Although there are numerous factors that feed into childhood obesity, one of them is probably the calorie filled sugary drinks that kids have. If you know me, you know I am not a fan of children drinking soda, sugary drinks or even a lot of juice. These sugar ladden drinks are all over the market place, and often are touted as being healthy. Flavored water or "vitamin" water is frequently laced with sweetners. If you look at the labels closely, you will see that many "juice" drinks contain added sugar. Manufacturers use fun and exciting packaging along with advertising to entice children into wanting these drinks. The creative packaging can also trick parents into thinking they are purchasing thes sugar ladden drinks on the premise that it is healthy.
In comes WAT-AAH! The first bottled water "cool" enough to convince kids to switch from other drinks. WAT-AAH's mission is clear: "to reverse the established behavior and dependency on sweetened drinks amoung American children, thus redcuing the alarmingly high rates of childhood obesity." WAT-AAH is a NYC based company founded by Rose Cameron and her son after she asked him why he hated drinking water. His response was, "I know it's good for me, but it's so boring."
My girls begged to open it and try it. They drank WAT-AAH! and loved it! We even said, "Girls, it is just water," but their response was, "We don't care, it's good!" WAT-AAH! contains no sugar, coloring or calories and is bottled in BPA-free bottles. Trendhunter magazine even named WAT-AAH! one of the top 10 products for kids for two consecutive years!
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Disclosure: I received this product to review. I was not compensated in any way and this review contains my honest opionions.