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Critical Hydration

March 28, 2020

How Does Proper Hydration of Your Cells Actually Happen?

Water is critical for your health. But drinking enough water is not the problem; it’s what’s no longer in the water that is a big problem.

75% of the US is dehydrated. How can this be you say? Since 1980 we have been basically living on bottled water, and most if not all bottled water has no minerals. Why are minerals in water so important?

Let’s wind back to the 1800s: ahhhh, the farm fields, turning over the soil for the next spring planting, life is good . . . there are sufficient minerals in the soils, and hence our foods and our aquifer wells are rich with natural minerals from the sediment layers. We were healthier, a lot healthier, with very little cancer and stress-related diseases.

Back to the spring of 2020, there are 8 billion people on our planet and of necessity farming quickened commercially to feed everyone. Consequently our farming soils and foods are 86% deficient in minerals Exercise and stress demand lots of minerals in your body to function properly.

Minerals must be present in your water in order to hydrate your cells, and most water available is stripped of minerals through RO and distillation.

We have a solution! Add 1/2 tsp OmniBlue minerals to a quart of water, add fresh lemon and a carb of your choice — natural sugar, honey, maple syrup — and you will be beautifully replenished with sparkley minerals and your water activated to hydrate your cells. Hydrate all day; adults require at least a tsp of minerals per day (OmniBlue = 420mg/tsp/pure ocean magnesium) . . . easy and delicious!

You see, minerals carry the water molecules into your cells, and also provide electric potentials to extract and distribute all of your nutrients into your cells as well. Try this today and you will see how much better you feel. Stay tuned for more detailed information on the action of minerals and hydrating your cells.


Disclaimer: This article is not intended to provide medical advice, diagnosis or treatment.