EarthWater Goes Off-Roading with Josh Herzing at 3P Offroad

Josh Herzing is the owner and operations manager at 3P Offroad and has one of the coolest jobs we have ever heard of… racing super-charged dune buggies.  3P Offroad started in a small garage in Texas centered around a love for the ATV industry and is your one-stop shop for ALL Can-AM & Polaris ATV/ Side-By-Side needs. 


EarthWater connected with Josh through a post on social media where he mentioned that FulHum helped him stay hydrated during their recent race in 105-degree heat! Needless to say, we were excited to ask Mr. Herzing some more questions about these crazy awesome machines and how EarthWater has played a role in what they do over at 3P Offroad!


What was the race called and where was it?


The race is called Vegas to Reno, is an off-road race through Nevada's rough terrain desert.  The start is outside of Las Vegas and it finishes in Reno Nevada.   This is the Longest off-road race in America. 


What type of vehicles do you race?


We race a Polaris RZR 1000 which is a UTV (utility vehicle or utility task vehicle). Think of a dune buggy on steroids!


How many racers participated and how did it go?


This race had about 350 racers!  Our class (Pro UTV Production) had 40 entries, we had some serious mechanical failures that resulted in us getting a 14th place finish.  


Which EarthWater Product did you use?


 We used the FulHum concentrate inside of water bottles. 


How did EarthWater help you during the race and after?


The temperatures in the desert out there were 110 degrees plus and with us being inside the race car for almost 20 hours it is very easy to get dehydrated.   Many teams that were not familiar with EarthWater were using IV's before the race.   The FulHum gave our bodies the hydration and minerals we needed to complete this race safely and efficiently 


When is the next one and where can people go to learn more about you?


The next race is in Laughlin, Nevada in October, after that we have the legendary Baja 1000 in Ensenada Mexico.  Our company name is 3P Offroad and we are located in Houston, Texas.  


Check out 3P Offroad via:


Website: Instagram: @3poffroad Facebook: 3P Offroad


Another massive thank you to Josh Herzing from 3P Offroad for sharing his story with us! 


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Thanks for reading and be sure to tune in next week for more exciting EarthWater news and updates!


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The Egg: Still Alive and Kickin’

The Egg: Still Alive and Kickin’

The egg. It is, has been, and most likely will remain a staple food item in all of our lives. Records dating as far back as 1400 B.C. show fowl birds laying eggs for man in Egypt and China. Hens have been domesticated in Europe since 600 B.C. Today, we add it to dishes, baked with it, use it as batter, and throw it at the occasional house. A million questions have been asked about it. Should we eat the yolk? Should we eat the white? Should it be included in the vegetarian diet? Did it come before or after the chicken? More importantly, its nutritional value remains heavily debated over.

A recent, long-term study involving the analysis of almost 500,000 Chinese adults found that increased egg consumption (up to <1 egg/day) can significantly decrease cardiovascular risk (Cardiovascular disease, Ischaemic heart disease, major coronary events, haemorrhagic stroke as well as ischaemic stroke). Specifically, the results showed that daily consumers had an 18% lower risk of cardiovascular disease related death and 28% lower risk of haemorrhagic stroke death compared to non-consumers. Statistical analysis attempts to take into account potential co-factors such as age at recruitment, sex, education level, household income, marital status, alcohol consumption, physical activity, BMI, waist to hip ratio, prevalent hypertension, use of aspirin, family history of cardiovascular disease, intake of multivitamin supplementation and dietary pattern. Excluded from the study were individuals reporting a history of cancer, heart disease or stroke, and diabetes. READ THE FULL REPORT HERE1.

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*The egg also contains essential minerals, specifically Phosphorus, Iodine, and Selenium.3

Happy Friday EW Nation. Eat eggs and drink EarthWater.








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Maybe… I don’t know. How can I tell? Well, here at Earthwater, we’re all about keeping YOU hydrated for the summer time.  This week, we wanted to remind you of some of the symptoms that could come with being DEHYDRATED:

·       Extreme thirst

·       Less frequent urination

·       Dark-colored urine

·       Fatigue

·       Dizziness

·       Confusion

Specifically, for Infants or Young Children

·       Dry mouth and tongue

·       No tears when crying

·       No wet diapers for three hours

·       Sunken eyes, cheeks

·       Sunken soft spot on top of skull

·       Listlessness or irritability

When Should You See a Doctor?

·       If diarrhea lasts for 24 hours or more

·       If your infant Is irritable or disoriented and much sleepier or less active than usual

·       If you are unable to keep down fluids

·       If you have bloody or black stool

To learn more about potential causes, risk factors, complications, and prevention methods, please visit

FULHUM contains 77+ natural trace minerals that help to better rehydrate your body.

Where in the World is it the Hottest, Right Now?

Hello, EW Fans!  You were probably wondering to yourself this fine Friday morning, “where on earth is it the hottest right now?” Well, we have your answer.  Below are 19 cities with the highest temperatures as of 10:00 AM CST.  

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Here are some easy-to-do tips to help keep you healthy & hydrated throughout the day for Summer time:
1.    Keep a bottle of water next to you.  Better yet, why not a bottle of FULHUM water. 
2.    Remember to put on Sun Screen.
3.    Eat food and fruits with high water content. 
4.    Limit intake of potential diuretics such as coffee, teas, and colas. 

THE BASICS of Dieting and Exercise

Summer time is BACK AGAIN!! For some, this means family, friends, fun, and pool season. For others, unfortunately, it can mean fat, fat, and fat. We know how much shade tummy tub can throw on your summer plans, so for this week, we’re going to talk about some basics that involves weight-loss. If you are adamant about losing weight, we’ve collected some research that will help you get on your way. As always, we turn to our trusted resource, MERCK MANUALS, to assist us in helping you merc away those unwanted pounds.


