Date: Mon Sep 6 15:45:20 1999
Posted By: Elizabeth Kunkel, Faculty, Food Science and Human Nutrition, Clemson University
Area of science: Medicine
Yes, carbonated water is as effective at hydrating the body as
non-carbonated water. Carbonation is simply the addition of carbon dioxide
to a product and it has no effect on any of the nutritional properties
of that product. Carbonated water is absorbed and metabolized just the
same as regular water.
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