After drinking a gallon of water a day for three months, my skin finally cleared up

Fidus Large 1 Gallon/128oz Motivational Water Bottle with Time Marker & Straw –

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Before I even get into this update, I need to say this bottle really is leakproof. It has flown across my car, fallen out of my hands, and slipped off every surface in my apartment (I am very clumsy) and yet it has never leaked.

When I started this journey, I went into it wanting three things:

  • To feel better, because my allergies had me feeling tired and dehydrated all the time
  • For my skin to clear up
  • To curb my cravings

I don’t think I’ll ever quite curb my food cravings, but I will say drinking 128 ounces of water a day makes you feel full for longer – which makes me snack less. I have to be mindful of what I am snacking on, since I am trying to make healthier

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