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00:00 – I have reverse osmosis filtration, what can I do to return some of the minerals back to the water?
01:48 – I need to temporarily take a painkiller. What do you suggest?
02:40 – so too much water can be deadly?
03:00 – why you want to avoid a chlorinator/adding chlorine to your water
04:02 – are there more benefits to hydrating with alkaline water?
05:10 – should you drink water with a meal? Does water interfere with digestion?
06:29 – what test can I find to test my water? How is a whole house water more effective?
07:30 – is there any pitcher filter that you can recommend?
08:10 – when eating a high protein diet, is more water more beneficial?
08:40 – can dehydration cause incontinence?
09:55 – I have been on magnesium for a while for bowel movements. Now that I am regular, should I begin to wean myself off fo it?
11:00 – does over hydration overwork the kidneys?
11:15 – what about distilled water?
11:45 – are fruits and vegetables enough for hydration?
12:20 – what’s the best water temperature to consume?
12:50 – is fasting for a week okay?
13:29 – is it ok to drink parsley water for an extended period of time?
13:55 – what water system is the best?
15:17 – can over hydration cause loss of water soluble vitamins and minerals?
17:30 – is Celtic sea salt good to add to water?
18:22 – if someone who has recently had surgery is on diuretics, would they need to be on them for the rest of their life?
19:16 – could drinking too much coffee, tea, etc be causing sinus issues?
20:25 – where does a water softener fit?
21:40 – so how much water do we actually need to drink?
22:40 – how do you know if you over hydrate?
23:00 – I have an overactive bladder, how can I drink enough water?
23:30 – structured water
26:10 – hydrogen water
27:35 – what about stainless steel thermoses and pans made in other countries?
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