How much water should a person drink a day . . . part 6 of 6 on WATER
From Dr. B’s interview with Mike Adams: “. . . there are 60 million Americans who don’t realize that actually hypertension is one of the manifestations of drought management programs of the body when the body begins to operate a reverse osmosis process, to deliver water into the interior of those cells which are 66% water deficient. Now the pharmaceutical industry and the medical doctors arrogantly and ignorantly are treating hypertension with diuretics.”
Dr. B, like many other voices outside the current insanity masquerading as cardiac medicine, calls for an understanding of the true role of cholesterol. He said it’s one of the most essential elements in human survival, and when the body makes cholesterol, it’s doing so with good reason. It doesn’t block arteries. He said when doctors measure cholesterol levels, we remove the veins from the picture, and never has there ever been a recorded case of cholesterol blocking a vein.
Drug companies try to sell us on the idea that the stickiness of cholesterol is the problem, so reducing it is the answer. In fact, it is a “waterproof bandage.” Blood becomes concentrated and acidic when it is dehydrated, and tears and abrasions occur in the capillaries (smallest arteries). Cholesterol covers up the tears and abrasions and gives the body time to recover from its injuries.
Dr. B says, “We are knee-jerk doctors. We think that something’s up, bring it down, if something’s down, bring it up. We don’t ask question WHY is it down or . . . up?” [from Mike Adams interview]
Drinking 2.5 quarts of water daily, with unrefined salt (preferably OHCS) dissolved in it, is a no-brainer first step for those with high levels of cholesterol, rather than turning first to statin drugs.
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