What Kind of Water Do You Drink?

by Rob on December 5, 2008


Water is associated with almost every function of our body, directly tied to our energy levels, our ability to burn fat, detoxify and also to slow down the aging process. Want great skin and a healthy looking glow? Drink more water. Want to improve your digestion and bowel movements? Drink more water. Want to reduce […]


las vegas

In Vegas, you can indulge in some of the seven deadly sins which might include lust, sloth, greed or gluttony. Gamble into the wee hours of the morning, wander in a alcoholic haze, belly up to an over indulgent buffet or shop until your credit cards are maxed out. Las Vegas is a temptress. Be […]


Shower head

No matter where you live, there are a number of ways you can save water in the house you already have. There are many excellent environmental reasons for doing this, but you’ll also benefit from something much more tangible – you’ll save money. These water saving tips are part four of a six part series on saving water.


Rain on the roof

Every wondered where all that rain water goes once it hits the roof of your house? Most is washed away, lost forever. This article on saving water takes a look at guttering and drains, and provides several ways to improve the flow of water around your house, and take a few steps toward the ultimate water goal : any water that falls on your property, stays on your property. No more water bills, ever. This is the third in a series of six on saving water.

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Slimline tank, Sydney

This second article in our series on saving water looks at something for home-owners worldwide – the benefits of using a water tank. A rainwater tank, that is.



This is the first article in a 6 part series on Saving Water. Living in Sydney, Australia I’m acutely aware of the value of this precious resource. To start with, here’s a look at something which underlies all efforts to save (and re-use) water – measuring your current water usage. Tweet Share


Frozen Turkeys

This two-part article looks at the many ways to freeze food (including specifics for common food types), as well as a few suggestions for getting the most out of your freezer itself. It can be a wonderful piece of equipment. In Part I we looked at the basics of freezing, and how to freeze vegetables, […]


Go green

Yesterday I came across a comment to an environmental story which seems to sum up a very popular opinion – namely that it costs money to ‘go green‘. It said : ‘My biggest gripe with “going green” and all the nonsense that comes with it is that it costs so much money to be “green,” […]


Chest Freezer

This two-part article looks at the many ways to freeze food (including specifics for common food types), as well as a few suggestions for getting the most out of your freezer itself. It can be a wonderful piece of equipment. Chances are that when you buy a new refrigerator, the freezer just comes along for […]



This is the third part of the Kitchen Essentials series (part I, part II). Whether you’re stocking a new kitchen or just updating a few things, this is a great place to start. When you’re moving out of home for the first time, performing a major kitchen overhaul or rebuilding following less-than-ideal circumstances; stocking a […]



Ready to save some more money on your bills? Great. You’ve come to the right place. This week I’ll be taking a look a 5 simple ways to use your kettle more efficiently. If you drink as much tea as I do, that’s definitely a good thing. Why pick on the lowly kettle? The kettle […]


Why The Body Needs Pure Water

by Rob on October 11, 2007

pure water

This excerpt about why the body needs pure water, is taken from Paul C Bragg’s book Water – the Shocking Truth The amount of water a body needs depends on temperature, climate, one’s activities and health – 8 glasses is average. When you drink a glass of water it goes straight to your stomach. Part […]


water weight loss tips

Water is such an important part of our lives and the role it plays in our body, every aspect of our body, is not to be underestimated. Because water is such a critical factor, wouldn’t it be safe to assume that the quality of that water is just as important? Water is life and without […]


How Important Is Your Drinking Water?

by Rob on September 27, 2007

The importance of drinking water and the role it plays in your health and weight loss can not be underestimated. Considering that without water, life cannot exist and that 70 percent of your body is made up of water. Did you know that teeth are 10% water, muscle tissue 75% the brain 80% and blood […]


drinking water weight loss tips

The importance of the role drinking water plays in your life can not be underestimated. As Harvey Diamond says, and I’ve quoted for years “Water is life! The better your water, the better your life”. When it comes to weight loss or just plain health in general, the quality and quantity of your drinking water […]

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