De-Virusize With Water – Who Would A Thunk Dat Water Heals – De-Virusize Immunity With God’s Healing Waters

The Devirusize posts are meant to reduce your chances of becoming ill from viruses and other pathogens.

In the last, and first post, I presented the importance of the Sun, and how it affects your health and immunity. The Sun can be a double-edged sword. It offers magnificent health benefits but can damage your health if we are not safe and prudent, while in the sun.

In this post, the second of the Devirusize series, I present the importance of water consumption, relative to your health. Everyone knows that drinking water benefits their health. Even I was surprised at all of the health benefits of water. Most of them, I knew about, but some I did not.

As with the Sun, too much water can harm you. I have had an experience, while caring for my elderly mother, with the harmful effects of drinking too much water. But this threat is not as likely or severe as harm from getting too much Sun.

I have written other posts on the health benefits of water. They are listed at the bottom of this post. I used very little material from those articles so that I would find updated information and research.

This post, along with the two prior ones will keep you busy for a while. It covers a lot of ground, therefore I leaned towards providing information in bullets. You may click on the links for greater details contained in research studies, articles, and videos. Kevy

“But whosoever drinketh of the water that I shall give him shall never thirst; but the water that I shall give him shall be in him a well of water springing up into everlasting life.” – John 4:14


Devirusize – Water

Devirusize – Water from Kevin Vidal on Vimeo.


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It is important to note that the Devirusize series of posts simply aim to create healthy body environments that are not inviting to illness. Holistic Healing primarily focuses on overall wellness, as opposed to focusing on specific ailments.

I share these protocols with you because I have followed them for over 20 years, and they have worked for me. Recently, I was exposed to Coronavirus and experienced no illness or symptoms. I was exposed almost two months ago, now.

This opens the possibility that if you follow my recommendations you may have the same experience, proportional to how meticulous you are about your health and lifestyle. It is an even stronger possibility since I support my recommendations with science.

After reviewing this, and future posts, please consult with your health practitioner to determine what’s the best health improvement practices to follow.

“Therefore with joy shall ye draw water out of the wells of salvation.” – Isaiah 12:3


Drink More Water For These Benefits

Water serves a number of essential functions to keep us all going
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Interesting Health Facts About Water
  • Water is of major importance to all living things; in some organisms, up to 90% of their body weight comes from water.
  • Water is your body’s principal chemical component and makes up about 60 percent of your body weight. Your body depends on water to survive.
  • The brain and heart are composed of 73% water
  • The lungs are about 83% water.
  • The skin contains 64% water,
  • The muscles and kidneys are 79%
  • The bones are watery: 31%.
  • Each day humans must consume a certain amount of water to survive. according to age, gender, and also by where someone lives.
  • All of the water a person need does not have to come from drinking liquids, as some of this water is contained in the food we eat.
  • Every cell, tissue, and organ in your body needs water to work properly.
  • For example, water:
    • Gets rid of wastes through urination, perspiration and bowel movements
    • Keeps your temperature normal
    • Lubricates and cushions joints
    • Protects sensitive tissues
Percentage of Water Weight
  • Different people have different percentages of their bodies made up of water.
  • Babies have the most, being born at about 78%.
  • By one year of age, that amount drops to about 65%.
  • Adult men, about 60% of their bodies are water.
  • Fat tissue does not have as much water as lean tissue.
  • Adult women, fat makes up more of the body than men, so they have about 55% of their bodies made of water.

Thus:

  • Babies and kids have more water (as a percentage) than adults.
  • Women have less water than men (as a percentage).
  • People with more fatty tissue have less water than people with less fatty tissue (as a percentage).

Water serves a number of essential functions to keep us all going

Drinking an adequate amount of water provides the following benefits:

  • A vital nutrient to the life of every cell acts first as a building material.
  • It regulates our internal body temperature by sweating and respiration
  • The carbohydrates and proteins that our bodies use as food are metabolized and transported by water in the bloodstream;
  • It assists in flushing waste mainly through urination
  • Acts as a shock absorber for brain, spinal cord, and fetus
  • Forms saliva
  • Lubricates joints
  • Aids in Losing Weight – Cause you to eat less by suppressing the appetite
  • Speeds up Metabolism – Increases Energy
  • Brain Works Better – 75 – 85% with adequate water – Water Intake Improves Brain Function
  • It Detoxes – Prevents Aging – Young and Fresh
  • Lowers Diseases – Bladder,
  • Helps The Heart Works Better
  • Skin Better – Clears and Moistens
  • Hydration – Delivery of electrolytes and nutrients to cells. Lack of water can lead to dehydration — a condition that occurs when you don’t have enough water in your body to carry out normal functions. Even mild dehydration can drain your energy and make you tired.
  • It Saves You Money over the price of other beverages

“And he said unto me, It is done. I am Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the end. I will give unto him that is athirst of the fountain of the water of life freely.” – Revelation 21:6

This is a good time to refresh you on the concept of Devirusize.

