How much water should we drink per day?  Human organism should receive about 3 l of water per day. About 1,5 l are received through food. The remaining 1,5 l should be received while drinking water. Because natural mineral water not only satisfies the thirst but also provides vitality and energy. Dr. Batmanghelidj says that dehydration is a primary factor in the production of disease all over the body. It produces free radicals in the body and water is the greatest free radical remover. Why are mineral waters preferable? Balanced food and sufficient consumption of water enables to purposefully avoid the signs of minerals deficit. Vytautas water provides the vital minerals and minor nutrient elements for the organism. Naturally dissolved mineral ions are best assimilated by the organism. Minerals play especially important roles in human organism: they care about the smooth and faultless metabolic functions; regulate the balance of alkali and acids; take part in transferring the impulses through nerves; coordinate the muscle activity and relax. The kidneys are regulating water-salt balance. Salt in turn, is needed to regulate the body’s temperature. Is low sodium diet healthier? The theory behind the recommendation for "low-sodium diet" states that more salt binds more water in the body and thus increases the amount of blood, which would in return increase the blood pressure. This amateur opinion, however, has not much to do with the actual processes in the body. In a recently published meta-analysis, the results of a total of 114 different studies of the last three decades were evaluated. The authors' conclusion: The results do not support the general recommendation to limit sodium intake. The rather low success of salt restriction is even opposed by findings about the negative effects of long-term salt restriction. A large U.S. perspective study reports an inverse correlation between daily salt intake on one hand, and all-cause mortality and cardiovascular mortality on the other hand. The fact that, despite a variety of intensive efforts, a definite causal relationship between salt consumption and hypertension was not observed (comp. Analysis in  Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews [2011; No. CD009217]), must - at the present time - rather be interpreted as evidence against the validity of this correlation. General water shortage is the cause for high blood pressure. Salt regulates the water balance. Vytautas water ideally contains both, water and salt in a hypotonic concentration (0,5%). Some authors even speak of a downright “salt conspiracy”. To limit or eliminate salt out of ones diet is setting the stage for ALL sickness and disease. It is not salt that causes high blood pressure. It is dietary and metabolic acid. Salt is the life of the body! And, without liberal amounts of whole unprocessed salt the body cannot keep up with the daily onslaught of dietary and metabolic acidity. This is why I suggest eating lots of salt and getting off acidic foods and drinks. When you do this, your health, energy, happiness and fitness will naturally improve - without medications!” - Robert O. Young D.Sc., Ph.D., NMD Salz wurde früher als das “weiße Gold” bezeichnet, es gab Salzstraßen mit “Salzburgen”, römische Legionäre bekamen ihren Sold als Salz ausbezahlt (lat.: “salarium”, die Erlaubnis der Soldaten, Salz zu kaufen). Die Briten erhoben in Indien eine Salzsteuer und setzten ein drakonisches Salzmonopol auf die Gewinnung, Transport und Handel mit dem lebenswichtigen Elektrolyt durch, welches erst durch Gandhis berühmten Salzmarsch (5.4.1930) gebrochen wurde, an dem sich viele Mitglieder der Kongresspartei beteiligten. Die folgende Verhaftungswelle gab der indischen Unabhängigkeitsbewegung großen Auftrieb. Heute existiert zwar kein Monopol mehr auf Salz, und es ist billiger denn je, was seine künstlich geschürte Geringschätzung leider fördert. Aber die Geschichte sollte uns lehren, dass Salz heute zu unrecht verteufelt wird. Gerade die salzfreie Ernährung schwächt die Abwerkraft gegen alle Arten negativer Einflüsse (auch feinstofflicher Art). Is carbon dioxide harmful? An optimal supply of oxygen is very important for the body cells. But for the oxygen to enter the cells, carbon dioxide is crucial. Since carbon dioxide contains oxygen, it contributes to the dilation of blood vessels and helps the heart function. Carbonic acid (H2CO3) is an acid anhydride and the reaction product of their carbon dioxide (CO2) with water. The salts of diprotic acid are called carbonates and bicarbonates. Due to the stress-related over-breathing, a lot of people suffer from chronic undersupply of carbon dioxide in the blood. An external carbon dioxide supply through mineral water can therefore improve the balance. Carbon dioxide further prevents the growth of bacteria and promotes peristalsis of the digestive tract and excretion.        
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