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Water and Summer Travel go Hand In Hand

Traveling is great!  I love road trips that lead to interesting places.  My camera and I are always happy when I see new sights with beautiful light.  Lugging my camera  and all the other necessities for travel can tire me out if I am not using the proper products for a healthy summer.

Water if very important for our bodies, according to WebMD. We need to remember that your body is about 60% water, you brain is about 75% water and your blood is about 82%water!  Water is you! That may be so but we tend to dehydrate often.   Sometimes when we think we are hungry and head to the vending machine or cookie jar, we are really thirsty!

The main thing to remember is that we need to stay hydrated each day, even in the winter.  Turns out our body relies on water to help keep our temperature regulated.  So to stay warm in the winter, drink water.  Because of this need for water, one of my favorite items to pack is my BestWater Perfect Pitcher.  Water in different parts of the country contains minerals that are not found in North Best Water Pitcher 100x100Alabama so the new water often tastes “funny” to me.  Using the BestWater Perfect Pitcher as I travel gives me a consistent taste so I drink more of the essential water we need to have to stay healthy.

At a fraction of the cost of bottled water, the BestWater Perfect Pitcher filter uses a unique filtration system that combines granulated activated carbon (derived from coconut shells) and advanced ion exchange beads to trap and hold contaminants.* It reduces aesthetic chlorine and other sources of unpleasant tastes, odors and also reduces particulates such as sediment, rust, and scale which can come from plumbing fixtures. Conveniently fits in your refrigerator door and can be taken on the road.

So pack up the proper snacks along with the BestWater Perfect Pitcher and have a fantastic Summer  adventure!

*Substances reduced by BestWater may not necessarily be in your tap water. BestWater systems are not intended to purify non-drinkable sources of water, water of unknown quality, or water that is microbiologically unsafe.

4 Comments

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  3. Menehune Water says:

    Pure water is what we should have running out of our taps at home, but until we have a level playing field in the governments eyes as public safety being a military action , guess tap water is just a luxury item with “safe” toxins…borine, chlorine, fluoride,heavy metals etc. Bummer.

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