His success was reported in the Journal of Clinical Gastroenterology in June 1983 and in the New York Times Science Watch, on June 21, 1983. In 1982, he escaped from Iran and came to America. There, he continued his work on the effects of chronic unintentional dehydration on the human body.
He believed that the natural thirst signals of the body are often mistaken for signs or symptoms of other diseases, and maintained that if we avoid the chronic dehydration that occurs during our lifetime, we can avoid all health issues and unnecessary procedures and medications.
This is the water therapy method:
Drink (1) 8oz glass of fluoride-free water as soon as you wake up, on an empty stomach. Do not at anything for 45 minutes, and then you’re free to eat and drink as you please. Thirty minutes before meals, drink a glass of water, and drink another one two hours after meals.
The Japanese Medical Society claims that if you follow this method, you can treat constipation and gastric issues after 10 days, and a month to treat high blood pressure.
The importance of water can never be underestimated. Drinking water as soon as you wake up can do miracles for your health, as our body is mainly comprised of water, and needs to be properly hydrated at all times.
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