This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of PUR®.
It’s hard to believe that we’ve already said goodbye to 2016. The chaos of the holiday season has passed and it’s finally time for a bit of stillness and reflection just to get my head straight. 2017 offers so many possibilities. Now is the time for us to think about all of the wonderful things we’re about to accomplish.
Resolution time, anyone? I know that resolutions get a bad rap, but the beginning of the year truly is a great time to sit down to set goals and truly reflect on what we can do to make the upcoming year even better.
Really, truly, one of the easiest ways that we can do this is.. drumroll, please.
Drinking more water!
And not just drinking more water, but drinking water that is better quality. Let’s face it, some water carries with it a lot of icky chemicals. Do you know what’s in your water? If you don’t, I encourage you to check out KnowYourWater.com, where you can actually see where your water comes from and what it contains!
PUR is dedicated now more than ever to giving consumers options to ensure they are drinking healthier, cleaner water from their taps. These new faucet filtration systems provide consumers with a variety of affordable, best in class options and a superior solution for their tap at a time when concerns about our nation’s drinking water are high.
If you haven’t considered drinking better water to your list of New Years Resolutions, here’s a few great reasons why you should!
One of the biggest benefits of drinking plenty of water is that it flushes Toxins From Your Body
In addition to simply hydrating your body, water serves to help remove waste from your body. It helps remove more than basic digestive waste too. Water helps flush toxins from your cells and organs, too. Help your body help itself by ensuring that the water you drink is free from contaminants.
If you’re considering a PUR filter, know that they are certified by NSF and WQA to reduce over 70 contaminants including 99% of lead, 96% of mercury and 92% of certain pesticides. They are also certified to reduce chlorine (taste & odor), microbial cysts, as well as industrial pollutants and the only faucet filter to reduce pharmaceutical compounds.
How many times have you reached idly for a bag of chips to snack on, only to realize that you’re not hungry at all? Let’s be frank about this: when it comes to hunger and hydration, we’re usually really confused about what we want! Many diet and nutrition experts recommend drinking a glass of water when you feel hungry. Drinking a glass of water can take care of the hunger signals, which in turn can help YOU stay on track for eating better.
Improved skin, joints, hair, nails and muscles. When all of your cells are healthy and hydrated, your body is able to function optimally. That means your hair is healthier. Your skin is vital and healthy. Your joints, tendons and muscles have what they need to function as well. In short, drink water to look and feel better.
Many studies have found that drinking more water helps lower cholesterol, blood pressure and minimize the risk of heart disease! Much of the benefit to your heart comes from two key factors; water helps your blood flow which in turn lowers blood pressure and the strain on your heart. Additionally, water helps your body carry nutrients to your organs and vital tissues.
As we come from the cusp of the biggest gift-giving holiday, budget-friendly options are weighing heavily on our minds, right? 1 year of PUR is more affordable than
- 1-month of a fancy gym membership
- 2 months of bottled water
- ½ hour hot stone massage
- 3 weeks of lattes to-go
You can pay big bucks for sparkling mineral water, that comes from a fancy bottle with pretty packaging. Or you can simply walk into your kitchen and turn on the tap!
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of PUR.