Your Body's Many Cries for Water

Your Body's Many Cries for Water

Downloadable Video - 2015
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Dr. Fereydoon Batmanghelidj's extensive clinical and scientific research shows how the body naturally generates different thirst signals, but that these can be mistaken for symptoms and signs of illness. Recognizing them for what they are, he says, means that we can enjoy better health and avoid costly mistakes. In his book, The Body's Many Cries for Water, he shares with its readers the results of his vast research on water on the metabolism. He wishes to show how simply the health care systems can become scientifically transformed to a more patient-friendly system, instead of continuing to be an extension of the commercial aims within the health care and pharmaceutical industry.Mitchell interviews Dr. Batmanghelidj on location in Santa Barbara, CA. at a Sacred Water Conference at which he was the keynote speaker. This is the last video interview with the doctor before his untimely passing in the fall of 2004. This is a dose of strong medicine, to learn how much healing can take place simply through overcoming dehydration, a chronic state in our country, and how water itself is a remedy in many cases.
Publisher: [United States] :, Education 2000 Incorporated :, Made available through hoopla,, 2015.
Branch Call Number: eVideo hoopla
Characteristics: 1 online resource (1 video file (ca. 28 min.)) :,sound, color.
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Additional Contributors: Page, Michael (Michael J.)
Alternative Title: hoopla (Digital media service)

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