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Easy Tips To Help You Drink More Water

Since our product, the healthish WB-1 bottle, is supposed to help you drink more water, we thought it would be silly not to go through some more tips on how to increase your water intake and incorporate this into your daily routine.  If you want to know why we should be drinking water, you can read our previous post here. For some people, drinking 2 litres per day is a walk in the park, but for others, it’s a struggle. If you fall into the latter group, then this post is just for you! Bring your bottle EVERYWHERE It’s easy to remember to drink when there’s a glass or bottle of water nearby. Invest in a good quality water bottle...

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20 Healthy and Easy Infused Water Ideas

Infused water is a healthier alternative to energy and soft drinks (and more Instagram worthy too!) – think flavoured water without the sugars, calories and artificial flavouring! You can add practically any fruit/vegetable/spice/herb to your water, which is the perfect solution for those of you who struggle to drink plain, boring water. It’s au naturel so there’s absolutely none of the nasty stuff!                                             Here are the steps to the perfectly infused flavoured water: Cut up fruits/vegetables to fit in your glass or bottle of choice Add all of the ingredients to your glass/bottle and gently press with a...

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Eat your way to hydration with these amazing foods!

If you read our last post, you know how important water is for our bodies. We all know that sometimes drinking the recommended amount of water can be a bit of a challenge, so we thought we'd find other easy ways to keep those hydration levels up. We found that there are plenty of fruits and vegetables that can do the trick. They can have a high water composition and also provide nutrients to our bodies such as vitamins, minerals, fibre and sugars to name a few! It's a win-win! Just remember to eat that four servings of fruit, five servings of veggies, and keep those fluids up every day!       

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