• Stay away from plastic.
  • Do not store food or drinks in plastic.
  • Do not drink from plastic, especially hot drinks.
  • Store your food and drinks in glass or stainless steel.
  • Drink and eat using glass or stainless steel.
  • Heating or freezing consumables in plastic leaches chemicals into your product. Then you eat or drink these leached chemicals.
  • You should not use a Microwave as it alters your food. Do not use plastic containers in Microwave.


Take water, drinks, smoothies with you. Do not use plastic containers. Stop buying water and drinks from the store. Make your own and pack in an insulated bag.

  • Good time to talk about stop drinking and storing your water, drinks, excreta in plastic.
  • I used to use glass and still do for most things I store.
  • Traveling with glass water bottles is nice, however they do brake and or shatter.
  • I have found for years now to pack my supplies in insulated stainless-steel containers. 
  • I do not have to worry about stainless-steel leaching chemicals into my supply regardless if the content is hot or cold. 
  • Insulated bags are a great way to keep your supplies longer.
  • Placing reusable ice packs in insulated bag will also assist with keeping supplies longer.
  • Glass vs Stainless-steel.  Stainless-steel if dropped or hit hard enough will dent, while glass will break.  All my glass containers have broken over the years, while most of my stainless-steel has survived.  Most have dents either on side or bottom because I dropped them but they are still useable.

Filling your reusable stainless-steel containers and placing them in a reusable insulated bag with reusable ice packs, will save you money quickly instead of purchasing water, drinks, food wrapped in plastic. You also are assisting the environment.

Filtering your water, creating ice from filtered water, creating your own green smoothies, creating your own drinks, and placing in reusable glass or stainless-steel container will have a great impact on your body, mind, and this earth.


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