Listed below are some notable points we took from an article on weight-loss, written by Dr. Adrienne Youdim, MD, Associate Professor of Medicine; Associate Professor of Medicine, David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA; Cedars Sinai Medical Center.


-          Weight loss ultimately requires consuming fewer calories than the body uses, so therefore it is important to keep in mind that in order to lose weight, you’ll have to eat less and exercise more.

-          As people lose weight, the body starts using energy more efficiently (a mechanism to protect against starvation). This is why weight-loss is always an uphill battle.

-          One pound of body fat stores about 3,500 calories

-          People are usually advised to consume 500 to 1000 fewer calories per day to lose about 1 to 2 pounds per week

-          How much fat and weight are lost, even when the same number of calories is eliminated, varies a great deal from one person to another

-          Most conservative weight loss diets involve consuming at least 1,200 to 1,400 calories a day

-          When rapid weight loss is needed, fewer than 1,200 calories may be consumed, though this should be used only if prescribed and supervised by a doctor

-          Diet should contain enough essential nutrients, including protein, vitamins and minerals!

-          Consuming fewer than 800 calories is NOT RECOMMENDED

-          Weight loss diets should provide about the same volume of food, but less calories (less saturated fat and sugar and more fluids and fibers)


-          Vigorous walking burns about 4 calories per minute. That’s 240 calories in 1 hour.

-          Running can burn twice as many calories (about 6 to 8 calories per minute).

-          When at rest, muscle tissue burns more calories than fat tissue, which is why weight and resistance training is recommended to increase muscle to fat ratio and maintain weight-loss.   

Always remember to consult a doctor before making lifestyle or health related changes, especially if you have medical issues or in an older age group. For the full article, which includes general guidelines as well as analyses on different types of diets, please visit MERCK MANUALS.

Also, have you heard of our Sugar-Free Weight Loss Challenge? We’re giving away a free trip!!!

National Osteoporosis Month is Here Y’all!

Hey EW Nation! We are about health! So, as part of health, we’d like to make you aware of National Osteoporosis Month. It’s a campaign headed by the National Osteoporosis Foundation intended to educate individuals on the prevention and management of Osteoporosis. Just take a look at their Jumping Jack Challenge Videos!

To help us learn more about Osteoporosis, CONSUMERSAFETY.ORG kindly offered us some information and resources regarding this topic:

About Medication Use

-        “Experts say it is crucial to weigh the benefits of the medicine against the possible negative effect on the bones.”

-        “The US National Library of Medicine reports that many doctors are unaware that commonly prescribed medications contribute to significant bone loss and fractures. This is why it’s important for patients to research their medications.”

-        “Corticosteroids such as prednisone may be used as a therapy to treat rheumatologic inflammatory conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis and systemic lupus erythematosus. Severe inflammation caused by these conditions can damage critical organs, which is why steroids may be prescribed. Corticosteroids have been shown to cause glaucoma, high blood pressure, and osteoporosis, so it’s essential for doctors to monitor a patient while going through steroid therapy.”

-        “The elderly population has the highest risk for drug-induced osteoporosis. Drug-induced osteoporosis occurs when therapeutic agents increase the risk of significant bone loss and fracture.”

-        “If you’re concerned about a medication casing bone loss, talk to your doctor to find out if there’s an alternative. Never stop taking a medication without speaking to your doctor first.”

About Lifestyle

-        “A poor diet often consists of high fat, salty foods. Sodium causes calcium loss, which weakens bones over time.”

-        Exercise strengthens muscles and improves overall bone health. Experts recommend incorporating weight-bearing and muscle-strengthening exercises into a weekly routine for optimal bone health.”

About Gender and Age

-        “Women are much more likely to develop osteoporosis than men, though men do develop the disease”

-         “Did you know estrogen helps to protect the bones? This hormone decreases sharply when women reach menopause, which may lead to bone loss. This is why the chance of developing osteoporosis increases as a woman ages."

-        “For both men and women, as a result of the aging process, the bone deteriorates in composition, structure, and function, which can predispose people to osteoporosis.”

#GoTeamEarthWater #ConsumerSafety.ORG #NationalOsteoporosisMonth

REFERENCES - Fact Sheet_National Osteoporosis Month(pdf).

Achieving Balance: Battling Obesity through Wellness-Focused Habits

Obesity has reached epidemic levels in the United States. It’s a crisis with far-reaching health implications for millions of Americans and translates to massive health care costs for taxpayers. It can be difficult for individuals struggling with a chronic weight problem to shed pounds and maintain a healthy weight and lifestyle. A well-considered combination of exercise, diet and wellness-focused activity can help you achieve the right mindset and empower yourself by emphasizing personal wellness and a spirit of optimism.

Do what works for you

It doesn’t make much sense to commit to a diet-and-exercise routine that you dislike. You’re apt to quit or put insufficient effort into it, which won’t get you any nearer your objective. Look for physical activity that make you feel good such as strength and resistance training, aerobic dance exercise, meditation, yoga or martial arts. Don’t be afraid to try something you haven’t done before, or to pursue an activity that’s always interested you. You might even discover something that could help change your life. Try thinking out of the box and exercise with your dog - hit the trail for a nice, relaxing hike, or go for a job together at the nearest dog park.

