Here you will find radio spots that might reference your illness.
On 8/20/2015 2:34 PM,
Mark Kupfer <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Hi Bob, Excuse me for the belated response. I will try to keep this brief and spare you from all the boring details. Prior to my starting the water cure, I had been suffering from gout, dangerously high blood pressure and a whole slew of problems.
After taking a blood and urine test the doctor stated, "Mr. Kupfer you've got serious kidney damage among other issues." He wrote a prescription. I remember walking into the pharmacy, about to pick up medication. 4 sets of drugs. Holy smokes, I thought to myself. There has got to be a better way. I simply excused myself walked out without taking the medicine.
Yes a dangerous move. I do take the bp medication. Searching for alternatives, not wanting to drastically alter my lifestyle, I discovered the watercure. Starting the process January 2014. Over the course of 6 month's my lab workup improved substantially. I can safely state there was a 80% improvement. I eradicated the gout, lowered but not yet normalized my bp. Kidney functions are normal. Lost weight. Many other readings are normal.
Bear in mind. During that 6 month period I had an intensive blood and urine test each month. I told the doctor, "check off everything, even the pregnancy test!" Lol. That's how serious and firm I was.
After 6 months as doc reviewed the progress, he was amazed. He asked, "Did you become a vegetarian?" "Vegan? No way!" I said. I showed him the watercure. Doc was in denial. I said my lab work is proof. This ain't quackery. I must state while watercure allowed my health to improve, 85% of the issues are now gone. But, some exercise and dietary changes must be incorporated into your daily lifestyle.
I promote the watercure to everyone I talk to. My family already knows I will talk "watercure" where ever we go. I tell people "I am living testimony". Feel free to publish my name and contact info.
Sincerely, Mark Kupfer
Date: Monday, August 20, 2001
From: Myk Sealy [email@example.com]
To: Bob Butts
Last year in May, I had attacks of gout (or pseudo-gout – my doctors couldn’t distinguish). I was terribly crippled for 3-4 days at a time. These attacks occurred no less than 6 times in February 2001. Each attack was worse and terribly painful each time. I had a hard time following my doctor’s orders to take Ibuprophen at 800 mg. a dose, plus something else I don’t remember, but it was something to reduce the acidity of my urine. Walking for any length of time, or any kind of physical exertion was a sure ticket to pain, merely to be calculated on its effects-per-effort. People thought I was simply lazy, but they had no idea how difficult “real” work was on my bones.
When I was diagnosed with gout, I was told my blood pressure was high, and put on high blood pressure medicine. But again, I simply didn’t have the discipline to take the medicine. I was told I was headed towards type II diabetes.
I was a real basket case as far as being moody and angry. I have been since I was 10 or 12 years old. I have never been a violent person, but I did manage a couple of domestic abuse charges. I was also very quick tempered. I always thought this stuff was other people’s imaginations, but it seemed to happen time after time. I was sent to a psychologist for my “moodiness.” Of course, Prozac was the first thing prescribed. But, after awhile, I knew it wasn’t working as it should. As recently as June of this year, my family and girlfriend all thought I needed to get back on the medication. I refused, and told them I didn’t want to go through the rest of my life “drugged out.”
Then I heard you on the Coast-to-Coast radio show with Barbara Simpson that night in June. When you said you weren’t out to “make a dime off this,” I started listening for real.
I am no longer suffering the symptoms of gout. I am no longer depressed and in need of Prozac. I have asked members of my family, “So, do you still think I need my medication?” They instantly respond with enthusiasm, “NO!” I have tons of energy and am not always tired. I feel mostly like dancing. Everything seems to be going so much better. I’ve not had my diabetes or my blood pressure checked, but I am certain, without a doubt, that both are quite normal and within acceptable limits.
Frankly, I’m a different person than I was even 2 months ago. Since I went on the Water Cure (even half-assed at times) I feel 1000 times better than I did a year ago. I can even run now, and it doesn’t hurt a bit.
The Water Cure is the best thing to ever happen to me. I am now outwardly the happy-go-lucky, friendly person I’ve always known myself to be.
Date: Mon, 3 May 2004 20:57:54 -0400
From: Dave Davis <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sir, I have had gout since the first gulf war starting in the Iraq desert taking 4 inducin a day to walk and this water thing is working for me. No drugs in 4 weeks.
D Davis email@example.com
Date: 08/20/01 Mon
From: Myk Sealy
To: Bob &
It's your old pal Myk from Dallas! Sorry for being out of touch for the
last week or so. Our air-conditioning was out when you last wrote and in Texas
that means a really hot house. In fact the night before we got the AC fixed it
was nearly 94-degrees at 10:00 p.m. in the house. I have also been a bit tied up
with my new job/career. Lastly, I just wanted time to think of all that the
"water cure" has done for me before settling down.
