And I'm not talking about the "enhancing" kind.

Hubs got my XM Radio working again in my car (thanks!) it makes my work commute so much more bearable. I love listening Dr. Oz in the morning, but man! I think being armed with too much information is just as bad.

This morning he had a couple toxicologists on. They were discussing, among many other offensive environmental challenges, the ongoing issues of plastic bottles. They shared a little poem which helps you to remember which are the bad and which are the good.

4, 5, 1, 2, all the rest are bad for you.*

*1's have some ?'s surrounding them, but they're not necessarily terrible.

So, if your bottles is labeled 1, 3, 6 or 7 -- figure out what you want to do. The Camelback bottle I lifted from my Husband is a number 7. Ugh.

Take it for what it's worth -- depends on how militant you want to be about eliminating the plastic from your life.

I am certainly no professional... I'm just sharing this info that I heard on the radio (which is for entertainment puposes only) because I'm nice like that. :)


  1. LOL I know your notes...even if they aren't signed. :)

    I agree about being without the machine. The Danskin bike course is only 12 miles, but it's 12 potentially vulnerable miles, if you know what I mean. If the swim sucks, the bike will be a little confidence booster for me. I need my baby!

  2. I just peeked at my cute pink water bottle on my desk. It's a number 7!

    Thanks Donna and Dr. Oz!


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