The Secret To Health And Vitality
By Kirsten Cowart
Wouldn’t it be great to face each day full of renewed energy and excellent health?
What if I were to tell you that this could all be accomplished without spending any extra money whatsoever?
All you need to know is this one simple Japanese technique and you will completely transform your life – and by sharing this knowledge, you could greatly impact the health of your friends and family.
This simple technique is all about the timing and temperature of water. Believe it or not, most of us have actually been drinking water the wrong way our whole lives. Because of this, we haven’t allowed the healing powers of water to detox and heal our bodies.
On top of not knowing the timing or optimum temperature of drinking water, most of us are walking around dehydrated. In fact, 75% of americans are chronically dehydrated. When you consider the fact that nearly 85% of your brain, 80% of your blood and 70% of lean muscle is made up of water, this really makes proper hydration a big deal.
According to the Japanese medical society, this powerful technique can help with many different diseases such as:
With that many awesome healing effects, it is completely worth making this technique a part of your daily routine.
The Ultimate Japanese Water Drinking Technique
1. Before even brushing your teeth – drink 4 x 160ml (or 2.66 cups) of water on an empty stomach immediately after waking up each morning (if you are elderly or cannot drink that much right away, start out with a lower amount and work your way up over time).
2. Next, brush and clean the mouth but do not eat or drink anything for 45 minutes.
3. After 45 minutes, you may eat and drink just like you normally would.
4. As soon as 15 minutes has passed after breakfast, lunch, or dinner, do not eat or drink for 2 hours.
In China and Japan, they avoid drinking cold water with their meals. In fact, the drink of choice is typically hot tea. Studies have found that if you prefer drinking cold water, then it is recommended to avoid it during meal time.
If you drink cold water during a meal, the water will solidify any oils in your food, creating a sludgy mess in your intestines. This oil will start lining the intestines, making it harder to digest food. Over time, the excess fats can store toxins and even lead to cancer.
It is strongly recommended that right after finishing a meal, you drink hot water, tea, or warm soup to help break up the fats and move everything along.
If you want to enjoy cold water, do it first thing in the morning or 2 hours after you have eaten for the optimal Japanese health effects.
How Long Should I Do This Technique?
Though you can make this powerful technique a part of your daily lifestyle, here is a list of conditions and the recommended number of days to use this technique in order to have the best results:
1. Gastric – 10 days
2. Diabetes – 30 days
3. High Blood Pressure – 30 days
4. Constipation – 10 days
5. TB – 90 days
6. Arthritis – The person should do the technique for 3 days for week 1 and then start again at the beginning of week 2 and do it daily moving forward.
7. Cancer – Improvement after 180 days
There are no side effects of this technique, however, from personal experience, I recommend the first day you try this to be near a bathroom for the first couple of hours. Not only does this technique increase urination in those who have been chronically dehydrated, but it will also act as a powerful detox cleanse and may cause more regular bowel movements until you adjust.
After a few days of this technique, you will feel better, think more clearly and be on your way to a renewed sense of health. Try it out and let us know in the comments below what you discover by using this powerful healing technique.
Kirsten Cowart is a writer and researcher that has worked in the spiritual, mental health and medical fields.Kirsten enjoys studying and experiencing the benefits of yoga, meditation, nutrition, herbalism, organic gardening and alternative health.She worked hard in 2014 losing over 40 lbs. and has since maintained a healthy lifestyle.Follow her to learn more about her journey on Twitter, Facebook & Youtube!
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