Drinking Water

Surviving the Heat: Simple Tips to Cool You Down This Summer

Nov 28, 2019

As the temperatures rise, it is important to stay hydrated.  Keeping your body hydrated supports heart health by helping the heart to more easily pump blood through your blood vessels to your muscles.  Hydration also helps the muscles to work efficiently.

What is Cactus Water, and Should You Try It?

Oct 10, 2018

What is Cactus Water, and Should You Try It? Move over coconut water, because cactus water is the new ‘it drink’. But does it live up to the hype? And should you give it a try? How is cactus water made? Cactus water comes from prickly pear cactus.

Drinking Healthy Lemon Water & Its Health Benefits

Jun 11, 2018

We all know how drinking enough water everyday is good for the body. To enjoy additional health benefits, some people also add lemon juice to their drinking water. The practice of drinking lemon water has its origin in Traditional Chinese Medicine...

Drinking Coconut Water: All You Need to Know About Coconut Water

May 30, 2018

Drinking coconut water is the latest craze amongst athletes, celebrities and the hippest health conscious guys and gals (including Madonna, who loves the stuff so much she put $1.5 million into the coconut water brand Vita Coco). While the thirst for...

Drinking Water to Manage Inflammation

May 19, 2018

Inflammation is the body's natural response to irritants as it attempts to eliminate them. These irritants can be anything from pollens and other allergens to disease organisms. A healthy body can often successfully ward off many of these irritants, making...

Why you need to drink more water

Nov 16, 2016

Are you drinking enough water? We know the drill – drink eight glasses a day for good health. But a new study, from the University of Illinois, has found that people who drink just 1 percent more water than usual, reduce their overall calorie intake.

How much water should you drink

Oct 26, 2016

How much water should you be drinking each day?  This very simple question really has no simple answer as needs vary per individual.  These needs depend upon many factors which include your health, how active you are and whereabouts you live. Knowing...

H2O versus the rest

Mar 03, 2016

If we asked you what is the most under rated, and over looked, substance known to the western world what would you say?If H20 sprung to mind then we are on the same wavelength.  How does H2O versus the rest actually stack up?‘Water’ it is the most...

Fact or Fiction: Drink 8 Glasses of Water a Day

Sep 28, 2015

How many times have you been told to drink 8 glasses of water for good health? It's the standard suggestion. But do we really have to drink two litres of aqua a day? Or is it all a medical myth? The argument against The New York Times recently published...

Should I Drink Filtered Water?

Jul 30, 2014

We’re lucky in Australia to have access to clean drinking water. But is tap water good for you? Or should you always drink the filtered stuff? Here we look at 3 reasons to drink filtered water. Tap Water: The Facts Unfortunately, most research on the...

Invest in a Quality Water Bottle

Sep 16, 2013

Water bought in plastic water bottles are generally detrimental to the environment. Firstly the plastic is manufactured from an oil derivative. Secondly they typically end in land fill. So, whether you are motivated by the environment, saving energy, saving...

Healthy Water

Jun 14, 2011

Janet Parker from Zazen Essential Water tells ntpagesTV that when we filter our water we need to replenish the natural minerals that are an essential part of water that is part of a normal water cycle.

How to Avoid Dehydration

May 17, 2011

Our body needs fresh water every day. It helps maintain essential bodily functions such as digestion, and regulating our blood pressure and body temperature. If we don’t drink water regularly our body becomes dehydrated and our health suffers. Our...

Replacing Soft Drinks with Water

May 14, 2011

Soft drinks, sports drinks, energy drinks. We’re consuming more of them than ever before and they’re playing havoc with our health. But if you’ve got a soft drink habit how do you cut back? Soft Drinks Are Illness In a Can If you knew what was...

Is Your Body Too Acidic?

May 13, 2011

If you’re feeling sluggish or irritable, have dry, brittle hair or nails or feel cold all the time, your body might be too acidic. Most westerners eat too many acidic foods and many natural therapists believe that having too much acid in our bodies...

Video: A New Way to Enjoy Water

Mar 10, 2011

In this video, Janet from Zazen Water talks to Kat about their social business enterprise that aims to have positive social impact. The system filters and mineralises water and re-establishes water into its natural state, making it ideal for your body's...

Can You Drink Too Much Water?

Feb 04, 2011

We've all heard the advice to drink at least eight glasses of water a day – after all the body is made up of between 55% and 70% percent water. We need water to moisturise the skin, help eliminate toxins, regulate body temperature, carry nutrients...

Get Hydrated With Alkalised Drinking Water

Feb 03, 2011

Water is essential to virtually every facet of life on the planet, not least our own - given that we are variously comprised of 50% - 70% of this precious liquid.  It quietly takes care of a range of body functions including growth, temperature regulation...

Why Drink Water?

Sep 22, 2009

Water is important to your body as it makes up about 60% of your body’s weight. Every system in your body needs water for proper function. If your body does not have enough water, you can become dehydrated and experience low energy levels. Aside from...

Why Drink Distilled Water?

Jul 10, 2009

Water for life Water is crucial to sustaining all life on earth.  Two-thirds of our bodies are comprised of water and we use it for a multitude of other tasks, including watering our gardens, bathing, washing and a variety of recreational activities.  It...

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