Personal well-being

Working toward a healthier you means more than reaching a baseline weight or being able to do a set number of pull-ups. It’s also about personal happiness and feeding your soul with enjoyable activities that make you feel good. Focus on self-care habits such as watching a favorite movie, walking in the woods or taking time out from a busy schedule to read a few chapters of that novel you’ve always meant to finish. Doing things you enjoy lowers the blood pressure, reduces stress and activates “feel-good” chemicals in the brain including serotonin, melatonin and dopamine.

Get your sleep

People who struggle to lose weight often are unaware that shorting yourself on sleep makes it more difficult to shed pounds. You need a healthy metabolism to burn those calories, and your metabolism suffers when you’re not getting enough sleep. According to an article in Shape Magazine, sleep is the most important thing you can do to lose weight because, among other things, there’s a direct connection between weight gain and a lack of sleep.  

Eat right

You can exercise six times a day, but it won’t do much good if you fail to couple it with a healthy diet. Losing weight doesn’t mean starving yourself, followed by a period of binge eating. Instead, seek balance with vegetables and fruit, whole grain breads, low-fat dairy, protein, healthy meat and nuts. If you’re still having a hard time losing weight, consult your doctor or a nutritionist, who can lay out a complete and wholesome diet that complements your exercise routine.

Tracking your progress

Using a bathroom scale to track your progress can be a discouraging and fruitless endeavor. Instead, try other methods, such as increased breathing capacity, sleeping more soundly, more energy and compliments from people who are close to you are far more gratifying indications that you’re making real progress. Instead of feeling listless in the afternoon after lunch, you’ll have the energy you need to get through the rest of the work day productively. Reduced stress and greater mobility are also good indicators that you’ve lost weight and achieved a healthier overall condition.

Crash diets, weight loss pills and fad exercise regimens hold little hope for people who struggle with obesity and seek a sustainable healthy weight and lifestyle. Track your progress through changes in your physical appearance and energy level.


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EarthWater Supports ADA's Tour de Cure

EarthWater cares about public health and disease prevention. For this reason, we are proud to endorse the American Diabetes Association’s TOUR de CURE.  The purpose of this campaign is to raise money for diabetes research by holding events in more than 40 States around the United States, where you can walk, run, or bike designated routes for this important cause.


Here are some facts from the ADA:

  • Diabetes affects 1 in 11 Americans.
  • 90% of Prediabetics don’t know they have it.
  • The total cost of diabetes and prediabetes in the U.S. is $322 billion.
  • People with diabetes have health care costs 2.3x greater than those without diabetes.
  • The average price of insulin increased nearly 3x between 2002 and 2013.
  • People with diabetes are at higher risk of serious health complications, including:
  1. Stroke
  2. Blindness
  3. Kidney Disease
  4. Hearth Disease
  5. Loss of Toes, Feet, or Legs

 Ways You Can Help





Underneath the Skin’s Surface

&nbsp; &nbsp; Jasmine Canady (Miss Earth Virginia 2017)

    Jasmine Canady (Miss Earth Virginia 2017)

As an official sponsor to the Miss Earth United States pageant this year, one cannot go without thinking about beauty. And when one thinks about beauty, one cannot go without thinking about skincare. As with beauty, skincare starts from the inside out.

There is surmounting evidence to suggest that how your skin naturally looks and feels on the outside is a manifestation of what is going on internally. Your skin is the largest organ in the body. So just as with any other organ, like your heart or liver, what you eat and how well you’re able to maintain it, will ultimately affect the condition of those organs. Terms such as ‘Holistic Skincare’, ‘Ingestible Skin Products’, ‘Body Skincare’ too, are becoming increasingly popular.

Therefore, this week, we are talking about how and which minerals may be beneficial for the health of your skin.

Selenium has shown to play a key role in skin care prevention both topically and when ingested regularly.

Copper has shown to help maintain and even improve skin elasticity and thickness.

Zinc is sometimes used to tame oil production and therefore control the development of acne. In fact, acne itself may be a symptom of zinc deficiency.

#FUNFact: Our Humic/Fulvic Complex Contains Traces of All These Minerals.

Don’t miss out on the crowning of a new Miss Virginia Earth United States THIS WEEKEND, April 21-22, at the Crystal City Marriott at Reagan National Airport in Crystal City, VA!

You can check out the Event Page and reigning 2017 Virginia Queens here:


Bouchez, Colette. “Nutrients for Healthy Skin: Inside and Out.” WebMD. WebMD LLC., 2018. Accessed 19 April 2018.

Nutrition and The Aging Body


As we age, so do our bodies.  Depending on how well we have maintained it over the years, its ability to absorb nutrients and handle water may also begin to decline. This week’s blog aims to provide insight into what some of those changes are and ways you can compensate for them.

Of course, each person’s body is different and therefore this information does not apply to everyone.

However, one could benefit by making changes to their diet based on these observations. Given the medical nature of this text, I will quote directly from Merck Manuals:

[Calories: As people age, they tend to be less active and thus use less energy, making it easier to gain weight. If they try to consume fewer calories to avoid weight gain, they may not get all the nutrients needed – particularly vitamins and minerals. If older people stay physically active, their need for calories may not change.

Protein: As people age, they tend to lose muscle. If older people do not consume enough protein, they may lose even more muscle. For older people who have problems eating (for example, because of difficulty swallowing or dental disorders), protein can be consumed in foods that are easier to chew than meat, such as fish, dairy products, eggs, peanut butter, beans, and soy products.

Fiber: Eating enough fiber can help counter the slowing of the digestive tract that occurs as people age. Older people should eat 8 to 12 servings of high-fiber foods daily. Getting fiber from foods is best, but fiber supplements, such as psyllium, may be needed.

