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
I drink a lot of carbonated water. I heard the "fizzy" in the carbonated waters can deplete bones. Are carbonated water drinks bad for you?
Carbonated water is not bad for your skin. If you are being health conscience, drinking plain water is always the best.
All acids, including carbonated water, are corrosive and hence bad for teeth. Teeth should be brushed relatively soon after consuming carbonated beverages. Intake of carbonated beverages has not been associated with increased bone fracture risk in observational studies, and the net effect of carbonated beverage constituents on the amount of calcium in the body is negligible, leaving carbonated water as harmless as regular water. You should watch out for the sugars and acids that are put into carbonated water when it relates to teeth.
Yes, the acid will damage your teeth.
yes,drinking carbonated water will leech calcium from your bones, and causing osteoprosis
83.5% is Carbonated Water
95.78% carbonated water.
yes its carbonated spring water
92.31% carbonated water
there is no sodium in carbonated water
Water is not carbonated, sparkling water is carbonated.