This book was very informative even though it's only 196 pages. It tells that you can prevent or cure some of the ailments mentioned in this book like pain in the muscles, ease of digestion...etc if you just drink water. He says that you shouldn't wait to be thirsty you should drink water even though you don't feel thirsty, when you feel thirsty that's the end sign, you brains need water most. Your organs need water to function, 70% of us is water so we practically live inside water, since we evolved from water anyway just 2.2 billion years ago. Average human body has 40 litres of water that is completely replaced every 2 weeks, this equates to 3 litres of water a day, some of it being replaced by the vapour in the air, some of it being replaced by the water inside the food that we eat so you don't have drink 3 litres of water a day, but you at least bare minimum is 1 litres of water a day, that's the bare minimum, the recommended water intake is 2 litres depending on the dryness of weather and the dryness of the food you eat this can be increased or decreased. As you can see human body need water to function without water the cells can still function up to some percentage of their capacity, some of the cells inside an organ in a human body may shut down causing some ailments that he mention in this book which you can prevent or cure just by drinking water and only water is water fizzy drinks, water inside coffee is not water.
He also mentions water with a bit of salt. Daily salt intake is 6g a day which I think I do from the most of the food I eat so I don't think I'm gonna take his advice on the salt side, but he's spot on
on the water subject. I now began to drink water that is spring water before lunch and dinner as opposed to after the suppers, I think I can say my digestion is much improved, I try to drink water as much as I can, I don't feel dehydrated anymore. So what's the harm? I mean just by drinking water you will be having a preventative, curing investment on your health.
Well done to the writer. I loved reading it. I wish it was a bit longer, a bit more researched, a bit more detailed. I think there is a need for a book on this subject but in more depth, in more thickness.