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Baby Step ~ 35 Fruit Hydration


I’ve noticed recently that when I’m eating plenty of juicy fruits in summer, like watermelon and grapes, I’m not as thirsty for water.

I had read in the past that fruit is the best water, and water filtration system there is.  It’s packed with excellent water!

I’m back from my year of massage school.  It was a very awesome time of learning and meeting new people with like minds.  I’m so grateful for those experiences.

I’ve gotten off track with my eating this summer, since I’ve been back, and now I really really REALLY want to be back on track!

Too many aches and pains have crept back into my life from eating high fat foods at the fairs and festivals.

So this week, I’ve pressed the restart button, and am aiming for a month long raw detox!  At least a month!!!  I already feel better!





I’m not a doctor.  These are just my experiences and experiences of those around me, as well as my research over the years.


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Baby Step #8 ~ Water Water Water


Do you have bad headaches?  Nausea?

There’s a chance you are dehydrated.

One of the first things they will do if you go to a hospital is put an I.V. in you to hydrate you, so keep hydrated with lots o’ water!

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Fresh fruits and greens are also packed with nature’s filtered water…  The best there is.

But still drink plenty of water on top of that.

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Not tea, not soda, not coffee… Not alcohol, not flavored water (with lots of processed ingredients), not carbonated water…

Those don’t hydrate you.  You need to double your water after any of those.
It’s best to not drink those, but if you are not there yet, then replenish your water after drinking any of those!

For me, I’ve found that some bad headaches, nausea, dry eyes, and dry skin can be cured by more water!

My friend also recently had severe dry eyes, and she started pushing the water, and it cleared up right away!

I’m not a doctor, these are just my experiences and experiences of those around me, as well as the research I’ve done over the years.


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