Water and our bodies


Saliva and urine production are reduced even by a slight decrease in water quality. At 20 % lower proportions of water, there is acute danger to life.


If the water supply is reduced, connective tissue shrinks, which especially affects the skin (face, hands, throat and legs). Blood pressure or blood sugar levels usually rise. Secondary effects are retention in the tissues and a loss of elasticity. Many doctors therefore recommend drinking at least two to three litres of water daily.



Blood is the most important fluid in our bodies and has a high water content. It is composed of 45% blood cells and 55% plasma (which is 90% water). Our civilisation and diet causes the blood to be increasingly impure and fungi and parasites find it an ideal medium. This is becoming an increasing problem for human beings. Instead of changing our diet and drinking water, we introduce ever more chemicals into our bodies.

A large proportion of our metabolic processes evidently take place in a network of structured water. Disturbances of the structure thus a ect the whole body.

The most advanced scientific knowledge shows that the microwaves of mobile and cordless phones, among others, can radically change the structure of our body water. Many doctors therefore recommend drinking high quality water to positively compensate this alarming stress.

Body water content:
embryo                   90%
infant                      80% one year
old                           65% age 15
years old                 over 60 % 50
years old                 under 60 % 60
years old                 approx. 50%

Drink water even when you are not thirsty!