Water Got No Enemy!

I feel really chuffed about this one, as I have been telling my close friends for a while now that drinking bottled water all the time instead of tap water is actually bad for you. I was always received with the “fake smile” and or “the vacant stare” equaling to, thanks E but I’m gonna pretend you didn’t say that lol!

Well, the Geeks at Harvard have recently published an article proving me right!

I told yah so is just too too sweet lol

Important Note: Mothers please read carefully as you may find it interesting to know that these chemicals are also found in baby bottles.

Here is what I want you to do;

1-Click on the Fela link below and crank up the volume

2- Now, Click on this Link and Read the Article to find out why

If you want to read “the hardcore science article” click on this link

3-All you bikers, runners, health bods go out and invest in a glass bottle or a bottle made without the use of  BPA Here is a link to some I found on-line, no excuses.

4- Leave me a comment/tweet with your thoughts, especially mothers. I am interested to know what you think, if you have a question, tweet me and I will answer it in the next Knock Knock post.

5-Share this with your near and far and like the page (if you haven’t already done so)

Thanks for reading, Stay tuned for more 🙂


4 thoughts on “Water Got No Enemy!

  1. Hello E, I am a mother of two (7 & 4 years) and and have been giving my children filtered tap water for as long as I can remember and for their water beakers that they have to have at school now, they have aluminium water cans. When my daughter was about 7 months old I drank from her water beaker which tasted of plastic! I was horrified as I realised that the water had plasticised in only a short amount of time. I searched high and low for a replacement. (Very hard) I did go through a stage of buying glass bottled water but the cost was too high, and it wasn’t safe to give the kids glass bottles!

    Anyway tap water is the only way to go. Less chemicals, less packaging, less pollution through distribution. More chance of a planet being left for my kids future and their children’s future.

  2. Hey Samara,

    Firstly, thank you for posting. Secondly, well done on making the active change, especially when it comes to children. You are a supermom and I love it 🙂

    Make sure you let your family and friends know to check out the link that directs them to purchasing BPA free bottles, especially baby bottles (although babies have a strong immune system, if they are premature or have a compromised immune system, I would personally go for a low BPA/BPA free bottle). The plus note is some are cheaper than regular bottles 🙂


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