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The Benefits of Drinking Water from a Copper Vessel....

Copper is an essential trace mineral vital to human health. It is one of the first metal that humans came in contact with on the top surface of the earth and soon realised the benefits and made it part of everyday life.  Studies have found that it aids in reducing inflammation, enhances brain function, increases iron absorption, aids in healthy weight loss, slows aging, fights cancer and maintains healthy heart (Olivares, M and Uauy, R, 1996). Studies have found that storing water in a copper vessel creates a natural purification process. Copper ions dissolve in that water in small amounts is termed as the Oligodynamic effect. It can kill all the microorganisms, molds, fungi, algae and bacteria, present in the water that could be harmful to the body and make the water perfectly fit for drinking.    Storing Water...

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The Shocking Reasons You Need to Use Alternatives to Plastic Straws

Plastic straws have been at the forefront of controversy lately, as shocking photos of plastic-filled oceans and injured turtles wash ashore on social media. You can make a difference! Here are the top five alternatives to plastic straws that will make a significant impact in reducing the plastic that’s slowly taking over the world.

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a tableware that grows on trees!

  In today’s busy lifestyle and all the running around, it’s hard to get the right balance of natural products into our lives. Even though with our desire to go natural whenever and wherever possible, it is sometimes impossible to find natural products with the same sort of efficiency and performance to compete with their synthetic or unnatural counterparts.   My wife and me personally at times have been on and off from some natural alternatives just because of the same reason as we found them to be a bit more time consuming and unpractical at times to fit in our busy schedules.   The good thing’s been that the fire in our heart to be closer to nature has...

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