High Blood Cholesterol
"Last year I was shocked to discover that my blood cholesterol level had shot up to 279. When you 'prescribed' ample water be taken before meals instead of medication that I was just about to submit myself to, I was very skeptical. In two months, and with very little observance of all the old 'rules' which were making my life miserable, my cholesterol went down to 203 for the first time in more than nine years! My weight too was surprisingly down by about eight pounds and has since been under control...I believe I owe you a big THANK YOU." - Mohammed Whaby, Washington, DC
High cholesterol levels are an indicator of early drought management by the body. Cholesterol is a clay-like material that is poured in the gaps of some cell membranes to safeguard them against losing their vital water content to the osmotically more powerful blood circulating in their vicinity. Cholesterol, apart from being used to manufacture nerve cell membranes and hormones, is also used as a "shield" against water taxation of other vital cells that would normally exchange water through their cell membranes.