6 Tips for Hydration
1. Start each day with a glass of water (no ice). Drink it down before you have coffee, tea or juice. It will help replace fluids lost overnight and get your hydration efforts off to a good start. Also fill a water bottle you can take with you in the car, or keep with you and refill during the workday.
2. Eat two or three servings of fruits and vegetables at every meal. They are brimming with water and include the minerals that help your body absorb and use it properly.
Vibrations of Water
Vibrations of Water Interview with Ellen Brown and Clayton Nolte.
Ellen: Can we just talk for a few minutes about releasing vibrations or just talk about vibrations of water?
Clayton: Well the vibrations are memories. That’s what’s created in the vibrations and structured water vibrations are that of the absolute flow or divinity of the water. It is liquid sunshine.
We all obviously know how important it is to drink water. Most of us have probably even heard that if you drink enough water you are going to maintain a healthy glow to your skin. However, today I would like to share a different benefit from drinking water that you may not have heard of before. Are you aware that if you consume enough water it could actually help you lose weight? It is true, when you drink water it can actually help you in shedding those unwanted pounds, and it does so in more than one way.
Water is the most abundant naturally occurring substance on the planet. It covers 71% of the earth’s surface, makes up over 70% of the human body, and is the only compound that exists in all three states of matter (ice, liquid, and steam, or vapor) at normal earth temperatures. It makes up a significant part of all organic material, and even some inorganic ones. Most substance can dissolve in it, making it a universal solvent.
Water is the most common compound on the planet, covering over 70% of the Earths surface. It is also suspended in the atmosphere in the form of vapor. Without water, life could not exist here. Every organism depends on a regular supply of water, in the correct form, for survival. Water is the only common substance that exists naturally on the planet in all three states of matter; solid in the form of ice, liquid in the form of water, and gas, in the form of steam.