Yes, even in this era of Poland Spring many of us are dehydrated due to  moisture lacking diets, artificial environments, medications, and  over-dependence on water as our only source of hydration. For this  reason, that new diet or exercise plan may fail because our body doesn’t  have enough moisture to support it.

Quench presents a wellness routine that can reverse all of that, based  on breakthrough new science in the field of hydration. Readers will be  surprised to learn that drinking too much water can flush out vital  nutrients and electrolytes. Here is where “gel water” comes in: the  water from plants (like cucumber, berries, aloe), which our bodies are  designed to truly absorb right down to the cellular level.

Based on groundbreaking science from the University of Washington’s  Pollack Water Lab and other research, Quench offers a five-day jump  start plan: hydrating meal plans and the heart of the program, smoothies  and elixirs using the most hydrating and nutrient-packed plants.  Another unique feature of their approach is micro-movements-small,  simple movements you can make a few times a day that will move water  through your fascia, the connective tissue responsible for hydrating our  bodies. You will experience more energy, focus, and better digestion  within five days…then move onto the lifetime plan for continued  improvements, even elimination of symptoms


Dr.  Dana Cohen is renowned by her peers and beloved by patients for her  nuanced practice of Integrative Medicine. In practice for over 15 years,  she trained under the late
Dr. Robert Atkins, author of the iconic Dr. Atkins’ New Diet Revolution,  and Dr. Ronald L. Hoffman, a pioneer of integrative medicine and  founder of the Hoffman Center in New York City. She earned her MD from  St. George’s University School of Medicine and completed a three-year  internal medicine residency at Albany Medical Center.

Dr. Cohen was certified by the American Board of  Internal Medicine in 1998 and was recently appointed to the Board of  Directors of the American College for the Advancement of Medicine  (ACAM), the leading voice of Integrative Medicine for more than 1,500  MD, DO, ND and master-level health care providers, where she is also  program director of their bi-yearly symposiums.