Resource Natural Spring Water

When it comes to providing fluids for my family, I like to find the best that is out there. We encourage our kids to drink water instead of juice and sodas, and with me being pregnant, I drink more water than I do when I am not pregnant. With these hot summer days upon us it is easy for us to think about replacing the electrolytes that ours and our kids bodies need by giving them sports drinks, but unless my kids are really dehydrated, I dont see the need for the added sugar and sodium that they will get from the sports drinks. I found a solution to that dilemma that I was facing, on the fact that with the heat, my kids would benefit from the added electrolytes that the sports drinks have, but also from the fact that water is so much better for them, when I was sent some samples of Resource Natural Spring Water. Not only does the water come from 100% natural spring water, but it also has natural electrolytes in the water for taste. Another plus about the Resource Natural Spring Water is the fact that it is not only really good water for myself and the kids but that also the bottle is made from 50% recycled plastic, which makes this water better for the planet than most other bottled waters! It is more than just hydration, it’s Total Electrolytenment, Electrolytenment is about living a more enlightened and holistic life. So when you are stuck with that dilemma of making sure your kids are hydrated and that they are also getting those much needed electrolytes as well as reducing your carbon foot print on the planet, then stock up on the new Resource Natural Spring Water!! 

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This was not a paid post and honest/original opinions were used and they are my own. Thank you to the company and/or pr agency who supplied the product for review.


  1. SMGajus
    August 9, 2012 / 4:26 pm

    I love the fact that this has natural electrolytes. My husband runs (is training for a marathon type of running) and WILL NOT drink sugary drinks like Gatorade and hates the taste of the 0 calorie drinks – this may just be his perfect solution!

  2. Anna Maloy
    August 10, 2012 / 1:32 pm

    I'd never heard of this product, but it sounds wonderful. I don't like to give my kids the drinks full of sugar like Gatorade, but playing sports requires replacing fluids and electrolytes. This will be perfect!Thanks!maloydeals at gmail dot com

  3. Amy W.
    August 31, 2012 / 12:40 am

    I like this a lot. I never have liked giving my kids Gatorade or powerade drinks. cwitherstine at zoominternet dot net

  4. Laura Lane
    October 30, 2012 / 9:30 pm

    We've drank a lot of bottled water since the Joplin tornado. I haven't seen this one though.

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