Hydration dehydration cycles

Hydration dehydration cycles

Hydration dehydration cycles

We should drink fluids based on our food intake and activity level. On average drink 70 ml water with each chapati (or equivalent rice) that one eats. So a person eating 2 chapatis should drink only 150 ml. Food intake should be 3 to 4 Rotis or equivalent in each meal for an average person. Take small sips of water after every few bites.

Day 1

  • Day 1 – Drink 1 glass of water (200 ml) with each meal. Total water intake 600 ml.

Day 2

  • Day 2 – Drink 1 glass of water (200 ml) with each meal. Total water intake 600 ml.

Day 3

  • Day 3 – Drink 200 ml water 90 minutes before each meal. Drink 1 more glass of water (200 ml) 45 minutes before each meal. Drink 1 more glass of water with each meal. Total water intake 1800 ml.

Day 4

  • Day 4 – Drink 200 ml water 90 minutes before each meal. Drink 1 more glass of water (200 ml) 45 minutes before each meal. Drink 1 more glass of water with each meal. Total water intake 1800 ml.

Day 5

  • Day 5 – Drink 200 ml water 60 minutes before each meal. Drink 1 glass of water (200 ml) with each meal. Total water intake 1200 ml.

Day 6

  • Day 6 – Drink 1 glass of water (200 ml) with each meal. Total water intake 600 ml.

Day 7

  • Day 7 – Drink 200 ml water every hour from 7 am to 7 pm. Total 2600 ml max.

Day 8

  • Day 1 – Drink 1 glass of water (200 ml) with each meal. Total water intake 600 ml.

Day 9

  • Day 2 – Drink 1 glass of water (200 ml) with each meal. Total water intake 600 ml.

Day 10

  • Day 3 – Drink 200 ml water 90 minutes before each meal. Drink 1 more glass of water (200 ml) 45 minutes before each meal. Drink 1 more glass of water with each meal. Total water intake 1800 ml.

Day 11

  • Day 4 – Drink 200 ml water 90 minutes before each meal. Drink 1 more glass of water (200 ml) 45 minutes before each meal. Drink 1 more glass of water with each meal. Total water intake 1800 ml.

Day 12

  • Day 5 – Drink 200 ml water 60 minutes before each meal. Drink 1 glass of water (200 ml) with each meal. Total water intake 1200 ml.

Day 13

  • Day 6 – Drink 1 glass of water (200 ml) with each meal. Total water intake 600 ml.

Day 14

  • Day 7 – Drink 200 ml water every hour from 7 am to 7 pm. Total 2600 ml max.

Day 15

  • Day 15 – Drink no water.

Day 16

  • Day 16 – Drink 1 glass of water (200 ml) with each meal. Total water intake 600 ml.

Day 17

  • Day 17 – Drink 1 glass of water (200 ml) with each meal. Total water intake 600 ml.

Day 18

  • Day 18 – Drink 200 ml water 90 minutes before each meal. Drink 1 more glass of water (200 ml) 45 minutes before each meal. Drink 1 more glass of water with each meal. Total water intake 1800 ml.

Day 19

  • Day 19 – Drink 200 ml water 90 minutes before each meal. Drink 1 more glass of water (200 ml) 45 minutes before each meal. Drink 1 more glass of water with each meal. Total water intake 1800 ml.

Day 20

  • Day 20 – Drink 200 ml water 60 minutes before each meal. Drink 1 glass of water (200 ml) with each meal. Total water intake 1200 ml.

Day 21

  • Day 21 – Drink 1 glass of water (200 ml) with each meal. Total water intake 600 ml.

Day 22

  • Day 22 – Drink 200 ml water every hour from 7 am to 7 pm. Total 2600 ml max.

Day 23

  • Day 23 – Drink 1 glass of water (200 ml) with each meal. Total water intake 600 ml.

Day 24

  • Day 24 – Drink 1 glass of water (200 ml) with each meal. Total water intake 600 ml.

Day 25

  • Day 25 – Drink 200 ml water 90 minutes before each meal. Drink 1 more glass of water (200 ml) 45 minutes before each meal. Drink 1 more glass of water with each meal. Total water intake 1800 ml.

Day 26

  • Day 26 – Drink 200 ml water 90 minutes before each meal. Drink 1 more glass of water (200 ml) 45 minutes before each meal. Drink 1 more glass of water with each meal. Total water intake 1800 ml.

Day 27

  • Day 27 – Drink 200 ml water 60 minutes before each meal. Drink 1 glass of water (200 ml) with each meal. Total water intake 1200 ml.

Day 28

  • Day 28 – Drink 1 glass of water (200 ml) with each meal. Total water intake 600 ml.

Day 29

  • Day 7 – Drink 200 ml water every hour from 7 am to 7 pm. Total 2600 ml max.

Day 30

  • Day 15 – Drink no water.

Day 31

  • Day 31 – Drink 200 ml water 90 minutes before each meal. Drink 1 more glass of water (200 ml) 45 minutes before each meal. Drink 1 more glass of water with each meal. Total water intake 1800 ml.

In these 31 days all diseases can be cured. Even incurable diseases are cured in these 31 days.

Fluid overload is one of the basic reasons of low resting metabolic rate.

For explanation of the above read my blog.

These fluid intake suggested herein is for adults and not for kids.

My blog in brief –

Chronic mineral imbalance in blood leads to low metabolic rate resulting in aging and age related diseases like blood sugar, blood pressure and heart disease etc.

