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Lifestyle pulls the trigger

Is it our genes that decides how well we are?

No it is the lifestyle that pulls the trigger. The genes loads the gun but it is our lifestyle that will pull the trigger for different symptoms.


The most important for life are:

  1. Oxygen, we can be without oxygen for 3 minutes

  2. Water, we can be without water for 3 weeks

  3. Sodium - Celtic salt, Himalaya salt.

  4. Potassium - Fruit (ex. green bananas) and vegetables

We use approximately 2.5 liters of water every day. The first place we feel if we haven't drunk enough water is in our stomach. The wall of the stomach becomes thin if there is not enough water in the body.


Another thing that effect our well being is table salt. Ordinary white (refined) table salt, like other refined foods, lacks its original constituents. Remember that a lot of already made food conatins table salt. In Sweden E536 is allowed. And "they" are smart, since a lot of people watch out for products with E numbers in the ingredients they instead write klumpförebyggande = clump prevention.


With to much sodium in the body, the cell swells, which creates high blood pressure.


Instead use celtic salt which contains 89 minerals. It is a sea salt and has three magnesium in it. Celtic salt is "water hungry" and helps water into the cell. The opposite to what table salt does.

So what to do?

Take a grain of celtic salt, the size of a sesame seed, and place on your tongue.Then drink half a glass of water. Do this with every glass of water you drink during the day, before you eat, not during. You should drink about 2.5 liters of water/day. This is the fastest way to hydrate the body. Just like when you water a flower, drink little at a time.


You can also use Himalayan salt which contains 75 minerals.


For your wellbeing, do not use table salt.


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