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  • Take Your Define Bottle On Your Lunch Break

    For many people working stressful office jobs, there is nothing as great as leaving the office for lunch. The simple act of walking out the doors can help the weight of the world melt away, even if just for a little bit. And while many people treasure their hour outside of the office, more often than not, leaving the office means either dining out at a restaurant or a packed lunch on the go. In both of these common scenarios, lunch is accompanied by a soft drink. Whether it is the fountain drink at your favorite sandwich shop with endless refills or the bottle of soda you placed in your lunch box, neither of these drinks are healthy choices because they are packed with sweeteners and added sugars.

    Bring Your Water Bottle With Fruit To Lunch

    From dropping by the closest park for a peaceful lunch to stopping in your local diner, take your Define Water bottle with you to lunch no matter where you go. Not only will you avoid excessively sweet beverages, you will also save money on purchasing them. In fact, most restaurants will even refill your water for free. If you freshly sliced your fruit mixture before heading to work in the morning, there’s a good chance there’s plenty of flavor left in your water bottle with fruit infuser to get you through the afternoon, too. The Define Bottle was designed for life on the go, and if you’re already bringing your water bottle with fruit infuser to work then bringing it to lunch should be no problem. Order a Define Bottle today and make your lunch break even better.
  • Define Bottle Is Your New Best Friend At Work

    Modern workplaces are filled with great amenities that can help you focus on your health. From ergonomic work stations and standing desks to workplace gyms and fitness classes, these days heading into the office is a lot healthier than in the past when most office workers sat in a desk inhaling secondhand smoke all day. However, one area many people have yet to consistently change for the healthier is their work day beverage.

    In the morning there’s office coffee and creamer from the fridge in the break room. At lunch there’s the soda that comes with the value meal and free refills before heading back. In the afternoon it’s an energy drink from the bag. After work it’s the post workout sports drink. All day long, the workplace provides plenty of opportunities to make healthier beverage choices, and that’s where the Define Bottle can be your new best friend at work as replacing just two of those sugar-filled beverages with fruit-infused water would cut your workday sugar intake in half.

    With the Define water bottle with fruit infuser, you can have a great tasting, flavor filled beverage with you all day long. Not only will you be drinking something delicious, it will also greatly reduce your sugar intake which will also help you avoid the afternoon sugar crash. The Define water bottle is easy to use, easy to clean, and easy to bring on the go. It is the perfect workday companion. If you’re looking to improve your workday while cutting back on sugary beverages, order a Define bottle today!
  • Ward Off The 5 Signs Of Dehydration With Define Infused Water Bottles

    The best way to stay hydrated without even having to think about it is to make best friends with one of our infused water bottles. That way, any time you feel thirsty, you can just take a big sip of delicious, fruit-flavored water, and be instantly refreshed.

    Did you know that feeling thirsty isn’t the only way that your body tells you it desperately needs water? In fact, many health experts agree that by the time you actually noticed that parched feeling on your tongue and lips, you’ve probably been dehydrated for quite some time.

    So what are these early and mysterious of dehydration?

    Stinky Breath

    Without proper hydration, it’s hard for your body to produce adequate amounts of saliva. Without saliva, bacteria can have a big party in your mouth, and when that happens, halitosis isn’t far behind.

    Dried-Out Skin

    Are you constantly rubbing your hands, arms, legs, face, and neck with lotion? Does it feel like you can never apply enough chapstick to keep your lips moist? Dry skin is a big red flag that you’re not drinking enough water.

    Cramping Muscles

    Athletes know this all too well: poorly hydrated muscles simply can’t perform at a high level. If you participate in strenuous exercise without drinking enough water, you’re probably going to suffer from painful cramps.

    Sugar Cravings

    Are you constantly thinking about when you’ll be able to eat something sweet? Do you find it impossible to ignore the donuts at work on Friday morning? This can be a sign that your organs aren’t functioning properly due to lack of hydration. Instead of reaching for sugar, add some fruit to your infused water bottle!

    Persistent Headaches

    Headaches are one telltale sign that your body isn’t getting enough water. “The brain sits inside a fluid sack that keeps it from bumping against the skull,” said Dr. John Higgins, associate professor of cardiovascular medicine at the University of Texas in Houston, and chief of cardiology at Lyndon B. Johnson General Hospital, told If that fluid sack is depleted or running low because of dehydration, the brain can push up against parts of the skull, causing headaches.”

