Chronic Dehydration

Nae's Nest —  May 7, 2013 — Leave a comment

Chronic Dehydration

Read about other chronic conditions Beat Fatigue and Boost Brain Function with The Medicine in your Kitchen Faucet by Linda C. Angér, The Write Concept, Inc.   www.nutritional-solutions.co Mood swings, fatigue, weight gain and heartburn aren’t part of the natural aging process – they’re signs of chronic dehydration, according to Medical Intuitive Lee Rossano of Transitional Journeys in Rochester Hills, who says that we’ve programmed ourselves for chronic dehydration by consuming coffee, tea and soda throughout the day. The most common symptom of chronic dehydration is not thirst, Lee explains. Most people suffering from chronic dehydration find themselves afflicted with a plethora of debilitating conditions such as gastritis, heartburn, arthritis, headaches, depression, weight problems and accelerated aging. The encouraging news is that these conditions can be relieved and cured by consuming water- the most abundant medicine on the planet, available at the nearest faucet. “Even though medical and nutritional professionals have been telling us for years that we should drink 64 ounces of water a day, few people actually do,” Lee states. “They assume that liquid is liquid, and that as long as they drink something, they are well hydrated. The truth is that coffee, sodas and tea do not give our cells and organs the hydroelectric ‘charge’ they need to communicate and function properly. Only water can do that.” Lee’s research into the work of Dr. F. Batmanghelindj, author of Your Body’s Many Cries for Water and Water Cures, Drugs Kill started when she discovered that the prescription medication she was taking for dyslexia was actually a combination of five types of salts that drew large amounts of water from her system. “I was gaining weight and didn’t understand why,” she states. “Batmanghelindj’s work really opened my eyes! I realized that the medication was sucking moisture from my organs, tissues and bones. When that happens, the human body reacts by retaining what little water it has for future use, as a protective measure. I lost an entire dress size in only three weeks once I started drinking sufficient amounts of water to counteract the negative effects of the drug.”

According to the experts, Americans are sicker than ever. Part of the problem is that we ignore our body’s cries for water, causing the thirst signals to shut down and the hunger signals to activate. This is a major cause of obesity in America, and the saddest part is that the symptoms of chronic dehydration are most often ‘treated’ with over-the-counter or prescription drugs that exacerbate the problem rather than solve it. Chronic dehydration affects our brains, causes friction and wear on our joints, reduces the ability of the kidneys to produce healthy blood, and has a major impact on the elasticity and youthfulness of our skin. One of Lee’s clients, a 53-year-old, relatively healthy woman, states she saw “a long-forgotten face – a younger, brighter ‘me'” in the bathroom mirror after only four days of increased water consumption. Lee’s formula for proper hydration is simple. Divide your body weight by two, and drink that many ounces of water each day. For the average American woman, standing approximately 5’4″ tall and weighing approximately 130 pounds, that means 65 ounces, or eight 8-ounce glasses. Tap water is fine, if you let it sit until the chlorine evaporates. Room temperature water is best for the liver, and you should limit water during meals because it may dilute the balance of stomach acids needed for digestion. NAWBOgdc member Lee Rossano helps clients identify and correct physical and emotional imbalances through consultations as a Medical Intuitive, Aura & Color Consultant, and Surrogate Tester. Contact Lee at Advanced Nutritional Solutions, 248-652-4160, or emaillee@nutsol.com Read about other chronic conditions

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