Did you know that most chronically ill people die from dehydration than they do the condition itself? It’s true. That’s not just the opinion of this writer…it’s a well-known fact. So why do we not address the need for water more than we do?
It’s no wonder that people struggling to keep fluids down would refuse water. After all, when all of your fluids are being lost through vomiting and diarrhea, who wants to add fuel to the fire? I’m not sure what excuse healthy people use for not drinking water but I do know that dehydration can quickly lead to death and lots of water isn’t optional for sick people (OR healthy people IF they want to stay that way).
“Drinking a gallon of fluid daily recognized as key to survival for Ebola”
A recent Ebola study published by the New England Journal of Medicine has this to say about the Ebola protocol and the need for water:
“We undertook aggressive supportive measures of hydration (typically, 3 to 5 liters of intravenous fluids per day early in the course of care) and electrolyte correction,” explains the study. “As the patients’ condition improved clinically, there was a concomitant decline in the amount of virus detected in plasma.”
There are only two options when it comes to getting enough fluids. First, fluids can be introduced through an I.V. in a hospital setting OR the patient can consume a gallon of restructured water a day. If you’re thinking that this isn’t possible, especially for sick people, then you are underestimating the power of restructured water.
Restructured water is water that has been ionized using high levels of electricity. The end result is much the same as when lightning strikes water. When this happens, the water molecule clusters are drastically reduced in size through what scientist refer to as dissociation of water. When the clusters are reduced in size it means that the body will be able to absorb the water at the cellular level and at “lightning speed”. It also means that it’s no trouble for anybody – sick or healthy – to consume a gallon of healthy water a day. Most water is absorbed into the body so fast that it isn’t in the stomach long enough to cause problems…if you know what I mean.
It isn’t likely that you’ll get Ebola but is IS likely that you or someone you love will get the flu at some point. If you want to recover quickly and avoid I.V. intervention, be sure to drink LOTS of healthy water.,,even if you don’t feel like it. Hydration is key to sustaining life AND health. Drinking a little bit of the wrong kind of water has little value to you at all.
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