When planning a camping or road trip in Australia, we often don’t think too much about our water supply. Most places have good quality drinking water. This is true in many cases; however, as clean as the water may look, it can prove misleading. When planning a camping trip, install a camping water filter!
When you start to look into water filtration systems, you’ll notice that there’s a lot of talk about removing the potential ‘nasties’ from drinking water. It’s time we got to know how they can affect your water supply.
The Dilmah School of Tea is a pioneering tea training course. Developed by experts, it’s an unmatched standard of education for anyone who wants to learn how to brew the perfect tasting cup of tea.
You may be doing all the right things, like taking folic acid and eating greens, but one simple thing that may get overlooked is the fact that you’ll need to drink more water. Filtered water is a great option for your pregnancy.
With sunny BBQs, backyard cricket and long days at the beach come high temperatures where it’s more important to keep hydrated. Enjoy a WFA water filter during summer to stay cool and hydrated.
The debate over fluoride in water has been raging for some time. At WFA, we believe in keeping all the good stuff in water and only taking the bad stuff out. That’s why our water filters don’t remove fluoride in your water.
As a nation, we’re drinking more bottled water than ever before, with 466 million litres of bottled water sold to Australians in 2015. At an average cost of $2.75 a litre, bottled water is costing us nearly $1.3 billion annually.
What happens when you are working from home? Zoom is there for the conversation part… and we’re here with some tips for bringing some of the conveniences of the workplace into your home environment.
Your gut is important. So it’s no surprise that an unhealthy gut can cause total havoc! We discuss what gut health means and how a home water purifier like WFA’s water filtration systems can change your gut health.
For most of us, if we remember to drink our 8 glasses of water a day, we’ll keep ourselves hydrated and healthy. But did you realise you only need to lose just 1.5% of your body’s water content to put yourself at risk of dehydration?
Water, water, water. It’s all around you and all within you. In fact, as your body, I’m always pretty thirsty because I’m made up of 60% water! Here are the 10 main signals I give when I’m in danger of becoming dehydrated.
For many, July is the month to ditch alcohol and do a detox. Dry July started as an initiative to raise money for cancer research and continues to gain momentum as a good time to do a detox. We’ve put together some tips to help you have a healthy month.
The NSW Health Department has four key messages in the event of a heatwave. At WFA, we believe it’s important to share them with you, along with a few of our own WFA tips to help keep you cool, avoid dehydration and stop heat stress.
Want to know the secret to healthy skin? Just use filtered water to wash your face every day. Without the harsh drying effects of the added chlorine in tap water, you may notice that it will feel and look better.
While you’re sweating in your new activewear, the last thing on your mind is, “Am I drinking enough water?” But with an increased exercise regime, drinking filtered water for exercise is important to stay hydrated.
We’ve covered the many, many benefits of drinking filtered water in the WFA blog before, but there’s one thing we haven’t delved into yet and it’s the claim that drinking water may help weight loss.
A recent blog discussed the importance of drinking enough water and even some great apps to track this. However, there is such a thing as drinking too much water. Experts call this condition water intoxication.
You’re doing really well if you are drinking the recommended amount of water each day. But did you know that there are benefits to drinking water at certain times of the day? Learn the best times to drink filtered water.
It’s the drink that everyone is obsessed with… lemon water. Every celebrity under the sun boasts that they start their day with it. Benefits include weight loss and improved digestion.
There’s no doubt that drinking the recommended daily amount of filtered water a day is good for your skin. Many report that drinking an increased amount of water gives their skin an extra glow.
Drinking 8 glasses a day doesn’t necessarily have to be cold water. In fact, there are some beliefs that claim drinking warm water or in some cases, hot filtered water can be greatly beneficial to your health.
Drinking water is one of the best things we can do for our health and wellbeing on so many levels, but we often find it hard to remember to create a daily water habit for ourselves and our family.
The Green Wattle Creek bushfire has sparked a big-time concern about our water supply. The fires are burning about 15km south west of Warragamba Dam, which accounts for nearly 80% of Sydney’s water supply.
So, we know that drinking enough filtered water is good for your health. But did you know that it’s also super important for your brain health? Yes, filtered water is good for your brain!
Plastic is a problem. Especially single-use plastic water bottles. Sadly, only a fraction of these water bottles are recycled and most of them end up in landfill. And worse, they can take up to 1000 years to break down!
It doesn’t make sense, but it’s true… you are more likely to become dehydrated during winter. In cold weather, the body’s thirst response diminishes by up to 40%, even when you are dehydrated.