Mix up your water and help to stay hydrated

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When we think about water and hydration we generally think about numerous glasses and bottles of the clear stuff that we are supposed to consume every single day. Far less often do we remember that we can use a number of different types of water to help optimise our hydration on a daily basis. 

Filtered water

Without a doubt the best option when it comes to drinking water suitable for the family. Filtered water not only tastes fantastic, but having a ready supply of great-tasting filtered water ensures that you and your family are not being exposed to contaminants, including heavy metals such as lead and common parasites that can be found in unfiltered water. Most importantly, contrary to popular belief, fluoride is not removed when your water is filtered using a system such as MicroPurity as used by Zip HydroTap®. Simply having ready access to filtered water is all you need to ensure your family drink more water daily. 

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Hot water

Imagine if you could prepare your favourite warm drink in just seconds as opposed to having to track down the teapot; brew the leaves, let it sit – who has that kind of time? On the other hand, having ready access to hot water means that you can enjoy your favourite hydrating teas as often as you like. For those of us who are not all that keen on drinking plain water, different types of tea may hold the answer to your hydration issues. Green tea in particular has a number of proven health benefits, including slightly increasing fat metabolism after meals. 

Sparkling water

Some like their water still and room temperature, while others really prefer the effervescence of sparking water. Contrary to popular belief, there is absolutely nothing wrong nutritionally with sparkling water – it does not contain added salt; it is not bad for the teeth and if it means you drink more water, it is a great daily choice of fluid. The beauty of having chilled sparkling water on tap is that you no longer have to worry about supplying bottled drinks when entertaining. You can simply serve chilled sparking at any time straight from your Zip HydroTap® All-In-One ARC design.

So if you are looking for a hydration solution for your family, consider installing one of the new Zip HydroTap® All-In-One ARC designs which now delivers all home water needs from a single tap. Offering filtered, boiling, chilled and sparkling water combined with a regular mixer tap with unfiltered hot and cold-water options (perfect for washing up). 

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With advanced energy efficiency and best-in-class cooling technology, the Zip HydroTap® All-in-One ARC also performs to the highest standards of environmental responsibility and sustainability. Unlike water-cooled systems, its air-cooled ventilation system doesn’t use precious water during the cooling process, instantly quenching your thirst while doing its bit to help the planet. When water is this irresistible, it’s easier than ever to drink more and improve your wellbeing, health and happiness. Discover more at www.zipwater.com.au.

Read how a Zip HydroTap® changed Susie’s life, here.

Susie is currently a brand ambassador for Zip. Read more about her partnership with Zip here.