You guessed … we have an article about water
Ralph Vornehm specified the water content of every organ in the human body, starting with the cells, blood, neurotransmitters, and ending with the major organs. Therefore, the human brain contains 90% water, which explains its ability to transmit messages toward all of the organs with incredible speed; neurotransmitters, responsible with communicating these messages, also contain 90% water.
It is therefore understandable why, when we don’t drink water, we don’t perceive thirst after a while. Dehydrated neurotransmitters do not convey the message, “I am thirsty”, correctly and thirst starts to attack the body, pain starts to occur (pain is also a sign of dehydration), and this leads to the pathology of many organs. “The cells in our body do not touch each other, because they swim in water, just like our nerves.” – R. Vornehm
What happens when the water in our body is dirty?
The cells communicate through a bio-laser type of system. The type of water inside the cell is different from the type of water outside the cell. The exchange between these two types of water purify the cell and help it function properly. If we do not drink water regularly, the cells become riddled with toxins. When the membrane of a cell is not well hydrated, the body triggers an emergency mechanism for defense and hydration. The body protect itself against dehydration with the help of cholesterol. The cell membrane covers itself in a protective layer, like a screen, which prevents it from drying. What is this protective layer? Surprise … it is cholesterol.
Our body protects itself from dehydration with the help of cholesterol. Studies have shown that, in 90% of cases, cholesterol decreases after 21 days during which proper hydration is implemented, which means that in 90% of cases cholesterol levels are high due to dehydration.
Ralph Vornehm discusses that dehydrated cells exist in a kind of darkened sphere, which leads to their becoming mutant and to cancer (studies done on cancerous cells have shown that these do not communicate between each other anymore).
What happens at the level of the digestive system if we do not drink water before a meal (one cup, a half an hour prior to the meal; DO NOT DRINK WATER DURING A MEAL!!)?
Our body needs blood in order to conduct the digestive process and it is well known that blood is made of 80% water. In order to conduct the digestive process correctly, blood has to be properly hydrated before each meal. Otherwise, blood thickens and, in order to hydrate itself, draws water from the major organs.
In the human body, each cell, each comprising element, “fights” to maintain its own life, which leads to, in the end, maintaining the life of the entire organism. Blood makes no exception to this rule; therefore, it is extremely important to drink water half an hour before each meal. In that case, the blood will not extract water from vital organs in order to help the digestive process and the entire body will remain healthy. “There are people who cough, have chest pain, or have cramps after meals. The organs which hurt following a meal communicate to us that they do not have enough water”, says Ralph Vornehm.
Cartilages are also made of 90% water. When the cartilage is dehydrated, it starts to pop. Bones need water just as much and, frequently, bone pain and lumbar disk disease are caused by dehydration. High blood pressure and health issues related to blood vessels are also caused by lack of water in the body. We assume that pain is a request that our body sends; it is a big cry for help, which can be translated as, “Help, I am so thirsty!”