Vitamins and minerals: Older people may need to take supplements of specific vitamins and minerals in addition to a multivitamin. Calcium, vitamin D, and vitamin B12 are examples. Getting enough calcium and vitamin D from the diet is difficult. These nutrients are needed to maintain strong Bones, which are particularly important for older people. Some older people do not absorb enough vitamin B12, even though they consume enough in foods, because the stomach and intestine become less able to remove vitamin B12 from food or to absorb it. Older people with this problem can absorb vitamin B12 better when it is given as a supplement

Water: As people age, they are more likely to become dehydrated because their ability to sense thirst decreases. Thus, older people need to make a conscious effort to drink enough fluids rather than wait until they feel thirsty.]1

As we age, we’re also more likely to have disorders or take drugs, which can further complicate our diet and nutritional needs. So, as always, please remember to consult your primary care physician before making any health changes.


[1] Youdim, Adrienne M.D. “Diets.” MERCK MANUAL Consumer Version. Merck Sharp & Dohme Corp.,  a subsidiary of Merck & Co., Inc., 2018. Accessed 12 April 2018.

Can We All Recycle?

There’s Just No Reason Not To.

We all know that recycling is better for the environment. But how? To give you an introduction, in 2014, the United States generated about 258 million tons of MSW (municipal solid waste). Of that, only ~89 million tons of it was recycled and/or composted.1 This makes our overall recycling rate around 35%. To put that into better light, Canada’s recycling rate was 26.8%2 in 2012 and the UK’s was around 43%3 in 2015.

According to the Environmental Protection Agency4, recycling

1.     Reduces the amount of waste sent to landfills and incinerators

2.     Conserves natural resources such as timber, water and minerals

3.     Increases economic security by tapping a domestic source of materials

4.     Prevents pollution by reducing the need to collect new raw materials

5.     Saves energy (2/3 as much vs. using raw material5)

6.     Supports American manufacturing and conserves valuable resources

7.     Helps create jobs in the recycling and manufacturing industries in the United States


What’s even worse for the environment is if our trash ends up on the side of the road. These items get washed into our rivers, end up in our oceans, and create havoc for the ecosystem. According to new studies, scientists have discovered that animals not only eat ocean plastics because it looks like food, but because it smells like it too.6

This is why Earthwater, in collaboration with Garbo Grabber, is sponsoring volunteers, THIS SATURDAY, to help clean up the riverbeds of our historical Trinity River @ Tipton Park.

Date & Time:      Sat, April 7, 2018

                                    10:00 AM  - 1:00 PM

Location:               3607 Magdeline Street

                                    Dallas, TX 75212

Contact:                 (972) 940-2204


Register Link:

















©EarthWater, Ltd. 2018

5 Positive Habits for Sustainable Weight Loss


Are you stuck in a constant cycle of losing weight only to gain it back? As popular as quick-fix diets are, they’re not all that effective at keeping weight off. That’s because as soon as the diet is over, we go back to our old ways and the scale creeps back up. If you want to maintain a healthier body for life, you need to get fit using methods that are sustainable for the long-term. Not sure what that looks like? Here are five things you should do when you’re trying to lose weight.

1. Address Mental Health Issues

Sometimes the biggest hurdle in weight loss isn’t the number on the scale but the state of your mind. If you have a difficult relationship with food, a mental health practitioner can help you identify triggers and develop a plan for overcoming disordered eating habits. Mental health conditions such as depression can also contribute to weight gain. In fact, the majority of people with serious mental health conditions are overweight or obese, according to the National Institute of Mental Health. Sometimes a mental illness makes it difficult to live a healthy lifestyle. Weight gain can also be a side effect of prescribed medications. In either case, talking with your mental health provider is the first step to getting your health on track.

2. Make Incremental Diet Changes

Most popular diets tell adherents to change their entire way of eating at once. While the foods and meal plans they suggest might, in fact, be healthy choices, trying to overhaul your entire diet is setting yourself up for failure. You’re much more likely to succeed in transforming your diet if you make one small change at a time. Once the change becomes habit, introduce the next one. Transitioning your diet one step at a time limits the feelings of deprivation that cause you to give up on fad diets. One simple change you can begin with is how you hydrate. By swapping your tap or store-bought bottled water with products that provide added benefits, such as trace minerals, you can kick start your weightloss journey. Earth Water hydrates the body while staving off stress, encouraging restful sleep, and reducing pain due to arthritis, all factors that can help you maintain a healthy lifestyle.

3. Choose Fun Exercises

If working out feels like an exercise in self-punishment, you’re doing it wrong. It’s much easier to make physical fitness a part of your life when it’s something you enjoy. Exercising with your dog is a great way to keep your workouts fun and stress-free. Instead of running laps around the block, enjoy some fresh air and burn calories while chasing your dog around the dog park. Or if you’re trying to build strength and flexibility, try these suggestions from Greatist to combine a full-body workout with dog park fun. Most cities have several dog parks available to residents. If you’re not sure where to look, just check out Or if your in one of the following cities, you can easily find a park. Consider: Indianapolis, IN, Miami, FL, Raleigh, NCSan Jose, CA, Portland, OR, Knoxville, TN, Saint Paul, MN, Madison, WI, Calgary or Albuquerque, NM. Don’t have a dog? There are plenty of other ways to make exercise interesting, like picking up an active hobby or joining a fitness class with friends. When you look forward to an activity, you’re more inclined to pursue it for the long-term.

4. Set Realistic Goals

Your body isn’t going to change overnight. Weight loss tends to happen more slowly than weight gain, and depending on how much you hope to lose, it could be months or years before you reach your goal. Set short-term and realistic weight loss goals and calculate how long it will take to meet your goal. Rather than relying on the mirror or scale, track your progress through activity logs and photographs so you can monitor how your body is changing.

