There are a lot of urban myths associated with mineral sparkling water – of which to draw calcium from the bones to the fact that destroys tooth enamel – but what is the truth?
If you like mineral sparkling water, you’re in luck. There is no reason to stop enjoy drinking this bubbled beverage , writes Time.
For starters , mineral sperkling water is an excellent substitute for carbonated drinks that contain sugar. Also, you do not have to worry about the enamel because its mineral sparkling waters makes negligible damage.
Mineral sparkling water has no negative impact on human bones unlike some carbonated drinks that is found to reduce bone density in women’s hips, according to a study conducted by Harvard Medical School. All experts agree that the mineral sparkling water is harmless as long as you continue to drink milk – the best source of calcium for our bones.