Monday, May 12, 2008

GFCF Diet and SIGG Water Bottles

A commenter on another post asked me about the Sigg Water Bottles I showed in one of my pictures. She was wondering if they are "safe" for our kids.

I must say, I was intrigued by the Sigg bottles that I saw at our Whole Foods, but then I got concerned when I saw they were aluminum (since we're always trying to get the metals OUT of their systems not IN, right?).

But somebody on the GFCFKids yahoo group posted that they have a special inner lining that has been shown to have 0% leaching. So I went ahead and got them for my kids.

I'm sure you are smarter and will not just take the word of some stranger on the Internet, right? (smile) As such, here is a link to the SIGG site that discusses all this, so you can read it for yourself. Click HERE.

We use the SIGG bottles for snack times on weekends sometimes and for lunchtime in the lunchboxes.

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