Dr. Juan M. Montero & Sharon Kleyne Use the Power of Water® To Save Lives. Water & Global Montero Medical Missions Volunteer To Save Lives.
Sharon Kleyne, host of the internationally syndicated radio program, The Sharon Kleyne Hour Water Life Science®/Nature’s Pharma®, The Power of Water® & Your Health sponsored by Nature’s Tears® EyeMist® on VoiceAmerica and World Talk Radio, has been saving lives with the Power of Water® for more than two decades. Kleyne’s Water Life Science® lifestyle urges 5 daily habits for optimum health and longevity.
1. Drink 8 to 10 glasses of fresh water every day.
2. Learn to breathe properly. Practice breathing exercises.
3. Eat a healthy diet that works for you. No two diets are alike!
4. Exercise moderately.
5. Sleep with the earth. Get plenty of good sleep. Befriend your pillow.
Juan M. Montero, II, MD. FACS is the creator of Montero Medical Missions humanitarian efforts, and a fellow advocate of Water Life Science® and the Power of Water®. “Water is the first building block,” says Montero. Montero’s humanitarian efforts continue to grow and benefit millions worldwide. In addition to being involved in medical/surgical mission work, Montero plays pivotal roles in sustainable projects such as Eyesight 20/20, Prosthesis, Dental care, women’s health, Food4Children and PEACE. “PEACE is a recent effort,” says Montero, “that builds an artesian well for every $1,500. donation.” Montero explains that the wells are partially constructed and fully maintained by the communities in which they are dug. “This is sustainability at its finest,” says Montero.
Kleyne agrees, asserting that water is the breath of life. “Without the water vapor in earth’s atmosphere,” Kleyne says, “there can be no life. Water is the secret that nature’s pharma® is whispering to all of us. We just need to learn how to listen.”
Montero, a superior listener and a surgeon in Norfolk, Virginia, emigrated to the U.S. from the Philippians in 1969 to study surgery. On completion of his studies, he planned to return to the Philippians to practice medicine. However, the tyranical Marcos regime was not inclined to welcome him back. As a result, Montero discovered his calling in life, what he describes as a model based on the combination of “a medical missionary and a Peace Corp volunteer”.
Montero created Montero Medical Missions and recruits physicians and surgeons all over the world to donate their time and expertise to missions everywhere. In the last few years, Montero mentions, Montero Medical Missions have visited Sri Lanka, Ghana, China, the Philippians, Rwanda and Mongolia, to name a few. “The key word in our work,” says Montero, “is sustainability. We partner with organizations and individuals in the countries we visit to create ongoing health programs that will thrive long after we are gone.”
Kleyne compared this effort to seeding the dreams of entrepreneurs with funding and necessary technological experience. “It’s so important for people on the ground in other countries to be able to sustain the initial work of benevolent outsiders,” says Kleyne.
In recognition of his work, Montero received the inaugural American College of Surgeons’ Surgical Volunteerism Award in 2003. At the age of 48, Montero was honored as Chesapeake’s First Citizen in Virginia.
Montero urges volunteers, entrepreneurs, dreamers, funders and potential artesian well sponsors and sponsors of other global projects to contact him directly at firstname.lastname@example.org Kleyne hopes that all people will become more water-educated, which is the foundation for all work that seeks to contribute to better health and longevity.
One can also contact http://www.monteromedicalmissions.org
If you would like to listen to a talk radio program featuring Dr. Montero and Sharon Kleyne discussing sustainable advocacy and Montero Medical Missions, please follow this link: https://www.voiceamerica.com/episode/108527/montero-medical-missions-humanitarian-efforts