Posts Tagged ‘filtered water’

The Benefits of Sole Water

Friday, October 4th, 2019

The benefits of Sole water have been seen by many who have tried it. Most of us have heard about drinking lemon water to help detoxify our bodies, but have you heard about adding water to your water for health? Salt can be very beneficial to our health. Salt naturally contains minerals that are necessary for our bodies to function.

Sole water (pronounced so-lay), is not a miracle cure or hip new fad as it has been used for hundreds of years by our ancestors, it is a life-supporting mixture of mineral-rich, unrefined salt and water that supports the body’s natural ability to regulate and heal itself. The term Sole comes from the Latin “sol”, which means sun.
Make your Sole water with  Himalayan salt as it is considered to be the purest form of salt on earth.
Sole Water provides many benefits to the body 
There are many benefits that have been discovered by drinking sole water some of these include:
  • Keeping the body hydrated for longer by flooding it with necessary minerals.
  • Provides vitamins and minerals to the body which are quickly absorbed when combining salt and water.
  • Helps with sleep by relaxing the body.
  • Clearer skin as salt helps with detoxing the cells.
  • Helps digestion.

You can purchase Himalayan salt from most health food shops.

The video below explains in more detail as well as giving instructions on how to make the sole water.



How to Make Sole Water

Sole water is very easy to make and therefore something that you should add to your health regime.

  • Take a glass jar with a plastic or glass lid. (Not metal as it will corrode from the salt).
  • Fill the jar to 1/4th full with Himalayan salt.
  • Fill to about 1 inch below the top of the jar with filtered water.
  • Cover with lid and shake gently to mix.
  • Leave overnight on bench top for salt to dissolve.
  • In the morning, you will notice that the water will be fully saturated. If there is still some salt left then it is ready to use.
  • If there is no salt left then add some more and leave it to sit for more time.
  • Each morning, place one tablespoon of the sole water into a glass of filtered water (room temperature) then drink it.


30-Day Water Challenge Revisited

Friday, September 28th, 2018

Well, here we go, the 30-day water challenge revisited. A couple of years ago we wrote about the 30-day water challenge. We spoke about how it was really important to drink enough water daily. To keep your body working at optimum performance levels, you should be drinking 0.033 litres of water per kilo of bodyweight.

With summer fast approaching, we should be thinking about our hydration levels. As we are always saying, by the time you feel thirsty, your body is already crying out for water. Your body is telling you that you are dehydrated when you start to experience the following symptoms.

  • Thirst
  • Dry or sticky mouth
  • Not peeing very much
  • Dark yellow pee
  • Dry, cool skin
  • Headache
  • Muscle cramps

Our bodies are amazing machines that if we listen will let us know what is wrong. Lack of fluids can be the start of many problems. We can alleviate many of these problems by just monitoring and increasing our fluid intake. The funny thing is that it is only difficult to drink more for the first few days, but then gradually each and every day it gets a little easier.

I found a terrific bottle in the sports shop that actually has the measurements in ml and litres on the side as well as the times of the day. This makes it really easy to drink more water but in smaller increments. It is a 2-litre bottle, so quite large to carry around but you can decant into a glass. I have found it a great way to monitor how much I am drinking because it shows if I am on track. I take this around with me during the day and it definitely helps me to drink more water on a daily basis.

Will you do the 30-day water challenge?

Make a decision today and your body will thank you for it. Head over to our 30- day water challenge post and check out the instructions. Then grab yourself a bottle so you can monitor your fluid intake. It’s as simple as that and you will be so glad you did. Here’s to a healthy, hydrated new you.



Water Listens

Tuesday, April 4th, 2017

An interesting concept don’t you think? Water Listens. Back in the 90’s Dr Masaru Emoto, a Japanese doctor of alternative medicine, author and researcher set out to prove that human consciousness has an effect on the molecular structure of water. What he discovered has changed the viewpoints of many.  How everything is connected on a universal level is now very much a popular topic thanks to research. Dr Emoto, armed with a very powerful microscope started freezing and then taking pictures of water that had been exposed to different words, prayers, music and environments. The things he discovered were absolutely remarkable.

The water crystals actually changed depending on whether they were exposed to something positive or something negative. Anything negative produced deformed and distorted crystals. On the other hand, water that was exposed to anything positive and uplifting caused beautiful symmetric crystals to be formed. Not only did he expose water to those different elements but he also collected water from various places and studied the differences. Take a look at the pictures below.

Water Crystals

A Tibetan Sutra

A Heavy Metal Song

After Prayer Ceremony, Lake Biwa 1999

Before Prayer Ceremony, Lake Biwa 1999








You Fool

You Disgust Me

Love and Gratitude

Thank You










Looking at the differences is really astounding and an eye opener at least. Now take into consideration that the human body is made up of no less than 60% water it really makes you think about the affect we can have on somebody with just what we say to them. Consider this next time you are belittling someone or talking in a negative way about a loved one. Think of the damage we can actually do to another’s well-being with just our words. Dr Emoto has written numerous books on his findings, each and every one just as fascinating as the last.

