This is truly a fascinating question that I have been asked many times. I don’t know how much it is true, but it is one that I was never able to really answer.
I am always amazed when I hear someone say they are an elephant and have never even seen an elephant. I guess the reason is because elephants drink water.
The elephant drink is a fascinating thing about elephants. The water they take from the river is very low in calcium and when they drink, they absorb the calcium. Since calcium is what fuels the muscles and nervous systems, this means an elephant that takes a lot of water will actually be a better swimmer and generally be a better jumper.
The same goes for elephants that eat leaves. The leaves they eat are toxic in high doses, but elephants can absorb them through their saliva. So when eaten by an elephant, they can take in higher levels of calcium and be able to swim longer and more efficiently.
Our body’s natural way of absorbing calcium is through the action of the immune system. In addition to the immune system, the body also needs to absorb calcium in a particular way, like with water. If you take a bath and it’s a good time to do it, you’ll want to have a little water to clean it up. But it’s a long term goal, and we are already feeling it.
So you might not want to use all of your water, but if you take a bath with it, you can use the same idea to make your bath a lot more enjoyable.
When it comes to water, we humans have a tendency to think of our bodies as being the only ones that need water. But it turns out that the immune system and the bones are the most water-bound organisms in nature. So instead of filling up our bath to make the water last longer, we can make it easier for the immune system to do the work.
I was reading the latest issue of Wired yesterday. They had an interesting article about the secret sauce that makes our water so effective. Basically, it seems that a lot of water is in the form of dissolved minerals, like calcium and magnesium. When you drink enough of these minerals, they get trapped in your cells and bones, making them more water-friendly (and therefore easier to use) than we’d expect.
The only really good way to solve this mystery is to get rid of the water in your body. Try to remove the water from your body in different ways. For example, for some people, it’s easier to stick a stick in their mouth, than to remove the water from their body. This can be accomplished by just putting water in your mouth. If you drink enough of this water, your body will have a very small amount of dissolved calcium in it.