Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Hello Tyson Devereux, try www.watercure.com

Tyson Devereux said...

I was just curious where you information comes from. I've understood RA to be an auto-immune disease. I would like to see any further information on the topic.

Water and Salt. Salinity determines proper cellular hydration and hence sustain proper cells survival and regeneration. Salt is a vital substance for the survival of all living creatures, particularly humans, especially people with asthma, allergies, and autoimmune disease.

Salt is a"medication" used by healers throughout the ages. Salt is worth its weight in gold and is, in fact, exchanged weight for weight for gold. In desert countries, people know that salt intake is their insurance for survival. To these people, salt mines are synonymous with gold mine.

After many years of salt being bad-mouthed by ignorant health professionals 'parrots' and their media parrots, the importance of salt as a dietary supplement is once again being acknowledged and recognized. You can now join this blogger to be voices to bring about this change.

Water, salt, and potassium together regulate the water content of the body. The three physical compartments or levels and their weight percentages in the body:
the blood represents 5% of the body's weight;
the extracellular fluid and lymph represents 15 % of the body weight, a weight three times greater than that of the blood;
while the intracellular fluid, which is composed of all the liquids located within the cells represents 50 % (half) the weight of the entire body.

Water regulates the water content of the interior of the cell by working its way into all the the cells it reaches. Once the water gets into the cells, the potassium in the cells holds onto water and keep water there.

There are such high quantities of water in the human body. Water is therefore essential for life even to make an appearance. Have enough water, u will have enough appearance; if you have water deficits, you will have appearance deficits, too.

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