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World Mental Health Day 2019: Self-Care and Proper Hydration

World Mental Health Day 2019: Self-Care and Proper Hydration

October 04, 2019

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Australia's Water Crisis: Change Starts at Home

Australia's Water Crisis: Change Starts at Home

September 12, 2019

After a dry winter, and with water levels hovering at 50% or lower, state governments and councils are taking drastic measures to keep water from running out.

Here’s what you need to know about the new restrictions, along with tips for conserving water at home.  

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PART 2:  How I found shower filters to be an integral part of optimal skin health

PART 2: How I found shower filters to be an integral part of optimal skin health

August 05, 2019

Before I dive into why I absolutely LOVE the Waters Co Shower Filter I will just recap what lead me to finding this amazing product.

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The Importance of Proper Hydration in Winter

The Importance of Proper Hydration in Winter

July 23, 2019

Staying hydrated in summer is first and foremost on most minds at the weather warms up, but what about winter? Too often we are more concerned with staying warm in the winter months, completely neglecting hydration which can have detrimental effects on well-being.

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Clean Water: A Basic Human Right for Indigenous Australians

Clean Water: A Basic Human Right for Indigenous Australians

June 27, 2019

Not only is access to clean water a basic human right, it’s also essential to survival and well-being. “Gapu”, or “water” in Yolngu, plays an important role in health and sanitation in indigenous communities.

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Water isn’t just water when it comes to skin care

Water isn’t just water when it comes to skin care

June 17, 2019

A few years ago, I entered a particularly challenging time of my life regarding my health. I had decided to stop taking the oral contraceptive pill (aka ‘the pill’) and within 8 weeks, along with other health challenges, my skin broke out with uncontrollable, angry acne. This gave my self-confidence, of which I had worked so hard to build up over the previous years, a big kick in the gut. It was at this point that I started to take a deeper look into ways to heal my skin from both the inside out, and the outside in.

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Dehydration and the Brain

Dehydration and the Brain

August 02, 2018

The average adult body is comprised of approximately 60% water overall. For peak mental performance, hydration is as essential as for peak physical performance. You brain requires around 75% of water concentration in order to maintain proper cognitive function.

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Food and Water Security

Food and Water Security

July 05, 2018

It appears that we are hearing more and more about problems with our food and water supplies becoming contaminated and posing a risk to our health. Illnesses will arise, oftentimes life threatening, and it is up to health departments to very quickly determine the source of an outbreak. Supermarkets rush to issue nation-wide recalls on many products and multinational corporations go into...

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Adelaide Water supplies Chlorine spike causes THM concerns

Adelaide Water supplies Chlorine spike causes THM concerns

June 24, 2018

Recent heavy rains in South Australia, Victoria and Queensland putting pressure on water supplies and sparking concerns regarding detection of high levels of THMS a byproduct of chlorination linked to certain cancers and other health issues.

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Fancy Sparkling Water Fountains

Fancy Sparkling Water Fountains

June 06, 2018

Following on from last week’s blog about the contamination of Geelong’s public water fountains, this week we learn about the French taking it up to a whole other level.

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Lead contamination of public drinking fountains

Lead contamination of public drinking fountains

May 26, 2018

How safe is a public water source?

It has been reported this week that high levels of lead have been detected in the public drinking fountains in Victoria’s Geelong. 

The local council have proceeded in shutting down 40 fountains and began conducting tests on over 140 fountains around the rural city. There have however, been assurances from Barwon Water that the contamination is not affecting the wider municipal water supply.

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Internationally Now Available to USA, United Kingdom, Europe & New Zealand

Internationally Now Available to USA, United Kingdom, Europe & New Zealand

February 02, 2018

We now have Local warehousing in the following regions USA, United Kingdom & New Zealand. So you can order from us and have your product shipped from a local warehouse!

 

 

 

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