I invented this new word: It is Devirusize. DEVIRUSIZE – de·viru·size – /dē vī rəs sīz/

Devirusize – To holistically create a “well-body”, through following a number of complementary protocols, that make the body less attractive to viruses, pathogens, and disease. Read More


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It is important to understand that though drinking more water will improve your health, in the context of Devirusizing, you must be prepared to follow all or most of the regiments listed below to reap optimal health benefits

Regiments focus on:

  • Sun
  • Water
  • Oils
  • Air/Breathing
  • Earth
  • Nutrition/Diet/Portions
  • Sleep
  • Bacteria
  • Exercise – Running & Walking
  • Detoxification
  • Juicing/Smoothies
  • Meditation/Prayer
  • Creativity For Health & Spirit
  • Special Protocols – Ozonated, Zapper, Honey, etc.

Medical Disclaimer Statement

I am not a doctor. I am simply providing my testimony on what has worked for me, quite miraculously in most cases. We are all different, though. But we are all also the same. The protocols that I suggest may or may not work for you.

However, it is worth knowing that the possibility exists that it will. In addition to my personal testimony, I back up my practices with facts and science. I support these protocols with science, but you should dig deeper on your own.

The Health and Lifestyle information that I provide is not meant to lead you to immediately begin these regiments, without consulting with your doctor, health practitioner, and without doing your own independent research. It is most important that you feel comfortable with any health choice that you make. If you do not feel comfortable with it, it will not work.
“I can assure you that if you are skeptical about having healthy lifestyle protocols, then making changes alone will not work for you. You must believe in health for it to work.” – Kevy Michaels

Please read our medical disclaimer – Not all alternative treatments work for those who do not believe that they will.


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Nutrition and healthy eating – Water: How much should you drink every day? – Mayo Clinic
Health benefits of water:
  • No single formula fits everyone. But knowing more about your body’s need for fluids will help you estimate how much water to drink each day. – Mayo Clinic

How Much Water & Hydration Do We Need?

How Much Water and Hydration and Balance with electrolytes
Determining how much water your body requires is not an exercise focusing just on the amount. It is a matter of focusing on what is needed to obtain proper hydration. This requires many considerations including, weight, age, gender, geography, lifestyle activities, and season.

Studies have produced varying recommendations over the years. But your individual water needs depend on many factors, including your health, how active you are, and where you live.

  1. Between 25 – 50% of body weight per day
  2. Generally, an adult male needs about 3 liters (3.2 quarts) per day
  3. Generally, an adult female needs about 2.2 liters (2.3 quarts) per day.

In addition, it is recommended that the following are companions to drinking proper water:

  • Get more fruits and veggies – electrolytes – not just water
  • Get Sea Salt – Himalayan Sea Salt
  • Exercise – increases circulation in your body. Movement improves circulation and gets more electrolytes into system and delivery of nutrients

“When the well is dry, they know the worth of water.” – Benjamin Franklin


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According to the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine, for the average, healthy adult living in a temperate climate, adequate daily fluid intake is:

  • About 15.5 cups (3.7 liters) of fluids for men
  • About 11.5 cups (2.7 liters) of fluids a day for women

Every day you lose water through your breath, perspiration, urine, and bowel movements. For your body to function properly, you must replenish its water supply by consuming beverages and foods that contain water. These recommendations cover fluids from water, other beverages, and food.

About 20 percent of daily fluid intake usually comes from food and the rest from drinks.

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“Not all water is great for you. I drink a lot of water during the day, but I stay away from certain waters because their pH levels are low. Stick to alkaline waters with a higher pH. Trust me” – Kawhi Leonard

Studies On Water – Following Science – What an Innovative Idea!

Mild dehydration affects mood in healthy young women 2012 Feb;142(2):382-8. doi: 10.3945/jn.111.142000. Epub 2011 Dec 21.

Impaired cognitive function and mental performance in mild dehydration – 2003 Dec;57 Suppl 2:S24-9

Role of dehydration in heat stress-induced variations in mental performance. – 1988 Jan-Feb;43(1):15-7 – The results indicated significant deterioration in mental functions at 2% or more body dehydration levels.

