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Drinking water is healthy, but is your water healthy?

How many liter of water should you drink. There are sources in nature where hundreds of years have passed people because there would be "spontaneous healing" by drinking healthy water. The Japanese molecular biologist Sanetaka Shirahata has investigated and found that water from healing sources has a number of properties that have basic water from a water filter or the Prestige Water. The water contains mainly basic minerals. It is electrically charged, which means an excess of electrons. It has, like fresh spring water, small water clusters. It's clean thanks to the water's filtration through the natural layers. These are the consequences of drinking too little water.

We are 'water people'.

We mostly consist of water. All substances in our body are dissolved in water transported. We lose about two liters of water each day by sweating, breathing, stooling and urinating and that has to be replenished every day. A small shortage of water can already cause complaints such as chagrinity, fatigue, concentration problems and headache and so it is very important to replenish the water in our body.

Clean water can dissolve substances.

Dissolving substances is an important feature of water but if it contains already dissolved substances, such as milk or beer, less other substances can be dissolved. It is therefore important that we drink clean water. But water has more features that are less known but equally important.

Healthy water, as it also occurs in nature, consists of small water clusters.

The NMR (Nuclear Magnetic Resonance) analysis shows that tap water has a cluster size of 10-25 water molecules. Healthy spring water, water from a brook, melt water and rainwater in areas without air pollution have smaller clusters of about 6-8 water molecules with higher resolution.

Healthy water is 'energy water'. Actually I should drink more water - Useful tips

Electrons are a form of energy. If we drink water with an electron deficiency (such as mineral water or tap water), the body must supplement this deficiency before the water can be absorbed. If the body contains too few electrons, it can not absorb this water properly because water absorption for the body means energy loss. The 'earthing' as described by J. Oschmann and, as it is done by the TerraPro®, is like drinking water and walking barefoot for a supplement of electrons.

Healthy water is an antioxidant.

The water of medicinal sources has a surplus of electrons instead of a deficiency, as determined by Dr. Shirahata. An excess of electrons is called a negative redox potential. Basic water from a water ionizer has a strong negative redox potential. The electrons have an antioxidant effect.

Healthy water is basic, also called alkaline.

An excess of waste means a malfunctioning immune system and is determined to be acidifying using pH strips. It is important to know that all urine values of three days must be collected and analyzed. Only measuring the morning time is insufficient to conclude something! Drinking basal water is one of the ways to help the body to prevent acidification.

Should tap water be filtered?

We do not receive infectious diseases of drinking tap water. All pathogens have been killed by, among other things, the addition of chlorine and a number of operations in water treatment plants. Tap water drinking does not cause health problems in the short term due to the standards used. But can we assume that it is healthy in the long term to drink two liters a day of processed water that only has been established that there are no acute health problems?
 
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