Do you ever wish you could turn back the clock and be as healthy and vibrant and full of energy as you were when you were younger?
In this Water Wednesday episode we discuss the book Reverse Aging by Sang Whang and how it can help you.
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Scientific terms are explained in very straightforward and easy to understand language in this book.
The basic theory that Whang proposes is that aging and death by natural causes are a result of acid buildup in the body and that we can live longer and be healthier by detoxing the body through things like ionized alkaline water and FIR technology.
A FEW OF MY FAVORITE EXCERPTS:
I don’t mean to turn the chronological clock back. I am not talking about the removal of wrinkles to look young while your interior is getting old. What I mean by reverse aging is to reduce the accumulated waste products pf a 50-year old body to be that of a 40-year old body or even younger. If the accumulated waste products have not caused irreversable damage to body tissues and organs by that time, their functions could also be revived. (pg 18-20)
When you drink alkaline water, you are drinking water with excess oxygen, not in the form of O2, but in the form of OH- which is very stable because it is mated with positively ionized alkaline minerals. Two of these hydroxyl ions can form a water molecule (H2O) and give out one oxygen atom. The alkaline mineral is used to detoxify poisonous acid compounds and when that happens the hydroxyl ion is freed to sup[ply excess oxygen to the cells to prevent the development of cancer. It is indeed a case of killing two birds with one stone. (pg 69)
What I am telling the world is to drink alkaline water in order to wash out acidic wastes, the universal cause of many adult diseases. I am also telling the world to stay away from soft drinks, especially colas because they are acidic. (pg 154)
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