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Why drinking unflavored sparkling water has such an aggressive effect on teeth?

If it is just sparkling water, not other acids –aka flavours– added, then it is not that bad for your teeth. It all depends on how acidic, how low the pH level for the actual drink is and for how ...
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Why drinking unflavored sparkling water has such an aggressive effect on teeth?

From "Modern Food Microbiology" by James M. Jay, Martin J. Loessner and David A. Golde: The pH of non-carbonated water should be around neutrality, whereas that of carbonated water is typically ...
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