The other day Baylor and I explored more of the Salt Lake Valley and stumbled upon an Albertsons! We have them all over in Idaho so it was fun to go inside and feel right at home. I did have a very clear motive for my Albertsons trip however. I have been wanting to purchase a Brita® water filter and knew that Albertsons sold them so it was somewhat of an excuse to head over there and grab some necessities along with my Brita water filter.
1. FROZEN ICE CUBES WITH FRUIT and FRUIT INFUSED WATER- I have some friends that genuinely don’t like the taste of water. I know you can add many things to you water but my absolute most favorite things are fruit, herbs, and veggies. It’s the healthiest way as well!! You can never go wrong with some lemons, raspberries, and mint! SO refreshing and delicious.
2. FILL THAT BRITA PITCHER EVERY NIGHT- If I know I have a crazy day ahead of me tomorrow, which always happens, I will prep by filling my brita water at night and setting out my water bottles and my kids sippy cups out by the fridge at night. That way it’s ready when I am running out the door.
3. AT LEAST 8 SWIGS EVERY TIME YOU GO TO DRINK- This will really reinforce that you are getting all the water you need for the day! I am drinking about 2 liters a day. You should be drinking a good amount too! All you have to do is divide your body weight by 2 and the total equals how many ounces you should be drinking in a day.
Brita makes more than one thing better, they make…
better tasting and better for you. Brita reduces the taste and odor of chlorine, and other contaminants, to deliver great-tasting water while removing impurities that can cause illness over time
drinking more water helps you boost your immune system, consumer less sugar, lose weight and sleep better. It is especially important for infants, children and breastfeeding moms.
by drinking filtered water, you are reducing the amount of plastic bottles that end up in our landfills and oceans. 1 Brita filter used = 300 plastic bottles saved.
with every sip, you are saving costs on water. The estimated annual cost for a Brita pitcher is $89 compared to $1,034 estimated annual costs of buying bottled water.
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