Carbonated water is something that most people consume daily. In any case it is better to drink water rather than carbonated soft drinks because they contain artificial sweeteners and colors. But there are many truths and misconceptions about this water, so we no longer know what to believe. The following myths are obtained as results of research:
MYTH: The bubbles are not hydrated
According to some scientific research, bubbles of mineral water do not stop the hydration of our bodies. Even one study found that after intense training , carbonated water replenish us and give back our straighten even better than non-carbonated water.
MYTH : Bad for teeth and bones
Carbonated water can destroy tooth enamel, but only if consumed in large quantities.
Myth: Making us fatter
The truth is that all bubbles cause bloating, but this is temporary and even good in a long-term scenario. Scientists found that carbonated water may be more protected from the ordinary, especially on an empty stomach. The more we feel full, the less we nibble something . However, avoid carbonated flavored water and sweeteners.
MYTH: Causes heartburn
If you’re prone to heartburn you should avoid foods that cause you heartburn, not mineral water. But if you suffer from stomach acid, the bubbles may worsen the situation.