Purify your body with Evian

Detox with EvianIt was with great delight that I visited the small town of Evian-les-Bains, home of Evian mineral water, on Lake Geneva (or Lac Léman, as the French like to call it)  last year. (You can read a little  more about that trip on the special features here and here.)   And it’s with  considerable interest that I hear about  Evian’s new website, Detox with Evian.

You’re probably already aware that your body is mainly made of water. But you may not know that this water completely renews every 6 weeks. So it makes sense to choose what you drink carefully… especially when you’re wanting to detox.

With this in mind, Evian have cleverly devised a couple of utilities for your desktop, including a ‘Desktop Re-Hydration Reminder’ (to remind you to drink Evian, naturally!), and made purifying your body a fun experience. In case you should think this isn’t for you, there’s a purity test you can take just to be sure.

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  1. John says:

    QUOTE: You’re probably already aware that your body is mainly made of water. But you may not know that this water completely renews every 6 weeks. So it makes sense to choose what you drink carefully… especially when you’re wanting to detox.

    Tap water is as good as anything all over Europe. Drinking bottled water is especially bad for the environment. It consumes 13 litres of water to make a 1 litre plastic bottle. One quarter of a cup of oil as well as a large carbon footprint to transport the water to you.
    WaterAid runs a campaign every World Water Week. Instead of buying bottled water at a restaurant ask for tap and the restaurant makes a donation to WaterAid. My suggestion is to always ask for tap and to donate the money to WaterAid for the 1 billion people who don’t have a safe drinking water supply at hand.

  2. Kay says:

    John, that sounds like a terrific idea. I really resent paying a lot for a brand name of bottled water. Some restaurants make it very difficult for you to avoid it by putting it on your table whether you want it or not. We always ask them to take it away.

    I’d not previously realised the environmental implications until I read your comment, so thanks for that.

  3. irene says:

    Think now a days most restaurants in the Uk are now waking up to the idea of tap water and now i don’t find it too bad when i ask for it. Particulalry here in scotland where the water tastes fab and it has long been accepted to get tap water in a restaurant.

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