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Medical communities remain unaware that strep bacteria are chronic in so many, and that these conditions are strep-related. If you have a low-grade viral infection (again, which you may not be aware you have), chronic dehydration could also mean the difference between going about your life as usual versus suddenly developing a bout of serious fatigue, aches and pains, tinnitus, vertigo, tingles and numbness, dizziness, confusion, or heart palpitations.

Chronic dehydration can cause blood sugar to drop radically.

We don’t learn to hydrate. We learn instead, when we’re young, that a cookie and a Dixie cup of apple juice are all we need to get through a whole afternoon at day care or preschool. While apple juice is good if it’s organic and preservative-free, a few sips aren’t enough to get a toddler through several hours of playtime—yet that’s been a normal practice for decades.

When you wake up in the morning, do you drink a litre Love H2O of lemon water? Very few people do. It’s an ideal protocol to protect you and keep you hydrated even when you’re consuming your normal food and beverages throughout the day.

Your liver identifies molecules of living water from fruit, vegetables, and leafy greens as unique and scarce passers-by in the bloodstream, grabbing on to them as if it’s a child in an Easter egg hunt who’s just found the eggs with the prizes inside.

This transformed & structured mineral water (Love H2O) can then do its good throughout your body, hydrating other organs such as your heart and brain as it travels through the rest of your bloodstream.

It does take a cleaner, better-working, more hydrated liver to maintain the ability to pass along concentrated bioactive water molecules to hydrate the blood. It needs to be a liver that’s still upholding its ability to naturally detox and deal with the onslaught of typical troublemakers that are always visiting.

Either way, at a certain point, when the liver gets sluggish, weakened, or otherwise compromised and pushed for too many years with too little hydration, its ability to adapt and protect us with this chemical function diminishes. The liver becomes so stagnant that poisons back up into the bloodstream and lymphatic system—and this, my friend, is an equation for what I call dirty blood syndrome.

Where the skin is thin under the eyes, it gets dark because the blood flowing through is lacking oxygen and filled with poisons, both from present-day exposure and from the troublemakers we inherit through our family lines.

When the blood gets thick, our blood vessels tend to narrow slightly, because water is the natural expander of our veins. (One more reason to stay hydrated throughout life—it keeps veins from constricting.)

Less water in the blood means the heart must work harder to bring up soupy, toxic, dehydrated blood from the lower extremities, and this increased suction pulls the walls of the veins inward, which makes the movement of blood slower. Slow-moving blood makes the heart work even harder, which in turn puts the brain on alert.

Medical communities remain unaware that strep bacteria are chronic in so many, and that these conditions are strep-related. If you have a low-grade viral infection (again, which you may not be aware you have), chronic dehydration could also mean the difference between going about your life as usual versus suddenly developing a bout of serious fatigue, aches and pains, tinnitus, vertigo, tingles and numbness, dizziness, confusion, or heart palpitations.

Chronic dehydration can cause blood sugar to drop radically.

We don’t learn to hydrate. We learn instead, when we’re young, that a cookie and a Dixie cup of apple juice are all we need to get through a whole afternoon at day care or preschool. While apple juice is good if it’s organic and preservative-free, a few sips aren’t enough to get a toddler through several hours of playtime—yet that’s been a normal practice for decades.

When you wake up in the morning, do you drink a litre Love H2O of lemon water? Very few people do. It’s an ideal protocol to protect you and keep you hydrated even when you’re consuming your normal food and beverages throughout the day.

Your liver identifies molecules of living water from fruit, vegetables, and leafy greens as unique and scarce passers-by in the bloodstream, grabbing on to them as if it’s a child in an Easter egg hunt who’s just found the eggs with the prizes inside.

This transformed & structured mineral water (Love H2O) can then do its good throughout your body, hydrating other organs such as your heart and brain as it travels through the rest of your bloodstream.

It does take a cleaner, better-working, more hydrated liver to maintain the ability to pass along concentrated bioactive water molecules to hydrate the blood. It needs to be a liver that’s still upholding its ability to naturally detox and deal with the onslaught of typical troublemakers that are always visiting.

Either way, at a certain point, when the liver gets sluggish, weakened, or otherwise compromised and pushed for too many years with too little hydration, its ability to adapt and protect us with this chemical function diminishes. The liver becomes so stagnant that poisons back up into the bloodstream and lymphatic system—and this, my friend, is an equation for what I call dirty blood syndrome.

Where the skin is thin under the eyes, it gets dark because the blood flowing through is lacking oxygen and filled with poisons, both from present-day exposure and from the troublemakers we inherit through our family lines.

When the blood gets thick, our blood vessels tend to narrow slightly, because water is the natural expander of our veins. (One more reason to stay hydrated throughout life—it keeps veins from constricting.)

Less water in the blood means the heart must work harder to bring up soupy, toxic, dehydrated blood from the lower extremities, and this increased suction pulls the walls of the veins inward, which makes the movement of blood slower. Slow-moving blood makes the heart work even harder, which in turn puts the brain on alert.

Love H2O combats chronic dehydration, which thickens the blood, contributing to the heart’s strain bringing it up from the liver.

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