Medical Mythbuster: Is Sparkling Water as Hydrating as Regular Water?

Yes indeed, sparkling water is just as hydrating as regular water. In fact, the CDC actually recommends sparkling water as an excellent alternative to sugary drinks and a good way to reduce your risk of obesity. So, feel free to drink as much sparkling water as you want after your workout or as a refreshing choice at those holiday parties!

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  1. Posted by Deb

    Someone told me that carbonation reduces bone density. Not sure if this is true.

    December 16, 2018 7:55 am Reply
    • Posted by Reliant Medical Group

      According to scientists, there is no evidence that carbonated water reduces bone density.

      December 17, 2018 10:14 am Reply

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