You can stay hydrated by drinking pure, simple carbonated water, especially if you have trouble getting enough plain water throughout the day.There is no scientific proof that carbonated water is unhealthy. There is no scientific proof that carbonated water is unhealthy.
Drinking carbonated water seems more fun than drinking plain water because of the fizz. Added tastes have the same effect.
Due to the CO2 retained in the water, drinking carbonated water causes you to swallow more air than you would ordinarily do when eating or drinking anything else. "Those bubbles may cause bloating, which can be uncomfortable."
Despite having no calories, some research suggest that carbonated water, whether it contains artificial sweeteners or not, may cause weight gain and a higher body mass index. How so? One example is that "artificial sweeteners can have serious health side effects and have a negative impact on blood sugar levels and digestive health"
Zero-calorie diet soda is just carbonated water that has been colored and sweetened artificially. Since decades, it has been substituted by millions of dieters for sugar-sweetened beverages, and certain studies have demonstrated its effectiveness in lowering body weight.
Unsweetened carbonated water can cause cavities, but not in the same way as drinking a lot of soda will.Compared to typical still water, carbonated water may have a lower pH, and over time, this lower pH can destroy dental enamel.
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Drinking plain or carbonated water while the summer sun is pounding down and you're perspiring will help you to replenish your fluid levels. But choose the bubbly stuff if you want to stay awake and prevent heat-related tiredness.