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Jewish Recipes --> Food and Health --> H2O - Tap Water or Bottle Water

Source: U.S. Food and Drug Administration
July-August 2002

What are American drinking?It's a rare day that Kelly Harrison, a mother of five from Tulsa, Okla., doesn't find herself chauffeuring kids to some kind of sports practice or school activity.

As she checks to see that each child is seat-belted into the family's minivan, Harrison also makes sure they've got the essentials: the right sports equipment, the right clothes, and what she considers to be the right drink--bottled water.

When she was growing up, Harrison, 34, might have grabbed a soft drink or juice on her way out the door.

But for her kids, Harrison insists on what she thinks is a healthier choice--water.

She says her children's young bodies need water as they play in the Oklahoma sun.

Bottled water also contains no caffeine, no calories and no sugar.

Plus, bottled water comes in convenient bottles, easy to tote from home to wherever the busy family goes.

 

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