The water you drink will have a profound effect on your health and the health of your loved ones so next time you pour yourself a drink of water, remember to infuse it with much love and gratitude and enjoy the benefits of wonderful health and wellbeing.

Why You Should Drink Water

Thursday, March 9th, 2017

Do you know why you should drink water? It is one of the key factors in keeping your body healthy and vibrant, yet one of the most overlooked. Most people really don’t drink enough water and don’t realise the implications it has on their health. Here in Far North Queensland where we have hot temperatures all year round, it is very easy to become dehydrated which I have written about previously. The video below is a great reminder of the importance in keeping the body hydrated and the consequences if we don’t.

Many minor irritations to your day to day living can be linked to dehydration and I expect that many people are completely unaware that drinking water could be the simple cure that alleviates most of them.

Benefits of Drinking Water

  • Increases metabolism
  • Aids stronger mental capacity
  • Hydrates the skin leading to a fresher and more youthful appearance
  • Helps to thin the blood, leading to greater cardiovascular health and a lower risk of heart attack
  • Boosts the immune system
  • Flushes out toxins
  • Natural headache remedy
  • Prevents cramping and aching during and after exercise
  • Helps to increase bone strength
  • Helps you to lose weight
  • aids in digestion and maintaining regularity

The video below is a great reminder of the importance in keeping the body hydrated and the consequences if we don’t.

Staying hydrated is the best way to flush toxins from the body and keep you motivated, healthy and strong. Make sure you are drinking the correct amount of water each and every day and you will live a wonderful and refreshed life.

If you require any information on filtered water for your home or business then please feel free to contact us. I am certain we can be of service.

Turmeric Water- Lifes Golden Elixir

Friday, October 28th, 2016

Turmeric Water – Lifes golden elixir is something that you can take daily with great health benefits. Water is amazing and completely necessary to keep you functioning, it will help detoxify your body as well as keeping you hydrated. Drinking warm water helps your body to absorb the nutrients of anything that you add to the water.

We all have heard that drinking warm lemon water first thing in the morning is wonderful for your body but turmeric is another amazing natural way to boost your health. Turmeric is packed full of goodness and  antioxidants.

Curcumin is a naturally occurring chemical compound that is found in Turmeric it is the element that gives it the bright yellow colour. It is an anti-inflammatory which means it can be helpful in the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis, reducing the inflammation and therefore alleviating the pain.

Disorders of the digestive system may also be relieved with the consumption of turmeric water as curcumin stimulates the production of bile which is necessary for good digestion. When the body has the ability to digest foods properly the system can remove toxins much easier therefore also aiding the liver to function far better.

In Ayurvedic medicine Turmeric is known as a natural asprin therefore drinking the infused water can help with headaches or any other aches and pains. Mother nature has provided some amazing plants for us to use for healing and general health maintenance we just seem to forget more often than not. Some very simple habits will start to have a very positive impact on your life.

So why not start your day off with a warm glass of Turmeric water – Life’s golden elixir.


Recipe for Warm Lemon & Turmeric Water


1/2 Lemon

1/4 teaspoon Turmeric

Cup of warm water



Squeeze lemon and put into cup.

Add turmeric and stir well.

Add warm water.

You will probably need to continually stir as you drink as the turmeric will settle at the bottom of the cup.






A Great Office Solution

Tuesday, June 21st, 2016

Do you want a great office solution to keep staff and clients happy? It is a known fact that when people are dehydrated they become grumpy and irritable, in actual fact dehydration is the main cause of moodiness, frustration and headaches. As our bodies become depleted of fluid we lose concentration and can’t think straight which in turn leads to irritability and lack of focus.

Just imagine everyone happy, joyous and focused on what they are doing. Something as simple as a glass of water can help very much in this goal. Increasing fluid intake just by a couple of glasses of water each day will  improve your long-term health and keep your organs working at their optimum performance levels. No more grumpy customers! that would make such a difference in everyone’s day….

We speak to many people each and every day whilst we are visiting clients and servicing our coolers and one of the most common thing we are told is that once the cooler was installed everyone increased the amount of water they drank and they were less inclined to drink sugary carbonated drinks. They also felt that having the cooler there encouraged them to drink more.

Our water coolers come with cool and cold or hot and cold options. So if you are wanting to serve hot beverages you have boiling water on tap without turning on a kettle. That is great for businesses where staff have a 10-minute tea break as they don’t have to wait around for a kettle to boil to make their cuppas.

