Soles | Water Hydration

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Your First Consideration is Water Hydration

What happens if you water one and not the other living flowers?

remember to drink water
forgot to water

What happens to you if you do not hydrate enough?

Our Bodies Are Made Largely of Water

Water Hydration

When wearing your Magnetic Soles,

the first consideration for any person is water hydration, because our bodies are made largely of water.

Constantly Top It Up

The body is made of trillions of cells, largely consisting of water. We lose a little water naturally with every breath, evaporation through the skin, through feces and of course, most lost water is passed as urine.

We have to constantly top it up or we decline into dehydration and affect the whole process of delivery of oxygen and nutrients in the body.

Remember to constantly top it up
Remember to constantly top it up with water

High Water Content Fruits and Vegetables

High water content, organically grown, alkalizing, fresh, whole fruits and vegetables, including apples, apricots, bananas, blackberries, blueberries, cape gooseberry, cantaloupe, cherries, durian, grapes, grapefruit, honeydew, jackfruit, lemons, limes, longan, lychee, mangos, mangosteen, nectarines, oranges, papaya, peaches, pears, pineapple, plums, prickly pears, rambutan, raspberries, starfruit, strawberries, tangerines, tomatoes, watermelon, asperagus, baby bok choy, baby spinach, Belgian endive, broccoli, butterhead lettuce, carrots, cauliflower, celery, cremini mushrooms, cucumber, green cabbage, iceberg lettuce, kale, portabella mushrooms, red cabbage, red leaf lettuce, summer squash, sunflower sprouts, sweet peppers, Swiss chard and watercress are a wonderful source of the finest water.

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Note: A tremendous variety of fruits and vegetables are the foundation of our natural biological diet. The water inside them counts as part of your daily fluid intake.

Tips to Keep Hydrating Yourself

Develop methods of inspiring yourself to constantly drink little sips of water all day long, such as flavouring your water with fruit.

The body absorbs water slowly. Think in terms of drinking a cup an hour, distributed over each hour, avoiding meals, as specified below. You may wish to set a timer to remind yourself to take a quarter cup or so every 15 minutes during hydration times.

If you drink a quart or a liter of water quickly, your body will empty out the excess, flushing out everything extra you have drank that it cannot process.

Employ some favourite water vessels to maintain a good habit for life.

water with fruit for flavour
teacup with book
floral mug
water dispenser

 Doctor Fereydoon Batmanghelidj: Recommended Amount of Water to Drink

Fereydoon Batmanghelidj, M.D.
Fereydoon Batmanghelidj, M.D.

"Dr. Batman", Dr. F. Batmanghelidj, www.WaterCure.comknown for his work in helping Humanity with water, said that a person's body weight in pounds divided by 2 equals the number of ounces of water the body uses and loses each day. 

For example, a 150 lb. person needs 75 ounces of water per day.

In the Metric system, divide your weight in kilograms by 30. For example, a 75 kg. person needs 2.5 liters per day.

Athletes, other bodies working harder, and those in warmer temperatures, may need more water hydration.

Always consult your physician; speak with your doctor about your questions or concerns.

Body Weight in Pounds ÷ 2 = Water Ounces
Your requirements may increase when you perform exercises
that cause you to loose water or if you live in extreme heat.

Your Body's Many Cries for Water:
Fereydoon Batmanghelidj, M.D.

 Your Body's Many Cries for Water:
 You're not sick; you're thirsty
Don't treat thirst with medication
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