I’ve been on the hunt for a glass water bottle for a while now. Why glass? I think the real question is: why not plastic or stainless steel? Well, as I’ve learned more and more about healthy foods, I’ve also learned more and more about healthy products. As far as plastic goes, I no longer use plastic bags, containers, or bottles because there are chemicals in plastic that leach onto the food or drink that touches it (especially when plastic gets warm or heated). And stainless steel? Well, because steel is a metal, heavy metals can enter the food or drink it’s touching and cause heavy metal toxicity, which you can find more information on in my article about headaches and migraines.
So, with that information securely in my brain, I set out in search of a glass water bottle. What I began finding was that most of the glass water bottles I found had plastic openings to drink through. I realize that this isn’t a huge deal, and that glass with plastic is better than plastic with plastic, but I was still hopeful that there was an all glass bottle out there.