5. Love Your Body

Loving your body is easier said than done. After all, who doesn’t have a feature or two they’d like to change? But loving your body isn’t about thinking it’s flawless. Rather, it’s about accepting the body you have and acknowledging it as worthy of love, care, and attention now, not just after you reach your target weight. Only through self-love can you find the motivation to make physical health and wellness a priority in life. 

Losing weight is hard, so isn’t it better to only do it once? If you want to get off the yo-yo of fad diets and cleanses and lose weight for good, these are five tips you can’t afford to ignore. While we can’t guarantee these suggestions will make weight loss enjoyable, they will make it achievable.

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Of all the essential minerals required by our bodies, salt, also known as sodium, is one of the minerals we need the most of (~1,000 milligrams per day for the healthy adult); however, too much sodium can potentially lead to health complications.  Essential minerals and vitamins cannot be naturally produced within our bodies and therefore must be consumed in our diet.

Sodium is essential to the human body for two primary functions:


1.     Standard nerve and muscle functions

2.     To assist the body in maintaining a healthy electrolyte and fluid balance

Most sodium is obtained from the foods we eat and lose it primarily through sweat and urine. As we get older, it becomes increasingly more difficult for our bodies to maintain healthy fluid and sodium balance due to:

1.     Decreased ability to detect and signal imbalances

2.     Declining kidney function

3.     Overall less fluid in the body

4.     Decreased mobility; therefore, not as much access to liquids

5.     Drugs

Excessive sodium levels can be tied to dehydration, where people lose body fluid due to not drinking enough water.  Additionally, hypertension can occur which can lead to cardiovascular disease.

Low sodium levels may also be the result of fluid loss, such as through severe vomiting or diarrhea, but in the sense that you are losing more salt than fluid. Certain conditions that cause people to drink too much water can also contribute to this complication as the sodium in our bodies become overly diluted.

EarthWater’s flagship product, FulHum, can help rehydrate, replenish, and recover minerals and electrolytes your body needs when sodium levels throw you off balance.  Try some today and order EarthWater exclusively sold on Amazon!

To learn more about minerals and vitamins such as sodium, please visit the link below:


EarthWater Limited

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Learn Health. Live Health. Become Healthier.


In today’s society, it’s almost impossible to escape the constant bombardment of information. It seems like there are a million and one different dieting and exercise tips promising you weight-loss, fat-burn, muscle gain, increased energy, longevity, etc. But which ones are backed by scientific evidence and which ones are backed by images that convey ‘fitness’? Words like carbs, whole-grain, fiber, and protein get thrown around like we’re all nutritionists and dieticians. To be honest, what the whole-grain is whole-grain anyway? Does it come in half-grain for half the price? This massive overload of information can drive one nuts! I almost want to say, “You know what, I’m over my waist line!”. But before you go and give up on health and wellness, we implore you to first learn about the human body through credible medical text. Things such as what nutrients are, the different types of nutrients, how they’re metabolized into our cells, how that provides us energy, how fat gets stored, function of essential vitamins & trace minerals, the importance of electrolyte balance, and how water plays into it all.

Through the online version of Merck Manuals, you can learn the facts about the human body, pH level, nutrition, water, and electrolyte balance, etc. We’ve provided these links for you in the research section of our website, as well as some others to books and e-books, government websites, scientific journals, and various articles pertaining to alkaline water and fulvic/humic substances. Our hope is that you be empowered through this knowledge and figure out what your body needs and what works best for you in your efforts to achieving fitness goals.

Also, please don’t forget to try our products and let us know what you think.


©Earthwater Ltd. 2018

How Important is Hydration to NASCAR Drivers?

Perhaps more than you may realize...


Even if you are not an active fan, you have probably been exposed to NASCAR at one point or another. There is way more to racing than just driving around a circular track at high speeds, it is a physically and mentally taxing sport. EarthWater spent 2017 as the Official Water of BK Racing and had the opportunity to gain some serious track-side experience with this incredible team. After nearly a year in the pit with BK Racing, we can now offer an insider perspective on the athleticism that goes into each NASCAR race and why it's so pertinent for each driver to stay hydrated while racing.

So, what does NASCAR have to do with Earthwater’s fulvic/humic infused supplement water? Most races typically last at least 3 hours (not including delays), and as a driver there are other risks involved besides crashing the car or vehicle malfunctions. Other risks associated with racing include the inhalation of harmful fumes (gasoline, burning rubber), hearing loss due to track noise, and the largest risk being - DEHYDRATION!

Spending 3+ hours tightly fit into a car with burn-prevention gear, helmets, and gloves can severely dehydrate someone as temperatures can reach well over 100+ degrees, especially on a hot day. In more severe cases, it could even lead to deep vein thrombosis or blood clotting. In fact, cup series driver Brian Vickers was ordered by his physician to stop racing for 6 months after developing such a clot.

Additionally, Jimmie Johnson and Dale Earnhardt Jr both had to be treated due to severe dehydration after races. Earnhardt Jr needed bags of IV fluids, and here is a video of Johnson receiving aid after being helped out of his car from a race. -

Here is another example where Kyle Busch collapsed to the ground after a race, gasping for air. He was transported and treated at the onsite medical facility for overheating and increased carbon monoxide levels, and was later released. -

During a recent interview with NASCAR driver Gray Gaulding, a 19-year-old Virginian who started racing in NASCAR Legends series since age 12, he mentions that he would lose between 10-13 pounds after a race. Astoundingly, he regularly weighs in at 155 lbs. That’s a lot of water lost in just 3 hours. In efforts to support him, NASCAR, and the importance of hydration, EarthWater, in partnership with BK Racing, is sponsoring Gaulding and the #23 car THIS SUNDAY, February 25th at Folds of Honor QuikTrip 500, kicking off the first race of the 2018 Monster Energy Cup Series Season. We’ll be there in person to cheer him on, so don’t forget to catch us on live FOX!


