Your Body’s Many Cries For Water

Dr. F. Batmanghelidj’, M.D., wrote one of the most ground breaking and thought provoking books on the importance of water in our daily diet. Dr.Batmanghelidj’ believed that most illness is caused by dehydration.

Dr. F. Batmanghelidj’ was an internationally known researcher, author, and lecturer. He was born and raised in Iran. During the Iranian revolution in 1979 Dr. Batmanghelidj’ was held as a politcal prison for almost three years. It was during his incarceration that he learned the importance that water plays in our daily lives.

According to Dr. B., the quench for thirst can already be a sign of slight dehydration. Also, Dr. B. is quick to point out that sodas (aka pop, colas, and soft drinks), coffee, tea, and alcohol are all very dehdrating to the body.

A simple rule for daily water intake is to consume half your body weight in ounces of water on a daily basis. This would mean that if you weigh 150 pounds then your daily goal is to drink 75 ounces (a little over two liters) of water. This will definitely help keep your body well hydrated.

If we were to look at the importance of water from a philosophical view then we are reminded of how the late Bruce Lee encouraged us, “To Be Like Water.”

I hope that you enjoy the video.

Yours In Health!

G.E. Moon II

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13 Responses to “Your Body’s Many Cries For Water”

  1. Eva Palmer says:

    Was that Bruce Lee?
    I didn’t know that sodas were dehydratating…I usually don’t dfrink much of them but I will definetly drink less :-)

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  2. Kevin Hogan says:

    I always knew water was important, but I have heard that soda had similar effects in regard to hydration, not the adverse.

    Can you offer any insight?

    Kevin Hogan

  3. Sonya Lenzo says:

    Cool video. I have been mostly a water person for awhile now and feel that it is a contributor to overall good health.
    Sonya Lenzo
    http://sunnyincostarica.com/whycostarica/

  4. Neil Dhawan says:

    Hi Gary,

    Dr. BatMan ( as we call him affectionately – and because his last name is kind of difficult to pronounce ) was SO AHEAD of his time. He stood by his beliefs and enlightened us to just how necessary water was to improve health. Thank you for acknowledging this great man – though he may have passed, his legacy will live on.

    To a Successful Life, Neil
    Successful Life – Questions

  5. I love water. I drink about 3 quarts per day, any less and I don’t feel up to par.
    Yours In Health!
    Dr. Wendy
    http://happynewyou.com/bad-diet-and-inflammation/

  6. Shane says:

    Ixnay on the odasay! Water is life. It makes everything alright. Put it in your body, it becomes your body.

  7. Annie Born says:

    Awesome! Info!
    Fasinating that companies are making $1000′s on products actually dehydrating people!
    Interesting that those same companies are now selling bottled water!
    Looking forward to tomorrow!
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  8. Oh water is so wonderful for us. Thank you for the excellent information and the truth about the prods being pushed on us.

    Happy Dating and Relationships,

    April Braswell
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  9. Gary, it is amazing how easy it is to be unhealthy. Bruce Lee was a smart guy.
    Scott Sylvan Bell
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  10. Sounds like a book I’ll be adding to my “must read” list! Also great that you used the audio clip of Bruce Lee, a childhood hero of mine (and many others).

    Michael
    Thorne Smith Blog Now Open

  11. Cool video and a timely reminder to drink more water, thanks!

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  12. A subject close to my own heart! I have often told older people that I could fix half of what was wrong with them it they would just drink more water!

    Suzanne

    Help With Elderly Parents

  13. This is an interesting theory. Research does suggest that many people suffer from dehydration and do not realize it. This is particularlly the case for older people.