What’s in your water?

Hey beautiful people, I hope you’re all doing well and having a lovely start to your weekend.

My daughter is just over four and half months old and our pediatrician recommended we start introducing her to water. I mentioned this on my IG and FB stores and got A LOT of messages, comments, questions and suggestions so I’m sharing more info with you guys here.

As with everything baby related, I took the time to do a little research when I read that most bottled and filtered waters contain a lot of sodium, nitrates and impurities that a baby’s digestive system cannot properly regulate.

Even in adults, excess sodium, nitrates and impurities in our water may be harmful in large amounts. This is even more true in the case of babies and young children.

For this reason, we have started Amber on Sant’Anna water which is the only bottled water on the market that is actually recommended for babies.

Here’s why I’m choosing Sant’Anna water for Amber and the whole family too:

Low sodium

Low nitrates

Contains ver low total dissolving solids

Bottled from an unpolluted source

BABY WEANING ESSENTIALS – PLANT OPTIONAL!

That’s it from me for today – I’ll be back with a new blog post Every Single week 🙂

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Until next week, be well xXx

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