Category Archive: What to Drink

Sep 03

Review- Camelbak Groove 0.75L (25oz) Water Bottle

CamelBak Groove Water Bottle Price:  $20.50 on Amazon Manufacturer:  CamelBak Products, LLC is an outdoors equipment company based in Petaluma, California, best known for its hydration products, such as hydration packs and water bottles. Overall rating:  8.4 out of 10 Description The CamelBak Groove bottle is made of 100% BPA-free Eastman Tritan copolyester.  The bite …

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Aug 04

Day 4 of the August “Agua” Challenge

3 days down… a lifetime to go! After 3 days of trying to count glasses of water, I finally did a search of my cabinets and found a 2.2 liter polycarbonate water bottle that I had completely forgotten about.  Perfect!  Now all I have to do is fill that up once a day and pour …

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Aug 01

Is bottled water dangerous?


In keeping with my philosophy of keeping things simple, the answer is… YES! It’s actually dangerous on so many levels.  It’s not just about your health. A few facts about water: According to the Food and Water Watch, a non-profit working to ensure the food, water, and fish we consume is safe, accessible, and sustainably …

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Jul 29

Water… truly the drink for your health

What to drink is a really important question for most of us. And the answer is not usually what we want to drink. So, how do we reconcile that dilemma? The very best hands down liquid to drink throughout the day: Water!  Without a doubt, water is the best thing you can put into your …

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Jul 27

Top 5 Healthy Drinks- easy on the wallet too!

Welcome, and thanks for being here. First, let me say that there doesn’t seem to be any real consensus on the order of healthy drinks except for the #1 best healthy drink:  water.  There is quite a bit of disagreement on milk, so I am leaving it off of my list.  I also want to …

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Jul 26

Distilled, spring, filtered, tap water… help!

Welcome and thanks for being here. Boy, is that a loaded question.  You could spend days, weeks, and months trying to figure out what is really the difference between waters and which ones are actually best for you.  But since you probably have better things to do, I’m going to do it for you.  I …

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