Effects of fluid ingestion on cognitive function after heat stress or exercise-induced dehydration – Author CCian – P.A Barraud – B Melin – C Raphel

Impact of mild dehydration on wellness and on exercise performance – 2003 Dec;57 Suppl 2:S19-23 – Maughan RJ1

Work performance after dehydration: effects of physical conditioning and heat acclimatization – 2000 Fall;11(3):204-8 – 1958

Hydration and muscular performance: does fluid balance affect strength, power, and high-intensity endurance? – 2007;37(10):907-21 – Judelson DA1, Maresh CM, Anderson JM, Armstrong LE, Casa DJ, Kraemer WJ, Volek JS.

Staying safely hydrated

  • Your fluid intake is probably adequate if:
  • You rarely feel thirsty
  • Your urine is colorless or light yellow

A doctor or registered dietitian can help you determine the amount of water that’s right for you every day.

Preventing Dehydration

Make sure your body has the fluids it needs, makes water your beverage of choice. It’s also a good idea to:

  • Drink a glass of water or other calorie-free or low-calorie beverage with each meal and between each meal.
  • Drink water before, during, and after exercise.
  • Drink water if you’re feeling hungry. Thirst is often confused with hunger.
Dangers of Drinking Water

Here are the dangers of drinking too much water or not drinking it properly:

  • Although uncommon, it’s possible to drink too much water. When your kidneys can’t excrete the excess water, the sodium content of your blood is diluted (hyponatremia) — which can be life-threatening.
  • Drinking too much water is rare in healthy adults who eat an average American diet.
  • Athletes — especially if they participate in long or intense workouts or endurance events — are at higher risk of hyponatremia.
  • Mild dehydration caused by exercise or heat can have negative effects on both your physical and mental performance.
  • Drinking too much water can strip your body of its minerals, especially distilled water. Loss of too much sodium and potassium can cause seizures. This why using the Himalayan Sea Salt is recommended because it contains over 80 minerals.

Quality Of Bottled Water

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Photo – Giphy – Drink Water Hydrate – Soda Stream
Thirsty? Here Are 9 Types of Water You Can Drink -. Medically reviewed by Carissa Stephens, RN, CCRN, CPN on January 29, 2019 — Written by Jennifer Still

You hear it all the time: You should be drinking more water. How much depends on the person, but generally speaking, staying well-hydrated offers a host of health benefits. That includes higher energy levels and better brain function, just to name a few.

But not all water is created equal, with some being cheaper or providing more nutrients than others. Read More

Here are the different types of water and what you should know about them.

Water Type Pros Cons
Tap water Though many people turn their noses up at the idea of drinking tap water over taste or safety concerns, the truth is that tap water is safe to drink across much of the United States.

What’s more, tap water isn’t only good for you, it’s cheaper than buying various types of bottled water.

While there are industry regulations in place, Trusted Sources that are meant to keep lead and other harmful substances from contaminating the water supply, sometimes this doesn’t work. A prime example of this is the ongoing water crisis in Flint, Michigan.
Mineral water Mineral water does indeed have some health benefits Trusted Source since it provides minerals your body can’t create on its own. It can also help aid in digestion, and many people even like the taste of it over tap water, though that’s down to personal preference. One of the main downsides to mineral water is cost, especially when compared to tap water. Many of the minerals from this type of water can also be obtained from a healthy, varied diet.
Spring or glacier water Sparkling water offers a different mouth feel to flat water, which could be a welcome change if you want something fizzy without sugar or artificial sweeteners. That said, there are flavored sparkling waters available that do contain one or both types of sweeteners. Plus, because sparkling water tends to be mineralized — think Perrier and San Pellegrino — you’re getting the added bonus of health-promoting minerals with your carbonation. While there are some minerals present in sparkling water, there aren’t enough to be truly beneficial to your health in a meaningful way. In addition, it can be expensive compared to both tap and certain types of bottled water.

 

Distilled water Distilled water is a great option if you live somewhere — or are visiting somewhere — where the tap water supply is contaminated or possibly could be. As there are no vitamins and minerals in distilled water, there are no health benefits. In fact, it has the potential to be detrimental as non-mineralized water tends to pull minerals from where it can — in this case, your body, or specifically your teeth.
Purified water This means that drinking it is pretty much guaranteed to be safe. Like distilled water, purified water is a great option if your immediate water source is contaminated. That said, many countries purify tap water, so you’re basically drinking purified water every time you fill a cup from your kitchen sink. Because all potentially harmful substances are removed from purified water, you also miss out on some of the potentially beneficial ones that are added to tap water supplies like fluoride, which helps to reduce tooth decay. In addition, purchasing purified water or even installing a filtration system at home can be pretty costly.
Flavored or infused water Flavored water, like Hint and Propel, can offer a tasty alternative to plain water, which makes it easier to drink in larger amounts. It can also add variation to your water intake since there are so many flavors available. Flavor can be added naturally by infusing fruit and vegetables into tap or bottled water, or you could purchase artificially flavored waters in most stores. Often, flavored waters contain added sugar or artificial sweeteners. Varieties with sugar can lead to weight gain and have a negative effect on those with diabetes. What’s more, some people may react negatively to artificial sweeteners.
Alkaline water The fact that this type of water has a higher pH level has led some people to believe that it may help neutralize the acid in the body, help slow the aging process, or even prevent cancer.

