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Feb 28

How To Hydrate Your Body And Protect Your Kidneys

 

Water all over the globe is in short supply and has been adulterated as much as our food. One reason we don’t know how much water we need is because drinking it is not as satisfying as it should be. Why is that? Corporations have made a business out of stripping the minerals and trace elements our bodies need out of bottled water. They replace trace quantities of the most popular minerals – mostly calcium, magnesium and potassium – to fool us. It is what they did with white flour, remember. Stripping the wheat of nutrients our bodies need, then replacing them with trace amounts of just a few vitamins. Not only is this unhealthy, but it actually becomes poisonous to us and kills over time with long-term, chronic diseases.

The health of our bodies depend on getting the complete nutrition of food and water. There are things we can do to help ourselves. Regarding water, here is how to regain some of what was lost to the bottled water industry adulterated water:

Thank you for watching. Be sure to stay abreast of the daily prophecy news at Beast Watch News. For deeper understanding of the scriptures, go to The Messianic Message. Listen to me on the radio every Wednesday, Friday and various times throughout the week at Hebrew Nation Radio.

 

About Kimberly Rogers

Kimberly Rogers is an advocate of balanced living. This means to put effort into, and be healthy in, all areas of life - body, mind, spirit, home, relationships and finance. Kimberly is a Bible teacher, news analyst and wellness advocate. She can be contacted at kimberly.rogers@livelongbewell.com. See also http://beastwatchnews.com for the latest news headlines that are fulfilling Bible prophecy. Go to http://themessianicmessage.com for Bible teachings.

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