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Let the Culligan Man Help You Choose Water Over Sugary Drinks With Great-Tasting Culligan Water

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Recently a judge in New York City put a stop to a ban that would invoke portion control on sugary drinks in the Big Apple, furthering the debate amongst beverage consumers all across the country (1). The ban proposed a 16-ounce limit on sugary drinks, both bottled and fountain, in some establishments such as movie theaters and restaurants (1).

While you may not be concerned about the ban on sugary sodas, it might surprise you to know how sugar can sneak into many beverages - you may not even realize that a lot of beverages you are drinking are high in sugar. Did you know that sugar has many names and any number of them can show up on a drink label? Here are just a few (2):

  • Corn syrup
  • Fructose
  • Fruit juice concentrates
  • Glucose
  • High-fructose corn syrup
  • Lactose
  • Maltose

Why not choose a beverage that doesn't contain sugar that you can get in any size? Of course - we are talking about water! Drinking water provides many health benefits, including cutting down on those empty calories you get from sugary beverages.

If you choose sugary beverages because you don't like the way your water tastes, let Culligan help with that! An easy way to improve the quality and taste of your water is to have great-tasting Culligan water with you at all times. Your local Culligan Man can provide just that. He can install a Drinking Water Filtration System in your home that can get rid of the funny taste from chlorine or the bitter taste from tannins in your water. Your Culligan Man can also install a Bottle Free® Cooler for unlimited Culligan water or deliver Bottled Water directly to your office. Whatever your drinking water needs, your Culligan Man can help. Schedule an appointment today to start choosing great-tasting Culligan water! And if you have a favorite way to spice up your drinking water, like adding cucumbers or fruit for flavor, head on over to our Facebook poll and tell us what your favorite water additive is!

  1. http://newyork.cbslocal.com/2013/03/11/last-day-for-new-yorkers-to-buy-super-sized-sugary-drinks-in-nyc/
  2. http://www.hsph.harvard.edu/nutritionsource/added-sugar-on-food-labels/#1

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