Carbonated water seltzer and teeth

For all the unhealthy issues thrown at the soda industry and USA consumption, now seltzer may be considered a variable promoting tooth enamel erosion.

Seltzer is water that goes through a triple filtration process and then adds carbonation for those bubbles. Like water, 0 calories and 0 sugars or non-sugars. That’s what makes it seltzer or carbonated water.

Doctors and nutritionists will then discuss research claims that seltzer upsets calcium absorption, destroys tooth enamel, and contributes to weight gain.

While soda manufacturers do manufacture and sell seltzer, some are behind the small, ineffective studies that might claim that seltzer is healthy or unhealthy for this, that, and those. In one study, comparing seltzer against water consumption for a 15 day period. Those who drank carbonated water had significant improvements in digestive symptoms, constipation and gallbladder emptying, Carbonated water has benefits for digestion. It may improve swallowing, increase feelings of fullness and reduce constipation.

What revelations! For over 100 years, seltzer has been used as a health-promoting media (along with Aspirin) in Bromo Seltzer and Alka Seltzer.

Now HESCA (Health Smart Choice Advocates) concludes (October 2017) that, “Based on a number of different research studies on different kinds of water, seltzer water does have a variety of different great benefits that people should take advantage of.”

The core idea is hydration is a health necessity. Water accounts for 60 percent of your body and feeds each cell throughout your physiological system. It helps improve cardiovascular health, hypertension, and more. Water is an active agent:

1) Increases Energy & Relieves Fatigue
2) Promotes Weight Loss
3) Flushes Out Toxins
4) Improves Skin Complexion
5) Maintains Regularity
6) Boosts Immune System
7) Natural Headache Remedy
8) Prevents Cramps & Sprains

The only thing I can state is that uncarbonated water is in the state that your body uses. Carbonated water has to go through a digestive process. Either will hydrate. Generally, that process filters out the carbolic acid and carbon to convert it to water.

Perhaps the error from most is that any liquid is a substitute for water. That’s the water in coffee, milk, or juice. That really isn’t the case. That is why water and seltzer are necessary for promoting health. Something to sing about!

When it comes to fake research, the media will jump on any tiny study. Then rumors spread. Whether still or carbonated, seltzer and water are almost clones. Still water moves more rapidly when you are dehydrated.

If your active, still water is a better thirst quencher than seltzer. When you aren’t, seltzer is a great alternate beverage.

As far as eroding tooth enamel, there are many foods and drinks that may do that. Try cans of Pepsi or Coke – with either sugar or sucralose. Sucralose has chlorine in its formula.