Hydration Can Solve Most of Life’s Greatest Health Problems Water Regulates All Functions of the Body

Conditions of dehydration: Stress, fatigue, dark yellow colored urine, memory loss, constipation

How did we get here? (Whats the cause) Perception of thirst decreases with age, caffeinated drinks, mental and physical stresses, normal metabolic functions, medications, perspiration

Water effects our life in so many ways.  Our body is in constant contact with water and its influential to how we grow and develop throughout our lives.  We can recognize water in three stages of life.  First as a fetus within the amniotic fluid being mostly water which provides protection and nutrients to the baby.  Next, there is the growth and development of cells up to age 25 which uses the solvent to expand and support the internal organs that are composed of water.  And lastly the final stage is when our bodies began to age our perception of water begins to decrease.  Cells decrease in size overtime due to ratio of water inside cell to outside the cell.

Water has life giving and life sustaining qualities thats needed within the hydrolytic role in the metabolism processes.  Water is absorbed within the body differently then food because the body processes fluids more easily than solids.  Solids provide a purpose of nourishment to the body with carbohydrates, proteins and fats it is not without water to provide content in everything we are to consume for health or to aid in the breakdown of continents lacking thereof.  Water is needed to aid in the digestion process of food without water solid food will take a toll on our body from the inside out.

Reasons to Stay Hydrated

  1. Nothing lives without water.
  2. Lack of water causes our body systems to shut down.
  3. Water currents creates energy for life and economic stimulation of government in the form of currency “cash flow.
  4. Water generates electrical charges through the cells membrane and magnetism for the body.
  5. Water bonds all of life together.
  6. Water protects and prevents DNA damage.
  7. Water boosts the immune system.
  8. Water is the universal solvent of life as it helps to breakdown macronutrients allowing for cellular absorption.
  9. Food with no water content no energy value because it lacks the nutrients and minerals supplied by water
  10. Water increases the body’s effectiveness of cellular absorption/metabolism because nutrients cannot enter the cell without water.
  1. Water provides energy for the brain as it carries electrolytes which are ALKALINE salts for the brain functionality and stimulation.
  2. The electrolytes found in natural water from ALKALINE salts assist the neurotransmitters of the brain as well as the serotonin.
  3. Water is necessary for the production of all hormones within the body including melatonin.
  4. Water increases the ability to focus.
  5. Drinking water helps to lose weight.
  6. Water reduces the effects of aging.
  7. Water helps to make your eyes shine. *IMPORTANT!
  8. Water helps with nausea during pregnancy.
  9. The brain is largely water and a dehydrated brain can cause memory loss
  10. Water can help fight against addictive behaviors such as drugs, caffeine and alcohol.

Water Percentage of the organs


The brain uses water and alkaline salt minerals to generate energy pumps creating hydroelectricity throughout the body. This same solution fires chemical messages across the brain synapse transmitting signals other neurons. *Connectivity of the brain functions primarily of water and salt solution.

Dehydration is the Cause for Disease

Stress is when the brain loses its ability to attend to multiple situations at the same time and can lead to depression from being over worked. Depression medications can be very harmful because it does not treat the condition only the symptom. Stress triggers hormone overrides to assume a fight or flight response which sends the body into defense mode instead of growth and development. When there is stress available water contents are split between the break down of stored materials such as protein, fat and starch for energy because it must react to the potential threat meaning a stressful situation. There is no time for building, healing and growing with a signal of stress.

BLOOD  92%

Plasma is an aqueous solution largely made of water, salts and proteins.

LUNGS  83%

Water provides moisture for the lungs to keep from drying do to the air and gas exchange which would make it hard to breath.


Water helps to build muscles. Alkaline water helps the electrical stimulation of the nerves and the movement of the contracting fibers.

LIVER  70%

Alkaline water aids the liver in the buffering of acidity from other chemicals and drugs before being released back into the blood stream.

Water Aids in the Flow of Digestion


Digestion of food first begins in the mouth where the recreation of saliva is introduced into the oral cavity by the three salivary glands. The sublingual, submandibular and parotid gland produce a combination of different mixtures of fluids for the digestive process to take place. The roles of importance are to prepare for digestion, initiate digestion, then to aid in digestion to the stomach and lastly as a housekeeping rule to clean the mouth sanitation. Saliva produces 1 – 1.5 liters of fluid daily and contains 95.5% water the remaining 4.5% is a mixture of ions, glycoproteins, enzymes and growth factors. Saliva contains amylase which is the enzyme that initiates the breakdown process of carbohydrates. The pH of saliva is between 6.35 – 6.85 to maintain a clean environment and reduce the amount of potential harmful bacteria that can enter the body.

Water Requirements

When water enters the stomach it secrets a hormone neurotransmitter called motilin which aid in the stimulation of muscular waves through the digestive tract. The rhythmic contractions in the digestive process of the intestines helps move food along with the stomach acid. More water is equal to more motilin. Motilin is a satiety hormone. An Alkaline pH is absolutely essential for the initiation of gastric emptying into the intestines. Stomach acid contains between 20 – 100 mL of acidic solution and water is necessary to reach the amount needed.


It takes food between 4 – 8 seconds from the esophagus to enter the stomach where the pH is extremely low between 1.5 – 3.5 to break apart bonds and release nutrients for the intestines.  The stomach can take 6 – 8 hours for its digestion process.  Once the food is broken down it becomes chyme which is a mixture of digested food, enzymes and hydrochloric acid.  Before the stomach can empty its acidic contents into the small intestines it must first neutralize the acidic load with an alkaline solution made from the pancreas other wise the acid would burn a hole in the intestines.  Nutrients and minerals are absorbed through the intestinal walls where they then enter the blood stream to be carried away to other parts of the body. Once again its water that acts as a transport to help deliver those nutrients to the cells.  Now whatever remaining is waste and must be past on through the colon/large intestines where the remaining amount of water left in will be squeezed out as it passes through on its way out the door.  This process can take 24 – 72 hours depending on the amount of water intake to make it a smoother transition.  The less water the more constipation problems the body will have trying to rid itself of toxic waste.

More Reasons to Stay Hydrated

  1. Water is the major transport system of the body.
  2. Water increases the effectiveness of red blood cells oxygen capacity.
  3. Water carries metabolic gasses such as carbon dioxide to the lungs.
  4. Water carries the acidic toxins produced by cellular metabolism to the liver and kidneys to be filtered out the body.
  5. Water is a lubrication for joints preventing arthritis and back pain.
  6. Water acts as a shock absorbent feeling in spaces of the spinal disc.
  7. Water promotes digestion and prevents constipation.
  8. Water reduces the risk of heart attacks and strokes by keeping the blood from sticking together.
  9. Water keeps constant blood flow through the passageways preventing arterial blockage.
  10. Water molecules release energy when the body temperature heats.
  1. Water creates perfect balance with the mind and body creating homeostasis.
  2. Water has the ability to neutralize any acidic condition.
  3. Enough water can dilute toxicity within the body.
  4. Water helps with the reproductive system as its needed to in the entire act of reproduction.
  5. Water helps the muscles to grow and reduce recovery time.
  6. Water helps reduce inflammation.
  7. Water helps with the production of hydrochloric acid for food digestion.
  8. Water maintains the healthy condition of the skin.
  9. Water helps to keep the hair healthy from the roots up.