Smorgasbord Health Column – Acidity in mineral water and tooth enamel erosion – Update by Sally Cronin

A really interesting post on the acidity of mineral water and the effects on tooth enamel… a good read πŸ™‚

Smorgasbord Blog Magazine

Last year I posted on the risk to your teeth enamel by drinking mineral water that is too acidic, and I have now found another interesting post that takes this assertion further, to include a risk to the entire body.

Here is that post with the addition of an extract from the article which you will find interesting and will persuade you to review your intakes of mineral water vs. filtered tap water.

I rarely have any fizzy drinks and I am pretty careful about fruit juices too and I decided to explore my acid erosion a little further. I tend to drink bottled water and filtered tap water in tea and coffee, and since the majority of the fluid I drink is water, I decided to check out the pH value which determines if a substance is acidic or alkaline.

What is pH balance?

Health and energy and long…

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