Did you know that there are 130 kinds of water in nature? And that our cells can only use a specific structured kind of water? It is true.
Consider this: our cells are 70% fluid so we need a lot of water, but to use boiled water our bodies have to expend 46 calories to process a liter of of the stuff before it can be used.
That’s a lot of work for our cells! And when our cells are busy processing, they have no time to defend themselves against foreign invaders or even do their regular jobs.
That is why water can be either the spring of life for our bodies, or a poison.
The Kinds of Water to Avoid
Most of the water that we drink isn’t very healthy for our bodies. For instance, the stuff that comes out of your tap contains chlorine as well as many excess salts that our bodies can’t process. Chlorine and other ingredients from the tap can kill the healthy bacteria in our gut, which interferes with digestion. Boiling tap water can remove many of these salts. Just check in the inside of your tea kettle. All that white stuff lining the inside of the teapot is created from those insoluble salts.
Unfortunately, boiling water also deforms the molecules into a shape that our cells can’t immediately use. Although our cells can, with effort, transform these boiled molecules into a usable structured form, the 46 calories our bodies expend changing the structure of the water is energy that can’t be put toward healing, regeneration, or rejuvenation.
If you buy your water at the grocery store, read the label carefully. Often it is nothing more than filtered water, not true artesian or spring water. When filtered, water often still contains many insoluble ingredients that our bodies have to work to remove before the it can be used.
3 Forms of Water We Should Drink
The best water is the pure kind from nature. This option isn’t available to everyone, but if you live in the country and have access to mineral, artesian well, or spring water, this is often the healthiest kind. If you can get this type, it’s best to get it tested before drinking it to be sure it isn’t contaminated. Many wells in farming and ranching communities are contaminated with chemicals from pesticides and herbicides.
Rain water is another good option. Many people collect and use rain water to drink. Again test the water before using it to be sure it is pure enough to drink.
If you live in the city and you don’t have access to pure mineral or rain water, one other option is to drink structured water that our cells can immediately use. You can get it from fruits, vegetables, and water melted from ice. It is structured correctly for cellular use. Eating lots of fruits and vegetables will help, but it won’t provide enough hydration for your body’s needs.
How to Create Structured Water
Instead, you can create structured water by making ice, and then drinking water melted from that ice. Just make some ice, then melt it. You don’t even have to freeze all of it. Just freezing part of it will transfer the structure to the rest of the water molecules in the container.
The Yakut people who live in Siberia are proof that structured water is healthy. On average, these people live to be over 100 years old, yet have very little access to fruits and vegetables. And although their diet is quite poor, they almost never get sick. When scientists researched their living habits, they discovered that the one healthy thing the Yakut people do is they drink structured water. Living as they do in a freezing environment, they drink water melted from chunks of ice.
Pretty neat, right? Simple, too. According to some scientists, drinking structured water can help our bodies cleanse, detoxify, and look and feel younger.