Fredrica Syren


My name is Fredrica Syren, the author, and founder of and I was born in Sweden. I have a degree in journalism and have worked as a print, Internet and broadcasting journalist for many years both within Europe and the United States. After my mom was diagnosed with terminal cancer and myself with pre-cancer, I changed my career to become a full-time yoga teacher and activist.

I am a mom of three beautiful vegan children we live a plant-based and zero waste life on an urban homestead middle on San Diego.

I am an advocate for organic, zero waste and sustainability and hope to inspire social change through my lifestyle, passion, and business.

I care about water because it is a natural resource that we ’re taking for granted and the one thing we can’t live without. We act like we have a never-ending supply of water and in the process, pollute water with chemicals, mercury, and plastic and use it irresponsibly. Water needs to be protected all over the world and everyone has the right to clean water.

My Recent Articles

pros and cons of hot water recirculating pump The Pros and Cons of Hot Water Recirculating Pump | FAQs - Hot water recirculating pumps come with plenty of advantages, although they do elicit some debate. Today we will look at the pros and cons of hot water recirculating pump, also answering some frequently asked questions about these systems!
distilled water vs. purified water Distilled Water vs. Purified Water | Everything You Need to Know - Many people mistake distilled water with boiled water, but distillation is a bit more complex as a process. Moreover, purified water ensues several technologies of its own. Let's discuss distilled water vs. purified water, some myths, truths, and facts!
heavy metals in water Heavy Metals in Water: All You Need to Know to Be Safe - We drink heavy metals in water every day, alongside other contaminants, sediments, and pollutants, but how dangerous are these metals in fact? Today, we will talk about the major heavy metals we find in tap water, where they come from, how we can test for them, remove them from our homes, and stay safe.

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