Since introducing Gaulding to our flagship product, FulHum, he claims it has kept him better hydrated during races than normal water and has become part of his pre and post-race routine.

We know that hydration is an extremely important factor in the competitive world of NASCAR and we are proud to provide BK Racing and its drivers with an even BETTER water - one that packs incredible, natural minerals, absorbs faster into the body, has a +9 pH and antioxidants, all to help keep this team running at peak speed!

Watch Gray’s interview with EarthWater:

View Gray’s upcoming schedule:

What the Water?!

Let's talk about (our favorite subject)  the one thing on Earth so precious to our planet that all living organisms need it in order to survive. It covers 70% of our planet's surface and is the reason Earth is the only known inhabited planet in the universe: Water.

We all have a general understanding and appreciation that water is important – for instance, "don't waste water" has been ingrained into most of our brains since childhood, and like most people, you probably remember to turn the faucet off while brushing your teeth and possibly even time your showers in the spirit of conservation. But, as indispensable as water is to all of us, how much do we really pay attention to it, especially in the type we drink?

For most of us, water is easy to take for granted. When we're thirsty, we never have to go far to find accessible water to drink – a water fountain, the tap, the convenience or grocery store for bottled water. Of course, between those three options, there's definitely an automatic preference that bottled water is the best option.

Which is true on a basic level. We generally assume that bottled water has been purified, or believe it's been sourced from a natural spring, and that it's cleaner and safer than drinking from the tap or a public water fountain; But not all bottled water is created equal, comes from the same place, is treated the same way, or has the same things in it.

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How much do you know about the bottled water you drink?

[1] Per Wikipedia, bottled water is defined as (a) drinking water packaged in plastic or glass bottles; (b) may or may not be carbonated; and (c) comes in various sizes. From that, all we can really say is that it comes in a bottle, sold in different sizes, and potentially carbonated, or sparkling.

[2] The FDA defines bottled water as “water that is intended for human consumption and that is sealed in bottles or other containers with no added ingredients except that it may optionally contain safe and suitable antimicrobial agents.”

[3] Taken from the EPA website, below are categorical terms that define the different types of drinking water available to us in bottled form:

Ø Artesian water, ground water, spring water, well water – water from an underground aquifer which may or may not be treated. Well water and artesian water are tapped through a well. Spring water is collected as it flows to the surface or via a bore-hole. Ground water can be either.

Ø Distilled water – steam from boiling water is re-condensed and bottled. Distilling water kills microbes and removes water’s natural minerals, giving it a flat taste.

Ø Drinking water – water intended for human consumption and sealed in bottles or other containers with no ingredients except that it may optionally contain safe and suitable disinfectants. Fluoride may be added within limitations set in the bottled water quality standards.

Ø Mineral water – ground water that naturally contains 250 or more parts per million of total dissolved solids.

Ø Purified water – water that originates from any source but has been treated to meet the U.S. Pharmacopeia definition of purified water. Purified water is essentially free of all chemicals (it must not contain more than 10 parts per million of total dissolved solids), and may also be free of microbes if treated by distillation or reverse osmosis. Purified water may alternatively be labeled according to how it is treated

Ø Sterile water – water that originates from any source, but has been treated to meet the U.S. Pharmacopeia standards for sterilization. Sterilized water is free from all microbes

Note: Carbonated water, soda water, seltzer water, sparkling water, and tonic water are considered soft drinks and are not regulated as bottled water

Taken from the same source, listed below are common ways in which water is treated prior to bottling:

Ø Distillation – water is boiled, and the steam is condensed to remove salts, metals, minerals, asbestos, particles, and some organic materials

Ø Micron Filtration – water is filtered through screens with microscopic holes. The smaller the filter holes, the more contaminants the filter can remove. Good filters can remove most chemical contaminants and microbes. Filter holes are measured in microns.

Ø Ozonation – water is disinfected using ozone, which kills most microbes, depending on dosage applied.

Ø Reverse Osmosis – water is forced under pressure to pass through a membrane, leaving contaminants behind. This process removes all microbes, minerals, color, turbidity, organic and inorganic chemicals.

Ø Ultraviolet (UV) light – water is passed through UV light, which kills most microbes, depending on dosage applied.

Well folks, that’s all for this week. Thank you for tuning in and I hope you learned a little bit about drinking water.

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[1] Wikipedia, Bottled water. Wikimedia Foundation, 2017. Accessed 24 Jan 2018.

[2] US Food and Drug Administration, Sec. 165. 110 Bottled water. Code of Federal Regulations, 2017. Accessed 24 Jan 2018.

[3] US Environmental Protection Agency, Bottled Water Basics. NSCEP/NEPIS, 2005.[PDF]. Accessed 24 Jan 2018.

Question of the Day: Is it ACTUALLY Healthier to Drink Mineral Water?


Well, it depends on which minerals, how much your body needs, and the amount you’re taking in. Did you know that most of the food you eat, even the fruits and vegetables we eat are not as nutritious as they used to be due to mineral depletion in the soil. We know what minerals our bodies need, but it's important to add them to your diet in the right amounts and in a way your body can actually absorb and benefit from.

