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Many of the preconceived notions i had about the nature and importance of the water we drink was adressed in this book for me,from the artificial toxic fluoride added to tap water supplies to the best filtration systems,the pros and cons of such devices are explained very clearly.If you care about your health then this is one book you should find the time to read.
It is also strongly focused on North America, which is useful for North Americans, but since I am English, drinking my water from taps and springs and bottles in the UK, more than 1/3 of the book was totally irrelevant.
I suggest taking it off Amazon.co.uk immediately.
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The importance of water consumption may be related to the kidneys inability to function properly without an adequate supply of water.
An increase in the consumption of water is the most effective treatment for fluid retention.
Although diuretics may temporarily reduce water retention, they also deplete the body of essential nutrients and impair metabolism.
Water also aids in the relief of constipation.
Water acts as a solvent of poisons and waste.
Water has an electrical and mineral content that helps to regulate all the functions in the body.
Another wonderful quality of water is its role as a universal antioxidant. The high-electron charge of healthy water brings electrons into the system so they are able to destroy free radical activity.
On the average, an individual should drink approximately 96 ounces, (3 liters) of water at least per day. However, individuals desiring to shed pounds should drink an additional eight (8) ounces of water for every 25 pounds over their ideal weight. (see chart below) Water intake should also be increased if the individual is exercising briskly or residing in a hot climate. For superior health, a gallon of water should be consumed each day.
I have switched from spring to reverse osmosis to distilled to structured and have always been undecided about ionizing water.
The chapter on "The Importance of Water on Human Health" is worth everyone's time to read. From when to drink to how much to how much is too much water, this topic is a good nudge for all who have forgotten the simple necessity of drinking enough water and the right water.
For readers who seriously are considering which form of water they believe will benefit them most fully, this book is certainly worth the time reading.
With my doctorate in Naturopathy, I can tell you the opinions are myriad as to which water is the most beneficial water to drink. I also appreciated Mr Meyerowitz's brevity and keeping his book a quick read for everyone.