R2kTpmg Chelation & Hydration

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Chelation & Hydration



Did you know that water makes up 60%-70% of your body? Any reduction in your water intake can prevent the body’s cells and nerves from functioning properly. Especially during a fast It is absolutely essential to compensate the loss of water when stimulating the elimination process using chelation.


An average green coconut provides about 0.5–1 cups of coconut water.

One cup (240 ml) contains 46 calories, as well as:

Carbs: 9 grams

Fiber: 3 grams

Protein: 2 grams

Vitamin C:

Magnesium:

Manganese:

Potassium:

Sodium:

Calcium:


GOOD TO KNOW

Water plays a significant role in weight loss and maintenance, because it helps to get rid of toxins and reduce the feeling of hunger. While coconut water cannt replace mineralized water most water today isn't mineralized but distilled while removing toxins.



PREVENTING DEHYDRATION DURING FASTING

If you are worried about thirst and dehydration, below are a few tips that will help you stay hydrated during the 7-day fast. It can also help control your thirst that usually masks as hunger:

  • Regardless how many coconuts you drink you should drink at least eight to sixteen glasses of water every day. Since you will be eliminating more than regularly the first seven days it is best to rest as much as your schedule permits.

  • Try not to drink large quantities of water all at once

  • Drink homemade Tamarind juice rather than sweetened juices


GOOD TO KNOW

Removing excessive minerals and metals from the body can increase blood flow. liquid chelation therapy can also assist in relieving hypertension and high blood pressure conditions. It should be noted that. None of the nutritional cell food supplements has industrialized sodium as an ingredient.


Drinking iced water to break your fast does not replenish your thirst but can cause your blood vessels to contract and cause indigestion. For this reason, it is recommended that you drink water at room temperature or slightly cold if you prefer to.

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