Drink More Water

By: Karl L

For real I do it myself. I would never have written this
material if I didnít have the personal experience of starting
with a bit of more water than I would normally take.

I had heard about the Book, The Body's Many Cries For Water. I was traveling on business and found a place to buy it. That night I stayed in a motel in the Washington, D.C. area -- and my body ached! I woke up the next morning with a terrible back ache. If I had been home, I would have stayed in bed. I had the Book, but had not read much of it yet.

So, I decided that I would just drink a lot of water. I didn't want to drink the city water and went out to the nearest convenience store, bought a gallon of water, and started drinking it before I even got back to the motel.

I laid around, in pain, reading the paper. . . . and then gradually I realized that the pain was less -- then gone!

The pain went away in less than one hour! That was all it took for me to pursue this subject very vigorously! I want you to have the same success.

Read or listen to enough to convince yourself to start. Take enough water to give it a good test.

Start on a Saturday so you will be able to urinate easily, often. Observe closely whatever unwanted symptoms you had -- see if they go away.

Drink a lot before breakfast -- perhaps as much as one gallon. Then see if you, by golly, are just not very hungry.

Donít eat just because itís the thing to do.

Wait until you get an unmistakable message of hunger. Even then, try some water first, see what happens.

You may surprise yourself and become a missionary for water.

Now, once youíve started down that path, using much more water than you currently do, perhaps youíll be ready to look into colloidal water.

I drink colloidal water every day.

I use it in my fish tank.

I use it on plants! There are fantastic differences between those plants given colloidal water compared with those which donít get that water.

I use it on the outside of my body, and soak my hair with it about once monthly.

There are so many poles out there in the flat world that you can have a bunch of fun looking for them, climbing them, and then telling others about the poles.

I also take the Life Glow
(http://www.oralchelation.com/vibrantlife/lifeglow.htm) oral chelation formula every day, and have been for more than ten years.

I hope you will help spread the message.

Who else will do it?

Motivation To Change

This may be the most important part of this entire Book.

Iíve given you information. Now, the question is, will your behavior change because of this information. Will you DO anything with this information?

Obviously one of the things you should do, after reading this Book, is drink more water.

It would also seem sensible, given the information in this Book, that you would look for alternatives to bypass surgery and heart drugs -- and consider intravenous chelation therapy and the oral, vitamin approach to improved heart health.

You might also decide to write to your Congressman, or run for City Council on a ticket of "honesty in medicine."

But, you might not!

I have had lots of experience pushing these ideas out toward thousands of people over a period of many years. I have seen many people listen, accept this information, change their behavior in some way, and improve their health.

You don't get to the top of the mountain without trying!

But, I also know that not 100% of the people who have read or heard my data have changed anything.

So, perhaps the most important part of this entire Book is my very strong suggestion to you about motivation -- motivation to improve your health.

I have a speech I often give -- one on wellness. I start off by saying that Iím going to give my listeners three things they can do to improve their health. I tell them that they will agree with me, after I tell them, that they had already known about these methods.

Before I tell them about these three things, I also tell them that they will not only acknowledge that they already knew about them, but they will admit that they donít do them, even though they already know about them.

Then, I ask them to ponder WHY?

What is there about Man that makes it possible for him to KNOW what is right, but to not do it?

What are these three things?

First, I tell them that they are not drinking enough water, that they know that to be true and that they would be more healthy if they drank more water. Virtually everyone agrees.

Second, I tell them they are not breathing deeply enough -- they are not getting the bottom part of their lungs filled with fresh air and are using perhaps only half of their lung capacity. Virtually everyone agrees.

Third, I tell them that no matter how much exercise they are getting (or not getting) they should do a bit more. Almost everyone agrees with me on this too.

I often throw in two more of these items:

Fourth, I tell them that if they set out to make a list of the five worst things they do to harm their health, at least a few on the top of the list would pop automatically into their minds. They know that these are bad things to do, but they do them anyway! Why?

Fifth, I tell them that if they set out to make a list of the five best things they could do, that they are not now doing, to improve their health, at least a few on the top of the list would pop automatically into their minds. They know that these are good things to do, they donít do them, and they canít tell you why!

Why donít people do what they know to be good for them to do?

In this little part of this Final Conclusion Chapter, Iíd like to answer that question for you.

First, let me describe how difficult it is to motivate people.

