Thoughts are things! Pt. 1

The engine in your car is designed to run with the right set of fluids, but have you thought about what you're feeding your “engine”?


By; Barry Nembhard


You’re filled with 90 pints of liquid from 22 different fluids. Body fluids provide critical protection, nutrition, cleansing, and lubrication, but half of all adults have an imbalance. Learn how to replenish your fluids, prevent retention, and eliminate toxins. Synergized adaptogenic herbs accelerate cellular rejuvenation and provide the minerals and phytonutrients needed for optimized alkaline health.

Fluids of the Body

Your body is 60% water and produces many fluids. Minerals, nutrients, and biological substances are combined with water for lots of different functions:





  • Aqueous humor (fills eyes, creates round shape, protects lens).

  • Bile (digests fats, detoxes, made in the liver, stored in the gallbladder).

  • Blood plasma (clear liquid part of blood, 55% of total body fluids).

  • Cerebrospinal fluid (cushions brain and spine, removes waste).

  • Chyle (mixture of lymph and digested fats, transports nutrients).

  • Exudates (discharge from wounds and inflamed tissues, aids healing).

  • Gastric juice (digestive fluid made in the stomach, dissolves food).

  • Liquor Puris (pus drains white blood cells and bacteria from infections).

  • Lymph (carries white blood cells, nourishes cells, removes waste).

  • Mucus (protective, produced in response to acid, removes toxins)

  • Pericardial fluid (heart lubricant, prevents chambers sticking together).

  • Peritoneal fluid (abdominal lubricant, prevents organs from sticking together).

  • Pleural fluid (lung lubricant, prevents lungs and chest cavity sticking).

  • Saliva (lubricant for tongue, mouth, and teeth, initiates a digestive process).

  • Serous fluid (fills between organs and their outer protective membranes).

  • Seminal fluid (protects and nourishes sperm, made in the prostate gland).

  • Sputum (thick mucus made in the lungs, coughed up to remove debris).

  • Synovial fluid (thick liquid inside joint cavities, solid under pressure).

  • Sweat (salty liquid, cools the body, expels toxins, we make 2 pints a day).

  • Tears (eye lubricant, removes irritants, secretes emotional metabolites).

  • Urine (removes metabolic waste from the blood, kidneys make 3 pints per day).

  • Vaginal fluid (cleanses and lubricates, comes from both cervix and vagina). Two more special fluids are produced by women to protect and nourish infants:

  • Amniotic fluid (supports fetus to grow, and move, in utero)

  • Breast milk (food for infants, transfers immune protection)



Fluids & Leaks

You have an internal system that keeps these fluids balanced. Pumps (e.g. heart, sacrum, and detrusor muscle)

push fluids downpipes (e.g. blood vessels, veins, and urethra) controlling flow with valves (e.g. hormones, minerals, and immune signals). The ‘pipes’ are at risk of ‘corrosion’ as toxins damage the ‘glue’ sticking cells together. Leaky junctions let fluids seep between cells. Inflamed organs, malnutrition, and hormone disruption also disturb the balance.

Swelling (edema) occurs when fluid gets trapped. What are you holding on to is holding you?


This post was written by: Barry Nembhard "The M Series" Motivation..Mindset..Money CHECK OUT BILLY'S NEW PODCAST - Explore UFO Phenomenon with the Extraterrestrial Evidence founder, Roderick Martin.


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