My whole body is soooo dry!
And this, dearest, is what we want to speak with you about this day:
Water – or the elixir of life and death.
Too many proponents of ‘water drinking’ are killing many. Yes dearest, water, the elixir of life and death, is purported to be that which the masses need for optimum health. We, dearest, would like to set the record straight:
Yes; water is needed for the body to remain hydrated; this is true. However, dearest, too much water can kill.
Our dearest is surprised by our words. However, dearest, this is true. Too many reach for the water bottle constantly. Some drink coloured water; water mixed with juice, or water infiltrated with sugar. Not only do many drink too much water; some sweeten the water into a toxic solution of death.
We speak openly, dearest; too many believe the erroneous articles propagated by others.
Our dearest asks: “How much water is necessary for health?”
This has a simple answer, dearest: The amount of water needed to satisfy one’s thirst; and no more.
Are my two cups of decaf in the evenings too much water?
You need to wake in the early morn to evacuate your bladder, dearest. Yes?
Yes, this is correct.
Would this not be a telling sign of too much water, dearest?
Yes it would. Sometimes, though, I am thirsty late in the evening and reach for water or a decaf.
Is it possible to change this habit, dearest?
It would be possible to drink more during the daytime; then I probably wouldn’t be thirsty before retiring.
Indeed, dearest; the time of day to drink is during the daylight hours. Yes?
Yes, that makes sense. I will endeavour to drink when thirsty throughout the day and not automatically have a decaf (or two) after the evening meal.
A change of ‘pattern’ is required, dearest. Yes?
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