4 myths about the mineral water in which you should STOP believing!

The mineral water is an ingredient that provokes contradictory opinions. Some think that it’s healthy, while the others think that the bubbling water is not as healthy as the regular water.

Some researches have busted the 4 greatest myths about the mineral water – find out here what’s the real truth.

Myth #1: The mineral water doesn’t hydrate as the regular water

It was considered that the carbon dioxide contained in the mineral water prevents the body to absorb the humidity out of the mineral water, but the research shown that it’s not true. Moreover, one study has concluded that the mineral water bolstered the exercises equally as the regular water.

Myth #2: The mineral water is bad for your teeth and bones

The carbon acid, that appears when the mineral water and the carbon dioxide unite, could harm the dental cyclins, but to make this happen, you should drink enormous amounts of mineral water a day (1,5 gallons). Besides, the study that examined the connection between the bubbling beverages and the reduction of bone density in woman, gave all the mineral water types a green light.

Myth #3: The mineral water is not a good helper for losing weight as the regular water

The mineral water could cause a temporary flatulence, and for long runs, it could act positively on your figure. The researches have shown that the mineral water could even efficiently create the feeling of satiety than the regular water, especially if you drink it on an empty stomach, which means that it is an excellent helper if you want to lose weight. Just try to avoid the mineral water which has sweeteners that could increase your wish for sweets.

Myth #4: The mineral water causes heartburn

The mineral won’t cause a heartburn, but it could accelerate an already existing heartburn, wherefore it is better to avoid it, or drink only regular water, especially during a meal. The mineral water isn’t good for heartburn because the bubbles are relaxing the bottom of the esophagus, so it is easier to the gastric acid to get back to the esophagus and cause a heartburn.