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08October, 2015

Will a water filter system restrict my water flow?

Many factors affect the flow rate of water. The size of pipe, the mains pressure, the quality of source water going through the filtration media etc. It also depends on whether you are filtering just for drinking water or for the whole house.

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26May, 2015

Chanel 7 report on fluoride in water

The debate over whether fluoride in water is a good thing or not seems to be heating up again. The right water filter will allow you to remove or add fluoride amounts to suit your requirements.

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20May, 2015

What is a Micron Rating for a Water Filter?

A micron rating for a fluid filter is a generalised way of indicating the ability of the filter to remove contaminants by the size of the particles.

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20May, 2015

What happens if you don’t drink enough water?

Think of water as a nutrient your body needs that is present in liquids, plain water, and foods. All of these are essential daily to replace the large amounts of water lost each day from skin evaporation, breathing, urine, and stool, and these losses must be replaced daily for good health.

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20May, 2015

Safe daily intake level for caffeine, according to EFSA

The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) has ruled that a daily intake of caffeine of up to 400mg does not raise any concerns for the safety of adult consumers.

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20May, 2015

Bottled Water vs. Tap Water: What Do You Drink? Think Again!

When you think about it, bottled water is everywhere, in offices, airplanes, cafes, homes and restaurants across the country and around the world. We must be consuming billion of litres of the stuff! The frightening thing is they cost more than the fuel (per litre) we put in our cars! Every one of us who drive knows all too well what that cost is.

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20May, 2015

Regular coffee consumption clears arteries and lowers cardiovascular risk

An international team of researchers monitored the effect of varying levels of coffee consumption on more than 25,000 Korean adults. They found that deposits of coronary artery calcium (CAC) – used to measure the onset of coronary atherosclerosis, which leads to a narrowing and hardening of the arteries and increased risk of blood clots – was significantly lower among regular coffee drinkers.

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20May, 2015

Water treatment for the perfect cup of coffee!

Why is mineral content in water important? Hard water will generally produce a better tasting coffee compared to soft water; however, hard water will cause scale buildup inside the coffee equipment such as pumps, boilers and valves.

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05January, 2015

Factors To Consider Before Buying Water Purifiers?

A good purifier should provide you with water that is rich in potassium, calcium, magnesium and trace elements. It does not end there. The purifier should not compromise water’s antioxidant properties. It should retain such properties after purification and still ensure your water is free of contaminants.

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22November, 2014

Buying A Water Purifier For The First Time?

Selecting the right water purifier is pertinent as it can help to introduce essential minerals and nutrients such as potassium, magnesium, calcium and trace elements. It also ensures that the antioxidant properties remain intact – a water purification system is only effective when it is free from potential contaminants.

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