1) Water (H2o) is Nature’s remedy – the premium fuel your body needs.
All the important juices of the body are composed of fluids, of which water is the basis. Not only is the blood, which is the very essence of physical life, composed largely of water, but also the bile, the gastric juices, the pancreatic fluid and all the other juices of the digestive organs, as well as the saliva, or fluids of which water is the basis.
A Healthy Human Body is 70 to 80% H2o.
The very cells composing the body are virtually and actually marine organisms – tiny aquatic animals in fact – capable of existence only when surrounded by a saline solution of water (H2o).
One can go without food for a number of days, but deprived of water they will perish quickly. Water is one of the most urgently demanded of nature supplies, and next to air is the one upon which the continuance of life is based.  Hindu Yogi practical water cure – Yogi Ramacharaka
A guideline for water intake: drink half your body weight (in pounds) in ounces of water; i.e. if you weigh 150 pounds, drink 75 ounces – in kilos, drink about 3% of your weight in kilograms; i.e. If you weigh 68 kg, drink about 2 litres of water. Dr. Dean’s Supplement Recommendations – Carolyn Dean MD NDThe body is mostly water (H2o). Just six elements:oxygen, carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen, calcium and phosphorus,compose 99% of the mass of the human body; We start life being 99% water. When we are born, we are 90% water, by the time we reach adulthood we are down to 70%; if we die of old age we will probably be about 50% water. most of the human body is made up of water. Think about it, if science could duplicate the bond of two parts hydrogen with one part oxygen, we would never have a water shortage but science cannot, therefore… water is miraculous. Since we are 70% water, doesn’t that make us 70% miraculous?But here’s the thing… if the water is askew,wouldn’t that make us 70% askew? Which brings me to my next point,
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