Did you know that Researchers estimate that half of the world’s population is chronically dehydrated? And in America that level rises to 75 percent of the population? These are very eye-opening statistics when we consider that so many people are sipping on sodas, tea and coffee almost all day long. Even though most people know perfectly well that water is the way to go, most fall short of the 10 daily cups prescribed by the Institute of Medicine. In medical terms, this means that most people in the USA function in a chronic state of dehydration. Without the adequate hydration that pure and clean water provides, your body’s biochemical and electrical processes can quickly begin to break down. This is why we need to talk about the benefits of MegaHydrate.
Even with all the beverages available to most people, I still see dehydration at an alarming rate. Dehydration impairs your ability to think, drive, and perform crucial tasks. With age, many confuse thirst with hunger causing overeating and thus more dehydration.
MegaHydrate – Are You Dehydrated?
Dehydration is one of the most frequent causes of hospitalization for people over 65. Those that are highest risk of dehydration are: outside workers exposed to high heat; seniors, people with chronic illness; athletes; infants and young children and people who live in high altitudes.
Why do people lack hydration? This may be due to several things such as a poor thirst mechanism as we age, dissatisfaction with the taste of water, the over consumption of caffeine and alcohol, climate controlled environments (both heated and air conditioned), and even excessive exercise. With water loss at 2% of body weight, individuals can experience impaired physiological and mental performance. Drinks that worsen dehydration include soda, very sweet drinks and caffeinated drinks.
Know the Signs of Dehydration
The signs and symptoms of dehydration range from minor to severe.
- Increased thirst
- Dry sticky mouth and swollen tongue
- Palpitations (feeling that the heart is jumping or pounding)
- Confusion – especially in the elderly
- Sluggishness, even fainting
- Sleepiness or tiredness — children are likely to be less active than usual
- Few or no tears when crying
- Inability to sweat
- Decreased urine output: Urine color may indicate dehydration. If urine is concentrated and deeply yellow or amber, you may be dehydrated.
MegaHydrate – Contributor to Hydration
MegaHydrate is a food grade dietary supplement that is rich in antioxidants. MegaHydrate is safe, and has been tested and shown to have no known side effects. Many individuals that use MegaHydrate experience significant increases in hydration at the cellular level as confirmed by laboratory testing. MegaHydrate delivers billions of negatively-charged Hydrogen ions to the cells of the body by simply taking it with water.
MegaHydrate contains the active ingredient Silica Hydride, a compound known to positively affect the “zeta potential” of blood cells. Zeta potential (x) is the electric potential, or charge, that exists in a hydrated particle and the surrounding solution. Zeta potential is an important and useful indicator that this charge can be used to predict and control the stability of colloidal suspensions. The greater the zeta potential, the more likely the suspension will be stable because the charged particles repel one another and thus overcome the natural tendency to aggregate. Zeta potential is an electrical charge that describes how far apart cells are. Greater zeta potential indicates more space between cells. Increased zeta potential has many positive health benefits. More zeta potential means more surface area for cells. Toxins, viral matter, fungi, and bacteria trapped between cells can be expunged more readily. More importantly, water enters cells more easily. Water is arguably the most vital component of anti-aging, life extension, and the removal of free radicals and waste.
The following test has been performed and replicated by several groups of scientists with the same results. It provides yet more data indicating that MegaHydrate is a contributor to good health.
PHOTO 1 shows a microscopic view of a blood sample from a subject with low zeta potential. The blood cells are clustered together and trap waste elements between them. Note the clustering effect may be a result of dehydration from caffeine, alcohol, heat, and stress: all commonly found in people today.
The test subject was given 500 mg (or two 250 mg capsules) of Silica Hydride – the active ingredient in MegaHydrate – mixed with 8 oz of water.
Twenty minutes later, another blood sample taken from the test subject was viewed under a microscope (as seen in PHOTO 2). The evenly-dispersed blood cells indicates high zeta potential. The blood cells appear pristine, as if the substances trapped between the cells have been cleansed. The surface area of the cells has increased allowing exponentially more nutrients into the cells and more toxins to be removed. MegaHydrate’s Silica Hydride is the only known supplement to dramatically increase zeta potential.
