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8 things you didn't know you could make with sparkling water

 Not all sparkling water is made equal. Some water is naturally sparkling, and other waters have bubbles added to them using carbon dioxide.

Carbon dioxide, when added to water transforms into carbonic acid, which is why most sparkling water has a relatively acidic pH. Some sparkling water is also rich in minerals such as calcium and magnesium, making them great options for people lacking in these nutrients. Sparkling water is also great to drink with or after a meal because many people claim it helps facilitate digestion…not to mention that it’s extremely refreshing and thirst quenching, without the added calories of a soda or fruit juice!

But did you know that you can do so much more with sparkling water than just drink it?

Read on to find out 8 unbelievable things that you didn’t know you could do with sparkling water!

8 things you didn't know you could make with sparkling water

 Not all sparkling water is made equal. Some water is naturally sparkling, and other waters have bubbles added to them using carbon dioxide.

Carbon dioxide, when added to water transforms into carbonic acid, which is why most sparkling water has a relatively acidic pH. Some sparkling water is also rich in minerals such as calcium and magnesium, making them great options for people lacking in these nutrients. Sparkling water is also great to drink with or after a meal because many people claim it helps facilitate digestion…not to mention that it’s extremely refreshing and thirst quenching, without the added calories of a soda or fruit juice!

But did you know that you can do so much more with sparkling water than just drink it?

Read on to find out 8 unbelievable things that you didn’t know you could do with sparkling water!


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