As I reported previously, using Structured Water has helped my health quite a bit already! And now I've added a happy habit that is helping it even more! First of all, there are a number of really good books out there about the need for enough water in order to stay hydrated, healthy, pain-free, and energized. There are books that describe how dehydration is the cause of most illnesses and that almost all of the population is dehydrated. One of those books is "Your Body's Many Cries For Water" by F. Batmanghelidj, M.D. So, therefore it's no surprise that when I amped-up my water consumption, I gained more vitality, energy, and clarity! And I lost 2 lbs. in a week!
I gotta tell you that if this works so well for me, a Chronic Fatigue Syndrome sufferer, just think what it can do for you?! Because... don't most people have that afternoon lag in energy? What I started doing recently is drinking 20 oz. of Structured Water in the afternoon instead of having a snack (on an empty stomach - after my nap to be precise). I drink slowly at my leisure. I listen to my body as to the pace I drink. The first time I did this it took me 2 1/2 hours (and I certainly was never hungry). I'll add that I didn't have to pee until 3 hours after I started drinking. The next day it only took me 1 hour to drink all the water in my water bottle. Each day varies, depending.
Well, the Structured Water experts said it would work to hydrate me and give me energy, and they were right! They said it would cure that afternoon lag and fatigue and it did! I don't think any other kind of water could accomplish this as well because unstructured water can't penetrate your cells. And SW tastes so good!
I also start my mornings the same way, when my body needs hydrating the most. I awaken from my slumber in the a.m. and start drinking 20 ounces of Structured Water. It helps wake me and my brain up. When I have coffee after that the coffee doesn't make me irritable now, probably because it can't dehydrate me. I wake up desiring water instead of craving coffee!