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Is carbonated water bad for you?

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No. It appears that it may aid in digestion amongst those suffering from digestive problems. Like all things, carbonated water should be enjoyed in moderation, but given its obviously calorie free properties, it would seem an excellent substitute for sugary soft drinks and acidic cola products. http://www.eurojgh.com/pt/re/ejgh/abstract.00042737-200209000-00010.htm;jsessionid=GKDQLLpm8wkTsZPm8TD50NQgn1Kfs49Pg6jwhTQpmCL1rZ3vtyRR!1888299356!-949856144!8091!-1

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