It wasn’t so bad when soft drinks were the occasional treat.
But now sugary drinks are the number one source of calories in the American diet.
With one third of America overweight and another third obese, it’s a wonder
anyone is still swallowing what the soda companies are selling. Let’s drink more water, if is in our glass water bottles, even better!
This is the TED talk we want you to see this month – Jeanne Rizzo, the CEO of Breast Cancer Fund, speaks about the connection between plastic pollution and breast cancer. Take the time to click, watch and share. Jeanne’s talk is simply too important for every one of us.
Another reason we must stop the use of single-use plastic anything – our health matters more than convenience.
…”time past and we still didn’t know or maybe we didn’t want to know that we were creating a building blocks of cancer”…
In support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we have a great offer:
Order 2 or more of either size PINK bottle and you’ll receive FREE SHIPPING.
That’s a $10- 14.00 savings!
Join us in our continued support of the Breast Cancer Research Foundation, a not-for-profit organization whose mission it is to achieve prevention and a cure for breast cancer.
As a member of their Survivors Circle Partner Program, we always contribute 5% from all of our PINK bottles to BCRF.
Check their site: www.bcrfcure.org.
A non-profit educational film about the effects of plastic debris on our marine ecosystem
In the year 2010 global plastic production reached 300 million tonnes. A third of this was used in disposable packaging. In the United Kingdom, 3 million tonnes of plastic are thrown away every year, 1% of the total amount of all plastic manufactured on the planet.
But what happens to this plastic when it is thrown away? Most of it makes its way to landfill. Some goes to recycling or incineration. The rest escapes into our environment, and to the world’s oceans…and nobody knows how long it will stay there. Estimates range from decades to hundreds of thousands of years.
‘Plastic Shores’ is a documentary that explores how plastic affects the marine environment. Travelling from the International Marine Debris Conference in Hawai’i to the polluted Blue Flag beaches of Cornwall, the film reveals just how bad the problem of plastic debris is and how it harms aquatic life. There is now not a single beach or sea in the world that is not affected by plastic pollution and the problem is only increasing.