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Dr. Saunders Personal Recommendation for Healthy Drinking Water

Dr. Scott Saunders, M.D.

A practicing physician, specializing in preventative health care, who utilizes eclectic health care for the whole family, including conventional, orthomolecular and natural medicine. He is also the medical director of The Integrative Medical Center of Santa Barbara in Lompoc, CA. He went to UCLA medical school and is board certified in family medicine.


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  1. Hans Taubert

    1. To eat 30% of calories less than with drinking water, is not bad for overweight people.
    2. To drink alksline solutins is not good for the pH of the intestine, especially the colon. It is better to
    eat fruits and vegetables or salts which give an alkaline residue after burning in the body, e.g. citrates.

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