Thursday, June 7, 2018

Optimum Hydration as a Key to Evolution

Optimum Hydration as a Key to Evolution
~ Gwilda Wiyaka ~
Spiritual evolution is much like dying, except you get to take your body along.
When we physically die, our spirit leaves the body and climbs the frequency ladder, transitioning from the frequency of physicality to that of spirit.

Along the way, we often revisit traumatic points in our life that compromised our frequency. The steps following that process necessitate collecting ourselves from the past, letting go, detoxifying, and moving on. When evolving while still incarnate, not only our spirit, but our entire mental, emotional and physical bodies have to go through the collection and detoxification process. This is very challenging.

How can we support our physical body during the changes required to accommodate the higher frequency demanded by the evolutionary process?
Roughly 60% of our bodies are made of water. In this episode, we will examine the importance of hydration and how it can support the evolutionary process.

With us to explore the underestimated importance of water is Dr. Dana Cohen, author of “Quench: Beat Fatigue, Drop Weight, and Heal Your Body Through the New Science of Optimum Hydration.” Dana is a nationally renowned internal and integrative medicine specialist, whose multi-disciplinary approach has helped treat thousands of patients by using a variety of conventional and complementary therapies. In practice for nearly two decades, Cohen trained under the late Dr. Robert Atkins, and Dr. Ronald L. Hoffman, founder of the Hoffman Center in New York City. Cohen was certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine, and was appointed to the Board of Directors of the American College for the Advancement of Medicine, where she currently serves as advisor to the Board of Directors and advisor to the education committee. 
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