Water is the dimensional space within which all biology is possible. Our body is a sack of water, capable of erecting molecular structures that make up our trillions of cells. Moreover, all enzymatic tasks are accomplished within water. The earliest lifeforms developed in the oceans, where ample water was available for entire species to develop. Once organisms began leaving the ocean to live on the dry terrestrial land, water was not readily available in sufficient concentrations in order to buffer the effects of environmental stressors.
Our ability to walk, to digest and to think straight is greatly affected by water shortages in the body. Basic physiological processes are impaired when dehydration occurs. The desire to quench our thirst becomes far more important than primal urges, such as procreation, eating and creating. When our body is experiencing dehydration, many processes that enable us to enjoy life are impaired - basically because all processes within the body happen within water, and some with the utilization of water. A decrease in water volume in our body is the impetus for the reduction in performance.
In this course you will learn about the many different processes within the body that are affected by water shortages. You will also learn about the water composition and needs, as well as certain minerals that are important for cell survival.
Our body is the instrument by which we are able to interact with our environment and transcend its limitations. When the body is dehydrated, it becomes obsessively concerned with preventing additional water loss - the low and decreasing volume of water stresses the organism. Such stress can impact cognitive abilities, and keep the mind fixed on its bodily needs. Due to that, our ability to relax and access higher states of consciousness is challenged. Our bodily needs need to be satisfied in order to free the mind.
Learning about our aqueous physiology is one of the first steps in understanding the Nutrition needs of our body. When water is scarce, food and medicine is of no use. When water is abundant, food and medicine become effective.
Enroll in this course to learn about the many aspects of our physiology as it pertains to water.
Your evolution is my priority!
Your Course instructor,
Joel D. Jacobson
Universal Mastery Instructor and Nutrition Investigator
Joel Jacobson was born and raised in the hills of the upper Galilee in northern Israel, but he currently resides in Bloomington, Indiana. Joel received training as a course instructor while in his military service and has extensive experience in course formatting and delivery. The material Joel teaches guides a person to discover the interconnectivity of karmic law within the field of Nutrition, and successful application of tools he provides allows an increase in performance in all aspects of life.
Joel has spent the last 6 years Self Mastering Nutrition and is the author of Nutrisdom.net, which uncovers knowledge that is useful for self-healing and for improving one's life-condition. The courses he creates are designed to nurture a person's intellect by steadily building a foundation of knowledge. "Education is the culmination of Knowledge". Personal health and optimal performance rest upon one's choices. However, one's choices are determined by their education. Joel found that he is responsible for his own education, which led him to extensively experiment on himself in order to determine the validity of accepted dietary beliefs. His courses and articles reflect the measure of scientific inquiry he had pursued to debunk unfounded dietary beliefs and correct the way in which he does everything.
As a result, Joel has a deep understanding of physiological processes, which enables him to determine what went wrong, and along with dietary wisdom he can facilitate a swift and complete recovery. In an effort to make Joel's discoveries and methods available for public access, Joel designed and produced courses which make the learning experience easier. In purchasing Joel's courses, you support yourself and Joe's continuous effort to produce further content. Thank you!