Thursday, June 17, 2010

Drinking a lot of Water has magical effects in curing so many diseases.

You will never believe it unless you try it.

It has been proven my doctors that it is very healthy to drink about two glasses of water in the morning when you get out of bed even before you brush your teeth.

It is healthy to eat any food an hour before or after drinking a glass of water.

It is advisable to drink about two liters of water which is equivalent to eight glasses every day. When starting, one may find it difficult to drink two glasses of water every morning but with practice, it is possible and your body will gradually get used to it.

Drinking a lot of water you can prevent some diseases and cure others.

If you drink water sufficiently, it will help in enhancing your glow of skin and keep you physically fit.

Drinking water is useful in regulating the temperature of your body.

If you consume water properly then you can be free from constipation.

Acidity also can be cured by drinking a lot of water.

Diabetes can be treated by drinking about 8 - 10 glasses of water or more every day.

According to experts in Water Therapy, one can control hypertension with about four weeks of water therapy.

Some cancers are also controlled with water therapy.

If you have pulmonary Tuberculosis, then three months of water therapy will help.

Since it is entirely natural treatment, it has no side effects.

If one is suffering from the following diseases. These include; Anemia, rheumatism, general paralysis, obesity, arthritis, sinusitis, tachycardia, giddiness, cough, leukemia, and asthma.

Water therapy is the best remedy for these diseases.

If water is said to cure all these diseases, then water indeed is life.

The Ministry of Health therefore advises Ghanaians to drink a lot of clean water daily to prolong their lifespan.


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