Hydration Dehydration Cycles

To maintain correct proportions of the nutrients in our body, it is suggested to follow the following Hydration Dehydration Cycles. One should not be drinking the same amount of fluids every day. This is crucial for our health and disease free life.

Monday

8.00 am – 250 ml water with meal. Water should be taken 3 or 4 times during the meal.

2.00 pm – 250 ml water with meal. Water should be taken 3 or 4 times during the meal.

8.00 pm – 250 ml water with meal. Water should be taken 3 or 4 times during the meal.

Tuesday

8.00 am – 250 ml water 1 hour before meal. No water with the meal.

2.00 pm – 250 ml water 1 hour before meal. No water with the meal.

8.00 pm – 250 ml water 1 hour before meal. No water with the meal.

Wednesday

8.00 am – 250 ml water 1 hour before meal. No water with the meal.

2.00 pm – 250 ml water 1 hour before meal. No water with the meal.

8.00 pm – 250 ml water 1 hour before meal. No water with the meal.

Thursday

8.00 am – 250 ml water with meal. Water should be taken 3 or 4 times during the meal.

2.00 pm – 250 ml water with meal. Water should be taken 3 or 4 times during the meal.

8.00 pm – 250 ml water with meal. Water should be taken 3 or 4 times during the meal.

Friday

8.00 am – 250 ml water 1 hour before meal. No water with the meal.

2.00 pm – 250 ml water 1 hour before meal. No water with the meal.

8.00 pm – 250 ml water 1 hour before meal. No water with the meal.

Saturday

8.00 am – 250 ml water 1 hour before meal. No water with the meal.

2.00 pm – 250 ml water 1 hour before meal. No water with the meal.

8.00 pm – 250 ml water 1 hour before meal. No water with the meal.

Sunday

7.00 am – 250 ml water.

8.00 am – 250 ml water with meal. Water should be taken 3 or 4 times during the meal.

9.00 am – 250 ml water.

10.00 am – 250 ml water.

11.00 am – 250 ml water.

12.00 noon – 250 ml water.

1.00 pm – 250 ml water.

2.00 pm – 250 ml water with meal. Water should be taken 3 or 4 times during the meal.

3.00 pm 250 ml water.

4.00 pm – 250 ml water.

5.00 pm – 250 ml water.

6.00 pm – 250 ml water.

7.00 pm – 250 ml water.

8.00 pm – 250 ml water with meal. Water should be taken 3 or 4 times during the meal.

9.00 pm – 250 ml water.

10.00 pm – 250 ml water.

Stop at any time if you feel discomfort by drinking water.

From Monday to Saturday – if at any time you feel excessively dehydrated drink 1 glass of water every hour. This can be done maximum 2 times in these 6 days.

One should not take tea, other caffeine products and milk products. After 15 days milk and milk products can be introduced gradually.

One should not take anything between meals. No fruits or other snacks. When you are starting this program no fruits or salad should be taken for first 2 weeks. Later fruits can be taken once or twice in a week.

The above hydration dehydration cycles have been suggested for chronic diabetic patients. Specially for the people who drink more than 3 liters of water and other liquids for more than 3 months.

Those who drink more than 2 cups of tea and less than 1.5 liters of water per day should drink water suggested for Sunday for first 3 days.

Those who drink water 30 minutes or more after a meal for at least 3 months, should following the following Hydration Dehydration Cycles for at least 2 weeks.

One should do walk and rest routines as well. For details of the walk and rest routines click here.

Monday

8.00 am – 250 ml water with meal. Water should be taken 3 or 4 times during the meal.

2.00 pm – 250 ml water with meal. Water should be taken 3 or 4 times during the meal.

8.00 pm – 250 ml water with meal. Water should be taken 3 or 4 times during the meal.

Tuesday

8.00 am – 250 ml water with meal. Water should be taken 3 or 4 times during the meal.

2.00 pm – 250 ml water with meal. Water should be taken 3 or 4 times during the meal.

8.00 pm – 250 ml water with meal. Water should be taken 3 or 4 times during the meal.

Wednesday

8.00 am – 250 ml water 1 hour before meal. No water with the meal.

2.00 pm – 250 ml water 1 hour before meal. No water with the meal.

8.00 pm – 250 ml water 1 hour before meal. No water with the meal.

Thursday

8.00 am – 250 ml water with meal. Water should be taken 3 or 4 times during the meal.

2.00 pm – 250 ml water with meal. Water should be taken 3 or 4 times during the meal.

8.00 pm – 250 ml water with meal. Water should be taken 3 or 4 times during the meal.

Friday

8.00 am – 250 ml water with meal. Water should be taken 3 or 4 times during the meal.

2.00 pm – 250 ml water with meal. Water should be taken 3 or 4 times during the meal.

8.00 pm – 250 ml water with meal. Water should be taken 3 or 4 times during the meal.

Saturday

8.00 am – 250 ml water 1 hour before meal. No water with the meal.

2.00 pm – 250 ml water 1 hour before meal. No water with the meal.

8.00 pm – 250 ml water 1 hour before meal. No water with the meal.

Sunday

7.00 am – 250 ml water.

8.00 am – 250 ml water with meal. Water should be taken 3 or 4 times during the meal.

9.00 am – 250 ml water.

10.00 am – 250 ml water.

11.00 am – 250 ml water.

12.00 noon – 250 ml water.

1.00 pm – 250 ml water.

2.00 pm – 250 ml water with meal. Water should be taken 3 or 4 times during the meal.

3.00 pm 250 ml water.

4.00 pm – 250 ml water.

5.00 pm – 250 ml water.

6.00 pm – 250 ml water.

7.00 pm – 250 ml water.

8.00 pm – 250 ml water with meal. Water should be taken 3 or 4 times during the meal.

9.00 pm – 250 ml water.

10.00 pm – 250 ml water.

Later they can switch over to the Hydration Dehydration Cycles given in the beginning of this post.

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