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Wednesday, August 20, 2008

Bottled Water: Good for you and the planet

I’m one of those snobby people that are too good for tap water, yes I said it, I refuse to drink tap water, I hate it and it just tastes, well bad! To me anyways….So that leaves me drinking a ton of bottled water, our trip to Sam’s Club always includes a few cases. But lately, I’ve been thinking, how bad is it to keep throwing away all these plastic bottles? I mean, I’m always trying to be a little greener, trying to keep our earth great for my children and the future, but using all these bottles and just throwing them away is probably not the best of ways to do that. Plus, I’m very picky when it comes to water, people always say you can’t tell the difference, but leave it to me, I CAN! I’m so picky with my water, even with the bottled water they all taste a little different to me (yes I’m weird so sue me lol).

I was introduced to a product called Primo. The Primo Water Company claims that their water is 99.99% pure and 3 out of 4 consumers preferred the taste of Primo bottled water over municipal tap water and other bottled waters. I had to try this out. I let my bottles chill in the fridge over night and the next day cracked one open. IN HEAVEN! The water tasted amazing, it really did taste so pure and clean and was the most refreshing thing. I notice with some bottles of water sometimes you get that plastic taste, not with Primo, no plastic taste what so ever!

Maybe the not so plastic water taste could be attributed to the packaging that Primo uses for their water bottles. Primo states that their bottles are an “American Grown Bottle made from corn, not crude oil”. Corn? For a water bottle, hmm, that was pretty interesting (what is it that can’t be made from corn nowadays??). Primo Water is the first available bottled water whose bottle is made from plants. Their bottles are also free of Bisphenol A, which is another great plus for this company. It doesn’t make me feel so badly about drinking bottled water. Finally a water that’s healthy for me and for the planet! (Ok well technically if I got the water from the tap, it would be just as healthy for the planet but work with me here, I’m talking about bottled water)

Primo water is very affordable as well and is carried in many locations throughout the country including Kroger owned stores. Visit the Primo Water website to find a location near you.

WIN A CASE OF PRIMO BOTTLED WATER!!!!

My readers have the lucky chance to win a case of Primo Water for themselves and experience the great tasting refreshing bottled water that I’ve been talking about. Primo water wants to give away 10 cases of water to my readers, that’s right…10 cases…So there will be 10 winners for this great giveaway. All you have to do to be entered is visit the Did You Know? section on the Primo Water website and give me one fact that you find there.

This giveaway is open to those with a US Mailing Address only, and is open to non bloggers, PLEASE just remember if your blog profile is private, or you’re a non blogger, leave an email address or your entry will be disqualified....Winner will be chosen via random.org

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Giveaway ends: Sept. 3 2008 @ 11:59pm EST

225 comments:

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dolls123 said...

Most baby formula manufacturers recommend using bottled water or boiled tap water.

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kagey10 said...

Even if your drinking water looks, tastes and smells good, chances are it contains one or more contaminates � and you can't tell.
(U.S. Tap Water Report released by the Environmental Working Group)


EWWWW!!!!

Thanks!!!!

kagey10 said...

I am subscribed!

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Greg F said...

A dairy cow must drink four gallons of water to produce one gallon of milk.


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Xodanielle2ox@aol.com said...

One glass of water can shut down midnight hunger pangs.

i always use this trick! =]

Natalie said...

In 37% of Americans, the thirst mechanism is so weak that it is often mistaken for hunger.
(Health News, September 2004)

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Natalie said...

I have your button in my sidebar. :)

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Natalie said...

I just stumbled the post with a little mini review. :)

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Dianne said...

Each day, the sun evaporates 1,000,000,000,000 (one trillion) tons of water.

You know I'm all over anything that's good for the planet!

Dianne said...

I subscribe to your feed :)

Dianne said...

Your button is on my sidebar too!

MOM ForeverAndEver said...

75% of Americans are chronically dehydrated

Julie D said...

A glass of water can shut down hunger pangs. (Well...it hasn't worked for me yet. :( )

*Heather* said...

FACT:A dairy cow must drink four gallons of water to produce one gallon of milk.
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*Heather* said...

BUTTON on my sidddddddddddde Bar!

strawberry3d said...

EACH DAY THE SUN EVAPORATES ONE TRILLION TONS OF WATER.

Rebecca said...

Each day, the sun evaporates 1,000,000,000,000 (one trillion) tons of water.

That is a LOT of water!

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Rebecca said...

I am subscribed :D

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Rebecca said...

I have your button on my blog.