To correct mineral imbalance do hydration dehydration cycles and to increase resting metabolic rate do walking and rest routines as detailed on my blog.

Read my blog for more details and / Or watch my you tube videos at – rajinder bhalla

To increase Resting Metabolic Rate (RMR) do the following

Walk for 5 minutes at easy pace within your home in the morning.

After walking rest for 5–10 minutes in bed.

Repeat the above 3 times in the morning, afternoon, evening and at night before sleeping. So that makes for 12 walk and rest routines or 5×12 = 60 minutes of walk for the entire period. One can do it selectively during week days and on working days only in the morning and at night.

The idea about walking is that it mobilises energy and before the entire mobilised energy is spent we rest. In such a case a part of the mobilised energy becomes available for vital organs. Doing walking and rest routines takes care of aging related diseases as well.

Do not forget to give a break once in a week. Even the above could be too tiring for most of the people. Getting tired or pushing yourself too much will never a solution to any problem.

In brief hydration dehydration cycles is as given here –

Low metabolic rate results in lesser energy for heart and kidneys causing fluid buildup and weight gain. Doing hydration dehydration cycles will eliminate excess fluid buildup in the body.

 

16 Replies to “Hydration dehydration cycles”

  1. What about brain related diseases like Depression, Anxiety etc. ? Have you received any positive feedback for these using the above protocol?

  2. Hi Sir,

    Pls also explain a lit bit further:

    1. For remaining Day 15 to Day 30- what cycle to follow ?
    2. Every month we have to repeat this 14 day cycle?
    3. For how many months or years we have to follow this protocol ?
    4. If we have to follow this protocol for whole life, please tell us the frequency of the cycle ?

    Thanks.

    1. There are changes in the cycle itself. The cycle is to be followed for life as it is not monotonous. These are to be followed loosely. Some deviations are permitted and are perfectly ok.

  3. Hi Rajinder Bhalla Ji,

    Thanks for sharing such amazing insights about human body.
    I too was suffering from acidity. I figured out that my water intake was about 4 liter, much higher than my general requirement which is 2-2.5 liter (5.9 Height and 70 kg weight). I also started taking fluids with food. I generally like to take buttermilk as i enjoy its taste. Its almost month and my acidity has come down a lot.

    Now regarding balancing minerals through hyderation/dehydration cycle, Its make lots of sense and I have thought of blocking 2 days in a month. One day I will try to drink less and another I will try to drink a lot.
    Also I saw this link
    https://www.arthritis.org/living-with-arthritis/treatments/natural/vitamins-minerals/too-many-vitamins-minerals.php
    I have copied the lines
    Certain vitamins — such as B and C — are water-soluble. If you take too much of them, your body simply flushes out the extra. Other vitamins — including A, D, E, and K — are fat-soluble.
    These fat soluble vitamins, how our body will flush them as they are fat soluble. Can fasting (Decreasing food intake) on some days help in this case?

    Harbeer

  4. Hello, sir. I am writing to you because I have problems with digestion. Low acidity in the stomach.
    What foods should I eat? I understood from the article that on day 6, no liquids are consumed. Can you fast this day?

  5. First sorry if I am not well understood because I am translating my question from another language.
    you say that for the cure of all illnesses you should NOT drink water OUTSIDE of meals.
    Why do you recommend the opposite for thick saliva?
    Can you explain why and what happens in our body when we do the following in each case?
     Drink 1 glass of water (200 ml) with each meal. Total water intake 600 ml.
     Drink 200 ml of water 90 minutes before each meal. Drink 1 more glass of water (200 ml) 45 minutes before each meal
     Drink 200 ml of water 60 minutes before each meal. Drink 1 glass of water (200 ml) with each meal. Total water intake 1200 ml.
     Don’t drink water.
     Drink 200 ml of water every hour from 7 a.m. at 7 p.m. Total 2600 ml max

    1. When we drink 600 ml a day. It gets absorbed in small intestines and increases the blood volume. Low blood volume and reduced blood circulation is main cause for diabetes, BP, Heart Diseases and stroke. But the blood volume should be within a tight range. Blood transports nutrients to cells. So even higher blood volume is also not desired.

      1200 water – helps main the blood volume as well as clean the metabolic waste which accumulates in space between cells.

      1800 ml does that work even better.

      Drinking 2600 ml a day – helps take the stomach acids to all cells to do a better clean up in space between cells. This also takes care of any shortage of fluids in the body as well.

      This activates kidneys as well. Body tends to remove excess water from the body. Drinking just right quantity of water may make the kidneys less effective due to non use.

      This is based on experiments for 20 years. However I still keep revising these from time to time. So keep checking for any updates. You can also send a whatsapp message to stay updated.

      Watch this video to give a better idea – https://youtu.be/ea9R2EQbvs4

  6. Interesting theory. I’m trying it. However I’m underweight a little with a high appetite so am eating more than the recommended amount of food. How do you convert the 70ml per chapati for things like meat? I’m on day 2 and doing 200ml per meal, and feeling quite dehydrated.
    Thanks

    1. If you are eating more than average person you can easily go upto 300 ml water with each meal. And sometimes even more than this. So far as you vary the amount of fluid you will be fine. You can try 200 ml on some days and on others 300 and see what gives better results.

  7. Also, if you are having a little more food, so need to drink more water, say 280ml, would you need to have 280ml for each drink on days where you have to drink before meals too, or do you have the 280ml with a meal and then 200ml drinks as the extra drinks? Thanks

    1. This protocol is not that rigid. Some adjustment can be made based on personal experiences and on day to day basis.

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