Tuesday, August 21, 2012



"A new scientific truth is not usually presented in a way to convince its opponents. Rather, they die off, and a rising generation is familiarized with the truth from the start."-Max Planck

The new scientific truth and level of thinking about the human body that will empower people to become practitioners of preventive medicine for themselves is as follows: It is the solvent— the water content—that regulates all functions of the body, including the activity of all the solutes (the solids) that are dissolved in it. The disturbances in water metabolism of the body (the solvent metabolism) produces a variety of signals, 

indicating a "system" disturbance in the particular functions associated with the water supply and its rationed regulation.

Let me repeat: every function of the body is monitored and pegged to the efficient flow of water. 'Water distribution"is the only way of making sure that not only an adequate amount of water, but its transported elements (hormones,chemical messengers and nutrients) first reach the more vital organs. In turn, every organ that produces a substance to be made available to the rest of the body will only monitor its own rate and standards of production and release into the "flowing water," according to constantly changing quotas set by the brain. Once the water itself reaches the "drier" areas, it also exercises its many other most vital and missing physical and chemical regulatory actions.

Within this view, water intake and its priority distribution achieve paramount importance. The regulating neurotransmitter systems (histamine and its subordinate agents) become increasingly active during the regulation of water requirements of the body. Their action should not be continuously blocked by the use of medication. Their purpose should be understood and satisfied by drinking more water. I have made exactly the same statements to a body of scientists that had gathered from all over the world in Monte Carlo in 1989 for a conference on the topic of inflammation, analgesics, and immune modulators.

The new paradigm permits an incorporation of the "fourth dimension of time" into scientific research. It will facilitate an understanding of the damaging effect of an establishing dehydration that persists and continues to increase during any duration of time. It will make it possible to forecast the physiological events that will lead to disease states at some later years, including what at present appears as genetic disorders. It will transform the present"shot-in-the-dark, symptoms-treating" approach to the practice of medicine into a scientifically accurate medical art;it will make preventive forecasting possible. It will establish excellent health and reduce health care costs to individuals and to any society that fosters its spread. Since water shortage in different areas of the body will manifest varying symptoms, signals, and complications now labeled as diseases, people may think water could not be offered as a natural solution. Water cures so many diseases? No way! Speaking thus, they shut their minds to the new possibility of preventing and possibly even curing so many different "diseases" that are dehydration produced. It does not occur to them that the only remedy for conditions that come about when the body begins to get dehydrated is water and nothing else. A number of sample testimonials are published in different sections of this book to open the eyes of skeptics to the fact that the greatest health discovery of all times is that water is a natural medication for a variety of health conditions.

Water Regulation at Different Stages of Life

There are basically three stages to water regulation of the body in the different phases of life. One, the stage of life of a fetus in the uterus of the mother (left of B in Figure 1). Two, the phase of growth until full height and width is achieved (approximately between the ages of 18 to 25). Three, the phase of life from fully grown to the demise of the person. During the intrauterine stage of cell expansion, water for cell growth of the child has to be provided by the mother. However, the transmitter system for water intake seems to be produced by the fetal tissue, but registers its effect on the mother. The very first indicator for water needs of the fetus and the mother seems to be morning sickness during ' the early phase of pregnancy. Morning sickness of the pregnant mother-to-be is a thirst signal of both the fetus and the mother.

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