Notice How Much Larger the Drinks Aisles at the Groceries Have Become
There are so many varieties of organic sparkling waters; it would take months to try them all in order to find a favorite. If you are a habitual drinker of colas of some type and can drink a 12 pack in a week, it is time that you realize that many researchers believe that this is not good for your health mainly due to artificial sweeteners. In fact, many doctors strongly suggest that artificial sweetening should not be part of your life.
If you have been to the grocery store lately, you might have taken a walk on the aisles that have all the drinks such as colas and others. If you have, you will be surprised to see how many have been added just recently – I did this and was quite surprised.
At home soda machines
For many years, carbonated water could only be made rarely at home, with an at-home soda machine. This was great for at-home, and there were other ways to pressurize carbon dioxide into water. Now there are less expensive and easier methods for making this water. Soda “machines” are accessible almost anywhere and can turn regular tap water into sparkling water in only seconds – but the cost of bottled sparkling water often prices wise similar to or far less than regular bottled water, so few people have continued to make their own sparkling water. It is found already bottled or in cans and that is why the aisles for drinks at the grocery store have grown.
Sparkling water is the common name of these carbonated waters, but in this classification, there are smaller categories. For example, tonic water often has sugar added to it, while soda water or club soda could have salt or other compounds (such as potassium bicarbonate); together with additives or artificial sweeteners which most people are trying to get away from, while seltzer water is pure and tends to be made merely carbon. Besides these small changes that affect calories and taste, they are basically about the same. And they are still healthier than bottles or cans of soda or beer.