3 benefits of sparkling water

Updated: Oct 9

We all know the benefits of drinking water every day – from increasing your energy and reducing tiredness, flushing out the toxins, improving your skin, to evening helping you to lose weight!


But sometimes it important to mix it up a little in the hydration stakes. Sparkling water, also known as carbonated water, is fast becoming a go-to staple for office and at home consumption, to not only keep up with water intake but also experience some bubbles along the way.


Eliqua, the leaders in superior drinking water solutions, shares their top reasons why sparkling water is garnering a huge following, especially at the office, where conversations around the water cooler have often been quite bubbly!





As the name suggests, carbonated water is water that has been infused with carbon dioxide gas under pressure. It is incredibly refreshing and also ticks the boxes when it comes keeping you well hydrated and energized.



Calorie free fizzy drink

With carbonated water, you get to enjoy the fizz in your drink, but without the calories you find in sugary soft drinks. The sugar in soft drinks not only break down tooth enamel but are bursting with empty calories.


With Eliqua, the carbonated water option has redefined how water should be offered at work. The joy of accessing sparkling water during a busy workday is becoming the new norm.



Good for your health

Carbonated water is also great for our digestion and improves swallowing ability as it is able to stimulate the nerves responsible for swallowing. It is also far more superior for your dental health than traditional sugary soft drinks as it is 100 times less damaging to your tooth enamel than soft drinks.


For Eliqua clients, carbonated water is also simply a guilt-free pleasure they hope to enjoy soon when office life rolls back in soon.



Phosphorus free

Unlike soft drinks which boasts phosphorus as a primary ingredient, carbonated water which is phosphorus free, may improve your bone health. The phosphorus in soft drinks may be linked to reducing bone density.


While we all enjoy the health benefits around drinking carbonated water, the simple pleasure in keeping hydrated with a healthy fizzy drink sits well with many Eliqua clients.




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