It's also important to note that not all minerals are created equal and our bodies need different minerals in different amounts for different purposes. Some are beneficial, some are harmful, and some are beneficial but harmful at high levels. Common macro-minerals such as Sodium, Potassium, and Calcium are necessary for the normal functioning and development of bones, muscles, heart, and brain. But there are also more uncommon ones such as Chromium, Fluorine, Molybdenum, and Selenium that are required in trace quantities.  

According to the Merck Manuals, there are six macro-minerals which are needed by your body in gram amounts: 

  • Sodium, Potassium, Calcium, Magnesium, Chloride, and Phosphorus 

By the same token, there are nine trace minerals needed in minute amounts: 

  • Chromium, Copper, Fluorine, Iodine, Iron, Manganese, Molybdenum, Selenium, and Zinc 

If you would like to learn more about these minerals, please find linked below the referenced Merck Manuals webpage. There contains information on all the above-mentioned minerals, common sources for those minerals, their specific functions, and the effects of deficiency and toxicity. There also includes guidelines to the daily intake of those minerals, separated out by age and gender. 

Thanks for listening, and Please Drink EarthWater – Collected, Purified, and Alkalized by the Infusion of 70+ trace minerals essential to your well being. 

Overview of Minerals – Merck Manuals   

Have a Less Toxic New Year

Toxins are often unavoidable in everyday life, but some simple changes could greatly reduce the number of toxins that you encounter throughout the day. This year I implore you to challenge yourself to have a less toxic year. Leave the gym and diet filled New Year’s resolutions in 2017 and this year vow to limit the toxic exposure in your home!

1.)   BPA: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has identified detectable levels of BPA, in 93 percent of people tested. BPA, or Bisphenol A, is a chemical that is used to make shatterproof plastics and plastics that contain the chemical are labeled as a number 7. The effects of BPA are yet to be fully understood as just 40 years ago BPA was not in consumer products. Studies have shown that elevated rates of BPA are linked to the development of breast and prostate cancer, asthma and cardiovascular problems. Prenatal exposure to the chemical has also been linked to aggression and hyperactivity, according to a University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill study of 2-year-old girls. Rid your home of number 7 plastics to avoid BPA exposure - a switch to glass or metal reusable containers and bottles could easily quell any risk of exposure.

2.)   Asbestos: A known carcinogen, asbestos, is commonly found in the home. The microscopic fibers were used heavily in building materials in the United States throughout the 1970s. The fibers were an attractive option because of its ability to resist fire, heat, and electricity. Unfortunately asbestos is also the only known cause of mesothelioma cancer, a disease that occurs when asbestos fibers are released into the air, inhaled, and then embed in the lining of the lungs. The cancer can develop in the lungs, abdominal cavity, heart, and testicles. Mesothelioma has an extremely poor prognosis with most patients only living 12 to 21 months following diagnosis. Currently, there is no cure so awareness and prevention are paramount. If your home was built prior to 1980, it is suggested that a certified asbestos specialist inspect your home.

                        Products that can contain asbestos:

●      Wallpaper

●      Ceiling/Floor Tiles

●      Vinyl Flooring

●      Sheetrock

●      Wallboard

●      Roofing, Shingles, Stucco

●      Insulation

While abatement projects may be an annoying cost to bear now, it could save you and your family from battles with cancer and immense medical costs down the road.


3.)   Radon: This radioactive gas is released from the elements in rocks and soil. Radon is dangerous because it’s odorless, tasteless, and not visible to the eye. It usually exists in low levels outdoors, but indoors with poor ventilation radon levels can accumulate. Radon can enter the home through cracks in floors, walls, or foundations, and collect, elevating the indoor levels. It can also be released from building materials, or from water obtained from wells that contain radon. Levels are higher in homes that are well insulated, tightly sealed, or built on soil rich in the elements uranium, thorium, and radium. Basements and first floors typically have the highest radon levels because of their proximity to the ground from which the gas emanates.                    

Long-term exposure to radon can lead to lung cancer, as scientists estimate that 15,000 to 22,000 lung cancer deaths in the United States each year are related to radon. A combination of smoking - the number one cause of lung cancer - and exposure to radon creates the greatest risk of lung cancer. Radon-related cancer deaths most often occur among smokers, but it is estimated that more than 10 percent of radon-related cancer deaths occur among nonsmokers.

Testing your home is the only way to know your level of exposure. There are two different types of radon tests - short and long term. The short term radon tests measures radon levels for two to 90 days, whereas the long term tests determine the average level in a 90 day period. Longer form tests are more accurate as radon levels in the home tend to fluctuate depending on rain or snow, barometric pressure, and other influences. Additionally it is important to test your own home and not base your safety on a neighbor’s radon results. Homes right next door to each other can have drastically different radon levels which can create a false sense of safety.

4.)   Polluted Water: Water may seem like the purest possible element, however, between 2010 and 2015 the Environmental Working Group collected data from 48,721 water utilities in 50 states in which they found over 250 different pollutants in U.S. tap water. Results for each municipality can be found in the EWG Tap Water Database. Contaminants include 93 that have a link to an increased risk of cancer, 78 associated with brain and nervous system damage, 63 that can cause developmental harm to children and fetuses, 45 connected to hormonal disruption, and 38 that may cause fertility problems. Many of the samples showed levels that are legal under the Safe Drinking Water Act, yet well above the levels scientific studies have deemed as safe with no risk to health.

            To prevent exposure to toxins by consuming one of the basic human needs, it is recommended to filter water either from the spout itself or using a pitcher. Additionally switching to a product like Earth Water in bottle, packet, or cap form will ensure a trusted clean drink that also has the benefit of antioxidants that combat free radicals and flush out toxins.


