Messages From the Womb…Were We Wiser Before Birth?

At 34 weeks into a pregnancy, a baby no longer relies on the immune system of the mother. It’s time for the baby to build upon its own immune system that will protect it at birth and beyond. What are expectant mothers doing to assure their baby has a fighting chance at a strong immune system?

The average baby is born with as many as 300 toxins/contaminants (confirmed through umbilical cord tests conducted by the World Health Organization) that mommy consumes routinely throughout her own life.  It’s time to stop poisoning our children.  Is there any wonder that the autism rate is 1 in 50 and that cancer is the leading cause of death in children under the age of 14?  The apple doesn’t fall too far from the tree!

At 34 weeks into a pregnancy, the average 5 lb baby is consuming enough fluids to urinate up to a pint a day!  The baby intuitively knows to consume the fluids necessary for good health.  That’s a lot more than I can say for the average adult.

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Give your body what it needs every day of your life.  A strong immune system and plenty of healthy water!

Ionized, alkalized, electrically charged, anti-oxidant water can “kill two birds with one stone”.   Water rich in anti-oxidants will aid in strengthening the immune system, flush out toxins and hydrate you from the top of your head to the tip of your toes…now that’s a prescription for good health!

Human life is a miracle.  Give it the respect it deserves to do the job it was Created to do.

CHANGING THE WAY THE WORLD LOOKS AT WATER…

ONE LIFE AT A TIME!

CLICK HERE for more info on lifetime water!

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