What our bodies don't realize is that many times we mistake thirst for hunger. In fact, according to Dr. Fereydoon Batmanghelidj, M.D.'s book, Your Body’s Many Cries for Water, the thirst mechanism in the body is so weak in 37% of the population, they don't even detect thirst and instead eat when they should hydrate. Those confusing signals can be a challenge especially when in the midst of a "no fast food challenge".
When I was approached for the opportunity to do a product review, the first item I chose was their glass water bottles. Then when I committed to the "No Fast Food Challenge", I knew I could tie both topics together. I had owned a glass water bottle previously and alas, it broke. What is great about the Takeya glass water bottle is the silicone sleeve protects it against breakage. How clever! I also appreciate the wider opening, because so often small bottles with smaller openings are really difficult to clean.
I love drinking out of glass. I have a hard time drinking out of steel because I can taste the metal, and plastic tends to absorb a soapy flavor after too many washings. Additionally, the glass water bottle is dishwasher safe and comes with a variety of different colored sleeves so every member of the family can have their own bottle.
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disclaimer: Our Daily Green received a complimentary glass water bottle to review for this post. Nonetheless, I am resisting the temptation to tell you that I now drink like a fish. I will simply state that hydration is great and helps quell imaginary hunger pangs.