Getting Fizzy with It

Hydrating well with water is always a good idea, and delightful effervescence can turn ordinary water into a more interesting beverage, making it more palatable to those who steer clear of plain H2O. But have you ever wondered about the difference between club soda, seltzer, and sparkling water? They do differ, but the great news is that they are all good choices to hydrate with. All three varieties have zero calories and the difference in mineral and sodium content is so minimal it won’t impact your health.

Getting Fizzy with ItCLUB SODA

Artificially carbonated with pressurized carbon dioxide. Typically has a few ingredients, such as sodium chloride, potassium sulfate, or disodium phosphate, added to give it a subtly salty or mineral taste.


Artificially carbonated, however, no additional mineral ingredients. This makes it taste more like water, making it a good choice for flavoring with cut-up pieces of fruit. Such as lemon, lime, cucumber, or strawberries, for example.


Natural carbonated and mineralized thanks to the bubbles that result from the spring or well it’s drawn from. Taste will vary from brand to brand depending on where it’s sourced. .

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