Water keeps our life moving fluidly and supports our health journey. The human body is 65% water, which is why it’s important to stay hydrated. Sadly, when we get thirsty, water isn’t always the first choice–calorie-laden beverages tend to get in the way. This month, make it a goal to drink more water.









4 Comments

  1. Jeannie Ware

    How does this challenge KNOW how much water you are drinking? I drink only water, many cups during the day, but am I supposed to prove it? How?

  2. Linda Bomar

    I have been drinking 10-12 glasses of water a day for quite some time. I use a glass at home that is 16 oz for everyday use. I have a wonderful stainless steel Thermos drink bottle that is 24 oz that goes with me every time I leave the house. If filled with ice then cold water, it will still be cold the next day without refrigeration. Water is the only thing I drink with the exception of 1 cup of Silk Dark Chocolate Almond heated in the microwave in the morning. I am coffee free!!

  3. When you sign up it actually suggests that you use a bottle that you enjoy already, rather than going down and buying plastic ones, to help save on waste and money 🙂

  4. Exchanging water for sugared drinks and drinking more water is admirable. I would like to see the plastic water bottle in the promo exchanged for a reusable bottle of some kind. That would promote a healthier environment as well.

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