I learnt so much from this easy to read, comprehensive book. Most of us get enough water, but the quality salt is missing. Here are some of my favourite paragraphs from the book. Get hold of your own copy of The Essential Guide to Water & Salt by Dr Dr Batmanghelidj and Philip Day.
Natural Hair Loss Treatments share Water and Salt:
- 8 – 10 glasses of filtered water each day
- Balanced with ½ to 1 teaspoon quality organic Himalayan rock salt
- Add to food or make a drink
- Include in daily diet or supplementation
- Essential minerals
- Essential fatty acids
- Vitamins fat and water soluble
Dr Batmanghelidi: “The ‘dry mouth’ is the very last sign of dehydration. The body can suffer from dehydration even when the mouth may be fairly moist. Still worse, in the elderly, the mouth can be seen to be obviously dry and yet thirst may not be acknowledged and satisfied.”
Phillip Day: “Let us consider salt. Salt consumption for health is considered by the orthodoxy to be ‘irresponsible’ and ‘dangerous’, yet, so far as proper research has shown, the only danger to the public lies in common table salt, an industrial poison, which has been refined from Nature’s storehouse to remove all elements but sodium chloride, then fortified with iodine and various fillers for the supermarket shelves. Some say we ended up with this particular compound due to industry’s colossal use of it. Whatever the reason table salt is not real ‘salt’ as the ancients knew.
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