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Rebecca said...

I blogged about this giveaway!

http://mommyhoodisthankless.blogspot.com/2008/08/primo-bottled-water-giveaway-at.html

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Rebecca said...

I also stumbled this.

http://www.stumbleupon.com/url/lyricandariasmom.blogspot.com/2008/08/bottled-water-good-for-you-and-planet.html

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Blessings Abound said...

Water regulates the temperature of the human body, carries nutrients and oxygen to cells, cushions joints and protects organs and tissues.
(American Water Works Association)

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Blessings Abound said...

I have your button on my sidebar! Thanks!

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Cataroo said...

I was not aware that lack of water is the no. 1 cause of daytime fatigue. That explains A LOT! See why I need this water??

Thanks for a great giveaway!

cdziuba said...

Here's something I learned:

A dairy cow must drink four gallons of water to produce one gallon of milk.

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agordon10 said...

ne glass of water can shut down midnight hunger

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reb said...

A dairy cow must drink four gallons of water to produce one gallon of milk.


I did not know that!!

Steph said...

75% of Americans are chronically dehydrated

Sonya said...

I didn't realize that You can refill an 8-ounce glass of water approximately 15,000 times for the same cost as a six-pack of soda.

Thanks for the chance.

elkaye said...

75% of Americans are chronically dehydrated.


That's a large number of people!

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Sonya said...

Your button is on my sidebar. Thanks for the extra chance.

monky said...

'From the Did You Know section'

A dairy cow must drink four gallons of water to produce one gallon of milk. I had no idea of this fact! Wow!

Thank you for the great giveaway!


:)

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Angie said...

Even mild dehydration will slow down an individual's metabolism as much as 3%.

Very interesting. I had no clue that it slows down your metabolism that much.

Thanks for the chance to enter.

Angie said...

I'm also subscribed via RSS. Thanks

Angie said...

I'm back to say I used the Stumble button on my computer but have no clue if it really stumbled you. Do you have Stumble buttons on your blog or am I totally missing how to do it? Still learning about all this Web 2.0 stuff LOL

Kimberly L said...

Lack of water is the no. 1 cause of daytime fatigue

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shellydelight.etsy.com said...

a cow has to drink four gallons of water to make one gallon of milk is something i didnt know.

jceko77 said...

Not enough water can cause daytime fatigue
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jceko77 said...

I'm a subscriber
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gkstratos said...

75% of Americans are chronically dehydrated.
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gkstratos said...

Subscribed. Thanks.
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kygirl said...

60% of the U.S. population drinks bottled water

Rachael said...

Primo water bottles are made of polycarbonate, which is the most environmentally friendly packaging available.

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Stephanie said...

Lack of water is the no. 1 cause of daytime fatigue
very thirsty over here!
tvollowitz at aol dot com

Rachel said...

Lack of water is the no. 1 cause of daytime fatigue.

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=)

Katherine said...

Lack of water is the no. 1 cause of daytime fatigue.

llinda29 said...

Lack of water is the no. 1 cause of daytime fatigue

miss bliss said...

60% of the US population drinks bottled water...but not my grandfather...he thinks it's a waste of money...too bad for him!

Meredith said...

Most baby formula manufacturers recommend using bottled or filtered water!

Meredith said...

I subscribed to your blog on mt Google Reader RSS.Thank you!

Matthew Fishman said...

Even mild dehydration will slow down an individual's metabolism as much as 3%.
(Health News, September 2004)

1 entry! Thanks. :)

tatertot374 said...

You can refill an 8-ounce glass of water approximately15,000 times for the same cost as a six-pack of soda

Thank you for having this! I would love to try this and win! Thank you!
tatertot374@sbcglobal.net

Maja said...

75% of Americans are chronically dehydrated. Wow, I had no idea.
We love water in our house.

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Maja said...

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The Mama Hood said...

A dairy cow must drink four gallons of water to produce one gallon of milk.

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The Mama Hood said...

Did you know that I am your favorite subscriber too? :)

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The Mama Hood said...

your button is lookin' great in my sidebar!

Megan said...

A dairy cow must drink four gallons of water to produce one gallon of milk.

Whew! I feel like I do, too. I drink sooo much water when I'm breastfeeding.

Megan said...

I'm a subscriber.

mannequin said...

no, I didn't know..that a cow has to drink FOUR GALLONS of water to give us a gallon of milk! Obviously they have four bladders too.

