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Drinking More Water – Featuring Omega Water

One of the foundations of my new healthier lifestyle is to drink more water.

I've always been a heavy drinker.

ha! I don't drink alcohol at all. But I do consume a lot of liquid.

Sometimes, I'm too dorky even for myself.

Back to the point. I drink a lot, and I have been working hard on drinking more water and less juice and tea and pop.

I read somewhere that my drinking a full glass of water before meals and any time I feel like I'm getting hungry will help me to ascertain whether I'm really hungry or not.

I have a tendency to eat mindlessly, so drinking extra water might help. OMega Water

If I do it. That remains up in the air.

I like the taste of water. On the other hand, I really like my pop and juice and flavored stuff.

That's where Omega Water comes in.

I've never found a flavored water that I liked enough to drink a whole bottle, so I tried Omega Water expecting not to like it.

It contains omega-3s, something my doctor has harassed me about for years.

Omega-3s may help decrease triglycerides, lower blood pressure, help with depression, decrease inflammation, improve dementia, and help a whole bunch of other conditions according to the February 2012 Weight Watchers magazine and Wikipedia.

The last time I tried an omega-3 supplement, I tasted fish for hours. I breathed fish. I smelled fish. I even burped fish.

Oh, I gagged. It was awful. If it's ever happened to you, you know exactly what I'm talking about.

Hence the gagging.

Human bodies can't make omega-3s, so we have to get it from food sources. Experts say to aim for 1-2 grams per day.

If I can get some of that from water – that I'd be drinking anyway – I'm happy.

Omega Water surprised me. It tastes good. There's no fishy anything.

It tasted so good that I actually finished the whole bottle, and I stuck a few more in the fridge.

Possible Sources of Omega-3s

  • Omega Water – 100 mg (that's 1/10 of a gram) per bottle
  • Walnuts  – 2 g per 1/4 cup
  • Flax seeds – 2 g per 1/4 cup
  • Sardines – 2 g per 3 oz
  • Tuna, mackerel, salmon – 1.5 g per 3 oz
  • Free range eggs may contain omega-3s

 

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1 thought on “Drinking More Water – Featuring Omega Water”

  1. I use to drink the omega water all the time and can’t get it anymore. Can someone give me some information as to what happened and where I can buy it again?????
    Thank you
    Randi

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