As an adult, I once fell ill and returned home for a few months. My mother came to my bedside one morning with two tall glasses of water.
“Here, drink these,” she said. I did. Then I hurried to the bathroom.
She had been reading a book about dehydration and she was convinced at that time, that I was dehydrated. I was and I kept drinking water. My health improved after that.
Perhaps this was the book she had read. She thought it was especially noteworthy because the book had come to her from her native country, England, even though its author hailed originally from Iran, Doctor Fereydoon Batmanghelidj, M.D..
The salt aspect of health was something I had to research on my own. Full-spectrum salt contains all the minerals our body’s cells contain – and in the same proportions. Celtic salt is my salt of choice.
I have recently suffered from electromagnetic sensitivity but have also found the cure.
The problem is an imbalance/deficiency in the body’s electrolytes.
An electrolyte is the medical/scientific term for salts, specifically ions. Ions are atoms molecules in which the total number of electrons are not equal to the total number of protons, giving the atom a net positive or negative electrical charge.
Your body fluids, blood, plasma, interstitial fluid (fluid between cells) and the fluid within every cell, contains different types of electolytes.Our bodies electrolytes are as follows:
Our bodies electrolytes are as follows:
bicarbonate (HCO3-) (This made within the body itself)
Electrolytes are important because they are what our cells (especially nerve, heart, muscle) use to maintain voltages across their cell membranes and to carry electrical impulses (nerve impulses, muscle contractions) across themselves and to other cells.
The electrical magnetic charge from iPad and iPhone etc will find the line of least resistance within our bodies, the nervous system, and a build up of electrical charge in the nerves and brain tissues can cause pain.
Also, our kidneys work to keep the electrolyte concentrations in our blood constant despite changes in our body. For example, when we exercise heavily, we lose electrolytes in our sweat, particularly sodium and potassium. These electrolytes must be replaced to keep the electrolyte concentrations of our body fluids constant. So, many sports drinks have sodium chloride or potassium chloride added to them. They also have sugar and flavourings to provide your body with extra energy and to make the drink taste better.
You are what you eat so eat what you are. Below are the top 16 elements by % that make up our bodies.
I have been taking the above elements since I took the salt, which literally dissolved the pains away within hours, (just like a dose of salts). I then bought different electrolyte products; here are the ones I think have been most helpful.
Maldon salt, most supermarkets. Contains Sodium and chlorine. (dissolve in water)
Lo Salt – from any shop. Contains potassium and sodium. (dissolve in water)
Epsom salts – Boots. Contains magnesium and sulphur. (dissolve in water)
Phosphorous tablets – On line from Welwda.
Calcium tablets – Holland and Barrett.
MicroMins – On line from NutriPLUS. Contains Magnesium, Chloride, Sulphate, Potassium and Sodium.
ZERO Highs sports drink – Holland and barrett. Contains Magnesium, Chloride, Sulphate, Potassium and Sodium.
I always take them with plenty of water after lunch or dinner. I’m still avoiding use of iPad or iPhone, but am able to use them without much of a problem, but am still occasionally noticing some effects from them, but nowhere near as much as before.