By taking small steps to monitor and reduce your exposure to the above toxins, 2018 could be your happiest, and in turn healthiest, year yet. Reducing the presence of these toxins in your home can ensure that your family is able to live their best lives each and every day!

What Do NASCAR, EarthWater and The Kitchen Have in Common? Chef Andrew Combs Dishes.

Andrew recently shared his home-cooking with EarthWater over the holidays on his Facebook Page @cookinginthefastlane

Andrew recently shared his home-cooking with EarthWater over the holidays on his Facebook Page @cookinginthefastlane

Andrew Combs is Chef to BK Racing’s 60+ employees that work to field the No. 23 and 83 entries in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series. He is a big fan of our Earthwater products, but not just in the way you might think. The adventurous chef that he is, he has begun cooking with EarthWater products as a way to not only flavor his dishes, but also to add nutrients to them.

We sat down with Andrew this week to find out how this Cooking With EarthWater adventure came about.

Q: So, Mr. Combs, how often and for how many people do you cook for?

A: I cook almost every cup race, not only for my own team but for other teams as well. The actual race is usually on Sundays, but people start getting there for the event from Friday forward. So, for big races, you’re looking at close to 100 people that’s I have to prepare for. I cook for celebrities too that come to the races, like the Rock.  

Q: How important is it for the drivers and those on the track to get a good meal in?

A: It’s all about efficiency out there. Speed, size, and strength matters. The difference between winning and losing comes down to milliseconds, so everyone’s got to be at their best. A lot of the crew members out there come from athletic backgrounds - baseball players, football players, wresters, etc, so eating right is essential. On top of that, they are usually out there for the entire day, so you can imagine how exhausting it can get, especially on a hot day.


Q: How do you use our products in your cooking?

A: I mostly use it instead of water to steam or boil my vegetables in. Take for example canned corn. I’ll drain ¾ of the can water, fill it back up with either the black water or Zenfuls, and then use that to boil the contents. Not only does this fill the vegetables with minerals, but the Zenfuls, like Cucumber Mint, give the end product an added aroma. Some of these guys scarf it down and probably don’t even notice, but others do. Another way I use it is in my pasta. I’ll put the black water in with the marinara sauce, which gives it a darker, more robust red. I’d be generous when using it with lighter sauces such as alfredo because it might make it too dark. Also, it’s nice because the Earthwater cleans you out. Not like it makes you run to the bathroom or anything, but it helps to regulate your digestive system. You’re out on the track all day and sometimes you just can’t get away.

Chef Andrew Combs (right) with The Rock&nbsp;

Chef Andrew Combs (right) with The Rock 


Q: Have you used the black water to boil pasta with? If so, does it change the color?

A: With thinner pastas such as angel hair, the pastas might come out a little darker. But with thicker ones, like tortellini, it comes out the same. Also, I use the Zenfuls to marinade with. It adds an extra natural hint of flavors.

Follow Chef Andrew: facebook @cookinginthefastlane

Something in the Water

Flint, Michigan, just 60 miles northwest of Detroit, is home to over 100,000 people. It’s nick named ‘Buick City’ for its massive operations in automobile manufacturing, is the birthplace of left-wing documentary filmmaker Michael Moore, and was made infamous by its water crisis of 2015.

For those unfamiliar, a class-action lawsuit was filed against the city of Flint on behalf of the tens of thousands of Flint residents for its violation of the Safe Drinking Water Act.

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The US Environmental Protection Agency, after being contacted by residents who noticed abnormalities with their drinking water, found dangerous levels of lead in the city’s municipal waters. Plaintiffs blamed authorities for negligence, and that this misconduct has led to “physical and psychological injuries, learning and other permanent disabilities, weight loss, stunted growth, anemia, headaches, abdominal and other pain, mental anguish, emotional distress, the cost of medical, education, and rehabilitation expenses, and other expenses of training assistance, loss of income and earning capacity, property damage, destruction of water service lines, and devaluation of property damages.” Further testing revealed that some drinking waters in Flint contained nearly 7 times the amount of lead allowed by the EPA.

How did this happen?

In August of 2014, city officials announced that coliform bacterium was detected in the Flint public water supply, prompting residents to boil their water before drinking. After flushing the system with chlorine and other disinfectants, that problem was supposedly fixed, and the “boil water” advisory was lifted on August 20, 2014. In September, the water again tested positive for coliform bacteria, which led officials to further flush the pipes with more chlorine.


While treating drinking water with chlorine is common and may not seem alarming, when it interacts with other organic matter in the water, produces trihalomethanes, or TTHM. And the buildup and consumption of these particles have been shown to be carcinogenic, meaning it can lead to cancer in humans. Not only that, but higher levels of chlorine in water increase corrosive ability, which, when reacted with metal pipes, contaminate the water with dangerous toxins such as lead. Not only have Michigan and the city of Flint been sued, but a 722 million dollar lawsuit was filed against the EPA on behalf of more than 1,700 residents impacted by the water crisis.

Could This Happen Again?

It’s important to know where our food and water comes from – where anything we put into our bodies comes from. And while what happened in Flint may seem distant or isolated, it’s important to note that by the time residents began to notice there was something in the water, damage was already being done, damage that was irreversible.

While, for some, only drinking bottled water may not be feasible or may be too expensive, for many, it’s the way they ensure they know exactly what they’re drinking. For others, investing in a water filter such as a Brita or PUR is the right choice. Home testing kits are also available and recommended for anyone who drinks water directly from the tap, such as this one which is available on Amazon.