Water Deficit Syndrome

dr gerald pollock

Since writing Growing Food God’s Way in 2014, I have endeavored to keep learning about many topics covered in the book (including):
Live food, fresh food, in-season foods, and “live” water.

In chapter 16 (Turning a Corner), under the sub-heading: Nutritional Honesty, this observation is recorded: “Most Americans go through each day in various states of dehydration or what I call ‘water deficit syndrome.’

Since publishing GFGW, I became aware of a water expert and bio-engineering college professor: Gerald H. Pollack, PhD. He wrote Cells, Gels, and the Engines of Life (2001), and posited the term “electron deficiency syndrome.”

Beyond basic hydration, Dr. Pollack reveals that electrolyzed, reduced water can supply excess electrons to our bloodstream. These electrons serve to keep the red blood cells from clumping together…getting diseased…forming clots; through a phenomena called “exclusion zones (EZ).” To learn about EZs, watch his TEDtalk: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i-T7tCMUDXU

So what kind of water does Dr. Pollack drink in his own home? He drinks tap water – that has been run through a live water generator. This device uses the ionization process to produce a plethora of electron donors. For information on the medical-grade device he has in his home, go to:
http://www.mywaterwellness.com

Back to hydration…we are told to drink 1/2 our body weight in ounces each day. Weigh 180? That would indicate drinking 90 ounces of water each day.

What about Paul Gautschis well water? For one, I know it is delicious. Secondly, I think it is also dead water…in that it doesn’t supply excess electrons to enhance his blood stream. However, I have not subjected it to a live water test. Next time I venture up there, I will try to bring the item necessary to test it.  DD

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2 Responses to “Water Deficit Syndrome”

  1. Catherine RheaSeptember 2, 2017 at 10:12 pm #

    How do you do a live water test? Contact me catherinespersonalmessages@gmail.com

    • David DevineOctober 20, 2017 at 1:57 pm #

      Hi Catherine. Carefully introduce a flame to a stream of the water you’re testing. Live water “pops” and even flashes. Dead water does nothing. I use a propane gun. Better than a typical lighter, but that may do in a pinch. DD

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