Posted: August 6, 2012 in Uncategorized
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Water is a topic I’ve been spending a lot of time reading about lately, so I wanted to share a little bit of what I’ve been learning. There will be more information about water in an upcoming e-newsletter.

  1. Dyspeptic pain can be the result of dehydration. The next time you have heartburn, try drinking a glass of water, wait a few minutes, and then drink another glass. Dr. Batmanghelidj has found that it usually takes about three glasses of water to cure severe dyspeptic pain. (see Your Body’s Many Cries for Water by F. Batmanghelidj, chapter three)
  2. If a pregnant woman is experiencing morning sickness, that can mean that both she and the unborn baby need some water. (see Your Body’s Many Cries for Water by F. Batmanghelidj, p. 13)
  3. How did anyone ever decide to start adding fluoride to our water? In 1939, several industries had trouble finding a way to dispose of sodium fluoride, which was a waste product from aluminum foundries and was poisoning farmers’ crops and animals. A biochemist, who had been hired to find a solution to this disposal problem, decided that perhaps they could dissolve the fluoride into the public’s drinking water. Advertising companies found a community in Texas where there was naturally-occurring fluoride in the water and those people seemed to have healthier teeth when compared with some other towns. So, these businesses that wanted to get rid of their fluoride started advertising that fluoride in the water would help prevent tooth decay in kids. Eventually, they were able to persuade many people that fluoride was an important additive to water. (see Water: The Shocking Truth That Can Save Your Life! by Paul C. Bragg and Patricia Bragg, pgs. 16-17)

Something unrelated to the subject of water: Last Monday night we launched the pre-order option for Illegally Innocent!  I’m offering a special discount of $10.00 per book plus shipping and handling (normal price will be $13.95 plus shipping and handling). Visit www.angelabaconbooks.com if you’re interested in pre-ordering.

***I am not a doctor. Please consult your healthcare professional before trying any health advice I offer on my blog, especially if you are nursing or pregnant.***

  1. What a great story!!! Congratulations.

  2. Eric Shupps says:

    Fantastic post. Very helpful. Thanks for the info.

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