“Drinking the right water, not just any water, is critical for your health and prevention of disease. This is true, now more than ever, in our acidic 21st century society.” –Horst S. Filtzer, MD., F.A.C.S. Former Chief of Surgery Cambridge Hospital Harvard Medical School.
In 1931 the chances of getting cancer were 1 in 50,000. Now the chances of getting cancer if you are a man is 1 in 2 and if you are a woman 1 in 3. A lot has changed since 1931.
There has been a lot of research and observations done to see what has changed and here are some interesting facts.
The body of a baby born in 1900 is equal to and the same as a baby born in 2000.
The difference is what we are putting in and on our body.
Pollution, namely a multitude of man made chemicals that are now loose on the world, in our air, soil and water.
Our food, is grown from chemicals and covered in chemicals in the form of pesticides and herbicides, most of which are oil based and can’t be washed off with normal water. Than most of our food is processed (more chemicals added) and packaged.
All of this has combined to create the highly acidic environment of today’s society that Dr. Filtzer is referring to. It is that slight shift in our body PH to the acidic side that makes for the right environment for degenerative diseases like cancer, diabetes, arthritis, chronic pain and heart disease.
As a whole we may be living a little longer but I notice a lot of people by the time they reach 50, are slaves to the medical and pharmaceutical community and have slowed way down.
The good news is, we are mostly water, about 70%, so if we drink more alkaline antioxidant water it will have more of a balancing affect than anything we can do. Plus it is easy, tastes good, helps us feel good, is environmentally friendly and saves us a bunch of money each year. Plus a very high alkaline water will emulsify and remove the oily pesticides and herbicides from your vegetables.
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Have a Blessed day everyone,
Chris, Donna and Coco,