Way back in Chapter Four I referred to the Mr. Fit Program. (http://www.oralchelation.net/heartdisease/ChapterFour/page4.htm#fit2) That was a government sponsored research into different methods of getting people to change their diet so as to reduce the cholesterol in their blood stream. The research appeared to be "successful" in that people DID change their diet, but it was a complete failure in that the change in diet did NOT change the cholesterol in their blood. This failure was caused by the simple fact that they were starting with a false premise -- that dietary cholesterol caused blood cholesterol.

But, look at the massive intervention into peopleís lives, intended to get them to change their eating behavior.

Mr. Moore describes this very well:

It is one thing when the terrified survivor of a serious heart attack, still wearing his flimsy hospital gown, receives a stern lecture about the habits he needs to modify and the likely consequences if he does not.

It is quite another to attempt such changes in a fairly ordinary middle-aged man without symptoms of ill health.

Further, the physician in normal medical practice can take his best shot at influencing his patientís most dangerous habits, and consign any failures to the vagaries of human nature.

Not only did the Mr. Fit investigators have to achieve large, measurable behavior changes on a broad scale, they had to sustain these gains over seven years. With that challenge in mind, one of the first revisions in the study design was to drop the physician/patient model and adapt techniques more common to group therapy and behavioral psychology.

The participantís principal contact with the Special Intervention group would not be a physician but a specially trained "interventionist." The early thrust of the intervention strategy would be built around ten weekly group therapy sessions during which the interventionists would seek to motivate their subjects to make far reaching changes in their daily lives. They understood that the role of the "wife or homemaker" would be critical and aimed for and achieved high levels of participation.

The "interventionists" used standard psychological techniques, including praise of good behavior and criticism of back-sliding. They used threats! They used a variety of tricks. The full story will never be told because each individual interventionist had no rule of ethical behavior, himself, only the goal to "motivate" his "subject" into a change in behavior.

As I said above, it appeared that the interventionists succeeded. The people they handled reduced the cholesterol in their food by 42 percent. Saturated fat consumption

dropped by 28 percent. Total calories dropped by 21 percent.

This looked GREAT!

What did NOT look so great was that the death rate in the group which got psychological treatment was actually higher than the group which did not. Very few observers would ever believe that psychological treatment could actually cause death, but it is becoming more and more obvious that this is so.

The researchers were more concerned that the blood cholesterol level did not change.

But, even though that aspect of the program was a failure, thousands of doctors noticed that the massive psychological intervention into peopleís lives DID change their behavior. It was this, and other similar observations, which led the government people to recommend diet changes as the first attack on heart disease.

They knew that massive psychological intervention could get people to change their diets. They also knew that it wouldnít help any to do that. But, the diet, remember, was never anything more than the sacrificial lamb -- the treatment which they knew very few people would ever do, so that the second line of attack, really serious psychological and psychiatric intervention, could then be justified. They also knew that the vast majority of people would not willingly enter into the mind-bending sessions, but this second line of attack was again nothing more than a sacrificial lamb.
The real method of "treating" heart disease was to be the drugs.

Diet and psychological counseling would work for a very few, but the pill was the final and most profitable resort.

Iíve said this all before, but Iíve repeated it here to set the background for the REAL solution to heart disease.

The solution IS in the area of diet and changes in life style, even though changes in blood cholesterol level are not the intended intermediary objectives. Youíve read enough in this Book to know the dangers of free radicals in your body, and the need to reduce and eliminate free radical activity in your body. Youíve read enough to know that you need more water in your body. You know that the vitamin formula will help, too.

But, you also know that you are not likely to enroll in some group therapy program where psychologists will practice their tricks on you.

So, what do you do?

I have the same problem. I have spoken to many, as I said, about the changes in their diets, vitamins, etc., and have observed many who did and many others who did not change.


This is NOT a Book about motivation, but it is a Book about change in behavior. Iíve given you lots of data. It might be enough for you to change your behavior.

Maybe it wonít!

So, for those of you who believe my data, but find it difficult to change your diet, to take more vitamins, to drink more water, I offer this final, and vital, advice.

I, personally, have found that the information and technology described in Dianetics, The Modern Science Of Mental Health, (http://www.dianetics.org/) by L. Ron Hubbard has given me a way to remove those mental barriers which have prevented me from doing the things I knew were good for me. I commend that book to you so that you can understand your own mind, and what barriers YOU might have to any desirable change in your life you would like to accomplish.

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Karl Loren is a researcher, writer and developer of unique vitamin formulations that remove heavy metals from the body. His products can be found at:www.oralchelation.com/store . You can write to Karl at: www.oralchelation.com/oral_chelation_contactus.html .

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