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Chemical Free Living | Salt Pools & Shower Filters | Salt Tips & Coupons
September 11, 2007

In this issue:
Chemical Free Swimming Pools
Water Filtration Systems
Vegetarian Grilling Recipe
Salt Tips: Replacing Electrolytes

Chemical Free Swimming Pools – A Healthy Choice for Families

Millions of people worldwide drink tap water, shower with water containing chemical chlorine and swim in pools that use chlorine as a disinfectant. Chlorine, a manufactured chemical, was first used to make the deadly mustard gas during the First World War.

Ever since chlorine was modified to be used for domestic purposes; more researchers are discovering that the chemical poses a serious health risk to humans and the environment. Research conducted in the U.S., Canada, Norway, Australia, and Belgium has linked chlorine byproducts found in swimming pools to increased rates of bladder cancer, lung damage, asthma, stillbirths, and miscarriages.


Rather than continuing to use harmful chemical pool products, many people are turning to a natural way to keep their swimming pool clean and healthy. Salt Pool Chlorinators are an efficient alternative that is fast becoming a healthier choice. Salt water sanitization systems are a natural way to keep your swimming pool water crystal clear and well-sanitized. READ MORE


To combat water chemical contamination, a number of water filtration systems are now on the market. Reverse Osmosis (RO) Water Filters contain a membrane that permits pure water to pass while preventing larger contaminants from passing through. The unfiltered water stays on one side of the membrane and the filtered water passes through to the other side. The main disadvantage is that there a lot of wasted water. Distilled water filtration systems work by boiling water, cooling it, and then condensing it back to liquid leaving contaminates behind. These systems use a lot of power making them expensive to operate.


Many people are not aware of the negative effects of chemically treated shower water on the skin and lungs. Hot water opens up skin pores so we end up absorbing and inhaling chlorine and other chemicals. Purifying your shower water is just as important as purifying your drinking water. The Wellness Filter turns the water from your faucet into pure and healthy water. Removing chemical impurities from shower water eliminates the harmful effects of chemicals like chlorine.

Wellness Water Filters use an enhancement method that delivers revitalizing antioxidants, negative ions and provides a healthy balance of minerals to the water. The enhanced water helps improve skin conditions like eczema, psoriasis, and dry skin. Wellness water also cleans better and leaves hair more manageable and healthy.

The Wellness Shower reduces up to 99% of chlorine for up to 24 months, longer than any other shower filter on the market, reducing resources and cartridges in the land fills. SEE SHOWER FILTER

Vegetarian Grilling: A Fun, Healthy Way to Cook Vegetarian with Himalayan Salts

As the summer heat begins to subside and the cool temperatures of fall creep around the corner, grilling gains popularity, with families turning to the great outdoors for quality time together and a meal that is healthful, fun to prepare and simply unbeatable to eat.

Keep your grilled “fake meats” and vegetables healthy and delicious-tasting by substituting a sprinkle of beneficial Himalayan salts for marinades and grill seasonings

You can also use herbs to bring out the natural flavor in your favorite foods, such as dill, rosemary or thyme. Likewise, a fresh squeeze of lemon or lime or even a few teaspoons of sweet, sour pineapple juice enhances “fake meats, Tofu and vegetables and, when paired with natural Himalayan salt, can provide you with mouth-watering tastes and health benefits that the whole family is sure to enjoy!

A Great Grilling Recipe For You

Tandoori “Chicken” Kabobs
1 small onion, quartered
1/2 cup tomato sauce
1/2 cup plain nondairy yogurt (try White Wave’s Silk—
1 tsp. fresh ginger, chopped
2 cloves garlic
2 tsp. coriander powder
1/2 tsp. cayenne pepper
2 whole cloves
1 tsp. cumin seeds
4 cardamom pods
¾ tsp. Himalayan salt
1 tsp. garam masala
1-2 drops red food coloring
1 lb. faux chicken, cut or torn into chunks (try Worthington’s Chic-Ketts—
2 cups vegetables of your choice, diced for grilling (try sweet onion, cherry tomatoes, zucchini, green peppers, and mushrooms)

• Heat a barbecue grill.
• Place all the ingredients except the faux chicken and the vegetables for grilling into a blender or food processor and blend to a smooth paste. Pour into a bowl or Tupperware container, add the faux chicken pieces and vegetables, cover, and shake to coat.
• Make kabobs by skewering the “chicken” and vegetables. Place on the grill and cook until browned.
• Serve kabobs alone or with basmati rice and lemon wedges.

Makes 4 servings . Courtesy of

Have your own Vegetarian or vegan recipes you would like to share? Visit Solay Better Health Blog and post your own Vegan or Vegetarian recipes only, email us and receive for FREE: 1lb. of our Himalayan sea salt. Email:

Salt Tips: Replacing Electrolytes
Great for swimmers, runners, yogis or anybody needing a great pick me up. Make your Sole (So-lay). Add a few drops to your water before and after heavy activity or times of fatigue. Experience enhanced energy, focus and ease of movement.

Your pictures with Solay Wellness products. Have you captured the moment with your pet laying next to a Solay salt lamp, how about your meditation space? How beautiful does your office look with a Solay salt lamp? For every picture used, you will receive store credit of $25. Pictures need to be taken with a digital camera, 300 dpi (high res) in color. Email to: or call 866-497-0274 for more information.

Save an extra $5 off any purchase. Valid till: September 30th. Use voucher code: September07. Please share with many friends and family.

Wishing your great health!
Solay Wellness Inc.

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