The Benefits of Bottled Water
by Mary Bodel
2) Sensitive Stomachs: If you are subject to Montezuma's Revenge, getting your
stomach used to bottled water may be a way to avoid some painful and
embarrassing problems. Here's another tip...don't use strange tap water to brush
your teeth, use your water.
3) Emergency Preparedness: One of the biggest problems after a disaster is a lack
of clean drinking water. Damage to sewers and water mains can mix the nasty stuff
and leave you without either. Keeping a supply on hand can relieve at least one
worry after something has happened.
4) Convenience: There are no dirty dishes to wash, and having it next to your
computer instead of coffee can prevent sticky spills into the keyboard. Having
experienced both, I have to tell you that having a bottle of water with the lid on can
save you from having to replace the keyboard.
5) Proper Hydration: Most Americans are dehydrated. We don't drink enough
water, and the fluids we do use tend to be caffeinated. That doesn't help, as caffeine
acts like a diuretic, making the problem worse. I've tried an experiment, and here are
the results. If a liquid is sitting next to where I'm working, I will unconsciously drink it.
It doesn't matter what it is. It's amazing how fast it disappears and I don't even
know I'm drinking it.
6) Weight Loss: Many beverages have considerable calories, water has none. It also
has no caffeine, which can cause water weight gain. It flushes out toxins, rather than
adding more, which can also help weight loss.
There are ways around the problems naysayers put forward. Don't dump the
empties in the trash, recycle them. In many states, you pay an additional fee for
such drinks, which you can get back by returning the empties. In California, that fee is
four cents per container, and to be honest, I want my money back.
If you have a good home water filter, you can refill the bottles once or twice before
recycling them. More than that could cause problems, as the human mouth can have
some nasty bugs such as e. coli. This will help a sensitive stomach as well, expanding
the choices of which type to use.
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Bottled water is popular, though it's
not always looked on with favor.
Some people refer to it as an
unneeded expense, and others
bemoan the additional waste in the
city landfill. However, it is an easy,
convenient way to get needed fluids.
There are several benefits of having
and drinking bottled water.
1) Traveling: Bottled water is easy
to drink while driving down the road.
It hydrates much better than coffee
or soda pop, and as it has a lid, it's
less likely to spill. Even if it does, it
won't stain most clothing.
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