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today we’re going to answer the question is carbonated water actually better or healthier for you than non carbonated water well to an extensive search I could find no evidence no studies if it’s better or worse all I know is that when I consumed carbonated water my digestion is better it could be because carbonic acid could buffer the pH in a certain way it could be because it’s a weak acid and it acidifies the digestive system and if you make something more acid you’re gonna absorb more minerals you’re gonna digest a little better with the protein but there’s not really any objective proof other than people just saying I like carbonated water better if we take a look at bottled water as a pH of 7 that’s just neutral Perrier has a ph of 5.5 to 5.8 so when you go below 7 things are more acidic and if you go from a 7 to a 6 just by one whole number six is ten times more acid than 7 so 5.5 to 5.8 is acidic but let’s take a look at coca-cola which has a pH of 2.5 very acidic if you think about stomach acid that’s one two three it’s very very acidic and battery acid is 1.0 extremely acidic and because the stomach has the lowest pH of any part of the body carbonic acid being a weak acid might be better than just regular bottled water for certain people it really depends on what’s going on with your body and what you like now there’s a little confusion on the different types of carbonated water like seltzer water okay versus Club versus tonic so seltzer water nowadays is carbonated and it has no minerals okay there are certain types of water that’s naturally carbonated that have minerals but the current seltzer water is artificially carbonated and has no minerals club soda has certain minerals not many but a few and is artificially carbonated then you have tonic water which is artificially carbonated but it has quinine now in the year I think it was 1825 there was a British officer taking quinine for malaria and he wanted to make it taste better so we put it in carbonated water added some sugar and added some gin and he was able to cover up the taste of quinine because quinine is very very bitter and apparently that idea stuck it became popular and that’s what was known today as a gin and tonic now I personally like bitter things so if I’m in a plane I will get a tonic without the gin of course but it’s artificially carbonated so I’m sorry for the long video but to answer this question it really depends on your individual preference if you’re liking this content please subscribe now and I will actually keep you updated on future videos
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Today we’re going to answer the question, “is carbonated water healthier than non-carbonated water?”
I could find no evidence that carbonated water is better or worse for you than non-carbonated water. However, when I consume carbonated water, my digestion is better.
It could be because:
• Carbonic acid could buffer the pH
• It acidifies the digestive system
Bottled water pH — 7
Perrier pH — 5.5-5.8
Coca Cola pH — 2.5
Battery acid pH — 1.0
When you go below 7, things are more acidic. Because the stomach has the lowest pH of any part of the body, carbonic acid being a weak acid, might be better than regular water for some people.
Types of carbonated water:
Seltzer water — no minerals, carbonated
Club soda — minerals, carbonated
Tonic water — Quinine, carbonated
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