Did you know that 75 percent of Americans are chronically dehydrated? If you’re anything like me, then perhaps there comes a point in your day where you stop and say, “Wow! I’m really thirsty!” My liquid intake consists of coffee in the morning on the way to work, coffee during recess (I’m a 5th grade teacher), and sometimes a little bit of water at lunch. By the time after school rolls around at about 3 o’clock, I am so parched! This is why one of my goals towards better health, is being more conscious about my water intake.
Although I’ve been packing water with my lunch for a quite some time, I normally leave it in my lunch bag. Now, however, I leave it sitting out on my desk. This allows me to see it more, drink it more, and stay hydrated more.
I was curious to not only see how an alkaline water, such as Essence ph10 would taste, but also to see the effect it would have on my hydration level and overall energy level. As for taste, well, it tastes just like water. Seriously, no floral hint, no mineral taste, just water. And for energy? From the beginning, I noticed a difference. I was well hydrated, didn’t feel my normal thirstiness at the end of the day, and had more energy in the afternoon as well!
My husband and teenage daughter took notice of the Essence pH10 water and requested to try a liter. The husband’s comment after a day of drinking Essence pH10 water was, “Wow, that water was very hydrating.” As for the daughter, she said, “It tastes like water.”
It’s probably no secret that I try to lead an active, healthy lifestyle through running. When I’m properly hydrated, I can run longer and faster. As stated at essenceph10.com, there are three major benefits to drinking Essence pH10 water. 1) It helps to restore your body to its natural pH balance which improves your energy level 2) Has antioxidant power with 66 mg of organic Hibiscus per liter 3) It detoxifies by flushing acidic toxins from your body.
Interested in trying some Essence pH10 water for yourself? Be sure to enter the following giveaway! (*Winner randomly chosen Monday, March 13th. Open to U.S. residents only. One prize per person. If you win a prize from another blogger, please disclose that so we can choose another winner. Thank you.)