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Frequent bathing is very beneficial, especially at night before retiring or upon arising in the morning. “The bath soothes the nerves. It promotes general perspiration, quickens the circulation, overcomes obstruction in the system, and acts beneficially on the kidneys and the urinary organs. Bathing helps the bowels, stomach, and liver, giving energy and new life to each. It also promotes digestion and instead of the system being weakened, it is strengthened…and a more easy and regular flow of the blood through all the blood vessels is obtained.”—Ellen G. White, Counsels on Health, p. 104.

Use of Water

Pure water to drink and fresh air to breathe invigorate the vital organs, purifies the blood, and helps nature in her task of overcoming the bad conditions of the system.” EGW. Many health problems would be eliminated, including bowel and bladder problems, anxiety attacks, and food tolerance reactions, burning in the stomach, headaches, colitis pain, hot flashes and many other problems IF enough water were drunk.

In health and in sickness, pure water is one of Heaven’s choicest blessings. Its proper use promotes health. It is the beverage which God provided to quench the thirst of animals and man. Drunk freely, it helps to supply the necessities of the system, and assists nature to resist disease.- The Ministry of Healing, 237, 1905

“And a river went out of Eden and watered the garden.” Genesis 2:10

The body requires water constantly. Most of this water is recycled within the body itself. However, it must have a replacement of eight glasses of water per day. Cleansing of waste material is a daily task for the body, not only from its own wastes, but from the constant bombardment of germs and viruses, and in today’s society, from chemicals and drugs. If the body is not thoroughly cleansed, it is forced to break down. “Water is the best liquid possible to cleanse the tissues…. Drink some, a little time before or after a meal.”—Ellen G. White, Healthful Living, p. 226

Healthy Tips

Drink water at room temperature.

Drink 16 – 32 oz of warm water upon awaking to cleanse your system. Add 2 tablespoons or 1/2 of lemon to 1 8oz glass. Always use a straw when drinking lemon to protect the enamel of your teeth.

Avoid soda and carbonated drinks.

Avoid intoxicating drinks such as wine, alcohol, beer.

Avoid eating ice or drinking hot or cold beverages.

Avoid drinking with your meal.

Drink water at least 15 to 30 minutes before a meal and 2 hours after a meal.

Drink only water in-between meals.

Drink water until your urine is pale yellow.