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Are You Still Drinking Dead Water?
Published by Kim McDaniel — 9-1-2017 at 4:48 PM UTC
Why do you think when we send probes to Mars and other locales, searching for the existence of LIFE, that one of the first things we seek out is whether or not there is water there. It is abundantly clear to us that NO WATER means NO LIFE. If it is that obvious when going on big missions, what about the biggest mission of all - maintaining your health?
Water is a vital component of all bodily fluids, tissues, cells, lymph, blood and hormones and the mucous membranes need plenty of water to keep them soft and free from friction on their delicate surfaces.
Drinking the right kind of water is one of your best natural protections against all kinds of diseases. If the body’s cells become dehydrated, they shrivel up, making it easy for viruses and diseases to attack.
Benefits of Hydration
Reduction in Free Radicals
Reduction in acids and toxins which cause pain
Increased oxygen levels
Reduction in bacteria, viruses, yeast, mold, parasites
Improved blood viscosity reducing high blood pressure
Reduces sticky blood (Roulette Effect)
Improved nutrient absorption
Regulates body temperature
Better pH balance at the cellular level
Reduces constipation, improves bowel function
Slows down premature aging
Improves memory and brain function
May reduce visits to doctor and dependence upon medications
LISTEN HERE to an amazing testimony about how drinking the right water actually turned one man's kidney around. You will see why those who really want to improve their health choose to drink only this Happy Water. It is a real difference maker.
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About Kim McDaniel
I am a Wellness Enthusiast and former CPT, US Army. I believe in living well, giving well and building thriving communities based on accountability and empowerment. I have a passion for knowledge, training, education and legacy building. I love kids because I see in them a potential for GREATNESS & UNSTOPPABILITY. As a Life Coach I am always seeking to re-connect adults with that same reality... "All things are Possible".