Water and Salt | The Essential Guide by Phillip Day & F. Batmanghelidj MD | Book
Are you sick or just thirsty?
Amazingly more elderly people actually die in hospital from dehydration, when the only fluid they are given is tea, coffee, juice and no water and processed over salted food lacking natural sodium from food high in micronutrients. Many patients are unable to lift the water jug on their bedside tables without assistance so they are in a constant state of dehydration.
About the Book
“The public is being seriously misled over the necessity for water and proper salt in the diet. We have a medical system that does not train its doctors in even the basics of nutrition and hydration, so why are we surprised that they have failed with ‘disease’? The information in this book should be trumpeted from the rooftops if we truly profess to care for our love ones and wish them to avoid a painful, premature and needless death” ~ Phillip Day
"... the bad salt is in processed, canned food and table salt. Water and real salt are essential for life. The first thing doctors will do in hospital is put you on a life saving saline drip. We were born out of a water salt sack into a world that is 73% water salt solution and have a body that is 73% water and a brain that is 85% water. There are 29 conditions and diseases listed in this book and the comprehensive science on how water and salt functions in the body. ”Every function of the body is monitored and pegged to the efficient flow of water.” ~ Dr Batmanghelidj
About the Authors
Phillip Day is an author, investigative journalist and international speaker. His work revolves around uncovering the most effective treatments available today and distributing that information to as many people as possible. Phillip believes in taking responsibility for ones own health and that "prevention is worth a ton of cure at a thousandth of the cost. Phillip has written comprehensively on modern medicine and cancer in his other book.
Dr. F. Batmanghelidj is renowned for his pioneering work that shows Unintentional Chronic Dehydration (UCD) contributes to and even produces pain and many degenerative diseases that can be prevented and treated by increasing water intake on a regular basis.