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Good Hydration is the Key to Recovery 03/24 by Parkinsons Recovery

Are you taking all the best medicines and supplements for your symptoms and even doing the exercise recommended
by the experts but are not seeing a reversal of your symptoms? I have a good guess for you about why. You are dehydrated. 
Simply put, your body cannot take in the nutrients nor discharge the toxins if there is not enough water in the cells of your body. 

When you your doctor answers the question: “what can I do to feel better?” by saying – “Drink more water” do not laugh. Your doctor is right. Taking the time today to listen to my radio show today will be well worth your time if it simply encourages you to drink more water. 

My show presents an interview with my guest Jaroslov Boublik, PhD who in my book of experts is the international expert on water and hydration. Dr. Boublik answers such questions as:

  • Why do we get dehydrated as we age?
  • Why is hydration so important to elminate toxins? 
  • If I add such substances to my diet such as – salt, energy drinks, coffee, tea, alcohol, colas, milk – will I be better hydrated?
  • What are the symptoms of dehydration?
  • Is drinking structured water a good idea?
  • Can good hydration reduce Parkinson’s symptoms? 
  • will better hydration enhance mental clarity?

Jaroslov Boublik is also one of the amazing developers of the Aquas, a homeopathic treatment for dehydration. He answers questions from listeners about their use and application. For further information visit: http://www.aquas4life.com

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