There’s very little scientific proof, however, of this being true.

It’s generally safe to drink alkaline water, but it could reduce stomach acidity, thereby lowering its ability to kill off harmful bacteria. In excess, it could also lead to metabolic alkalosis, which could produce symptoms like nausea and vomiting.
Well water If you happen to live in an area where wells are plentiful, or you even have one in your own backyard, the convenient access to what seems like freshwater could be attractive.

While there are many proponents of raw, untreated water, the benefits may not outweigh the potential risks. That said, there are steps you can take to ensure your well water is suitable for drinking. For example, testing your well water annually for bacteria, nitrates, and pH levels. It’s also possible to install a filtration system.

Because the water hasn’t been treated, there’s a big chance of contamination — particularly from bacterial and parasitic infections like giardia.

While well water used to be the norm, there’s a reason that city water supplies and the regulations surrounding them were put into place — you simply don’t know what you’re getting unless you test or treat the well water yourself.

The Bottom Line While you may prefer which type of water is best, generally, there’s no one type that promises greater health benefits than the others.

So long as the water you’re drinking is clean and safe, the main focus is to make sure that you stay hydrated and to ensure you’re drinking enough water on a regular basis. Read More

The Water in You: Water and the Human Body

Healthline – Authority Nutrition – Evidence-Based – How Much Water Should You Drink Per Day?

The body is about 60% water, give or take… You are constantly losing water from your body, primarily via urine and sweat. To prevent dehydration, you need to drink adequate amounts of water.

There are many different opinions on how much water you should be drinking every day. Read More

Mayo Clinic – Healthy Lifestyle – Water: How much should you drink every day? – By Mayo Clinic Staff – Sept. 06, 2017

Water is essential to good health, yet needs vary by individual. These guidelines can help ensure you drink enough fluids. How much water should you drink each day? It’s a simple question with no easy answer. – Read More

Livestrong – Why Is It Healthy To Drink Hot Water? – BY KIMBERLY WONDERLY – OCT. 03, 2017

  • The regular drinking of hot water can provide many health benefits, including improved digestive health and weight loss. The taste of hot water may not suit your taste buds, prompting you to add flavorings, caffeine, or sugar. While adding flavoring doesn’t alter all the benefits provided by the hot water, it may cause weight gain, depending on what you add to the hot water.
  • Also, warm/hot water relaxes the body better. Coldwater might be more refreshing, but it may disrupt your vocal cords, that’s why singers always drink room temperature water.
  • Hot water increases the circulation to the gastrointestinal tract and decreases the amount of mucous in your sinuses, esophagus, and gastrointestinal tract, decreasing the ability for viruses, bad bacteria, or fungi to grow or infect your body.
  • The theory of Chinese Medicine and its Yin-Yang philosophy states that you should drink warm water, about the same temperature as the body, because hot water and cold water throw off the balance of your body, Read More

Drinking Water Helps Boost Your Immunity – Published On March 19, 2020 – Active Wellness Blog

Water helps carry oxygen throughout the body to organs, tissues, and blood cells. Since blood is composed of more than 90% water, water feeds those carrier blood cells.1 Keep your immunity up by drinking plenty of water to help stave off infection. Staying hydrated helps your body naturally eliminate toxins that may cause illness.2

Lymphocytes are white blood cells located in the lymph nodes in the immune system. Their job is to detect foreign antigens and produce the antibodies to destroy the waste material, which keeps the immune function intact. Drinking water works like a waterfall that helps the body’s digestive system work efficiently to process nutrients while ridding it of waste. In other words, drinking plenty of water helps boost the immune system by preventing the buildup of toxins in the kidneys and the liver. Add Kenzen® Lactoferrin 2.0, Kenzen® Cleanse & Detox, and Kenzen® Immunity for even more support! Read More

Alkaline Water: Beneficial or All Hype? – By Rachael Link, MS, RD – October 4, 2018