Mr. Man is just as snobby as you; no tap water for his precious palette. He has gone through many different types but never found one to stick with. I'm sure he'd LOVE to try this one. Moi? Water makes me ill. I need that one gallon of milk from the cow.

Bebemiqui said...

75% of Americans are constantly dehydrated.
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kristleharrison said...

I did not know that a dairy cow must drink four gallons of water to produce one gallon of milk. Wow, that's a lot of water!
I'd love to try this! I too, am water-snobby. ;)
Great giveaway!

kristleharrison said...

Button is on my page. :D

kristleharrison said...

And I'm subscribed. :D

mannequin said...

I've stumbled all over it.

http://cherylkelly.stumbleupon.com/favorites/

and..

mannequin said...

I am a faithful subscriber. For a long time. A very long time.

Rebekah (the_littleminx) said...

Lack of water is the no. 1 cause of daytime fatigue.
(Health News, September 2004)

(This is so me. Doh! lol)

Also, I'm a subscriber to your blog and have stumbled your giveaway. Thanks!

Rebekah

littleminx at cox dot net

DePro said...

75% of Americans are chronically dehydrated.

TXsunlover said...

Even mild dehydration will slow down an individual's metabolism as much as 3%. And I don't need mine to be any slower! Thanks for the chance to win your great giveaway!
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TXsunlover said...

I'm a subscriber!
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mverno said...

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Kimberly said...

WOW!!! It's shocking the learn that 75% of Americans are chronically dehydrated!!! That is horrible!!!!

Thanks for the giveaway. I am anxious to try this water.

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Kimberly said...

I subscribe to your blog (e-mail).

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Kimberly said...

I have you button on my blog, shescribe "dot" com.

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Jackie B. said...

Mild dehydration will slow down an individual's metabolism as much as 3%. I cannot afford this as I am trying to lose weight! I could use the water!

Jackie B. said...

I am also a subscriber!

Stacey Moore said...

didn't know that not enough water can cause daytime fatigue!
thanks!
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Stacey Moore said...

we have your button!
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Stacey Moore said...

we are subscribers!
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Robyn in MO said...

There is a lot to know - I found this interesting
60% of the U.S. population drinks bottled water. That is over 182,960,934 people!

RobynsOnlineWorld said...

extra entry please I blogged about the giveaway here:
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Anonymous said...

A dairy cow must drink four gallons of water to produce one gallon of milk.
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Leslie said...

A dairy cow must drink four gallons of water to produce one gallon of milk.

Leslie said...

Already subscribed

Deb said...

This was interesting - In 37% of Americans, the thirst mechanism is so weak that it is often mistaken for hunger.

Thanks for the giveaway.

Leslie said...

Your button is on my blog

susan1215 said...

Water can shut down hunger pains

micaela6955 said...

Lack of water is the #1 cause of daytime fatigue.... hmmm, guess I should be heading to the water cooler instead of the candy machine for chocolate when I am tired mid afternoon? I will have to try that out next week and see what happens!

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micaela6955 said...

I am already a subscriber!

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micaela6955 said...

Just added your button to my sidebar!


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Leslie said...

Blogged ya HERE

djolsen said...

I don't buy water, I use a filter on the frige. but hat a treat it would be to have some water all ready to go out the door.

Jenna said...

Here's one for ya~
You can refill an 8-ounce glass of water approximately15,000 times for the same cost as a six-pack of soda.
(American Water Works Association)

That's kinda crazy when you think about it huh? Thanks for the giveaway hun! :)

Jenna said...

Your button is on my sidebar :)

Anna said...

Water regulates the temperature of the human body, carries nutrients and oxygen to cells, cushions joints and protects organs and tissues.

marleenandlouie said...

75% of Americans are chronically dehydrated. Isn't that amazing! marleenandlouie@cox.net

toughturtles said...

Water carries nutrients and oxygen to cells

GALENA said...

day time fatigue can be due to a lack of water

kristilb19 said...

75% of Americans are chronically dehydrated.

Interesting! I did NOT know this!

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miriama said...

Not enough water causes fatigue. that explains a LOT.

wigget said...

i didn't know a person could survive a whole month without food

Anonymous said...

I can't believe that everyday the sun evaporates 1,000,000,000,000 (one trillion) tons of water! Holy cow

brit123@juno.com

Smooshy said...

i didn't know that dehydration slows your metabolism!

Anonymous said...

a cow must drink 4 gallons of water to produce 1 gallon of milk

amy mayer said...

from bajjmayer@aol.com---75% of Americans are chronically dehydrated.

Doreen said...

