Your Body's Many Cries for Water: You're Not Sick; You're Thirsty: Don't Treat Thirst with Medications Paperback – 1 Nov 2008
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About the Author
F. Batmanghelidj, M.D., is an internationally renowned researcher, author, and advocate of the natural healing power of water.
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Maintaining good hydration is an important part of any health program, although other steps are also going to be necessary for almost all of us. Food allergies, high insulin levels from too many refined carbohydrates, chemical exposures and poor nutrient levels in food and many other problems all contribute to disease and must be dealt with in addition to drinking adequate water.
I wasn't at all convinced by the water cure testimonials given.
I must say I'm getting a bit tired of authors who claim that their one small specialty is the cure to everything! The water expert says all we need is water, the vitamin D expert says many diseases are caused by low D (and only recommends very low levels of other nutrient supplements) and the lipid expert says too much omega 6 is the cause of much disease and advocates high levels of omega 3 fats (and only recommends very low levels of other nutrient supplements) and so on!
The truth is that these recommendations all work best together, as part of a complete and balanced nutritional program that doesn't leave anything major out or leave you very low in any important nutrient. There is no one magic bullet. The body needs all the essential components to function well and be healthy and to heal disease. A lack of any of them will cause problems as every nutrient does everything, in the end.
I've been drinking lots of water for years, with extra unrefined sea salt and potassium, magnesium and calcium added to keep electrolytes in balance.Read more ›
He says, in this book, "during the intrauterine stage of cell expansion, water for cell growth of the child has to be provided by the mother. However, the transmitter system for water intake seems to be produced by the fetal tissue, but registers its effect on the mother. The very first indicator for water needs of the fetus and the mother seems to be morning sickness during the early phase of pregnancy. Morning sickness is a thirst signal of both the fetus and the mother."
How could something so simple be overlooked? It may not always be dehydration but what if this IS the primary reason, and so many women are suffering simply because they do not yet know this simple fact?
Batmanghelidj graduated from St. Mary's Hospital Medical School of London University, where he studied under Sir Alexander Fleming. He later discovered the medicinal value of water during his detention in Evin Prison, Iran, by treating inmates with water when medication was not available.
However, his methods and ideas ascribing common disease symptoms to dehydration have been rejected by the vast majority of the medical community. Why? Firstly, because science cannot believe in something so simple as the medicinal properties of water. Second, because it would cause the industry to go practically bankrupt overnight. Just imagine if water could 'cure' so many diseases, without the need for toxic medications.
He authored book, Your Body's Many Cries for Water, was an immediate bestseller and has sold over 1 million copies. However, I have to wonder why hasn't it sold over 100 million?Read more ›
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a bit complicated for me, but thoroughly researched and presentedPublished 9 days ago by m rachel morris
A very interesting book; it gives you a totally new perspective on medicine we are used to, and on water, of course, the great power of which the author is supporting by many... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
I have known and owned this book for your years. At first I took it highly but no more. Can't
sleep at night? Hydrate. Grumpy? Hydrate. Read more
Water... Water... Water! Just as simple as drinking water to feel great is the possibility to forget about drinking it! Read morePublished 3 months ago by Christine
The information in this book should be on the front pages of every newspaper in the country I wish I had read this book thirty years agoPublished 4 months ago by s.cunningham