Sno Iceland Glacier Water, the Purest Water to Date, Comes to London’s High Street Kensington
Prepare yourself for the next edge in hyper-health: Nitrate-free Sno Iceland Glacier Water is the purest water in the market. We should soon expect bottles of Sno Iceland Glacier Water to be the mandatory accessory for London mums and fitness buffs, for good reason, too.
From top to bottom, 360 degree sourcing and packaging make Sno Iceland Glacier Water the must-have accessory when striving to keep a pure, detoxed, distressed and focused, well rounded lifestyle. Sno Glacier Water is nitrate-free, a coup d’état for anyone serious about minimizing toxins in their diet. Dietary Supplement News gave Sno Iceland Glacier Water its highest rating, G4 rating, stating “it’s the cleanest, purest water from a pristine source and an unpolluted, prehistoric time”.
What makes the water particularly special is that Sno Iceland Glacier Water comes from the 20,000 year old Eyjafjallajokull Glacier located in Iceland. Instances of anti-depressants, hormones and caffeine routinely showing up drinking water have been highly reported. The majority of Sno Iceland Glacier Water is so old, it has not been anywhere near modern contaminates like Prozac, birth control pills and caffeine; making Sno Iceland Glacier Water the purest water on earth. Further, Sno Iceland Glacier Water has unusually high oxygen content, making it an excellent catalyst for achieving higher fitness levels and for increasing the body’s overall vitality and productivity.
What makes Sno Iceland Glacier Water of particular interest to expectant and new mums is that the water is Nitrate-free. Nitrates are a concern to pregnant woman and to infants as they can cause illness if their saturation exceeds 10 parts per million. Sno Iceland Glacier Water is completely Nitrate-free.
Sno Iceland Glacier Water is responsibly sourced from glacial run-off with minimal impact on the delicate landscape. Sno Iceland Glacier Water strives to minimize its carbon footprint through sustainable transport, recycling and a carbon off-set programme. Further, Sno Iceland Glacier Water loves and supports the Artic fox and is a sponsor of World Wildlife Foundation.
Sno Iceland Glacier Water will initially be sold at Whole Foods on High Street Kensington, Piccadilly, Camden. Expectant mums can pick up their water and familiarise themselves with the Whole Baby Club (free members group that regularly meets at Whole Foods High Street Kensington) and also see a Monkey Music Class with Eloise on Tuesday afternoons – one of the best parts of being a mum in London. You might even get to try a bottle if you pop in on the right day.