Quinoa & Water Will Save Lives and Fill Empty Bellies Say Water & Nutrition Experts. Montero Medical Missions Has a Quinoa Plan To End Hunger Says Sharon Kleyne.
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 and the founder/research director of Bio Logic Aqua® Research Water Life Science®, has been teaching the world about water and water evaporation for more than two decades. If humans wish to live longer and be healthier, Kleyne instructs, they must supplement and replenish their body water vapor several times a day. “This is nature’s pharma®, nature’s way,” says Kleyne.
Kleyne’s Water Life Science® Power of Water® 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. Become a buddy with your pillow.
Kleyne loves to teach that earth was once surrounded by a bright blue ribbon that gradually condensed and fell as rain. The planet absorbed this steady rain, filling nature’s aquifers, oceans, lakes, rivers, pond and streams and eventually creating life itself. “Water was the key in the process,” Kleyne says, “and it still is. Water must be our top priority if we want to live longer, healthier lives.”
Noted medical missionary and volunteer, Dr. Juan M. Montero, couldn’t agree more. “Water comes first,” says Montero. “Without water we would all die.” Montero, founder of Montero Medical Missions, is engaged in digging thousands of artesian wells in communities in countries as far-flung as Rwanda, Ghana, China, the Philippines and Sri Lanka, among others. “Every time someone donates $1,500.,” Montero says, “ we build a new artesian well, which is then managed and maintained by community members themselves. That’s sustainable volunteerism and entrepreneurialism if ever anything was!”
“This is wonderful sustainable outreach and volunteerism,” echoes Kleyne, who is thrilled about Montero’s latest venture. The plan is just at its infancy stage, Montero cautions, but if it is successful, Montero says, “it could be a game-changer for the hungry world”.
The plan, according to Montero, is to test-grow the protein-rich plant, quinoa, in record quantities in Virginia for mass consumption. “If we can successfully grow quinoa in Virginia, we’ll then be ready to take it all over the world, especially to locations where people are starving,” says Montero.
Kleyne sees this as a perfect fit with Nature’s Pharma® and Water Life Science® because it promises to be sustainable over the long haul. People anywhere can learn to be farmers and produce a product as hearty and healthy as quinoa. “All it takes,” says Kleyne, “is a new outlook and a willingness to adopt a new, healthier lifestyle based on the Power of Water®.”
Montero urges potential artesian well sponsors and sponsors of other global projects to contact him directly at firstname.lastname@example.org Kleyne hopes that listeners and others will gain more water education, 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 water, sustainable advocacy and Montero Medical Missions, please follow this link: https://www.voiceamerica.com/episode/108527/montero-medical-missions-humanitarian-efforts