In December, I decided that my New Year’s resolution was going to be getting rid of all my plastic dishes and cups. I was inspired by a friend of mine who is also on a mission to help her child through nutrition, vitamins and lessening the environmental toxins in the household. Over coffee in December […]

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  • Anonymous - hello there,
    i relate to your toxin-free resolution.
    even though i have no kiddies to keep toxin free there is always me! i just switched over to a SIGG water bottle and i love it. it really is light weight and perfect for travel.
    basically it is designed for water or juices, not hot stuff (the make a thermos for that ). so…i feel like i ‘m saving our planet a little and saving on overpaying for plastic bottles of water too!
    as you prolly kow they make kid sized decorated bottles too …maybe that would give you a non reactive container for drinks that won’t splinter if it falls to the floor (inevitably)
    thanks for your informative site.ReplyCancel

  • Anonymous - i’m the original poster…
    thanks for your comment…i love the SIGG water bottles. I had never heard of them before, probably because most of my research is on nutrition and i have been busy in the kitchen for the last ten months. but, i am going to order them.i do have a little concern over the secrecy of the resin lining and the aluminum factor. i was also interested in buying some small wooden bowls and cups so if anyone sees any let me know. i think the wood are the best daily in house option for now.ReplyCancel

  • gfcfmom - After researching the SIGG bottles, the aluminum factor is concerning. I would recommend stainless steel.ReplyCancel

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