A Trickle of Liquid Vitamins

Aaaaah! WaterToday’s post is another little drip from Vitamin Soup, and it is dedicated to my friend, Karen, who is crystal clear about what this vitamin means to her. But before we jump into that, I want to run something by you.

I submitted the Vitamin Soup manuscript to the publisher last night, so be on the look-out for the trickle of information on how to pool your resources and get some pre-publication deals, before you are swimming in holiday advertising! Ha! I crack myself up.

Vitamin W: Water

“It is pretty common knowledge that water promotes weight loss, digestive health, skin health, and gives us a vibrant glow.

But the nourishment that you can get from water is not limited to its internal health benefits.

Many people feel refreshed by simply looking at a body of water. It has a calming effect on the mind, and just thinking about going to the beach, taking a cruise, or walking along the seashore makes people want to take a deep, cleansing breath!”

A friend of mine, Karen Cannady, knows all about this, lives it, and gets to teach this to people. She is an aquatics authority, and her business, Aquatics and Healing (AAH) is about using water for health, healing, and fitness–water, inside and out. She says on her website, “You are a body of water so why not use body’s [sic] of water for better health, healing, and for fitness.”

“Water is vital to life. All living things depend on it. Learn to use this powerful resource for healing and fitness. Also learn to love, respect, and bless all water sources.”

If you agree and want to learn more, or get some ideas for how you can go with the flow (sorry), please visit and “Like” Karen’s AHH Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/AquaticsAndHealing

And please leave me a comment about this post. No worries; I will not be quitting my day job to start a career as a stand-up comic. I’d probably freeze!

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2 thoughts on “A Trickle of Liquid Vitamins

  1. Water is so important to me, for drinking, play or refreshing. When I feel sick, one of the things I like the most is to shower or take a hot bath. This is a great vitamin.

    1. Thanks for the comment, Doug.
      It does feel good to simply rest and have a big glass of clear, filtered water. Add a little lemon and it’s got added detoxifying properties for the liver. You might try that next time you’re feeling under the weather (tho’ I hope that doesn’t happen regularly for you!).

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