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Pam Wenzel is the author of Spa Water, A Guide to Creating World Class Spa Water at Home.
Pam’s passion for spa water began a few years ago on a weekend golf trip to the beautiful Hyatt Tamaya in Albuquerque, New Mexico. It was there,after observing her husband’s frequent trips to the elegant beverage server in the guest lobby, that she realized spa water could not only be the perfect solution to the ever-present challenge of providing her family with a healthier hydration choice.
Through her research associated with the writing of Spa Water, Pam became increasingly aware of the abundant health benefits associated with proper hydration. After much investigation, she discovered how her own limited water consumption, which began as she became “tethered” to her desk when she entered the work force, could have been a significant contributor to her breast cancer diagnosis at age 27.
After reading an alarming study (she coined, “Dehydration Nation”), Pam discovered that about 75% of Americans are chronically dehydrated and that this avoidable condition could be a major contributor for up to 90% of chronic diseases. It was this information that prompted Pam to help make a change by inspiring America and beyond to establish a healthy hydration ritual - one sip at-a-time.
Since introducing her Spa Water Collection in 2010, Pam has established a personal mission to educate others on the many key benefits of consistent water consumption. Via her speaking, travels, (like the one she shares below) and Spa Water products, Pam has made it her main goal to encourage others to adopt and maintain a healthy hydration ritual and overcome poor drinking habits and soda/sugary beverage addictions.
In 2012, Pam had launched the first 90 Day Water Challenge, which is now an annual event.