Dr. Varah Siedlecki, DOM, DN, Ph.D.
“Distilled water reacts with the extremely acid stomach contents without activating any buffering systems or affecting the body pH. Distilled water does not travel through the body ‘wreaking acid havoc’ as some would have you believe. In fact, according to Dr. Theodore A. Baroody, author of Alkalize or Die, only distilled water produces a completely negative ion reaction in the system.” “Negative ions are alkaline-forming. These negative charged ions draw the positively charged acid waste products, flushing them into the elimination channels of the body for excretion. So even though distilled water tests slightly acidic because of its negative charge, a more alkaline internal systemic environment is created in the body when distilled water is consumed.”
“Drinking water containing a large amount of inorganic mineral, whether hard or soft, can be compared to doing our dishes in dirty water. If the water comes in already loaded up, it will not be able to take the debris an waste out of the system without first leaving behind what it brought in. These inorganic minerals are deposited in the body, increasing mineral and heavy metal deposits that develop weakened tissue and/or areas of poor circulation and chronic inflammation.”
“The use of distilled water is preferred, not because of the lack of mineral so much as, because of the higher energy. Distilled water moves through the system and especially the liver better than low energy water. Your body is 60-80% water; water is the chief catalyst and medium for all the energy reactions that take place.” “There are a number of waters available for purchase. Of these only one assures that the body’s metabolic environment is at its best hydration, and that is distilled.” By Dr. Varah Siedlecki, DOM, DN, Ph.D.
Dr. Bill Misner, Ph.D.
Does distilled water leach minerals from our bodies? Absolutely not… in fact just the opposite has been found to occur in cellular research studies. It is a mistaken belief that drinking pure distilled water reduces valuable minerals from living human tissues.”
“If inorganic minerals are removed from tap water, by converting it into pure distilled water, the result is remarkable biological mineral absorption for both health and maximal metabolic activity. The application of this query has a remarkably high correlation to the general properties of maximal absorption rates, for all micronutrients which traverse the gastric chambers directly into the muscle cells for premium performance demand.”
“There are two types of minerals, organic and inorganic. Human physiology has a biological affinity for organic minerals. Most organic minerals for our body functions come from dietary plant foods. A growing plant converts the inorganic minerals from the soils to a useful organic mineral. When an organic mineral (from a plant food) enters the stomach it must attach itself to a specific protein-molecule (chelation) in order to be absorbed, then it gains access to the tissue sites where it is needed. Once a plant mineral is divested within the body, it is utilized as a coenzyme for composing body fluids, forming blood and bone cells, and the maintaining of healthy nerve transmission. Without a healthy organic mineral balance inside and outside the cells of muscle, blood, and bone substructures, the body will begin to spasm, twitch and cramp, eventually deteriorating to a full rigor complex or complete failure or both.”
“Tap water presents a variety of inorganic minerals which our body has difficulty absorbing. Their presence is suspect in a wide array of degenerative diseases, such as hardening of the arteries, arthritis, kidney stones, gall stones, glaucoma, cataracts, hearing loss, emphysema, diabetes, and obesity. What minerals are available, especially in hard tap water, are poorly absorbed, or rejected by cellular tissue sites, and, if not evacuated, their presence may cause arterial obstruction, and internal damage.”
“Is it any wonder why the body prefers the richest source of mineral substrates from organic foods instead of the mineral-poor sources from tap water? Even if the human tissue suddenly developed the ability to absorb inorganic minerals from tap water, it would take an enormous amount of tap water to supply the bare minimal mineral quantities for human life functions. If the rich inorganic mineral content of the tap water in Reno, Nevada were modified so that it would convert the daily calcium requirement from its inorganic calcium solutes, one would have to drink 7.4 gallons of their tap water!” Dr. Bill Misner, Ph.D.
Dr. Paul Bragg, N.D. Ph. T.,
The greatest damage is done to the small arteries and other blood vessels of the brain (75% water) by inorganic minerals (hard water)—plus waxy cholesterol and salt. Hardening of the arteries and calcification of blood vessels starts on the day you start taking inorganic chemicals (and minerals from tap water) into your bodies.”
“When distilled water enters the body, it leaves no residue of any kind. It is free of salts and sodium. It is the ultimate water for the healthy functioning of the kidneys(83% water). It is the perfect liquid for the blood(83% water), the ideal liquid for the efficient functioning of the lungs(86% water), stomach, liver(85% water), and other vital organs. Why? Because it is free of all inorganic minerals. It is so pure that all liquid drug prescriptions get formulated with distilled water. Dr. Paul Bragg, N.D. Ph. T., from his book: “The Shocking Truth About Water”
Dr. Paul Conn
“When one drinks impure, dirty water, the body acts as a filter, trapping a percentage of the solids suspended in the water. A filter eventually becomes clogged and useless – fit only to be thrown away. The human body might well face the same fate.
But the basic point – that only distilled water avoids mineral buildups in the body – is an inarguable one. The deposits, which build up in a teakettle from repeated use, are traces of minerals left behind as the water evaporates. Distilled water leaves no such traces – in a teakettle or in the human body. It is true that in most hospitals distilled water is used for newborn infants; distilled water is prescribed for heart patients in many cardiac wards. And it is true that kidney stones and other mineral-like buildups in the body are much more common in the areas where the drinking water has high levels in inorganic minerals – and distilled water has none of those at all.
It is without doubt the best water available to man- and the only truly pure water available in our waste-laden society.” —Dr. Paul Conn, from “Not A Drop To Drink”
Dr. Charles Mayo
“Water hardness (inorganic minerals in solution) is the underlying cause of many, if not all, of the diseases resulting from poisons in the intestinal tract. These hard inorganic minerals pass from the intestinal walls and get into the lymphatic system. Then delivers all of its products to the blood and then distributed them to all parts of the body. Causing much of human disease.” —Dr. Charles Mayo
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