TV & Celebrity

"The more I sit, watch, listen and absorb this hectic world we live in, the more I see we are losing our connection to what really matters, focusing on "things" instead of what’s truly important. There was once a time when your best friend was a dog, short shorts were cool (still cool by the way) and there were only two potato varieties: dirty and washed. No one had allergies, you didn’t know anyone who had passed from cancer and no child ever went hungry. Granted, things have to change, but you have to wonder: is ‘progress’ really progress, or are we moving forward at a such a rapid pace that the art to live has become a blur, just for the sake of moving forward?" - Jason Roberts Image: Sami Johnson Read more on Jason's blog post The Lost Art of Living http://www.chefjasonroberts.com/blog/the-lost-art-of-living . . . #ChefJasonRoberts #JasonRoberts #AquaBotanical #Connection #Life #RealLife #Healthy #Nurtition #TheArtofLiving #Nurture #Australia...

"Not a shopfront, but by far the most exciting find in my opinion at the Vegan Festival. Aqua Botanicals are revolutionising the way we hydrate ourselves, minimizing the impact on the planet at the same time. The world’s first water sourced entirely from fruit and vegetables, they produce fresh water from filtering and mineralising the aqueous liquid from the leftover juice concentrate discarded by juice producers. Whilst I am not a fan of buying water due to the impact of the bottled water industry on the environment, I dislike more my family consuming the fluoride found in Adelaide tap water. AB’s water comes in recyclable glass bottles and is doing a favour to the environment, so it’s our water of choice now and you can discover their full story online." Check out her blog here: http://ow.ly/hyF5306fGSc So glad you discovered us! 💦 🍃 The Anicca Way 🌎 #veganfestival #adelaide #aquabotanical #theaniccaway...

The world's first Water Sommelier Martin Riese loves his water, telling us "you should value water more than gas. When there's no more water try to drink your gas." Our thoughts exactly! AquaBotanical water is truly sustainable as it grows in the fruit and vegetables we use for food. Farmers are now able to efficiently utilise their fruit and vegetables by producing fruit juice and #Aquabotanical water in parallel. #innovation #watersommelier #martinriese...