ALEXANDRIA, VA – The International Bottled Water Association (IBWA) says that a decision by the University of Vermont to ban the sale of bottled water, while at the same time mandating that vending machines contain 1/3 healthy beverages, sends a contradictory and confusing message to its students. The decision also restricts freedom of choice for students to choose one of the healthiest beverages available in vending machines.
Alexandria, VA – A New Year marks a perfect time to start new routines, and many of the resolutions people make involve trying to lead healthier lives. The International Bottled Water Association (IBWA) offers this list of five reasons consumers should make bottled water a part of maintaining a healthy lifestyle in 2012.
Avoiding certain beverages can help you avoid unnecessary calories. This article identifies how a simple trip to the supermarket can easily lead you into a calorie-rich mine field even though you're being ever so careful.
A healthy start to the New Year begins at home. Joe Doss, president of the International Bottled Water Association, and Beth Greer, of Super Natural Mom, recently joined host Jonathan Hall on the blog cast “Around the Water Cooler,” to discuss healthy starts for 2012. From a Hydration Calculator App to misconceptions about product safety, don’t disregard these simple ways to make your life healthier.
The show focuses on the important role water plays in daily life, the importance of drinking water and offers listeners great tips to sustain healthy living throughout the coming year.
There are many reasons to stay properly hydrated, but only recently have scientists begun to consider diabetes prevention one of them. The amount of water you drink can play a role in how your body regulates blood sugar, researchers have found.
Bottled Water Matters is the official voice of the bottled water companies, formed by the IBWA. Give bottled water consumers a voice to share their ideas about bottled water facts, types of bottled water, mineral water brands, bottled water, water bottle labels