Karma Water: For Good Karma and Good Health

Posted: October 13, 2012 by jerkmagblog in CRISP -- health
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As the doctor says, you should be drinking eight classes of water each day, if not more. For most people, water doesn’t always seem to be their number one beverage choice and in return, find themselves reaching for sugary fruit juices and/or soda. I know I sound like a broken record, but those drinks are not good for your body.

Your blood, muscles, lungs and brain, (kind of important) all contain water. You need more water to help regulate body temperature and for transportation of nutrients to organs and tissues throughout your body. If you are taking in too little of water, you can cause damage to your body through dehydration, muscle cramps, headaches and constipation (oh shit).

If you are one of those people who can’t seem to fulfill the daily requirement of water intake, there are other options for you to choose. One of these options is the new water called Karma Wellness Water. Karma Wellness Water, or simply Karma, is a water bottle with vitamins stored on top of the bottle. When you are ready to drink it you simply peel the sticker on top, push the top cap to infuse fresh vitamins, shake the water and vitamins, and then drink it! Not only does it contain all of these benefits, but it also has five delicious flavors including Acai Blueberry, Raspberry Guava Jackfruit, Passion fruit Green Tea and Orange Mango.

Sounds easy! But why do WE have to put the vitamins in the water? The experts behind Karma found that vitamins that sit in water for an extended period of time sometimes deteriorate and then we lose the benefits.  Instead, if you place the vitamins in the proprietary cap until you’re ready to drink the water, you will enjoy their benefits at their highest potency.

Now, even though these bottles run for roughly $2.00 a piece, and could be used for a bud light at chucks, they are filled with vitamins your body needs daily. This water contains 110% daily value of Vitamin A, B3-Niacin, B5, B6, B12, D and E, as well as superfruits, antioxidants, and nutraceuticals.

Sound like a bunch of gibberish? Well, to make it simple, it’s very good for you and will fill in most of the vitamins you are missing out on while you eat gross food from the dining halls and Marshall Street.

Happy drinking my friends, and don’t forget to stay hydrated!

– Chelsey Perry

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