Each day, the sun evaporates 1,000,000,000,000 (one trillion) tons of water.

Doreen said...

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Sharon said...

You can survive for up to a month without food, but only five to seven days without water-didn't know this.,..
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Reeva said...

75% of Americans are chronically dehydrated

janetfaye said...

In 37% of Americans, the thirst mechanism is so weak that it is often mistaken for hunger.

Thank you!

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janetfaye said...

I am a subscriber.

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janetfaye said...

You are on my blogroll.

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janetfaye said...

I blogged your giveaway.

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Rebecca said...

One glass of water can shut down midnight hunger pangs - YAY!! That's good news. I keep a carafe of water that has a small glass for a cover on my nightstand.

silverbele said...

Water is a very healthy drink.

mar said...

60% of the U.S. population drinks bottled water.

courtneystoffel said...

Each day, the sun evaporates 1,000,000,000,000 (one trillion) tons of water.



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ladyorchid said...

Did you know: 75% of Americans are chronically dehydrated

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Sara G said...

In 37% of Americans, the thirst mechanism is so weak that it is often mistaken for hunger. HMMM & I didn't know dehydration slows metabolism! WOW! I'm a water snob as well!

Nicole said...

75% of Americans are chronically dehydrated.

Count me among them. I hate tap water.

samantha said...

A dairy cow must drink four gallons of water to produce one gallon of milk.

samantha.daleo@roadrunner.com

Thanks!

Shel said...

One glass of water can shut down midnight hunger pangs.

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Just_Kelly said...

me please!

amanda said...

You can survive for up to a month without food, but only five to seven days without water.

Tammy said...

Lack of water is the no. 1 cause of daytime fatigue. -- since I know I don't drink enough water - that could explain why I'm tired all the time!

Tammy said...

Your button is linked in my sidebar

forgetfulone said...

75%of Americans are chronically dehydrated.

Jan said...

Not enough water causes fatigue.

Alicia T said...

In 37% of Americans, the thirst mechanism is so weak that it is often mistaken for hunger.

Thanks for the contest

blueviolet said...

Lack of water is the no. 1 cause of daytime fatigue.

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Elizabeth

blueviolet said...

I am a subscriber.

shiloh said...

Dehydration is the number one cause of daytime fatique.

kevnjacks said...

Sheesh - 3/4 of Americans are chronically dehydrates! Really? Wow!

Debbie Criss said...

one glass of water will shut down midnight hunger pang.

Bonnie said...

Dehydration is the number one cause of daytime fatigue.

gS49 said...

The average person needs to drink six to eight cups of water daily to maintain health.

Except there's no evidence to support this amount--it's just what people have been saying forever. Follow your thirst and you should do fine.

Anonymous said...

75% of Americans are chronically dehydrated - fascinating!

Sams842 said...

Did you know?--You can survive for up to a month without food, but only five to seven days without water.

Felicia said...

Drinking water can stop hunger pains.

Tamara said...

First of all I wanted to say what a beautiful picture of you and your family on the top right hand corner of you site. I like the information I found on their web site Primo water bottles are made of polycarbonate, which is the most environmentally friendly packaging available. Thank-you for such a great contest.

Tamara said...

I am a subscriber too.

Karen said...

75% of americans are chronically dehydrated - really?

Beetlejuice! said...

The United States uses about 346,000 million gallons of fresh water every day.

The Downtown Boutique said...

*75% of Americans are chronically dehydrated.*

I believe it! I think that's why I have so many headaches!

BL said...

Lack of water is the no. 1 cause of daytime fatigue

Tina said...

75% of Americans are chronically dehydrated. tinawittmer(at)yahoo(dot)com

Anonymous said...

60% of population drinks bottled water
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dhunt said...

Even if your drinking water looks, tastes and smells good, chances are it contains one or more contaminates � and you can't tell.

mannequin said...

I blogged about it!

http://fracturedtoy.blogspot.com/2008/08/giveaways-links-raves-and-thanks_26.

Thanks for the extra chance!

lisacna said...

you can live a month without food but only 5 to 7 days without water.

vboackle said...

In 37% of Americans, the thirst mechanism is so weak that it is often mistaken for hunger.

jsc123 said...

Lack of water is the #1 cause of daytime fatigue.
Wow that is something that I definitely didn't know.
Thank you so very much for offering this wonderful giveaway.
I would LOVE to win !!

Michele said...

I didn't know that lack of water is the number one cause of afternoon fatigue, and I also learned that you can survive for up to a month without food but only 5-7 days without water.

