“We are a little different to other companies – as a Social Business, we measure our success by the impact on our Community.” – Janet Parker, Founder

Nikken PiMag Customers – here is some good news

10th July, 2015

It was announced yesterday by Nikken Australia that it will be closing its doors by end September 2015. Since then, we have been contacted by many concerned and anxious Nikken PiMag customers and Consultants who are trying to find a company who can supply replacement parts for their Nikken PiMag water filter so they can continue to use this product. The great news for these customers is that zazen Water parts fit the Nikken PiMag 15 and 10 litre systems, and in fact, we have been servicing now thousands of Nikken customers for the past 8 years already.

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by Janet Parker, CEO

Effects of dehydration on children

15th June, 2015

Scientists, doctors and natural health professionals know that dehydration can be linked as the cause of many major behavioral conditions and illnesses.  Poor nutrition & dehydration has shown to affect a child's school performance by:

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by Janet Parker, CEO

New Healthy Food Pyramid tells us to Choose Water

19th May, 2015

We are thrilled to see a new and improved "Healthy Eating Pyramid" from Nutrition Australia. The pyramid shows at the bottom to "Choose Water" as your beverage of choice.  They state that the simplest way to get healthier is to cut down on junk food and sugary drinks. We couldn't agree more of course, and most of our customers are not only focused on filtering and alkalising their water, but choosing organic fruit, vegetables, grains, dairy, herbs and eating a diet that is oriented to alkaline foods that have been grown to sustain their nutritional value.

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by Vanessa Drummond, Co-Founder zazen

Preventing Fatigue to Optimise Your Potential

29th April, 2015
Alkaline water with berries and fruits

Fatigue is a normal part of life. If you live a busy life, by the end of a normal day you will feel some degree of fatigue. For many, a good night’s sleep handles their general fatigue.

The first distinction I am going to ask in relation to fatigue is this. Are you seeking to reduce your fatigue or are you seeking to optimise your energy, endurance and capacity to stay focused on the job at hand?

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by John Toomey, Nutritionist

What is the cause of dehydration and how can I clear it?

18th December, 2014

All nutrition is affected by dehydration. I regularly hear from clients and students who have been drinking over two litres of water a day, taking magnesium and are still dehydrated and magnesium deficient.

If you suffer from:

  • Arthritis
  • Chronic Pain
  • Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Migraines
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Parkinson's
  • ….. and probably a multitude of other health problems you are dehydrated and magnesium deficient.

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by Philip Rafferty, Kinergetics

Pure Water and Essential Oils – Best Buddies!

10th November, 2014
Citrus essential oils

There’s a lot of talk about water, and hydrating properly. Equally there is a lot of confusion about the matter too!  I’ve always said, water is crucial to any health regime, you simply can’t go through a day without it, and the quality of the water is so important.

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by Annie Clark, Author & Health Consultant

Dr Emoto Tribute

10th November, 2014
zazen Water Crystal - photographed by Dr Emoto

It was with great sadness that all of us at zazen Water heard about the recent passing of Dr. Masaru Emoto, world renowned Water Researcher and Author (The Healing Power of Water, Messages from Water and the Universe, and many more).

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by Janet Parker, CEO

10 Reasons to Drink Good Water

10th October, 2014
The body is 75% water

Did you know that your body is 75% water?  When we teach the kids our Water Ambassador lessons as part of our school program, we tell them this, and go on to tell them they aren't 75% juice, or 75% milk, only 75% water!  Maybe for adults, the equivalent is tea/coffee and wine/beer for the drinkers!  So it makes sense that the liquid we drink the most is water.  And water in our tea, coffee and fruit juice unfortunately doesn't count – only straight water!  So why is replacing this water so important?

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by Vanessa Drummond, Co-Founder zazen

Why dehydration is so dangerous

26th September, 2014
Dehydrated and hydrated apple

The scary thing about modern people is that most of us are dehydrated and don’t even realise it. And dehydration is not something that the body can afford to be —its deterioration is almost immediate.

Water is an important structural component of skin cartilage, tissues and organs. For human beings, every part of the body is dependent on water. Our body comprises about 75% water – the brain is 91%, blood is 90%, muscles are 75%, kidney is 82% and bones are 22% water. The functions of our glands and organs will eventually deteriorate if they are not nourished with water.

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by Janet Parker, CEO

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