    Don’t wait until you feel how thirsty you are, stay hydrated all day long with one of our outstanding Define bottles!
  • 3 Surprising Hydration Facts And How Fruit-Flavored Water Can Help

    When's the last time you drank a full glass of water? Think about it for a second, we’ll wait.

    If the answer is earlier today, yesterday, or even worse, "I don’t know," it’s likely that you're suffering from dehydration right now.

    As makers of high-quality reusable bottles designed to encourage the consumption of vegetable and fruit-flavored water, Define Bottle is dedicated to making sure people all over the world stay hydrated and achieve better health.

    You might be thinking, “But I drink lots of juice, tea, coffee, soda, and other things that quench my thirst. Isn’t that just as good as water?” The answer is a resounding NO! While your body can squeeze a little bit of water out of some of these beverages, they often contain sugars and other ingredients that dehydrate and harm you in other ways.

    Find that surprising? Here are some more hydration facts that you might find shocking, as well as some straight talk about how fruit flavored water can help.

    1. Only One in Four Americans Are Properly Hydrated

    A 1998 study [PDF] of over 3,000 Americans found that found that around 75 percent of participants had a net fluid loss, meaning that they were expending more water than they were consuming. Net fluid loss is a recipe for chronic dehydration, which can lead to a whole host of other health issues.

    2. Dehydration Makes You A Less Productive Worker

    Whether you’re chronically dehydrated or just forgot to bring your water bottle one day, it’s important to know that dehydration makes you less productive at your job, whatever that may be. Studies conducted in 2011 and 2012 [PDF] found that lack of hydration is linked to chronic fatigue, even in young people. These results held up regardless of the participants’ level of physical activity throughout the day.

    3. Chronic Dehydration Puts You At Risk For Kidney Stones

    Another surprising risk of not drinking enough water is that it may put you at increased risk for kidney stones, a very painful condition. In a 1990 study of around 700 patients diagnosed with kidney stones, scientists determined that nearly 20 percent of the cases were linked to dehydration. Want to stay away from all the negative effects mentioned on this list? Grab a Define Bottle and start drinking great-tasting fruit-flavored water today!

  • Incredible Things Happen When You Use A Water Bottle With This Special Fruit

    If you pay attention to health and fitness blogs online, you’ve probably noticed that many of them are constantly advising people to start their morning by chugging some lukewarm water with lemon juice in it.

    This can be a hard pill to swallow for people who’d much rather chug the entire contents of their coffee pot instead!

    Because we love to teach people about why a water bottle with fruit is better for their health and energy levels, we decided to take a more in-depth look at what exactly happens to your body when you drink lemon water.

    Electrolytes On The Rise

    One of the few redeeming qualities of sport drinks like Gatorade and Powerade is that they contain electrolytes, which are essential for the normal function of the body’s organs and cells. Few people realize that you can get the same hydration and electrolyte boost without all the sugar simply from using a water bottle with fruit like lemons in it.

    Joints On The Mend

    Do your joints ache after strenuous exercise? Are you getting older and feel your knees crack and pop every time you bend down? Some of this joint pain can be traced back to a build-up of uric acid, which lemon water helps to flush out of the system.

    Better Digestion

    As you’re probably aware, lemons contain a tremendous amount of citric acid. What you may not know is that citric acid works together with enzymes in your body to stimulate the production of gastric juice in your body. More gastric juice means better digestion and fewer problems like bloating, gas, and constipation.

    Improved Liver Function

    Your liver does a lot of hard work to keep you healthy, but it doesn’t get nearly as much preventative care as other organs, like your heart and lungs. When you drink water from a bottle with lemon fruit in it, your liver will respond by producing enzymes your body needs to deal with toxins. Lemon water also makes it easier for your liver to release toxins that are already built up within it and expel them from the body.

    Fight Back Against Infection

    Want to be the only person in your office that doesn’t come down with a sore throats, tonsil inflammation, or sinus infections? Water infused with lemon juice has amazing anti-inflammatory properties, which can help to protect you from these types of illnesses all year long.

    Reduce Depression And Anxiety

    These days most of us are stressed about something, whether it be work or relationships. However for some people, this general stress quickly stems into persistent depression or sudden attacks of acute anxiety. It might sound incredible to suggest that a water bottle with fruit in it can actually help reduce these mental and emotional problems, but it’s true. Lemons give your water a higher potassium level, a lack of which has been linked to both depression and anxiety.

    Hopefully this post has helped you discover what a powerful decision it can be to add some lemon juice to your water in the morning and throughout the day!

    Don’t forget that the Define water bottle make it easy to infuse your water with fruits of all kinds. Shop the full selection today.

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