MegaHydrate – Powerful Antioxidant
What are anti-oxidants? Antioxidants are key contributor to healthy and longevity. In his book, The Super Anti-Oxidants, James Balch, M.D., writes “The antioxidant network: Keeps your body youthful; Bolsters your natural defenses against cancer; Prevents and even reverses heart disease; Sharpens your mental edge… Long term use of antioxidants is recommended.” This is not a “quick fix” but part of a lifestyle change: a commitment with a perseverant attitude toward safeguarding and enhancing your” system.” James Balch, M.D., is co-author of more than four books and has sold over three million copies of the popular “Prescription for Nutritional Healing.”
Scientific evidence proves that MegaHydrate is hundreds of times more powerful as an antioxidant than either Green Tea Extract or Grape Seed Extract and the more recognized plant-based antioxidant sources such as Vitamin E and Vitamin C. More importantly, because MegaHydrate is so pure, you get far more Hydrogen ions from a daily supplement of MegaHydrate than from eating pounds of raw fruits and vegetables.
Comparing the effectiveness of the Silica Hydride in MegaHydrate on free radicals versus other natural, and even synthetic, antioxidant compounds clearly shows that Silica Hydride is 800% more effective than other known products or foods.
One daily dose of MegaHydrate has more antioxidant power than hundreds of glasses of fresh vegetable and fruit juices, broccoli, brussel sprouts, leafy greens, and other foods rich in antioxidants to prevent free radical damage.
MegaHydrate provides natural pain relief from headaches, sore muscles, and inflammation of the joints. Studies show that MegaHydrate increases energy production (adenosine triphosphate or ATP) by up to 4 times. People with fibromyalgia and other conditions associated with energy production and hydration usually find substantial pain relief.
MegaHydrate – Anti-Aging
Humans must have Hydrogen to survive. It is the key to long life and anti-aging. However, due to mass food production, mineral deficient soil, pesticides, chemical fertilizers, over-processing of foods, chemical preservatives, and drinking over-chlorinated and over-fluoridated water, people do not get enough Hydrogen ions daily. Body cells become damaged, hydration levels decrease and cells age. In summary, MegaHydrate challenges the symptoms of dehydration and minimizes the process of aging. Many people also report increases in energy.
MegaHydrate also is the key that unlocks the potential of water as the medium for nutrient replenishment and waste removal at the cellular level.
I have many people who ask me about what anti-aging strategies they can use and MegaHydrate is one of the first products that I recommend. When one is sufficiently hydrated the skin looks younger, wrinkles are not as pronounced and one has boundless energy – all of these are very noticeable anti-aging properties from just the simple task of keeping your body hydrated!
More MegaHydrate Information & Research
1. Journal of Medicinal Food – Volume 5, Issue Number 1, 2002. Antioxidant Capability and Efficacy of Mega-H-™ Silica Hydride, an Antioxidant Dietary Supplement, by In Vitro Cellular Analysis Using Photosensitization and Fluorescence Detection. (click to download)
2. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy – Volume 28, Issue 11, 2003. Synthesis of a Novel Anionic Hydride Organosiloxane Presenting Biochemical Properties. (click to download)
3. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy – Volume 29, Issue 5, 2004. Non-Toxic Hydride Energy Source for Biochemical and Industrial Venues: ORP and NAD+ reduction analyses. (click to download)
4. Journal of Medicinal Food- Volume 6, Issue Number 3, 2003. Evaluation of Hydroxyl Radical-Scavenging Abilities of Silica Hydride, an Antioxidant Compound, by a Fe+2-EDTA Induced 2-Hydroxyterephthalate Fluorometric Analysis. (click to download)
5. Free Radical Biology and Medicine – Volume 35, Issue 9, 2003. Antioxidant Capacity of Silica Hydride: a Combinatorial Photosensitization and Fluorescence Detection Assay. (click to download)
6. Journal of Medicinal Food- Volume 7, Issue Number 1, 2004. Differential Metabolic Effects on Mitochondria by Silica Hydride Using Capillary Electrophoresis. (click to download)
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