Noted London Nutritionist Reports 'you can taste the purity' in SNO™

Aug 26, 2013, 09:00 ET from Iceland Glacier Wonders

LONDON, Aug. 26, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- A widely-followed nutritionist, Daniel O'Shaughnessy, reports in his popular blog "The Naked Nutritionist" finding something remarkably different about a new glacier water in town called SNO™.  "You could taste the purity."

"Until recently I was under the impression a bottle of water was just a bottle of water until I tasted SNO. As a nutritionist, I understood the health benefits of SNO containing zero nitrates, but was surprised 'that you can taste the purity.'"

A qualified nutritional therapist and metabolic balance coach, O'Shaughnessy specializes in stress and gastrointestinal health and weight management.  Besides founding The Naked Nutritionist (, he co-founded Bodhimaya ( and holds transformative, educational and rejuvenating retreats in the UK and worldwide.

O'Shaughnessy's findings were also reported in Hello Magazine    ( 

'There's A New Water In Town'

"I understood the importance of drinking filtered water and bottled water, but did not stop to think about the quality of water in bottles until I was introduced to SNO™ Iceland Glacier Water," said O'Shaughnessy.

SNO™ water can be found online at, Tesco, Tesco stores, WholeFoods Market, Harrods department store and 7,000 convenient stores across the UK. Tasting to be held at Harrods and WholeFoods next two weeks! "Taste it once, love it forever," says Paul Kincaid. For more information visit

According to O'Shaughnessy, SNO™ is marketed as the only Nitrate-free water on the market.

"Nitrates are nitrogen-oxygen chemical units that combine with various organic and inorganic compounds. They're normally used in fertilizer, which runs from farmland into underground aquifers, causing increasing nitrate levels in mineral waters coming from underground aquifers. Alternatively, SNO™ comes from an Icelandic glacier atop a mantle of volcanic lava rock where it cannot be contaminated by fertilizer.

"There is evidence high nitrates in infants can be deadly and may cause what's known as Blue Baby Syndrome. Additionally there is evidence nitrates may play a role in Gastro-esophageal reflux disease (GERD) so any client who comes to see me for reflux in clinic, amongst other recommendations, I recommend a nitrate-free diet including water.

"While impossible to avoid, it's possible to limit nitrate. High nitrate foods can be either vegetables or meats, including beets, carrots, green beans, spinach, collard greens, hot dogs, cured ham, bacon, bologna, and salami. By choosing a nitrate-free water and organic unprocessed foods, you can limit nitrate intake."

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