Thanks so much!!
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Michele said...

I'm a subscriber!

Thanks so much!!
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Anonymous said...

60% of Americans drink bottled water

louiseb130 said...

Lack of water causes daytime fatigue

Felicia said...

A glass of water shuts down hunger pains. Icetwofire[at]aol[dot]com

carol drury said...

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Even mild dehydration will slow down an individual's metabolism as much as 3%.

kinchst said...

You can survive for up to a month without food, but only five to seven days without water.

bison61 said...

A dairy cow must drink four gallons of water to produce one gallon of milk.

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jennem said...

Water regulates the temperature of the human body, carries nutrients and oxygen to cells, cushions joints and protects organs and tissues.

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redron said...

One glass of water can shut down midnight hunger pangs.

Bonnie in FL said...

Lack of water is the no. 1 cause of daytime fatigue.

Tiffanie W. said...

A dairy cow has to drink four gallons of water to make one gallon of milk!

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Jen said...

A dairy cow must drink four gallons of water to produce one gallon of milk. That's a lot of water..

Jen said...

I stumbled!

intime said...

thanks intime@myself.com

Ms. Sarah said...

75% of Americans are chronically dehydrated.
(Health News, September 2004)

As my Mom ALWAYS says, if you're thirsty then you're already dehydrated!

Emily N. said...

Lack of water is the no. 1 cause of daytime fatigue.

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JMARIE said...

60% of the US population drinks bottled water.
Thanks for the giveaway!

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MoonMaiden said...

I think it's interesting that "75% of Americans are chronically dehydrated." :) *Thanks* for the giveaway!

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MoonMaiden said...

I blogged about the giveaway for an extra entry:

http://cherylfree.wordpress.com/2008/09/01/a-wrestling-addicted-mommys-blog/

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MoonMaiden said...

I Stumbled the giveaway for an extra entry:

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MoonMaiden said...

Your button is in my sidebar for an extra entry:

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The said...

I would love to win this. My email is thedifferences1 at gmail dot com. Thank you so much, the water is amazing!

mich0825 said...

You can refill an 8-ounce glass of water approximately15,000 times for the same cost as a six-pack of soda.
(American Water Works Association)

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AmandaK said...

According to EPA estimates, 40 million Americans are exposed to levels of lead in water well above the EPA's proposed maximum contaminant allowances.

Erma said...

I would really love to try this. Thanks
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pitaharmon said...

Did you know: According to EPA estimates, 40 million Americans are exposed to levels of lead in water well above the EPA's proposed maximum contaminant allowances.

arvard said...

75% of Americans are chronically dehydrated

Shelly said...

Even mild dehydration will slow down an individual's metabolism as much as 3%.

Shelly said...

I subscribe to your feed

shjajo said...

I worry constantly about reports saying the plastic will cause breast cancer!! This sounds great and I would love to try it!
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Annemarie said...

A dairy cow must drink four gallons of water to produce one gallon of milk.

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Storm said...

75% of Americans are chronically dehydrated.

Scary thought, isn't it, is this geat country where we have access to all these yummy things to drink, that so many people are dehydrated!

(my email's on my blog profile page)

Anonymous said...

Lack of water is the number one cause of daytime fatigue.

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Jinxy and Me said...

A dairy cow must drink four gallons of water to produce one gallon of milk.

Auriette said...

Lack of water is the no. 1 cause of daytime fatigue. Biggest problem for me is that more water = more trips to the potty. Oh well, I know it is good for me. I also like to keep a lot of water around the house this time of year because of all the durned hurricanes! dahlia(at)tmlindsey(dot)com.

Jolene said...

water cuts down on midnite hunger pangs.

lisalmg said...

Even mild dehydration will slow down an individual's metabolism as much as 3%.
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yellowlabs said...

75% of Americans are chronically dehydrated.

zoe hunter said...

Each day, the sun evaporates 1,000,000,000,000 (one trillion) tons of water.

Thanks for the fabulously healthy contest.

Betty C said...

Lack of water is the no. 1 cause of daytime fatigue.

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dddiva said...

You can refill an 8-ounce glass of water approximately15,000 times for the same cost as a six-pack of soda.

Leigh said...

"Lack of water is the no. 1 cause of daytime fatigue."

Hmm...I wonder if this would help me with my midafternoon doldrums! What a great tip :)

Leigh said...

I subscribe to your blog :)

Divine Diva In NC said...

Each day, the sun evaporates 1,000,000,000,000 (one trillion) tons of water.

(U.S. Geological Survey)

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