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A rare accident after drinking 3 gallons of distilled water
Posted by: Tai ()
Date: September 05, 2019 02:58AM

Hi, for all those who are freaked out about distilled water, watch one of the worst case scenarios.

This mom participated in a drinking contest to win a video game for her kids. She drank 3 gallons of distilled water in 2 hours and she resisted the urge to vomit for 20 minutes. Had she honored her body's natural release, she would have vomited. Determined to win, she held it in.
You will have to watch the video to find out what ends up happening to her and why she had a crisis but not the other contestants.

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here I want to point out a few things:
1) very few raw vegans avoid salt in their diet. Mark Tassi is one of the few raw vegans who has had hyponatremia because he is so strict about salt
2) very few people drink more than one gallon of distilled water daily, and the majority of people just use distilled water for their normal food purposes like cooking, making tea, smoothies, soups, etc.
3) if someone has a mineral deficiency, they should know it and TREAT IT, rather than be afraid of distilled water. They found heavy metals in spring water, so distilling spring water is just smart. Minerals can always be added later.

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Re: A rare accident after drinking 3 gallons of distilled water
Posted by: jtprindl ()
Date: September 05, 2019 11:00PM

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Tai
Hi, for all those who are freaked out about distilled water, watch one of the worst case scenarios.

This mom participated in a drinking contest to win a video game for her kids. She drank 3 gallons of distilled water in 2 hours and she resisted the urge to vomit for 20 minutes. Had she honored her body's natural release, she would have vomited. Determined to win, she held it in.
You will have to watch the video to find out what ends up happening to her and why she had a crisis but not the other contestants.

[www.youtube.com]

here I want to point out a few things:
1) very few raw vegans avoid salt in their diet. Mark Tassi is one of the few raw vegans who has had hyponatremia because he is so strict about salt
2) very few people drink more than one gallon of distilled water daily, and the majority of people just use distilled water for their normal food purposes like cooking, making tea, smoothies, soups, etc.
3) if someone has a mineral deficiency, they should know it and TREAT IT, rather than be afraid of distilled water. They found heavy metals in spring water, so distilling spring water is just smart. Minerals can always be added later.


Agreed. I have a whole house filter which then gets distilled with an activated carbon filter at the end. Then I had pH minerals from Premier Research Labs.

www.phytopanacea.com

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Re: A rare accident after drinking 3 gallons of distilled water
Posted by: RawPracticalist ()
Date: September 06, 2019 07:36AM

Very informative.

Eating or drinking contests should be banned and punishable by jail time, they are totally unhealthy. Society has to pay for the winners and losers health bill.



She is trying so hard for her man to die.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 09/06/2019 07:39AM by RawPracticalist.

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Re: A rare accident after drinking 3 gallons of distilled water
Posted by: jtprindl ()
Date: September 06, 2019 02:38PM

I'm curious to see how long some of these professional eaters live.

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Re: A rare accident after drinking 3 gallons of distilled water
Posted by: Tai ()
Date: September 07, 2019 04:57AM

So true, Raw Practicalist.

Lou COrona said that he discovered that he was subconsciously killing himself by participating in eating contests as a young man. When he had a big tumor at the back of his head, he was shown a vision of himself when he was 9 years old and he made a wish that he wanted to die, because he suffered such terrible abuse at home. He made that wish and later at age 21, he was facing death from asthma and the tumor. He realized that the eating contests were the way he was slowly killing himself. So then he met a natural healer and began fasting on greens and healed himself.

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Re: A rare accident after drinking 3 gallons of distilled water
Posted by: RawPracticalist ()
Date: September 09, 2019 07:27PM

It is a sports and a path to destruction. They train for it every day almost.

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You might not think of competitive eating as a traditional sport, but those in the business definitely train like it is. Sure, it doesn't involve bicep curls and squats, but it's training nonetheless — and frankly, the gym sounds more pleasant.

So what does a speed eater in training do? For starters, they drink massive amounts of liquid in an effort to get their stomachs used to all the food they'll be consuming. For some, this means chugging two-and-a-half gallons of chocolate milk in three minutes. For others it means drinking a gallon of vegetable juice in one minute flat every morning for a month prior to the competition.

And because ingesting a lot of food very quickly is key, competitive eaters also must train their throats to swallow large amounts without choking. This is accomplished by swallowing entire mouthfuls of water at once, which is no easy feat. Once the body is comfortable with water, they move onto softer foods, eventually graduating to solid foods (like hot dogs) and swallowing large chunks at once. Who needs to chew?

Read More: [www.mashed.com]

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