WATER’S ROLE IN OUR BODY
Water helps nearly every part of the human body function efficiently. Considering that our bodies are almost two-thirds water, it’s important to understand water’s role in a healthy active lifestyle.
- Water carries nutrients and oxygen to all cells in the body.
- Water moistens oxygen and is required for breathing.
- Water regulates your body temperature.
- Water protects and cushions vital organs and joints.
- Water helps to convert food into energy.
- Water helps your body absorb nutrients.
- Bones are 22% water.
- Your brain is 75% water.
- Muscles are 75% water.
- Your blood is 92% water.
Hydrate and restore your active body and refresh your mind.
Mountain Fresh Hydration
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Tetra Pak is a world leader in good packaging. They work with non-GMO farmers in Brazil to create kinder plastic caps derived from sugarcane. But that’s just 5% of our pack. Even sweeter, our complete package is 100% recyclable and made with up to 70% renewable material, the majority of which is paperboard.
Paperboard is a super material. It’s making process uses minimal fossil fuels and energy, sees a very low carbon footprint and considers high care for the planet. The waste reduction is massive.
DNA OF THE P-A-C-K
- Paperboard is our main material because it’s stable, strong, totally recyclable and ecologically efficient.
- Aluminum foil protects against oxygen and light.
- Plastic films protect against outer moisture.
- Plant-based plastics require absolutely no fossil fuels (a no-brainer).
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AMERICANS NOW DRINK MORE BOTTLED WATER.
Americans now officially drink more bottled water than soda. It’s a shift that decades ago might have seemed unthinkable—that consumers would buy a packaged version of something they could get free from a tap. But bottled-water sales have been growing in the U.S. ever since the arrival of Perrier in the 1970s. The gains accelerated in recent years amid concerns about the health effects of sugary drinks and the safety of public water supplies.