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Health Professionals who give the wrong advise about Electrolytes.

August 5, 2014

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Health Professionals who give the wrong advise about Electrolytes.

Stories like this really get me going when a health professional gives someone the wrong advise or does not tell them whole story, if you don’t know tell them you don’t know then tell them you will refer them to someone who does know.

If you are not educated in, nutrition then do not try to give advice to someone, let the nutritious do that.

One of the best sources of neutral electrolytes (minerals) is alkalized water (kangen water) and fresh fruits and vegetables that are toxic chemical free, one of the worst types of electrolytes is synthetic minerals, supplements or chemical induced or man made, it is imposable to try to duplicate neutral natures electrolytes or minerals by putting them in a pill form or powder, there are many more trace minerals that need to go along with all the major minerals, they all have to work together.

This is my story

A doctor told his patient he could not drink alkalized water because it has potassium in it, the doctor told him you cannot have potassium. When he told me this, my question to him is, if that is the case then you better stop eating fruits and vegetables, did your doctor tell you to stop eating those, because you are eating potassium any time you eat fruits and vegetables and beside ask him how important antioxidants are for the body to help build the immune system, one of the main minerals in antioxidants is potassium.

This is what he said; he is my doctor so I am going to listen to him. All I could do was say ok and walk away, this is the hard part of us helping educate people about health, we have information that could possibly save someone life and a person who has that medical title gives them the wrong advice, and that patient does not take the time to research it themselves.

electrolytes

What are electrolytes?

Electrolytes regulate our nerve and muscle function, our body’s hydration, blood pH, blood pressure, and the rebuilding of damaged tissue. Various mechanisms exist in our body that keep the concentrations of different electrolytes under strict control.

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Fresh fruits and vegetables are rich in electrolytes.

Our muscles and neurons are seen as electric tissues of the body. They are activated by electrolyte activity between extracellular fluid or interstitial fluid, and intracellular fluid (fluid inside, outside or between cells).

A muscle contraction needs calcium (Ca2+), sodium (Na+) and potassium (K+) to be present. Wrong electrolyte levels can lead to either weak muscles, or muscles that contract too severely.

Our heart, muscle and nerve cells use electrolytes to maintain voltages across their cell membranes and to carry electrical impulses across themselves to other cells.

The level of an electrolyte in the blood can become too high or too low. Body electrolyte levels tend to alter when water levels in the body change – when our level of hydration go up or down.

Electrolyte levels are kept constant by our kidneys and several hormones – even when our bodies trigger changes. When we exercise we sweat and lose electrolytes, mainly sodium and potassium.

To maintain electrolyte concentrations of our body fluids constant, these electrolytes must be replaced. Fresh fruits and vegetables are good sources of sodium and potassium and replace lost electrolytes. Excess electrolyte levels in our blood are filtered out by our kidneys.

If our consumption of necessary electrolytes is wrong there can be health consequences. The most common imbalances are hypernatremia and hyponatremia – too much or too little sodium, and hyper kalemia and hypokalemia, or excessive and insufficient levels of potassium.

Doctors refer to a low electrolyte level with the prefix hypo- and to a high level with the prefix hyper-.

Free information go to www. drinknatureswater.com
Info on the truth how bad is your water go to http://www.kangendemo.com

Bill & Emily Mabry
Certified Molecular Hydration Specialist

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