Anyway, a complete chronology of what the water cure has done for me, so far,
would read as follows:
Last year (2000), starting in May I had attacks of gout (or pseudo-gout, my
doctors couldn't distinguish the difference) and was terribly crippled for 3 or
4 days at a time. These attacks occurred no less than 6 times through Feb. of
2001. Each attack was worse and was terribly painful each time. I had a hard
time following my doctor's orders to take Ibuprophen at 800 mgs. a dose,
plus something else which I don't remember, but it was something to reduce the
acidic content of my urine. Walking for any length of time, or ANY kind of
physical exertion was a sure ticket to pain merely to be calculated on it's
effects-per-effort. People thought I was simply lazy, but they had no idea how
difficult "real" work was on my bones.
When I was being diagnosed with gout, I was also told my blood pressure was
high and I was put on high-blood pressure medicine. But again, I simply didn't
have the discipline to take the medicine. I was also told I was headed toward
Type 2 (adult on-set) diabetes.
Also, I was a real basket case as far as being moody and angry. I have been since I was 10 or 12 years old. I have never been a violent person, but I did manage a couple of "domestic" abuse charges. I was also very quick tempered. I always thought this stuff was other peoples imaginations, but it seemed to happen time after time. I was sent to a psychologist for my "moodiness". Of course the first thing that was prescribed was Prozac. But after a while I knew it wasn't working as it should. As recently as June of this year my family and girlfriend all thought I needed to get back on the medicine. I refused because I told them I didn't want to go through the rest of my life "drugged out".
Then I heard you, Bob, with Ms Simpson on Coast-to-Coast that night in June. I even listened for the first 20 minutes wondering what product you were promoting. I didn't tune in, in time to hear Dr. B. But after I heard the words from you that "we're not trying to make a dime off this" I started listening for real. Before that I was in and out, mentally, on your conversation. But after words I thought I'd listen to see what you felt so strongly about (I love people with conviction, especially positive conviction).
Listening, and re-listening to your interview (and Dr. B's before you) with Connie Simpson has been the best thing for my health in my life.
The benefits have been that I am no longer suffering with the painful symptoms of gout. I'm no longer depressed and in need of Prozac. I have asked members of my family, "so, do you still think I need my medicine?" and they instantly respond, with enthusiasm, NO! I have tons of energy and am not always tired (mostly I feel like dancing!) Everything seems to be going so much better. I've not had my diabetes checked or my blood pressure, but I am certain, without doubt, that both are quite normal and within acceptable limits.
Frankly, I'm a different person than I was even 2 months ago. Since I went on
the water cure (even half-assed at times) I feel 1000 times better than I did a
year ago. I can even run now. I can run and it doesn't hurt a bit. Heck, I've
even begun to run, at times. just because I can!
The "water cure" is the best thing ever to happen to me. It has helped to me to re-claim my life. I am now, outwardly, the happy-go-lucky, friendly person I've always known myself to be. I cannot possibly be more enthusiastic about something than I am the "water cure". I hope I can be of massive assistance to you. You both, along with Dr. B, are both incredible saviors to me.
Also, thanks so much for the tapes you sent. The were not only great, they were
eye-opening. I especially liked the one, Bob and Connie, where you re-created
the interview between Dr. B and Sam Biser. That was great! Mostly because I can
distribute the most wonderful thing on your site to numerous ADD adults I know
who can't, or won't take the time to read such things. Thanks a million.
Say, if I could get in touch with some radio stations down here and interest them in interviewing you or even Dr. B. how possible is that? How accessible is Dr. B.? I would love to be able to call or email him an enthusiastic "thank you". But I'd mostly love him to explain to a Dallas radio audience about his "water cure". I don't mean to sound geographically biased, but it gets and stays hot for so long here that something like a "water cure" is a miracle waiting to happen.
Sorry about the length of this letter. I hope all is well with you both and that
I hear from you soon. Please write!
Date: 04/13/01 Fri 12:13:23
From: Umeshchandra Tongbra
To: Bob Butts
My dad is a diabetic and has been following what's commonly known as the "Japanese Water Therapy." He consumes a whole litre (approx 35 oz) of water first thing in the morning, before anything else. It has stopped the problem of gout and he enjoys a much better quality of life than before the water therapy.
Your theory is not heretical at all. Its common sense. I wonder how anyone tries to debunk that theory. They're crazy.
By the way, I read about your effort in Bob Perk's "I Believe in You." Cheers!
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