Content and/or other value provided by our partner, resource natural spring water.
Resource also comes in a larger bottle, at 1 pt (700 ml), or about three servings of water. This sustainably sourced 100% spring water also contains natural electrolytes, something your body needs day to day, and even more so in hot weather where you are sweating a lot. Unlike some of the other electrolyte drinks available on the market, resource contains no calories - so no worries about fitting it into your diet.
Resource sent me on over a couple of bottles to try out and experience Total Electrolytenment. (LOL, such a funny phrase, right?) It had a clean taste. I always have a love-hate relationship with bottled water because I feel they waste too many resources, but I also know from an emergency standpoint I need to keep at least a couple of days worth on hand. (Got to stay hydrated when killing zombies, right? *wink wink*) I like that these bottles at least are made with recycled plastic - they feel thinner than other bottles to me - and that right on the bottle they encourage folks to keep recycling the bottles. (Sure, I've gotten the message, and I know you have too - but apparently, there's a lot of others who we still need to reach. Only when the landfills are free of items that can be recycled, will the message have reached everyone!) I also liked that Resource contains naturally occurring electrolytes to help keep my body hydrated and happy when it needs it most.
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I received free samples of this product in exchange for sharing my thoughts on it. All opinions are my own.