Not Enough Water = High Cholesterol, Diabetes & Kidney Disease?

Not drinking enough water can increase your risk of high cholesterol, diabetes and kidney disease.

Those are only 3 of the 12 most common symptoms of chronic dehydration.

And dehydration can raise blood sugar!

A good rule of thumb, is drink eight 8-oz. glasses of water or other non-sweetened (especially artificially sweetened) beverages per day.

Could it be that the dramatic increase in heart disease, diabetes and kidney disease (80% of organ transplants are for kidneys) is due to a modern reduction in the amount of water we drink?

Re-hydrating the body is one of the ways the Master Cleanse achieves its great results.


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Nancy October 5, 2015 at 4:40 am

Love it. A simple way to maintain health — give the body one of the most BASIC things it needs (after oxygen!) — WATER.

Immediately after reading your article, I drank a glass of water.

Easy peasy! :>)


Sheila Bethel October 6, 2015 at 11:26 pm

Thanks for the information as I was told by a new doctor that I should take some medication
for high cholesterol, because I told him I had 6 small strokes while in college last year. To me this was from a very mean professor never content with my papers that just made it as difficult.
I am going on the master cleanse in a week and will see how things go afterwards, or do
people with cholesterol do the master cleanse?


Peter Glickman November 2, 2015 at 12:17 am

The Master Cleanse lowers cholesterol temporarily in many cases, possibly all, but certainly many. Niacin (B3) is said to be good for lowering cholesterol. The other thing is to check your glucose as there is a connection between diabetes, high cholesterol and high blood pressure. The Master Cleanse also temporarily lowers blood sugar.


Veronica September 19, 2016 at 12:41 pm

Can the master cleanse be done by people with acid reflux? Or hormone imabalance???


Peter Glickman November 7, 2016 at 1:12 am

yes. A person I knew with bad acid reflux had to take an over the counter medicine the first couple days, but after that she was fine and the acid reflux went away..


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