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Posted 15 April 2016 - 06:36 PM
Anyone else remember New York Seltzer from the 80s? That shit was sooooo frickin tasty!
Apparently they're bringing it back
I remember Zeltzer Seltzer, not sure if I've had New York Seltzer. I'll give it a try if I see it.
I like seltzer but I'm more into iced tea for my non-caloric drinking enjoyment.
Posted 15 April 2016 - 09:33 PM
Even without the sugar, carbonation is bad for your teeth.
That's kind of a misleading statement. It's like saying sunlight is bad for your skin. It's an overblown generalization. Carbonic acid can break down the calcium in your teeth over time, but the pH levels of the acids in sparkling water is really low. It's nowhere near as bad for your teeth as a lot of other things we put in our mouth like soda, or coffee, or food.
Posted 15 April 2016 - 11:20 PM
Posted 15 April 2016 - 11:24 PM
I drink probably about 80% water, 10% tea, 9.99% seltzer, 0.01% other. I usually have soda once or twice during magfest, that's about it. I make up for it by eating hella baked goods (y)
I love seltzer.
When I have C02 for my sodastream the ratio of water to seltzer is about 50/50.
Posted 16 April 2016 - 07:37 AM
Posted 16 April 2016 - 09:34 AM
I usually drink only the non-flavored seltzer/regular carbonated water. The brand I usually get is Vintage, only because they sell pallets of the fat 1L bottles. However, sometimes I'll just get a cheap 2L at the grocery store of the generic brand. I mean, its just carbonated water.
Not enough studies have been done on unflavored/straight carbonated water, but most things I read only put them at 6 pH, where totally neutral, distilled water is obviously 7 pH. Who knows what comes out of taps, depending on where you live and your house water lines. I don't slam seltzer 24/7 but it certainly is much better for you than either regular or diet sodas, all fruit juices and probably coffee too. So, I'm going to keep drinking it. I love carbonation, and I eat plenty of other foods high in calcium, magnesium and phosphorous - cheeses, dry nuts, beans, and dark green vegetables.
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Posted 16 April 2016 - 10:12 AM
I've tried to like La Croix but it and other sparkling water brands but they all just taste extremely bitter to me. My wife did just find a brand that was very mild on the bitterness but was extremely refreshing! I wish I could remember the name of that brand.
All you sparkling water pros, is it a taste that you just get used to the more you drink it or am I just being a total wuss?
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