World Council for Health
Many of us have heard the phrase, the human body is made of water. While it is indeed true that the human body contains a lot of water, the presence of all that water doesn’t necessarily mean we’re properly hydrated. In fact, many of us are chronically dehydrated and probably don’t even know it.
… You may be surprised to hear that our lineage has actually been chronically dehydrated, and as it turns out, we can actually inherit dehydration. Additionally, the kinds of foods we eat can dehydrate us, especially if our diets are high in fats and animal proteins. The daily consumption of dehydrating beverages like alcohol, coffee, and black tea can also set someone up for chronic dehydration.
… What our bodies really need is living water that still has vitality. Living water doesn’t just quench our thirst, it hydrates us on a cellular level, and it travels more deeply into our cells and tissues as it transports the essential nutrients we need to thrive. While our cells can use living water, they can’t use water that has lost its essence in the same way. It simply cycles right through our bodies.