Our coolers are great office solutions where clients and customers are waiting around for services such as doctors, dentists, and other medical waiting rooms, Mechanics workshops, hotel lobbies, in fact pretty much anywhere that has access to water and a power point.

Our rental plans start at as little as $10 per week + GST with no locked in contract and a seven-day free trial. We service Far North Queensland from Innisfail to Mossman and the Tablelands.

Give us a call or contact us today to start your FREE TRIAL….

How Spending $10 Per Week Will Improve Your Profits

Friday, March 4th, 2016

I want to show you how spending $10 per week will improve your profits and make your business stand out from the rest.  It doesn’t matter what type of business you have. Everyone can benefit from this and it may surprise you.

Did you know that dehydration is the number one cause of daytime fatigue, well most people actually don’t. 75% of the adult population suffer from chronic dehydration, now that number is huge. Here are just a few facts about water consumption and why everyone needs to be encouraged to drink more water.

  1. Lack of water is the #1 trigger of daytime fatigue.
  2. Preliminary research indicates that 8-10 glasses of water a day (half of that coming from food and drinks other than plain water) could significantly ease back and joint pain for up to 80% of sufferers.
  3. A tiny  2% drop in body water can trigger fuzzy short-term memory, trouble with basic math, and difficulty focusing on the computer screen or on a printed page.
  4. Researchers from the University of Connecticut’s Human Performance Laboratory found that even mild dehydration alters a person’s mood, energy levels, and mental function.

So when you look at those statistics you can see why you are not getting 100% from your staff and probably yourself. I am not saying that they are deliberately not working to their full potential, what I am saying is that they are more than likely not even aware that they are dehydrated.  99% of employers supply tea and coffee to their staff for break times which is wonderful. However, caffeine has been shown to contribute to dehydration. Most people will have a bottle of coke or some soft drink while on a break and all of these things are all making the situation worse.

We live in one of the hottest parts of Australia and many people just get used to the climate but they don’t think about whether their water consumption is adequate for their daily activities.

As an employer wouldn’t you want to make sure your staff are hydrated enough to work at peak performance for their whole working day and not just the morning. We all know it gets to about 2 pm and the afternoon fuzzies move in, everyone slows down and starts yawning and clock watching to see how much longer they have before home time. What if you could stop that and have your staff attentive and productive all day.

I have the solution!

Let us install a  Filtered Water Cooler at your place of business. All this will cost you is $10 + GST each week. Just imagine how much happier your staff will be once they are properly hydrated. Our research has found that once a cooler is installed the average person notices that their water consumption goes up by approximately 300 to 500%, people just automatically keep filling their bottles up and are much more focused and alert.

We install the cooler and service it every 13 weeks so you don’t have to do a thing.

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  • You filter your own tap water – a never ending supply of quality fresh water.
  • You help the environment – reducing plastic packaging and your carbon footprint.
  • All you need is water and power – we do the rest and installation is included.
  • From less than $1.60 a day you can enjoy a constant supply of cool, filtered water at your premises.


That is how spending $10 per week  will improve your profits.

How Much Water Should I Drink?

Friday, January 8th, 2016

waterThis is a question we often ask ourselves, “How much water should I drink?”  There are many factors to take into consideration when working out how much water you need to drink daily. Fluid intake needs can vary quite dramatically from one individual to another. There are many factors to be taken into account including things such as:

  1. The height and weight of the individual: Your height and weight will have a direct affect on how much you need to drink to stay hydrated. This is the main factor for each individual. The chart at the bottom of the page will give you an indication as to how much you need, however, the below 3 factors should also be taken into account.
  2. The Environment: Climates around the world vary greatly and where you live will have a direct impact on whether or not you need to increase your fluid intake. Please do not take thirst as an indicator that you need to drink, by the time you are actually thirsty your body is telling you that you are in fact already dehydrated. This is generally around the time that you will start to get a headache. This is important to know as someone living in a tropical climate would need to drink far more than someone in a cool temperate climate, they would also become dehydrated much more quickly regardless of the level of activity.
  3. Exercise and physical activity: Different types of exercise affect the body differently and can make a huge difference on how much we need to drink to replace the fluids lost when the body sweats. Exercise also causes the body to lose salts and electrolytes when we sweat so these also need to be replaced. A pinch of salt to your water will help do the trick. Do not just use any salt, sea salt  contains 84 minerals and nutrients that our body needs each and every day and will help to replace minerals that the body loses in sweat. Himalayan pink salt is wonderful too but please never, never use table salt, this has been processed and will actually do you more harm than good. This calculator will help you to work out how much extra you should drink by taking into account the type of exercise and many other factors.
  4. Health and wellness: When we are unwell we often need to increase our fluid intake. Often our temperature rises as our bodies try to fight off infection this causes a loss in bodily fluids. Sickness and diarrhoea will cause us to dehydrate quite quickly also. It is in these times we really need to ensure we keep up our fluid intake.


