Are Carbonated Beverages Harming Your Health?
Looking for a healthier alternative to sugary sodas or energy drinks loaded with caffeine and chemicals? Many people turn to effervescent sparkling water to quench their thirst, but can the carbonation in these “guilt-free” bubbly waters be unhealthy? Carbonated water — also known as sparkling water, seltzer water, bubbly water or fizzy water — is plain water in which carbon dioxide has been dissolved, creating tiny bubbles. Carbonated water can occur naturally or it can be created artificially with carbon dioxide cartridges or tanks. The process of infusing water with carbon dioxide doesn’t add sugar, sodium, calories or caffeine. Click Here to read the full article on Scripps.org.
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