It’s true that your body’s pH plays a big role in overall health, and the standard American diet is typically filled with refined sugars, hydrogenated oils, excess sodium, high-fructose corn syrup, chemical additives, pesticides, synthetic hormones and ultra-processed foods that can all contribute to low-grade acidosis, or overproduction of acid in the blood, fostering an environment where disease can thrive. Read More


Kevy’s Prior Posts On Water

Devirusize Video – Devirusize – A New Word I Created – Protect Urself From Viruses – May 2, 2020

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Coffee Is Counted As Water Too – It’s Just Brown Water

Coffee counts as water too! Beyond the drinking water, you get water from other beverages including coffee, most foods, milk, juice, as well as, many fruits and vegetables, such as watermelon and spinach, which are almost 100 percent water by weight. Read More

My Water Has More Oxygen Than Yours…Nah, Nah, Nah, Nah

Ozonated Water – I’ve been drinking ozonated water for about 15 years now.

I drink bottled water, as well, but when at home, I exclusively drink ozonated water, usually starting before eating each morning, and throughout the day. With regard to bottled water, I always buy the best, preferably in non-BHA containers. In particular, Smart Water, Inspired By Clouds, replicates the creation of ozonated water, but it is best when prepared and drank immediately, there-afterward. Read More

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Photo Clint Mc Koy

Posts That Kiss-up To Water But Appear To Be Truthful

8 Tips to Boost Your Immune System – January 11, 2018 | Fisher-Titus Healthy Living Team
Water, Hydration and Health – Barry M. Popkin, Kristen E. D’Anci, and Irwin H. Rosenberg

12 Reasons Why You Should Drink Hot Instead Of Cold Water

What Happens to Your Body When You Drink Enough Water?
What Is Alkaline Water?
The pH of water: What to know
Early Death Comes From Drinking Distilled Water
The Water in You: Water and the Human Body
How to Stay Hydrated in 4 Steps – By Dr. Josh Axe, DC, DMN, CNS – June 20, 2017

The biggest side effects of not getting enough water can be headaches, lack of energy, weight gain, lack of cleansing and detoxification, weakened immune response, getting the cold and flu easily, or feeling lethargic. Proper hydration is so important to your overall health.

To stay properly hydrated, I have four recommendations.

  1. Drink about half of your body weight in ounces a day, in water.
  2. Get more fruits and vegetables in your diet, which are full of electrolytes.
  3. Consume all-natural sea salts in your food (Himalayan salt or Celtic salt), which helps your body stay hydrated.
  4. Exercise more. Exercise can support the process of hydration because movement increases circulation, increasing electrolyte levels into your cells.

Read More


Videos

10 Benefits to Drinking Warm Lemon Water Every Morning – 698,460 views – Natural Cures – Published on Oct 5, 2016

Did you know that lemon juice could be helpful to your health in many different ways? Lemons are full of vitamins and nutrients, like vitamin C, B-complex vitamins, calcium, potassium, iron, magnesium, and fiber.


6 Reasons You’ve Been Drinking Water Wrong – Jan 14, 2019 – BRIGHT SIDE

Distilled Water Will Decalcify Your Pineal Gland – 178,044 views – Modern Galaxy – Published on Feb 7, 2016

Distilled water removes heavy toxins and metals from the human body and allows you to vibrate at a much higher rate. Drinking distilled water has been proven to have profound health benefits. One of the biggest benefits is the fast decalcification of your pineal gland (Third Eye).


How Much Water Should You Really Drink a Day? – 483,051 views – Dr. Josh Axe – Published on Jan 6, 2015


What Would Happen If You Replace All Drinks with Water? – 11,062,015 views – BRIGHT SIDE – Published on Apr 4, 2017


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5 thoughts on “De-Virusize With Water – Who Would A Thunk Dat Water Heals – De-Virusize Immunity With God’s Healing Waters

  1. Too much water is harmful. There needs Water intake is essential for the overall wellness of the body but when there’s overly large amount of water in the body, it’s not healthy. That’s when you see some people with swollen feet/ legs. Thanks for sharing

    1. I had such a harmful experience while caring for my mother.

      She had a seizure because of drinking too much water coupled with low salt intake.

      Her potassium & sodium was so low that she had a seizure.

      It is easy to deplete the body of minerials but hard to replace them.

      This is why usimg Himalayan Sea Salt is recommended with hydration and not drinking too much distilled water. The sea salt has over 80 minerals.

      …Its like a supplement.
      Thanks. Kevy

      1. Aww! So sorry to hear that. Hope she’s back on her feet now?
        Absolutely! Himalayan sea salts are the best. But not within most people’s reach though.

      2. Regular Sea Salt is fine as well. It does not have to be Himalayan. Mediterranean Salt works as well. Or take a multi mineral supplement

        Kevy

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