Dr. James Balch
James F. Balch, M.D. has been a physician and a surgeon for over thirty-five years. A Certified Nutritional Consultant, a member of the American Medical Association, a fellow in the American College of Surgeons, and a leading authority on integrative medicine and nutritional healing. Dr. Balch visits clinics worldwide, sharing his ideas
with doctors of various health-care disciplines. He has written several books and co-authored two best-selling books, including the first two editions of the well-known “Prescription for Nutritional Healing”.
Dr. Balch also writes a monthly newsletter, Prescription for Healthy Living. He has appeared on ABC, Fox, and CBS, and has been interviewed on various national radio talk shows. He is the host of the Prescription for Healthy Living radio show. Dr. Balch book serves as an inspiration for millions of patients who are encouraged to seek wise counsel in order to maintain good health and prevent disease.
“There is only one water, and that is clean, steam distilled water. No other substance on our planet does so much to keep us healthy and get us well as distilled water does. “Dietary Wellness; 1993 Dr. James Balch, M.D.
Dr. C.W. DeLacy Evans
In his first third of the book Dr. Evans focuses on PURE SCIENCE and STATISTICS discussing this “ossification” of the body from being a new-born baby into old age. For example, he gives statistics concerning the elasticity/flexibility of bones depending on a person’s age. As we get older, bones become harder and more inflexible. An interesting section of the book is where Evans cites well over 50 people who lived anywhere from 100 years to 209 years old.
There is no doubt as to the high value of distilled water used freely as a retarder of the ossifying conditions which appear to constitute the condition of old age.”
“The idea which was held centuries ago, that dew water collected from the mountains and used as a drink to prolong life, is a correct one. It is a distilled water of Nature. Used as a drink, distilled water is absorbed directly into the blood, the solvent properties of which it increases to such an extent that it will keep in solution salts already existing in the blood, prevent their undue deposit in various organs and structures, favor their elimination by the various excreta, and tend to remove these earthy compounds which have already accumulated in the body . . . There is no doubt as to the high value of distilled water used freely as a retarder of the ossifying conditions which appear to constitute the condition of old age. ” C.W. DeLacy Evans, M.D., in his book, How to Prolong Life.