In Japan, drinking water on an empty stomach is a wide-spread habit, and this routine is extraordinarily important for the body.
Many studies have proved that drinking water on an empty stomach has numerous benefits.
Our body needs water to function in an optimal way. Unfortunately, though, nowadays we often forget about the beneficial effects of the liquid of life, and replace it with unhealthy drinks.
What are the effects of the liquid of life on the body?
The Japanese diet has a healing effect in case of many diseases such as cephalalgia, pain in any part of the body, cardio-vascular imbalance, tachycardia, epilepsy, hyperglycemia, bronchitis, asthma, tuberculosis, meningitis, kidney and urinary tract diseases, gastritis, diarrhea, hemorrhoids, diabetes, constipation, problems with the eyesight, diseases of the urethra, menstrual cramps, ear, nose and throat problems.
The treatment method – the Japanese water-on-an-empty stomach diet
When you get up in the morning, drink 640 ml water before brushing your teeth.
Brush your teeth and don’t eat or drink anything for the next 45 minutes.
After 45 minutes, you may have breakfast.
Don’t eat or drink anything for 2 hours after breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Aged or ill persons who can’t drink 4 glasses of water on an empty stomach may start with an amount their bodies are ready to accept until they reach the recommended quantity of 640 de ml of water.
How many days should the treatment last?
– high blood pressure – 30 days
– stomach problems – 10 days
– diabetes – 30 days
– Constipation – 10 days
– Tuberculosis – 90 days
– Cancer – 180 days
Ideally, this habit should become a permanent one; in such a case, the organs of the body will function better. We are made 75% of water, and we need water to function optimally.
Warning: persons who suffer from arthritis should apply this method for the first three days of the week, and then have a break until the beginning of the next week. The second week the cure should last a whole week. This treatment doesn’t have any adverse effect other than an increased need to urinate.