Weight in Kg Litres Per Day
55 2.29
60 2.5
65 2.71
70 2.92
75 3.13
80 3.33
85 3.54
90 3.75
95 3.96
100 4.17
105 4.38
110 4.58

You can work out how much you need by using the calculation below which is promoted  by  Paul Chek This is calculated on our body weight in kg’s, which is then divided by 0.024. This level of water intake works out at 1.250 litres (1250ml) for each 30kg of body weight.

Example –
A 90kg person would require 3.750 litres per day

calculated as 90kg divided by 0.024 = 3.750 litres per day

Great Flavoured Water Ideas

Friday, November 13th, 2015

Detox-waterWater is necessary for optimum health but many people don’t actually like the taste of water alone so here are a few great flavoured water ideas.

When you add natural flavours to your water you are getting the health benefits of those additional items as well as the goodness of the water. Many of the flavoured water drinks purchased from the supermarket are loaded with sugar which does your body no favours.

So here are some great flavoured water ideas for you to try.

  1. Lemon water is probably one of the most popular flavoured waters to try as it is a known fact that lemon has a wonderful detoxing effect on the body. Great for people that want to lose weight as it breaks down the fats that we have consumed.
  2. Mint is a great additive to your water, not only is it really refreshing but it also is a muscle relaxant so it will help relax those tight cramped up stomach muscles and improve the flow of bile.
  3. Apple & Cinnamon is also a great flavoured water Idea as apples are filled with vitamins and research is proving that cinnamon is known to  stabilize the  blood sugar levels which in turn  increases the metabolism of glucose.  Cinnamon helps prevent the storage of fat by lowering the blood sugar levels.

You could really use any fruit, they all have health benefits and will be much better than any artificial flavour enhancer. The really great thing about making your own flavoured water is you choose the flavour that suits you. There are so many wonderful combinations and additions. you could use any of the following or a combination.

Blueberries, raspberries, orange, lemon, lime, strawberries, cucumber, pineapple, watermelon, ginger, mint or cinnamon. Something else that is great to do is to blend up your fruit choices in a blender and then freeze them into ice cube trays like below. That way you always have something on hand to add to your water. There is nothing better than a tall glass of fruit infused water on a warm summer day.


So when your child asks for cordial next time why not make them a natural flavoured drink that won’t affect their behaviour or ruin their teeth. Even better get them to help you make the fruit cubes and they will find it exciting and fun.


Apps to help you keep track of water intake

Wednesday, October 21st, 2015

Most people don’t drink enough water and many say that they don’t think about drinking until they are actually thirsty. By the time you are thirsty your body has already become dehydrated. What easier way than downloading an app for your smartphone that will help keep track of your water intake and let you know when you should drink. Here are a few below.

Waterlogged – Iphone (free basic version) – Drink More Water, Track Daily Water Intake, Get Hydration Reminders. This great app keeps track of how much water you have consumed and calculates it against your daily goal. Download App



Plant Nanny Water Reminder – Iphone & Android – This cute little app was one of the best apps for 2013. These cute little plants need you to drink water to survive so like a little game which is makes drinking water fun. This has been downloaded more than 1,000,000 times. Download App Iphone  –  Download App Android




Hydrate Daily – Water Log Tracker & Reminders – Iphone (Free Basic Version) – Hydrate Daily will help you form one of the most beneficial habits to have! Track your daily water intake. Set goals and accomplish them. See your progress. Keep on track with custom reminders. **Premium**Find handpicked quality gear for your hydration needs. Download App


hydrate daily



Water Drink Tracker – Iphone (Free Basic Version) – This great app allows you to input your gender, height and weight and then calculates how much water you should consume. – easy and comprehensible interface, colour identifiers of the volume of water you should drink today, statistics to track your water consumption, set reminders when to wake up and to go to bed. Download App

water drink tracker




Aqualert: Water Reminder H2O – Android

**** GOOGLE CONTEST FIRST PLACE WINNER ****    Aqualert is a water drink reminder app. Helps you to have a good water balance on your body using notification drink reminders, track of how much water you should drink. Is simple and easy making it adequate for any age.  Daily water intake calculator based on your sex, weight and activity level.  Lets you know how much water you should drink daily.  Notifications and reminders to remember you to drink water as you prefer and helping you to drink more water. Automatic bed time mode so you don’t receive reminders on the middle of the night, making it a smarter reminder.  Graphic display of your hydration level and daily consumption. Calculate how many serving of water you have left. Easy to add or remove a serving. Use our serving size or customize your serving size. Consumption Chart History so you can know your hydrated level and have all the drink water benefits. Automatic notes of why be hydrated, when you are hydrated and when you take more water than you need. –  Download App