Springs of Life is an energizing, life supporting liquid concentrate, that rapidly and effectively penetrates through to the cell walls, dispersing its nutrients directly into the cell’s interior. It is a combination of biologically active enzymes, minerals and trace elements that naturally energizes and transforms water, returning it to the pristine quality that indigenous people drank hundreds of years ago. Consumed on an empty stomach, it provides fast acting absorption while preserving and potentiating the delicate, biological components of any supplement you take with it. Springs of Life utilizes “structured water” principles, that serve as a catalyst which helps to accelerate the healing process, assimilate nutrients more efficiently, increase enzyme activity, and strengthen the immune system. In essence, the naturally occurring compounds in Springs of Life, replicate the activity of a young, healthy cell, sounding a wake-up call throughout your entire body, resulting in vitalizing, youthful energy.
From the Depths of the Earth Flows the Springs of Life (Not Available)
- Springs of Life™ Enhances Cellular Hydration
- Encourages Healthy Weight Management
- Prevents Premature Aging
- Energizes Cells
- Improves Physical Performance
- Promotes Greater Mental Clarity
- Helps Maintain Integrity of DNA Molecule
- Springs of Life™ Assists Removal of Toxins and Acidic Wastes
- Produces an Alkaline Bio-terrain in Cells and Tissue
- Increases Cell to Cell Communication
- Empowers the Body to Regenerate and Heal
- Enhances Nutrient Transport and Absorption
The Importance of Water
The human body is approximately 70-80% water by weight, with 99.5% of all molecules containing water. Research has revealed that our brain is 74% water, our bloodstream 83%, kidneys are 82%, muscles 75%, and even bones are comprised of 22% water. Water is the delivery system that carries nutrients to the cells, maintains energy production, and removes toxic wastes from the body. Water is the most basic and important biological factor sustaining living organisms. Life as we know it originated in water and cannot exist without it. Biological processes including circulation, digestion, absorption and excretion depend on water to function properly. Water is the foundation of the blood, lymphatic system, healthy skin and muscles, while it also regulates body temperature and lubricates the joints and internal organs. Drinking quantities of water can greatly ease the pain of degenerative diseases. As you mature it is vital to pay attention to water consumption. By the age of 65, there is a 10-15% loss in cellular water capacity. Water acts as chemical messengers carrying vital elements such as oxygen, hormones and minerals to all parts of the body. Many health problems can be significantly alleviated by increasing water intake.
Dehydration is often the root cause of many illnesses and can actually produce pain in the body, resulting in symptoms that are misleading, mimicking particular disorders that can be quickly and easily remedied by the most basic of life giving substances – water. To quote Dr. F. Batmanghelidj, M.D. in his book, “Your Body’s Many Cries For Water”: “You’re not sick- you’re thirsty!”
The Vital Role of Minerals and Trace Elements
It is impossible to underestimate the importance of minerals and trace minerals for the human body, as they are truly “necessary for life”. They are the catalysts for all other nutrients that your body uses in maintaining vibrant health. Minerals and trace minerals help energize and fuel your body’s electrical system, and support the natural balance in every tissue, fluid, cell and organ in a healthy body. A deficiency of these elements may result in a variety of toxicities and degenerative illnesses. Research has shown that they play a significant role in the prevention of disease and in reducing the impact of environmental pollutants on the human body. Trace elements do not exist by themselves, but function in a symbiotic relationship to one another. Too much of one can lead to imbalances in others. Simply stated, trace minerals must remain in relative balance throughout the body to fulfill their contribution within the complete spectrum of health. Rachael Carson well known author and environmentalist is quoted as saying: “Each of us carries in our veins a salty stream, in which the elements are combined in almost the same proportions as sea water. Our lime-hardened skeletons are our heritage from the calcium rich ocean of Cambrian time. Even the protoplasm within each cell of our bodies, has the chemical structure of the first simple creatures brought forth from the ancient sea.” Springs of Life™ supports the integrity of these principles by maintaining its natural ingredients in their delicate, inherent state. The unique balance of enzymes, minerals and trace elements in Springs of Life:
- Serves as catalysts and activators for other nutrients
- Supports hydrochloric acid to assist in digestion and assimilation
- Acts as building blocks for enzymes, hormones and other natural body chemicals
- Supports natural balance in every tissue, fluid, cell & organ
- Balances acid/alkaline pH
- Performs as ionized conductors of the body’s electrical system
- Provides electrolytes that form ionic particles carrying an electrical charge into the cellular membranes
“Whatever the nutrient content of a food, it’s contribution is non-existent if it is not absorbed and transported through the mucosal intestinal lining, enter the circulatory system, and make its way to the aqueous microenvironment of the cells. There it serves its ultimate purpose, by participating in the metabolic activities on which the life of the total organism depends.”* *A Quote from: Ruth L. Pike and Myrtle L. Brown; Nutrition: An Integrated Approach
Dehydration Can Produce the Following Symptoms in the Body:
HEARTBURN: A signal of water shortage in the upper part of the gastrointestinal tract, that if treated with standard antacid medications, can in time produce a hiatal hernia, ulcers, inflammation of the stomach and duodenum, all of which could eventually lead to cancers of the gastrointestinal tract.
ANGINA: A powerful warning of water shortage in the heart/lung axis which can be quickly relieved with increased water intake until the pain subsides.
COLITIS: A signal of water shortage in the gut associated with constipation caused by impacted fecal matter, that can lead to diverticulitis, hemorrhoids, polyps and increased risk of colon and rectum cancer. Rehydration acts as a lubricant in the body, easing the constriction of water from excrements by the large intestines.
ASTHMA: Affecting 14 million children every year, is a complication of drought management caused from the obstruction by the air passages of water vapor leaving the body. Increased water intake with small amounts of salt, helps to break up the mucus plugging the lungs.
HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE: A state of adaptation by the body to generalized drought, when there is not enough water to fill all the blood vessels that diffuse water into the vital cells. Not recognizing high blood pressure as one of the major indicators of dehydration, and instead treating with diuretics that can further dehydrate the body, may result in cholesterol blocking the arteries that feed into the heart and brain.
CHOLESTEROL: An early indicator of dehydration, cholesterol is a clay-like material that fills in the gaps of cell membranes to safeguard them against losing their life-sustaining water content. When not properly hydrated, there can be a taxation of other vital cells that would normally exchange water through their cell membranes, resulting in high cholesterol.
DIABETES: Another adaptive state of severe dehydration, preventing the release of insulin from pushing water into all the cells of the body. In diabetes, only some of the cells get survival rations of water, so it is vitally necessary to have adequate water circulation to replenish the brain.
Springs of Life™ References:
- Batmanghelidj, F.,M.D.; Your Body’s Many Cries For Water
- Pike, Ruth and Brown, Myrtle; Nutrition: And Integrated Approach
- Carson, Rachael; Silent Spring
- Heinerman, John, PhD; Mineral Nutrition of Coastal Cultures in Pre-Historic Times
- Rennert, O.M.; Metabolism of Trace Minerals in Man
- Anderson, Farley, B.S.; Body Mineral Balancing
- Schauss, Alexander, PhD; Minerals in Human Health
- Rosenberg, I.H. and Solomons, N.W.; Absorption and Malnutrition of Mineral Nutrients