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For the first time in history, bottled water sales have surpassed soda sales, with water consumption reaching 39.3 gallons in 2016, compared to 38.5 gallons in soda consumption.1 A significant reason for the increase in water consumption is thanks to the surge of sparkling water on the market. In fact, carbonated water sales topped at $797 million in 2015, and are expected to climb to $1.1 billion (with a B!) in 2020.2 More water, less soda—America is finally on the right track! Not so fast. Turns out, sparkling water may be a wolf in sheep’s clothing. The Dangers Bubbling Under […]
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Tags: sparkling water; mineral water; club soda; seltzer; GERD; oral health; obesity; weight gain; ghrelin; hunger; acid reflux; bloating; gas; carbonation; carbonated; water; acidic; teeth; pH; enamel
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