The Story of Bottled Water (2010)

Thank you, Annie Leonard and StoryOfStuff.org, for this entertaining and informative video about bottled water!

NOTE:  The fact is that our taps no longer provide us with clean, safe water to drink.  So, consider filtering your own water and drinking it from a reusable water bottle!  Water is so basic to our good health that you might want to seriously consider investing in a quality water filtration system, if you have not already.  And, while you’re at it, why not do an online search of the dangers of fluoride.  Consider a water filtration system that also filters the fluoride from your water!

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2 Responses to The Story of Bottled Water (2010)

  1. getPHYT says:

    Thanks for sharing the video! Brita all the way! I’m guessing you’re not a fan of Smart Water. haha.

    Check out our post on water! http://getphyt.org/2011/12/06/waters-all-around-please/ and let us know what you think!

    • Michelle M. says:

      Thank you for your information! Personally, though, I seriously question the healthiness of artificial sweeteners. In addition, lately I’ve been reading some disturbing information about pasteurized milk. Watch my future posts about both of these, which will be shared for reader consideration. Myself, I drink mostly water and sometimes tea (made from hot water and a tea bag or fresh herbs) or occasionally organic juice. And, yes, I filter my own drinking water and take it out with me. I also have a way to quickly and discreetly filter public drinking water.

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