4 Ways to Increase Your Water Intake
This is a sponsored post with Pelican Water Systems. All opinions are mine.
As I get older, I hear about all the things I need to do to stay healthy. These include eating the right foods, exercising, getting enough sleep, and drinking enough water. One of the things I have a hard time doing is drinking enough water and when I don’t, I can definitely feel it. So how much water should I drink and why is it so hard to drink enough water? I mean it seems like an easy enough thing to do, right? One reason is that sometimes the water doesn’t taste good and another is that I simply forget to. So how do I increase my water intake? Check out these 4 Ways to Increase Water Intake.
4 Ways to Increase Water Intake
1 – Carry a water bottle. One way that I find that I drink more water is by always having water with me. Once I finish it, I refill it with our filtered water from home.
2 – Set a reminder on your phone. Often times, I set reminders on my phone to remind me of doctor appointments, conference calls, and even tweet reminders. A great way to remember to drink water is by setting a reminder on your phone.
3 – Eat your water. Drinking water isn’t the only way to increase water intake. Foods that are high in water content include tomatoes, watermelon, cucumbers, spinach, green peppers, celery, and cauliflower. How does a Cucumber and Tomato Salad sound? Yummy!
4 – Filter your water for good-tasting water. There are many families that don’t keep a steady supply of water bottles (it can get expensive) or don’t have refrigerators with water filters (those can be expensive). And we all know that drinking water that doesn’t taste good doesn’t make you want to drink more, right? That’s where the Pelican 3-Stage Under-Counter Drinking Water Filter comes into play.
About the Pelican 3-Stage Drinking Water Filter
The Pelican 3-Stage Drinking Filter offers high quality drinking water by reducing chlorine and chloramine taste/odor from your water. The system features hygienically sealed filter cartridges and color-coded fittings for fast installation and easy service.
Compared to a traditional RO system, the unique Pelican 3-Stage Filter wastes no water and offers 1,500 gallons of filtered water with on-demand filtration.
Compact Drinking Water Filter
The Pelican 3-Stage Drinking Filter features 3 stages of filtration: 25 Micron Prefilter, and 2 Catalytic GAC Carbon filters in a compact, easy to maintain mainfold.
Green By Design®
The Pelican 3-Stage Drinking Filter uses the latest in system design and filtration technology to filter taste and odor issues from your water without wasting water down the drain, leaving you with cleaner, fresher, healthier water. The Pelican Drinking Filter has a smaller footprint and uses significantly fewer resources in the manufacturing process than the typical 3-stage systems . Smaller packaging and a lighter shipping weight further reduce impact on the environment.
Easy to Maintain
Yearly maintenance is quick and easy. Simply remove the cover and replace the cartridge – no complicated plumbing connections, no tools required.
Made In The U.S.A.
The Pelican 3-Stage Drinking Filter is designed, manufactured and assembled by skilled labor in the USA using quality components .
Beneficial Minerals Kept
The Pelican 3-Stage Drinking Water Filter offers a carbon filter inside that retains essential minerals (calcium & magnesium) to your drinking and cooking water which are removed from RO systems and Ultra Filtration systems.
- Manufactured in the USA
- Easy to install and maintain
- Replace filter cartridges without tools
- Premium activated coconut carbon
- Compact design saves precious under the counter space
- 3 Stylish faucet options
What does the system include?
- Manifold with 3 filter stages
- Installation Guide
- Faucet tubing (3/8” blue)
- Feed water tubing (1/4” green)
- Inlet fitting with shut-off
The Pelican Water Systems 3-Stage Water Filter is definitely a great way to get fresh and delicious tasting water from your sink. It’s also easy to set up and maintain.
Have you tried the Pelican Water Systems 3-Stage Water Filter?
How do you increase your water intake?