the absorb nutrients.
I think that’s about all so let me know if there’s anything unclear and I’ll hopefully have an answer. Also try these websites;
Also the book ‘Your bodies many cries for water’ by Dr. F Batmanghelidj is well worth the read.
Hope this helps.
Originally Posted by Rowan on Tír na Saor @: http://freemanireland.ning.com/forum/topics/watercure-condensed-summary