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Why is it Important to Drink Plenty of Water Every Day?

Water is the most important substance our body needs. However, with the increasing variety of drinks and their affordability, most Aussies take water for granted, thinking any beverage will effectively hydrate their body. Little do they know, water can actually do a lot more for their health than they think,

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Carbon Water Filters: A Case for Drinking Tap Water

Many Australians worry about the quality of the water and question whether it’s safe to let their family drink straight from the tap. While the government regularly tests and ensures the safety of tap water many still take the “better safe than sorry” approach, especially with the prevalence of bottled

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Want to Lose Weight Faster? Drink This!

Been wanting to lose weight, but don’t have the motivation to go to the gym? Finding it hard to make drastic adjustments to your diet and meals? You may find it hard to believe, but water can actually help you achieve that weight goal you’ve been aiming for! There are

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The Daily Water Challenge

Are you finding it difficult to meet your body’s required daily water intake? Would you like to reduce the amount of soft drinks you drink in a day and cleanse your system? Why not take on the Daily Water Challenge! For the next couple of days, switch up your liquids

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The True Cost of Bottled Water on the Environment

There is a place in the market for disposable bottled water. In some areas where clean drinkable tap water is inaccessible, bottled water is not only widely available, it is also cheap and even recommended. However, bottled water does come with a cost and disadvantages that many of us almost

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Bottled Water & The Environment

For people in the physically and mentally active arena, bottled water is an instant weapon against exhaustion and dehydration. It practically makes drinking water handy almost anywhere, anytime. But what risk does patronising this product bring to humans and the environment at large? Constantly buying bottled water may not be

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