WAT-AAH! WAT-AAH! WAT-AAH! WAT-AAH! I totally like saying that outloud as well as typing it over and over!
Did you know between 16 and 33 percent of children and adolescents are obese? Scary…what’s even more scary is weight gain due to poor diet and lack of exercise is responsible for over 300,000 deaths each year.
We don’t have a junk food house. We also don’t have video game junkies or T.V obsessed kids. Playtime and exercise is hugely important! The girls don’t drink soda unless we are out to eat or have a special occasion like a cookout or party. Juice is not a constant drink either…the drink in my house is water! This helps with weight, teeth, energy, moods…everything!
Water is so important and I realize a lot of kids just are not as into drinking it as my girls are. But what if drinking water could be a little more fun, a little more cool?
Water can be fun!
When we received our samples of Wat-aah! in the mail the girls were immediately interested because of how it looked. The cool graphics, fun colors was so cool to them. I have to admit I stole the pink one and claimed it as mine immediately. the pink one is “BODY”, I figured with all the crap mine has been going through that I definitely deserved it!
Each bottle color of Wat-aah is aimed at something different. Please check out the website to see all the varieties!
WAT-AAH! is making everyone aware that there is an alternative to soda and other sugary drinks, all while being fun, too! Founded in New York City by Rose Cameron and her son, Jack, WAT-AAH! is the first water “cool” enough to convince kids to switch from soda and other sugary beverages that litter the marketplace. With 1 in 3 children in the US considered to be overweight or obese, WAT-AAH! has a clear mission: to reverse the established behavior and dependency on sweetened drinks among American children, thus reducing the alarmingly high rates of childhood obesity.
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