Prof. Dr. Ingo Froböse

Univ.-Prof. Dr. Ingo Froböse
Born in 1957 in Unna, Germany. Obtained a Sports Studies Diploma at the German Sports University in Cologne, a PhD in 1986 and a Habilitation in 1993. University Professor since 1995

That minerals in water have any benefit for human consumption is not proven. On the contrary, Prof. Dr. Ingo Froböse (Sport University Cologne) stated that water should be as pure as possible in order to fulfill its tasks of transporting and releasing. "The benefits of minerals is a marketing gimmick industry".

The effect of unpolluted water ...

When blood values are good, well-being increases! The Centre for Health (ZfG) conducted a study to shed light on whether drinking specially filtered water - spring water in its purest form - affects health parameters. It was found that the blood values remained in the normal range during the study period of three months. The general condition of subjects rose during the same study period.

Water is vital for humans. All metabolic reactions in the body take place in an aqueous medium, so as little as a 2-3% reduction in body weight through water loss can lead to degraded performance on a mental and physical level. When the transport of nutrients throughout the body is disturbed or interrupted, the relay of information and vital substances is delayed or they are prevented entirely from reaching their final destination.

To avoid the negative consequences of water shortage in the body, there logically needs to be an adequate water intake. The minimum daily intake of 2000-2500ml water (with low physical activity), is made up of 600-800ml of semi-solid and solid foods, 300ml of water oxidation, and 1000-1500ml of fluid intake. Hence the great importance of supplementary liquid is clear. Not only the amount but the type of daily fluid intake is essential for optimal health and care of the body. The most vital drink is water. In addition to bottled water, which is expensive and difficult for many to carry, tap water is a good way to regulate a water content in the body to a healthy level. However, with tap water there are siginificant differences in quality, which can affect health quite dramatically. A special type of filtering and processing takes place in the Water Stations pure, clean drinking water (free of drug residues, heavy metals, pesticides, etc.)

The aim of this study is to shed light on the effect of purified water on selected health parameters. In order to clarify both objective and subjective bloodwork, Condition and Welfare estimates are recognized.

Performance Tuning?

Does water with additives increase performance?

Mineral water?

Water transport and no food!

Werner Boote

Werner Boote travels around the world, observing and interviewing people about their lives surrounded by plastic: from families in their family homes in Austria and the USA to those in simple huts in Kolkata . He conducts interviews with spokesmen for the plastics industry and with scientists about the health risks of additives - speak - especially plasticizers.

Plastic Planet – Unbelievable Information !

Peter Ferreira

Recommended Reading: Water & Salt, The Essence of Life (Authors: Dr. Barbara Hende and Peter Ferreira.)

This exciting book explores the myths surrounding two of the most important substances on the earth and "can act as a catalyst for a new, healthier and independent life". It makes essential reading for all Complimentary and Altemative Practitioners, or anyone interested in expanding their consciousness and raising awareness of the healing powers of water and salt. Complete with fascinating and easy to understand explanations on health and disease, why not to suppress symptoms with drugs but instead to replenish the body with what is lacking. This book gives relevant and up-to-date details of different methods for purifying your tap water, and explains how drinking water can delay the signs of aging.

Here is the video for the lecture series by Peter Ferreira.

Wasser & Salz - Teil 1

Wasser & Salz - Teil 2

The Money Source – The Billion Dollar Business with Water

Our drinking water – some facts

A compilation of various critical media reports about our drinking water